A new report has been published by CREW on Establishing the potential influence of beaver activity on the functioning of rivers and streams and water resource management in Scotland. The research was carried out by the University of Aberdeen and the James Hutton Institute. The report provides an evidence review of the role of beavers in modifying physical processes, and the potential benefits they may bring for Scottish rivers, streams and water resources. It collated evidence from 120 studies of beaver populations worldwide, as part of a large-scale review of their effects on streams and rivers. The report is accessible via the link below.