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2012 RES-IEEM Conference

Techniques and Approaches for Assessing the Importance of Invertebrates in Environmental Impact Assessment

Date: 10 October 2012

Venue: Kent & Medway Biological Records Centre (KMBRC), Brogdale, Faversham, Kent, ME13 8XZ

Powerpoint presentations:

The Development of ISIS: the Invertebrate Species-Habitats Information System
Jon Webb (Natural England)
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How the Experts do it! Criteria Versus Expert Opinion in Site Evaluation
Graham Hopkins and Jit Thacker (The Ecology Consultancy)
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Planning Application Mitigation for Stag Beetle Conservation
Colin Hawes (Royal Holloway College, London)
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Pragmatic Approaches to Invertebrate Assessment: a Consultant’s Perspective
Jon Davies (Cresswell – Hyder Consulting Group)
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Deciding the Undecidable – a Potential Decision Tree for Informing EIA Decisions for Invertebrates on Site
Alex Ramsay (Thomson Ecology)
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Brownfield Landscaping: Urban Invertebrate Conservation
Stuart Connop (Sustainability Research Institute, University of East London)
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Bumblebee Surveying and Creating New Bumblebee Habitat at a Landscape Scale
Nikki Gammans (Bumblebee Conservation Trust/Hymettus)
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Planning for Invertebrates? – A Local Authority Perspective
Stefanie Buell (Biodiversity Projects Officer, Kent County Council)
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