CEnv Blog | Accounting for mosaics and ecotones in biodiversity net gain
Most species require a range of elements within a site or a wider landscape in order to complete their life cycle. Many of these elements, such as small patches of bare ground, tall flower-rich vegetation, or scattered trees and scrub, are often absent from the English landscape. This has contributed to declines in many species, and providing a mosaic of these elements in the landscape would support the recovery of these species.Dan Carpenter CEnv
Dan Carpenter CEnv explores the topic of accounting for mosaics and ecotones in biodiversity net gain.
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