United Kingdom: Working to reverse peat erosion

BBC: In the process of scaling the Lake District fells and Pennines the air cools and clouds are forced to shed much of their load of water before they get to us. Seathwaite in Cumbria is the wettest inhabited place in our region with average annual rain fall of 3300mm. That's six times that of the region's driest place, our very own Whitby, where we expect just 560mm each year. Perhaps we don't have too much to complain about after all! Protective peat bogs We ......

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