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Change in the British Flora, 1987-2004

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By: ME Braithwaite, RW Ellis and CD Preston
382 pages, Col photos, dist maps
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The Local Change report details the results of the Botanical Society of the British Isles' 1987-1988 Monitoring Scheme survey and its repeat in 2003-2004 as part of Local Change.

Botanists have been saying for years that familiar wildflowers are disappearing from our hedgerows and open spaces and that unfamiliar ones are arriving. By comparing the results of two surveys at 2km x 2km scale, BSBI is now able to report on the changes in more detail than ever before. As well as giving maps and accompanying text for individual species, there is also treatment of groups to give an indication of general trends.

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By: ME Braithwaite, RW Ellis and CD Preston
382 pages, Col photos, dist maps
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