|The RiverWiki is an interactive database for sharing river restoration knowledge. It was one of the key outputs from the EU LIFE+ RESTORE project. The River Restoration Centre (RRC) manages the content of the RiverWiki on behalf of the European Centre for River Restoration (ECRR), with the aim to facilitate a shared resource from which we can all learn and develop our skills. Anyone can view the RiverWiki and registered users can upload their projects with information such as objectives, techniques, costs, ecosystem benefits, monitoring results and outcomes. Our anticipation is that the RiverWiki will be populated with project from around the world. When you add a UK project to the RiverWiki it will be posted onto the UK Projects Map by a member of RRC staff.||
Go to the RiverWiki
To enter a new case study on the RiverWiki, use the 'create case study' form on the left hand menu on the main page. You must be logged in and have confirmed your email address to be able to create or edit case studies.
Once a case study has been added it needs to be approved. To ensure good quality and consistency the RRC has agreed to only approve case studies when a set list of minimum fields have been filled in. To have your case study approved you will need to complete the following fields: