This report investigates the links between biodiversity and geology. Some work had already been done in looking at how standard geological site management practices can benefit biodiversity and how some priority species may be associated with types of geological outcrop (report produced for English Nature – Geological conservation – benefits for biodiversity ENRR 561). This report takes this a step further, looking specifically at the link between rock type and biodiversity across England and thus how the achievement of biodiversity targets can be assisted through a better understanding of geology.
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|ENRR562 part 1, PDF, 2.5 MB||2011/11/10|
|ENRR562 part 2 RIN, PDF, 85.0 KB||2011/11/10|