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UK to invest £38m in flood and drought R&D infrastructure


Network of hydrological measuring equipment to help UK become more resilient to extreme weather events

The national funder UK Research and Innovation has announced a plan to invest £38 million in flood and drought research infrastructure.

A UK-wide network of hydrological measuring equipment and digital technology would help the country to become more resilient to the impact of extreme weather events, which are likely to become more severe due to climate change, UKRI said.

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