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In the meantime, two more ground-breaking achievements were made. The first UK report on the state of river habitats was published in 1998, based on the 1994-96 baseline survey, plus additional surveys carried out on the Isle of Man. contained a foreword signed by the Environment Ministers from England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland (Raven ., 1998). It had taken 6 years from initial inception of the method to the first national report of its kind in the UK, indeed anywhere in the world. Second, , was launched in 2000 after two years of development. It was a slimmed down version of the RHS database with lessons and vocabulary tailor-made for geography pupils and teachers (Hawley ., 2002). It is still being used today, having withstood the test of time.