Rivers Cherwell and Lea

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Title

Rivers Cherwell and Lea

Subject

Rivers

Description

The Thames was supplied by several smaller rivers, such as the Cherwell and the Lea. This means every city on the river was affected by the pollution of the city that came before it on the stream, and every tributary carried the water of other cities into the larger river. Therefore, the water of the Thames when it reached London had been polluted by all the cities through which the Cherwell and the Lea passed as well.

Creator

Frances Thielman

Source

Wohl, Anthony.  Endangered Lives.  Cambridge, MA: Harvard UP, 1983.  Print.

Citation

Frances Thielman, “Rivers Cherwell and Lea,” Appalachian State University, accessed March 1, 2024, https://omeka-dev.library.appstate.edu/items/show/16.

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