3 edition of Saltmarsh survey of Great Britain found in the catalog.
Saltmarsh survey of Great Britain
|Statement||compiled by Kevin Charman, Wanda Fojt, and Shirley Penny.|
|Series||Research and survey in nature conservation series,, no. 3|
|Contributions||Fojt, Wanda., Penny, Shirley.|
|LC Classifications||Z5322.W47 C48 1986, QH541.5.S24 C48 1986|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 v. (unpaged) ;|
|LC Control Number||88190504|
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It contains a wealth of information about its subject matter, focusing on the wildlife, history, development and past and future conservation of 3/5(2). The book presents several workers' research, who have, over seven years, located and mapped all the saltmarsh sites in the UK using a vegetation classification system specifically designed for this project.
Results are presented as a main report, regional supplements and county reports. The survey does not attempt to make value judgements on individual sites, but does allow an informed Cited by: 1.
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Find all the books, read about the author, and more. See search results for Author: Kevin Charman. We report the results of two surveys of the same sample of 77 saltmarsh sites around the coast of Great Britain, conducted in and to estimate breeding abundance and the conservation.
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Biography. Keith Kirby was for over 30 years a woodland ecologist with Natural England and its predecessors and has a wealth of experience from different surveys across Britain. Jeanette Hall now has a similar role in Scottish Natural Heritage and adds an upland perspective to the mix.
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