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Indices of Ecological Continuity for Woodland Epiphytic Lichen Habitats in the British Isles

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By: AM Coppins and BJ Coppins
36 pages, Tabs, maps
Indices of Ecological Continuity for Woodland Epiphytic Lichen Habitats in the British Isles
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  • Indices of Ecological Continuity for Woodland Epiphytic Lichen Habitats in the British Isles ISBN: 9780954041847 Paperback Dec 2002 Out of Print #138566
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Lichens are increasingly used as indicators of the ancientness of native woodlands, and for the biodiversity and conservation assessment of woodlands. National and regional Indices of Ecological Continuity have been used for such purposes for nearly 30 years, but have never before been brought together in a single publication, and some have existed only in the 'grey literature'. For each Index, this guide provides instruction on their usage and applicability, as well as listings of the lichen species involved.

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Out of Print
By: AM Coppins and BJ Coppins
36 pages, Tabs, maps
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