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UK BAP Mammals Interim Guidance for Survey Methodologies, Impact Assessment and Mitigation

Handbook / Manual
By: JDS Birks(Editor), Simone Bullion(Editor), WJ Cresswell(Editor), M Dean(Editor)
96 pages, colour illustrations
Publisher: Mammal Society
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  • UK BAP Mammals ISBN: 9780906282731 Paperback Jun 2012 In stock
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An essential publication for consultants and conservationists involved in surveying and protecting the UK Biodiversity Action Plan mammal species. This 130-page book details previously unavailable guidelines for surveying, impact assessment and mitigation techniques on 8 species: harvest mouse, hedgehog, pine marten, polecat, brown hare, mountain hare, red squirrel and wildcat. It covers biology, habitat requirements, status and distribution, legislative protection, BAP status and recommended actions, survey methodologies and EIA: mitigation, compensation and enhancement.

UK BAP Mammals provides the most up to date in depth knowledge, and discusses the questions that still need answering and requirements for further research, hence the word 'interim'.

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Handbook / Manual
By: JDS Birks(Editor), Simone Bullion(Editor), WJ Cresswell(Editor), M Dean(Editor)
96 pages, colour illustrations
Publisher: Mammal Society
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