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By: Paul Bright, Pat Morris and Tony Mitchell-Jones
73 pages, Figs, tabs
This considerably expanded second edition of the Dormouse Conservation Handbook draws together much information on the species that has been gathered since the first edition was published in 1996. In particular, the introduction of a licensing system for European protected species has highlighted the need for guidance on mitigating the impact of development or other operations on dormouse populations.
Mitigation studies are still developing, but we have included, wherever possible, good practice guidance that should help determine appropriate levels of survey and mitigation in a variety of circumstances. Examples of successful mitigation are still relatively rare and we would welcome further case studies as they become available.
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