Increasing the Resilience of the UK’s Special Protection Areas to Climate Change (NECR202)

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This study sought to increase our understanding of how we can make Special Protection Areas more resilient to climate change. It looked at a number of case studies to identify how the management of these sites could support climate change resilience and discussed with site managers and other interested parties the practicalities of changing current management approaches to make sites more resilient where applicable. The case studies were:

  • The South Pennines
  • Minsmere-Walberswick
  • North Norfolk/Great Yarmouth
  • Somerset Levels and Moors

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NECR202 edition 1 - Increasing the resilience of SPAs to climate change overview, PDF, 558.4 KB 2016/11/17
NECR202a edition 1 - Increasing the resilience of SPAs to climate change Minsmere-Walberswick, PDF, 906.1 KB 2016/11/17
NECR202b edition 1 Increasing the resilience of SPAs to climate change Norfolk, PDF, 922.3 KB 2016/11/17
NECR202c edition 1 - Increasing the resilience of SPAs to climate change Peak District and Pennine, PDF, 765.5 KB 2016/11/17
NECR202d edition 1 - Increasing the resilience of SPAs to climate change Somerset, PDF, 794.4 KB 2016/11/17
NECR202e edition 1 - Increasing the Resilience of SPAs to Climate Change management, PDF, 787.4 KB 2016/11/17

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