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Technical support for CoPLAR Land Zoning in Scotland

Client: Zero Waste Scotland

Litter land zoning for CoPLARWe were contracted to provide technical GIS support to Scottish local authorities as they zoned relevant areas of land based on their potential for litter.

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National Historic Landscape Characterisation (NHLC) Project

Client: Natural England

Extract from the 1km grid NHLCExegesis were appointed by Natural England to compile a national HLC dataset, drawing together the existing sub-regional HLC datasets and applying a common framework, structure and terminology to a new unified dataset. The aim of the project is to improve the awareness, understanding and ability to manage and monitor England’s historic landscape at a national scale.

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Integrating Legal Orders into CAMS

Client: Bridgend County Borough Council

Updating rights of way mappingexeGesIS successfully incorporated the changes made by over 140 public path orders into the digital map layer, and linked the scanned order files to records in CAMS. This provided the client with an effective, efficient tool to help manage their rights of way.

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Wood-pasture and parkland data analysis

Client: Natural England

The saproxylic beetle Trypodendron signatum. © Mike Lush, 2016We demonstrated through spatial processing and statistical analysis that it may be possible to predict wood pasture and parkland quality. This project generated a model that could be used to target survey effort to those sites with the highest predicted quality.

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Wales Active Travel project

Client: Welsh Government

The Wales Active Travel Act required Local Authorities (LAs) to produce a route map of existing safe footpaths and cycle-ways for their designated areas. Data would then become part of the national Active Travel map for Wales focusing resources on linking residential areas with schools, town centres, leisure locations and other walking and cycling destinations. Exegesis staff were tasked with providing a cost-effective web-mapping solution to enable the collation and management of this information.

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UKDMOS Archive Importer and Database

Client: JNCC

This desktop application imports archives from the UKDMOS database into SQL Server and converts the spatial data into SQL geometry layers. It creates layers that can be used by JNCC when assessing the extent of UK marine monitoring according to each broad marine discipline (e.g. biodiversity, physical oceanography and fisheries).

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Marine Data & GI Specialist Advice Framework

Client: Natural England

Marine Data & GI Specialist Advice Framework for Natural EnglandExegesis quickly and efficiently standardised existing polygon data to MESH Translated Habitat DEF using a range of tools within ArcGIS, QGIS, GRASS and MapInfo. We also imported survey data into Marine Recorder following expert analysis of the data to determine biotopes.

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Understanding the impact of invasive non-native species on protected sites

Client: Natural England

Invasive non-native species on protected sitesexeGesIS were contracted to investigate the distribution of non-native species on protected sites in England, to help develop a programme of work to tackle Invasive Non-Native Species. Large scale data analysis was used to determine which protected site each species occurred within. We also reviewed data flow within Natural England.

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HBSMR Data Merge for Peak District National Park Authority

Client: Peak District National Park Authority

Peak District National ParkThe Peak District National Park Authority has had access to the HER data of the five constituent local authorities, stored in separate HBSMR databases, for nearly ten years. In order for the National Park Authority to maintain SHINE (Selected Heritage Inventory for Natural England) data within the Park a merged dataset was required.

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Options for an inventory of Annex I habitats

Client: Natural England

Options for an inventory of Annex 1 habitatsExegesis investigated the options for creating an Annex I habitat inventory for England. This involved a review of approaches taken by other European Union countries and the data available in the UK. A recommended approach was suggested, along with the provision of prototype inventories to show potential coverage.

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