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PDF Biological SSSI Guidelines - Chapter 1a Coastlands - Chapter 1a Coastlands (coastal saltmarsh, sand dune, machair, shingle, and maritime cliff and slopes, habitats) 2019 619.3 KB

Guidelines for the Selection of biological SSSIs Part 2: Detailed guidelines for habitats and species groups Chapter 1a Coastlands (coastal saltmarsh, sand dune, machair, shingle, and maritime cliff a...


PDF JNCC Report No. 302: Review of coverage of the National Vegetation Classification - Review of coverage of the National Vegetation Classification 2000 2.1 MB

1 JNCC Report No. 302 Review of coverage of the National Vegetation Classification JS Rodwell, JC Dring, ABG Averis, MCF Proctor, AJC Malloch, JHJ Schaminée, & TCD Dargie July 2000 This report should ...


PDF JNCC Report No. 335: National Vegetation Classification – Ten years’ experience using the woodland section - National Vegetation Classification – Ten years’ experience using the woodland section 2003 1.2 MB

JNCC Report No. 335 National Vegetation Classification – Ten years’ experience using the woodland section A report based on a seminar hosted by JNCC and the Forest Ecology Group of the British Ecologi...


A compilation of proposed additions and revisions to vegetation types in the National Vegetation Classification 2011

This document sets out and summarises information about proposed additions and revisions to the National Vegetation Classification, in terms of the communities, sub-communities and variants covered by...


PDF Impacts of additional aerial inputs of nitrogen to salt marsh and transitional habitats - Impacts of additional aerial inputs of nitrogen to salt marsh and transitional habitats (CCW Science Report No. 995) 2012 246.6 KB

IMPACTS OF ADDITIONAL AERIAL INPUTS OF NITROGEN TO SALT MARSH AND TRANSITIONAL HABITATS L.A. Boorman and J. Hazelden Science Report No. 995 © CCGC/CCW 2012 You may reproduce this document free of char...




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