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Revegetation experiments on severely burnt moorland, Glaisdale, North Yorkshire

M. Scott

Revegetation experiments on severely burnt moorland, Glaisdale, North Yorkshire

by M. Scott

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Published by University of Leeds, School of Geography in Leeds .
Written in English


Edition Notes

StatementM.Scott and R.T. Smith.
SeriesWorking Paper (University of Leeds. School of Geography) -- no.92/3
ContributionsSmith, Richard T., University of Leeds. School of Geography.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL13943980M

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Revegetation experiments on severely burnt moorland, Glaisdale, North Yorkshire. By M. Scott, R Smith and Leeds Univ. (United Kingdom). School of Geography. Abstract.

SIGLEAvailable from British Library Document Supply Centre- North Yorkshire book / BLDSC - British Library Document Supply CentreGBUnited Kingdo. Revegetation experiments on severely burnt moorland, Glaisdale, North Yorkshire This paper describes experiments to accelerate revegetation of Glaisdale Moor which burned for 7 days in July.

addition to natural regeneration, often fails to fully re-vegetate the bare burnt peat, leading to erosion and degraded sites. Here, two sites were under investigation: Darwen Moor that suffered a severe fire inand a moor overlooking Stalybridge, Tameside, burnt in Both burnt areas received similar post-fire management.

Bridges, M. () 'Revegetation experiments on burnt peat moorland', Biography Newsletter No 5, MarchBriens, P. J., Lyon, D. and Baggaley, R. () 'Operating experiences at Langsett Water Treatment Works', Journal of the Institution of Water and Environmental Management 3, The field site occupies part of the central watershed of the North York Moors National Park between m and m O.D., about Glaisdale.

It is underlain by Middle Jurassic sandstones and shales. A range of moorland sites in the North York Moors, North Yorkshire, UK, where bracken control North Yorkshire book the herbicide asulam has been carried out, has been re-surveyed.

Materials and methods Survey The North York Moors (North Yorkshire, UK) is the largest expanse of heather-dominated moorland in England and Wales (about km2). Much of the moorland is managed by rotational burning to en- courage red grouse and is grazed by sheep.

Request PDF | Heathy peatlands with Erica ciliaris in the southwestern Mediterranean area | Habitats with fens and brooks are very rare in the SW Mediterranean, but of high conservational value. The course of temperature in fires burnt in the autumn and spring respectively in mature (15 years) and over-mature (25 years) Calluna heath in north-east Scotland was monitored and recorded using.

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Low nutrient status and disturbances such as fire and herbivory are identified as the. A report on the five-year EMBER project is published online today – the first day of the moorland burning season, which will run until 15 April Dr Lee Brown, from the School of Geography at the University of Leeds, who led the study, said: "Until now, there was little evidence of the environmental impacts of moorland burning.

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Biological Conservation60, ~: • Changes in burning of Scottish heather moorland since the s from aerial photographs Alison J. Hester* & Chris Sydes The Nature Conservancy Council, 12 Hope Terrace, Edinburgh EH9 2AS, UK (Received 4 December ; revised version received!25 February ; accepted 14 May ) Changes in the burning of heather moorland were studied in.

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Star Carr, North Yorkshire annual heather burning in sensitive locations and, conversely, revegetation and peat re-wetting (e.g. Brightman ). Peat deflation—shrinkage—since the s has been marked, severe in places, leaving only a shallow covering above the fragile archaeological horizons.

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