All the projects we are working on are listed below.
iCASP projects address a pressing catchment management need by using existing environmental science. They are developed to:
- Translate existing data, models, knowledge and/or expertise into tools, solutions and approaches;
- Embed new knowledge in catchment management organisations through people exchange;
- Advance academic outputs into commercially viable products or services.
Providing tailored modelling and monitoring support for Yorkshire NFM pilots
Reviewing the evidence on agricultural interventions for improving soil health
Testing the feasibility of converting the latest advances in probabilistic rainfall forecasting into real-time forecasts and warnings
Developing a better understanding of how to make a Green-blue infrastructure business case
Using modeling to prioritise NFM interventions in Calderdale and understand the role of existing features
Developing a policy brief to support Leeds City Council in setting a water efficiency standard for new homes
Designing and delivering a workshop to generate a policy brief on integrated nitrogen management
Integrating natural flood management measures into payment for outcomes schemes in the Yorkshire Dales
Developing resources and strategies to slow the spread of aquatic INNS through river catchments in Yorkshire.
Improving understanding of the impacts of flooding on small and medium sized enterprises (SMEs)
Combining data from the LWW partnership organisations to increase operational preparedness
Applying newly developed spatial analysis method to support integrated urban infrastructure management
Delivering engagement tools to promote resilient behaviours in communities vulnerable to flooding
Integrating Environmental Data into the (SHAPE) GIS tool to promote climate resilient decision-making
Transforming data collection for evidence-based peatland policy and practice by identifying and selecting core sets of outcome measures
Developing evidence-based good practice for Integrated Nitrogen Management on Yorkshire Farms
Reviewing the literature to identify existing methods for capturing macro plastics for a proposed future project
Support the delivery of NFM by producing accessible and helpful industry guidance in the UK.
Developing more effective agri-environmental public goods mechanisms and contracts
Improving property flood resilience across Yorkshire through awareness raising and public engagement
Provision of advice and guidance as part of the Test and Trials phase of ELMS
Provision of evidence from other iCASP projects to support the NHLF-funded Ryevitalise project
Providing evidence from NFM and payment for outcomes projects to support a NHLF bid for the River Skell
Reviewing and informing the direction of the North York Moors peat pilot