Pells report: Climate trends don’t explain Thirlmere Lakes dry-up

The Pells report, an independent study into the dramatic drying up of the world-heritage listed Thirlmere Lakes, has concluded that climate trends (i.e. drought) do not fully explain the lack of water.

This suggests that other factors, such as the longwall mining under the Lakes, have contributed to loss of water.

Click here to read the full press release.

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