Geological conservation benefits for biodiversity (ENRR561)
The aim of this project was to examine how geological conservation techniques have the potential to benefit biodiversity, particularly BAP species. It was envisaged that the findings would be used to inform those involved in managing geological sites or combined geological and biological sites. The study comprised a desk exercise and consultation with practitioners.
This record was published on 30 September 2004.
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