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Biotype (archive)

The biodiversity and conservation newsletter of the Centre for Human and Ecological Sciences (formerly Ecology Division) - August 2002 to June 2004.

Biotype The biodiversity newsletter of woodland ecology

Biotype 27 - June 2004 (PDF-182K)

  • Research update:
    • Assessment of coning cycles in conifer species across the UK
    • Trail of cattle grazing to improve Black Grouse habitat
    • Grey squirrels: effects on biodiverstity and effective trapping techniques
  • Training:
    • Butterfly garden training workshops 2004
    • Identification workshops for lower plants
  • Forest Research:
    • From Woodland Ecology Branch to Ecology Division

Biotype 26 - January 2004 (PDF-255K)

  • Research update:
    • Deer surverys in Chile
    • UK BRAG
  • Conferences:
    • Landscape ecology of trees and forest
    • Ecology and management of large native pinewoords
    • Managing trees and woodlands as habitats for bats
    • Biodiversity: state, stakes and future symposium
  • Publications:
    • Biodiversity in Britain's planted forests
    • Cattle grazed woodlands
    • Woodland conservation and pheasants
    • The Scottish Biodiversity Forum

Biotype 25 - July 2003 (PDF-389K)

  • Research update:
    • Stock grazing in woodland - part 2
  • Publications:
    • Restoration of wooded landscape
    • The National Trust Nature Conservation newsletter
    • Biodiversity News

Biotype 24 - April 2003 (PDF-395K)

  • Research update:
    • The search for small cow-wheat
    • Stock grazing in woodland - part 1
    • FRCC workshop - Woodland birds in the UK
  • Conferences:
    • Genetic conservation and management of British native trees
  • Publications:
    • Reintroduced and alien mammals

Biotype 23 - January 2003 (PDF-349K)

  • Research update:
    • Habitats and rare, priority and protected species (HARPPS)
    • Pollen power
    • Intensive monitoring in the UK - implications for biodiversity
    • Microsatellite analysis of squirrel DNA - a pilot study

Biotype 22 - August 2002 (PDF-380K)

  • Research update:
    • Dormice in planted ancient woodlands
    • Pembrokeshire Coast National Park heathland restoration
    • Blanket bog restoration in Ireland
  • Seminars:
    • Working woodlands in the West Midlands
    • A new focus on ancient woodlands
    • Establishing quality and native woodlands
  • Conferences:
    • Can't see the trees for the bogs
    • Managing woodlands and their mammals
                                            

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From May 2005 (Issue 28) this newsletter was renamed Ecotype