The span of the MaRIUS project is large and covers physical and social science topics including: drought governance; drought options and management; community responses and environmental competency. It includes climatic aspects of drought and the derivation of a synthetic ‘drought event library’; hydrological responses both on a catchment and national scale; effects on water quality including nutrient concentration in rivers and algal concentrations in reservoirs, and effect of land use change; the ramifications on water resources on the Thames catchment and also nationally. It includes the impact of drought and water scarcity on terrestrial and aquatic ecosystems; agriculture and farming; the economy; and on electricity production.
We have grouped our findings into different sections and links. Please choose the relevant section, or use the menu system at the top of the page to find out more:
- A helpful Overview Diagram of the MaRIUS research and its interactions – see below or here
- People and the Environment
- Science and Data
- Publications and reports including our Drought Primer
- Drought Symposia – a review of the three international drought symposia organised by the MaRIUS project in 2014; 2015 and 2016
- Videos and Podcasts – videos from the MaRIUS events, and recordings of researchers describing their work.