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A method for habitat assessment in agricultural landscapes


, : A method for habitat assessment in agricultural landscapes. Applied Geography 1(1): 9-30

The need for a conservation policy for remnant semi-natural vegetation in the agricultural landscape of lowland Britain is stressed. An essential prerequisite for such a policy involves the formulation of a method for habitat assessment which may provide relevant ecological information to planners, land owners and land managers. Existing techniques of ecological evaluation and their problems are briefly reviewed and a new approach, habitat inventory analysis, is described.

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DOI: 10.1016/0143-6228(81)90003-5


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