Ecological surveys: ignoring issues

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12 December 2012 Ignoring biodiversity issues can slow down projects, increase costs and affect wildlife - and is usually caused by misconceptions and poor programming, says Verity Webster There are many common misconceptions about the requirement for biodiversity survey work and mitigation in the planning and...

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