Distant access to an ecological field experiment
Contact Dr Alan Fielding, Division of Biology, BCHS, Manchester Metropolitan University
Project Partners: Dr Martin Jones, Dr Barry Stevens-Wood and Dr Les May, Division of Biology, BCHS, Manchester Metropolitan University; Dr Paul Haworth, Highland Renewal, Mull.
Background: The project aims to identify the effects of grazing and woodland management on the biodiversity of regenerating and mature broadleaf woodland by using large scale manipulative, experimental treatments. The experiments is being undertaken on land managed for conservation by Highland Renewal on the SW tip of the island of Mull (http://www.highlandrenewal.org/). Students have full access to experimental details and all results, via this web site. The field sites are also freely accessible by visiting groups.
Notes for students: We are happy for you to use any of this material as long as your work provides suitable acknowledgements.
Notes for staff: We are happy for you to use any of this material for educational purposes. We would appreciate suitable acknowledgement and a copy of any materials developing using these data.
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