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XLSX Biological SSSI Guidelines - Chapter 13 - Lichens and associated microfungi - Appendix 2 Lichen species list 2018 162.6 KB

#### 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...


Decision-making guidance for managing Phytophthora infections in Vaccinium myrtillus populations 2016

The framework in this report sets out guidance to help in decision making on whether to manage Phytophthora infections in Vaccinium myrtillus. However, every site infected by Phytophthora will have di...


Common Standards Monitoring Guidance for Woodland Habitats 2004

This guidance deals with Common Standards Monitoring (CSM) for all woodland habitats, in both 'lowland' and 'upland' situations, on designated sites, including SSSIs, ASSIs and Special Areas of Conser...


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...


PDF Biological SSSI Guidelines - Chapter 14 Non-lichenised fungi - Guidelines for selection of biological SSSIs: Chapter 14 Non-lichenised fungi 2018 768.7 KB

1 Guidelines for the Selection of Biological SSSIs Part 2: Detailed Guidelines for Habitats and Species Groups Chapter 14 Non-lichenised fungi Authors Sam Bosanquet, Martyn Ainsworth, Sean Cooch, Davi...


SSSI Guidelines - Chapter 14 - Non-lichenised fungi 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...


SSSI Guidelines - Chapter 2a - Woodlands, Wood Pasture and Parkland, and Veteran Trees 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...


PDF JNCC Report No. 483: The potential ecological impact of ash dieback in the UK - The potential ecological impact of ash dieback in the UK 2014 5.4 MB

JNCC Report No. 483 The potential ecological impact of ash dieback in the UK Mitchell, R.J., Bailey, S., Beaton, J.K., Bellamy, P.E., Brooker, R.W., Broome, A., Chetcuti, J., Eaton, S., Ellis, C.J., F...


A summary of the impacts of ash dieback on UK biodiversity, including the potential for long-term monitoring and further research on management scenarios 2014

The future of the ash tree in the UK is currently threatened by an emerging invasive fungal disease, *Hymenoscyphus pseudoalbidus*, commonly called ‘ash dieback’ or ‘Chalara’ (Pautasso *et al* 2013)....


PDF JNCC Report No. 272: An Analysis of National Vegetation Classification Survey Data - An Analysis of National Vegetation Classification Survey Data 1997 296.7 KB

JNCC Report No. 272 An Analysis of National Vegetation Classification Survey Data Jeanette Hall Woodland Liaison Officer Woodlands Lead Conservation Network (Based in Lowlands Team, Northminster House...




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