Research and analysis

River habitat survey (RHS) and waterways breeding bird survey (WBBS), 1998 to 2000

This report continues to illustrate the utility of linking the River habitat survey (RHS) and waterways breeding bird survey (WBBS).

Documents

River Habitat Survey (RHS) & Waterways Breeding Bird Survey (WBBS) 1998-2000 Final Report

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River Habitats Survey and Waterways Breeding Bird Survey

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This work will contribute to the techniques available to assess the impact of flood defence works on conservation and should form an integral part of monitoring and enhancement programmes. It will provide benefits in assessing the impact of water quality on biodiversity and will be used by those involved in long term analysis of environmental trends both anthropogenic and climatic.

Published 1 January 2002