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Title: Biodiversity strategy and action plan for the Environment Agency (Thames Region)
Author: Environment Agency Thames Region
Document Type: Monograph
This Biodiversity Strategy and Action Plan is intended to be a working document for Environment Agency staff in Thames Region. It is based on the best available information obtained from various sources including the Institute of Terrestrial Ecology, The Wildlife Trusts, Biodiversity Contact Points, Local Record Centres and the Environment Agency's own databases. The purpose of this document is to provide internal staff with guidance on the distribution and priorities for biodiversity action on a LEAP by LEAP basis. It is not intended that every relevant action for every species and habitat present in a given LEAP, should appear in that LEAP document. It will still be the responsibility of the Area Fisheries and Ecology staff to decide which actions are most relevant and achievable at a given point in time, using this action plan to help them focus on Agency priorities.
Publisher: Environment Agency
Publication Date: 2000
Publication Place: Reading
Subject Keywords: Biodiversity action planBiodiversityLocal action plans (EA)Chalk streamsUK BAP priority speciesUK BAP priority habitatsEnvironmental legislationEnvironmental management
Geographic Keywords: EA South East
Extent: 133
Total file downloads: 316

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