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PDF National Vegetation Classification - field guide to mires and heaths 2002 537.8 KB

NATIONAL VEGETATION CLASSIFICATION field guide to mires and heaths National Vegetation Classification: Field guide to mires and heaths Cover photograph: Studland Heath National Nature Reserve, Dorset....


PDF JNCC Report No. 674: Copernicus User Uptake Work Package 6: Support for Applications – Monitoring change in peatland condition using analysis-ready Sentinel data - Copernicus User Uptake Work Package 6: Support for Applications – Monitoring change in peatland condition using analysis-ready Sentinel data 2021 5.6 MB

JNCC Report No. 674 Copernicus User Uptake Work Package 6: Support for Applications Monitoring change in peatland condition using analysis-ready Sentinel data Trippier, B., Robinson, P., Day, J., Fren...


SSSI Guidelines - Chapter 4 - Lowland Heathland 2018

#### Guidelines for the Selection of biological SSSIs#### Part 2: Detailed guidelines for habitats and species groupsThe statutory nature conservation agencies have a duty under the Wildlife and Count...


National Vegetation Classification field guide to mires and heaths 2002

This volume gives a detailed account of 38 mire communities and 22 heath communities in the UK, providing information on their composition, structure and distribution.The summary descriptions provided...


PDF JNCC Report No. 445: Towards an assessment of the state of UK Peatlands - Towards an assessment of the state of UK peatlands 2011 2.3 MB

JNCC Report No. 445 Towards an assessment of the state of UK Peatlands JNCC April 2011 © JNCC, Peterborough 2011 ISSN 0963 8901 For further information please contact: Patricia Bruneau (Soil LCN) / Sa...


An Illustrated Guide to British Upland Vegetation 2004

Upland Great Britain encompasses a tremendous variety of habitats and vegetation types, including heaths, bogs, grasslands, woods, scrub, cliffs, screes, snow-beds and high rocky summits. The plant sp...


Copernicus User Uptake Work Package 6: Support for Applications – Monitoring change in peatland condition using analysis-ready Sentinel data 2021

Peatlands are a UK Priority Habitat and are important for supporting endangered and threatened species, regulating greenhouse gases, and mitigating flood risk. Over 80% of UK peatlands are in a degrad...




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