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Reedbed management for commercial and wildlife interests

by Carl Hawke

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Published by Royal Society for the Protection of Birds in Sandy .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Great Britain.,
  • Great Britain
    • Subjects:
    • Phragmites -- Ecology -- Great Britain.,
    • Phragmites -- Habitat -- Great Britain.,
    • Constructed wetlands -- Great Britain -- Management.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references (p. 202-205) and index.

      Statementwritten by Carl Hawke and Paul José.
      ContributionsJosé, Paul., Royal Society for the Protection of Birds.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsQK495.G74 H345 1996
      The Physical Object
      Paginationvii, 212 p. :
      Number of Pages212
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL577902M
      ISBN 100903138816
      LC Control Number96165943

      About this book This is a practical handbook that is based on the management experiences at ten man made lagoon sites in the east and south of England. The book provides guidance in the techniques of both restoration management and maintenance management of saline lagoons. Reedbed Management for Commercial and Wildlife Interests. by Hawke, C.J.; Jose, P.V.

        Woodland Management for Birds by N. Symes, , available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. We use cookies to give you the best possible experience. Reedbed Management for Commercial and Wildlife Interests. Hawke, C.J. . A. Maintain the extent ( ha) and condition of reedbed in Bedfordshire and Luton B. By achieve favourable condition of ha of reedbed in Bedfordshire by implementing positive management regimes. C. Create by a reedbed of at least 20 ha on an appropriate area of low biodiversity value.

      Reedbed Management for Commercial and Wildlife Interests C.J. Hawke and P.V. José RSPB. "Describes the importance of reedbeds for wildlife and people, concentrating on the practical aspects of management. It deals with reedbeds as a commercial resource, . Five GB Red Data Book invertebrates are also closely associated with reedbeds including red leopard moth Phragmataecia castanaea and a rove beetle Lathrobium rufipenne. The largest area of reedbed in the UK is the tidal Tay Estuary, Scotland (ha) while the largest inland reedbed is .


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Reedbed management for commercial and wildlife interests by Carl Hawke Download PDF EPUB FB2

About this book. Describes the importance of reedbeds for wildlife and people, concentrating on the practical aspects of management. It deals with reedbeds as a commercial resource, their industrial uses, and conservation value.

Summary: Describes the importance of reedbeds for wildlife and people, concentrating on the practical aspects of management.

This title deals with reedbeds as a commercial resource, their industrial uses, and conservation value. It covers creation, management, rehabilitation, and case studies.

Description: Describes the importance of reedbeds for wildlife and people, concentrating on the practical aspects of management. It deals with reedbeds as a commercial resource, their industrial uses, and conservation value. Chapters cover creation, management, rehabilitation. This book describes the importance of reedbeds for wildlife and people, concentrating on the practical aspects of management.

This book is dated, but is still relevant. This is part of our Good Practice Guidance for Habitats and Flora, produced by Richard Jefferson, Dominic Price, Iain Diack, Steve Coates and Andy Mclay. Concentrating on the practical aspects of management, this book describes the importance of reedbeds for wildlife and people.

It deals with reedbeds as a commercial resource, their industrial use, and their value in terms of conservation.;The book is in four sections: assessment and options for management; management techniques; reedbed creation; and case studies. This title describes the importance of reedbeds for wildlife and people, concentrating on the practical aspects of management.

It deals with reedbeds as a commercial resource, their industrial uses, and conservation value. Chapters cover creation, management, rehabilitation, and case studies.

Customers also viewed these productsReviews: 2. Buy Reedbed Management for Commercial and Wildlife Interests from Waterstones today. Click and Collect from your local Waterstones or get FREE UK delivery on orders over £ Reedbed Management for Commercial and Wildlife Interests (RSPB Management Guides) by C.J.

Hawke; P.V. Jose ISBN ISBN Paperback; Uk: The Royal Society For The Protection Of Birds, ; ISBN This booklet aims to present an up-to-date summary of the techniques involved in creating and establishing reedbeds that maximise their value for wildlife.

