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Re: Development Close to Woodlands

Subject: Re: Development Close to Woodlands
From: Alan Reeves
Date: May 25 2001 15:49:26
--- Clive Mayhew <CMayhew@xxxxxxxxx.gov.uk> wrote: >
Can anyone point me in the direction of suitably
quotable literature, for the purposes of an Appeal? 
The issue I'm interested in is the extent and the
effect of degradation within a woodland (in this
instance ancient woodland), particularly with
regards to the erosion of ground flora and
biodiversity, following adjacent development. 
________________
Clive,
British Wildlife Magazine have in the past run with
quite a few good articles on woodland & diversity etc.
Might be worth checking through an index of past
volumes.


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Alan Reeves
27 Garstang Road North
Wesham
Kirkham
Lancashire
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