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2014 Welsh Section Conference

GIS and Remote Sensing: the End of Fieldwork?
Remote sensing and its role in ecological assessment

21 February 2014, Aberystwyth

Biographies and Abstracts

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Conference presentations can be downloaded below. Please click the presentation title to download PDF versions.

Welcome address:  Integrated Resource Management - the future for Wales
Emyr Roberts (CEO, Natural Resources Wales)

GIS, Remote Sensing and Ecosystem Service Modelling – useful tools for the ecologist
Katie Medcalf CEnv MCIEEM (Environment Systems)

CCW / NRW Phase 1 mapping exercise
Pete Bunting (Aberystwyth University)

COBWEB – Citizen Observatories Web: Ecology meets the crowd
Crona Hodges (Aberystwyth University)

Using modelling to inform assessments of the conservation status of great crested newts
Matt Ellis (Natural Resources Wales), Tony Gent (Amphibian and Reptile Conservation Trust)

The potential for predictive mapping in reptile conservation
Tony Gent (Amphibian and Reptile Conservation Trust)

The WISE Network, our offer to businesses
Marie Kelly (Welsh Institute for Sustainable Environments)