Daer Water (Scots: daer; IPA: [døːɾ] and IPA: [deːɾ], northern Scotland IPA: [diːɾ], "doer", "factor", "agent") is one of the streams located in the watershed region which surrounds the River Clyde in Scotland. It begins in the Lowther Hills about 600 metres (2,000 ft) above sea level and joins with Portrail Water near the Scottish town of Elvanfoot at which point they become the River Clyde. The Daer Water flows through the Daer Reservoir which supplies water to the nearby towns of Lanarkshire.
- Michael Pollard (24 October 2002). Great Rivers of Britain: The Clyde, Mersey, Severn, Tees, Thames, Trent. Evans Brothers. p. 9. ISBN 978-0-237-52481-4.
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