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Water extraction, for drinking water, farming and industry, has led to a reduction in river flow impacting wildlife and concentrating the pollutants present in the remaining river water. Anthony David Mills (2001). Oxford Dictionary of London Place Names. Oxford University Press. p.133. ISBN 0-19-280106-6.
The spelling Lea predominates west (upstream) of Hertford, but both spellings ( Lea and Lee) are used from Hertford to the River Thames. The Lee Navigation was established by Acts of Parliament and only that spelling is used in this context. The Lee Valley Regional Park Authority also uses this spelling for leisure facilities. However, the spelling Lea is used for road names, locations and other infrastructure in the capital, such as Leamouth, Lea Bridge, the Lea Valley Walk and the Lea Valley lines (railway). This spelling is also used in geology, archaeology, etc. to refer to the Lea Valley. UK Urban Exploration Forums, River Lea through Luton, photos of the underground culvert in March 2009 The river's significance as a major east–west barrier and boundary has tended to obscure its importance as north–south trade route. Below Hertford the river has since medieval times had alterations made to make it more navigable for boats between the Thames and eastern Hertfordshire and Essex, known as the Lee Navigation. This stimulated much industry along its banks. The navigable River Stort, the main tributary, joins it at Hoddesdon.In 2014, German writer Esther Kinsky published a novel, Am Fluß, now available in English as River, translated by Iain Galbraith,  based around her walks along the lower Lea from the marina at Horseshoe Point to the river's mouth where it joins the Thames. The river is the major component in a number of place-names, including Leagrave, the suburb of Luton where the source of the river is located, and of Luton and Leyton: both mean "farmstead on the River Lea".  Spelling [ edit ]
Leagrave, Luton, Harpenden, Hatfield, Hertford, Ware, Hoddesdon, Broxbourne, Waltham Abbey, Enfield Town, Edmonton, Tottenham, Clapton, Stratford, Bow, Canning Town El río nace en las faldas del Monte Oiz, muy cerca del Colegiata de Zenarruza. El río pasa por Puebla de Bolívar, Munitibar, Aulestia y Mendeja. Por esta zona se dice que es un vivero de Salmones debido a sus mareas. The Builder map of the county of London - Norman B. Leventhal Map & Education Center". collections.leventhalmap.org . Retrieved 26 September 2021.
Lea Bridge, the second bridge over the lower Lea was built after 1757, to replace the pre-existing ferry.  It connected Clapton to the west, and Leyton and Walthamstow to the east. The Iron Bridge carrying the Barking Road over the river to Canning Town was built in 1810. There are significantly more crossings over the more central Lower Lea, than there are over the Middle Lea.  Trade and industry [ edit ] Its coordinates are 43°10'0" N and 7°33'0" W in DMS (Degrees Minutes Seconds) or 43.1667 and -7.55 (in decimal degrees). Its UTM position is PH18 and its Joint Operation Graphics reference is NK29-03.