It is a result of discussion amongst RSPB staff involved in reedbed creation and management, as well as the experience of partner organisations and individuals.

• To provide ideal conditions for wildlife through the creation of structure, including open, wet habitat, pools, glades, reed edge etc. • To supply reed for commercial purposes (Hawke and Jose ). In addition, reedbed management may now also be undertaken on.

Language: N/A. Brand New Book. Describes the importance of reedbeds for wildlife and people, concentrating on the practical aspects of management. It deals with reedbeds as a commercial resource, their industrial uses, and conservation value. Chapters cover creation, management, rehabilitation, and case studies.

Hawke, C. & Jose, P. Reedbed Management for Commercial and Wildlife Interests. The RSPB: Sandy. RSPB () Bringing Reedbeds to Life Wildlife Survey Programme Executive Summary JNCC () UK BAP habitat description Reedbed.

Description Lowland wet grasslands are one of the richest yet most threatened habitats in the UK today. This book describes their importance for wildlife, people and agriculture, and concentrates on the practical aspects of management and rehabilitation that benefit both wildlife and their commercial use.

Included are some 15 case studies. Reedbed Management for Commercial and Wildlife Interests £ Stock code: The Reedbed Management Handbook describes the integrated management, restoration and creation of reedbeds for wildlife and commercial interests, and illustrates this with case studies of the different management options.

Quantity A Practical Guide to the Restoration and. Gravel pit restoration for wildlife: a practical manual. Sandy, Bedfordshire: Royal Society for the Protection of Birds, p. Eades P, Bardsley L, Giles N and Crofts A.

The wetland restoration manual, Chapter 5: Reedbeds. Newark: The Wildlife Trusts. Hawke CJ and José PV. Reedbed management for commercial and wildlife interests.

The more natural cycle of flooding through winter and becoming drier in summer is preferred for wildlife, with areas only being artificially drained if access for working is necessary. Notes gleaned from RSPB book ‘Reedbed Management for Commercial and Wildlife Interests’ and.

Many studies on the impact of reedbed management on bird conservation have dealt with habitat features at the landscape level such as reedbed size, proportion of open-water area, and reed cutting frequency (Bibby and Lunn,Burgess and Evans,Ward,Hawke and José, ). We have focussed on habitat features at a finer scale.

sustainable commercial reed cutting, but smaller,more diverse reedbeds are better for wildlife. Natural no existing wildlife interest. Flooding land for a short period will kill most terrestrial plants, especially Reedbed management is often aimed at increasing structure.

The Management of Lowland Wet Grassland for Breeding Waders Royal Society for the Protection of Birds. Hammer DA () Constructed wetlands in wastewater treatment Lewis Publishers. Harold, Ron () Creating Wetlands at Holkham Enact Vol 3 No1.

Hawke, C J and Jose, P V () Reedbed Management for Commercial & Wildlife Interests. Guides: [RSPB - (RSPB 4, Reserves Management Information sheets); Reedbed management for commercial and wildlife interests (Hawke & José ] (Niedowskia USA saltmarsh Guide, which includes sections on reedbeds). 1. Introduction.

The bittern Botaurus stellaris is a scarce breeding bird in the UK, entirely restricted to reedbed Phragmites australis sites, with a declining population of fewer than 20 males in the early s (Batten et al.,Smith and Tyler,Ogilvie et al., ).Having been lost as a breeding species in as a result of drainage of its wetland breeding sites and.Faunal changes within a managed bed of the common reed (Phragmites australis (Cav.) Trin.) were monitored by bi-monthly sampling over 6 years.

The reedbed was subject to an annual cycle of summer draw-down and winter reflooding. Water level fluctuations annually result in two distinct communities becoming established, a wet (submersion) community composed of aquatic invertebrates and a dry.use and colony size of these species in relation to reedbed management practices are scarce.

Commercial and Wildlife Interests. Report by Royal Society Book. Full-text available.