Ash dieback: long-term monitoring of impacts on biodiversity 2014
Terrestrial JNCC Publications Pressures UK Biodiversity 0963-8091 Evidence Habitats JNCC report series Monitoring Species Surveillance and Monitoring UK UK Species Woodland 484 Biodiversity
The overall objective of this study was to scope-out the options for a long-term monitoring strategy of the impacts of ash dieback on biodiversity in the UK.
This objective was addressed using a 3-day facilitated workshop at CEH Wallingford, bringing together expertise from CEH, various NGOs and the statutory agencies. The report was compiled using information from the pre-workshop consultations, outputs from the workshop, and information (and other documents) gathered by the questionnaires and related informal information requests/discussions.
The main questions addressed were:
(1) What are the monitoring needs for ash die-back?
(2) How suitable are existing surveys?
(3) How does current monitoring need to be enhanced or extended?
Resource type Publication
Topic category Environment
Reference date 2014·01·01
Hinsley, S.A. & Pocock, M.J.O. 2014. Ash dieback: long-term monitoring of impacts on biodiversity, JNCC Report No. 484. JNCC, Peterborough, ISSN 0963-8091.
This study scoped out the options for a long-term monitoring strategy of the impacts of ash dieback on biodiversity in the UK.
Communications, JNCC publisher
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Metadata date 2019·11·01
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