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Posts in Category: Biodiversity

Wales bait digging survey

Client: Natural Resources Wales

Bait diggingExegesis were contracted to establish whether aerial imagery from UAVs could be used to investigate the spatial and temporal extent of bait digging at selected sites in Wales.

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Saving Scotland's Red Squirrels website

Client: Scottish Wildlife Trust

Red squirrel, © Copyright David Dixon We developed a comprehensive online information management system and community hub for staff and volunteers involved in their Saving Scotland’s Red Squirrels – Developing Community Action project.

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Morfa Friog Coastal Realignment Project saltmarsh vegetation monitoring

Client: Natural Resources Wales

Morfa Friog saltmarsh monitoringExegesis was contracted to establish vegetation monitoring at a saltmarsh coastal realignment site. This required the collection of high resolution aerial imagery, quadrat based vegetation survey, mapping in GIS and production of a detailed report.

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Redevelopment of online mapping for GiGL

Client: Greenspace Information for Greater London

Discover London - online biodiversity data mapping for Greenspace Information for Greater London (GiGL)Exegesis was contracted to redevelop GiGLs online data mapping portal. This involved a radical overhaul of both design and functionality.

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Gower hedgerow mapping

Client: City and County of Swansea Council

Mapping the Gower's hedgerowsWe created a hedgerow map for the Gower based upon Ordnance Survey MasterMap and aerial photograph interpretation. The resulting dataset contained 22,370 features of which 17,013 were thought to be hedges.

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Saving Scotland’s Red Squirrels Project: Developing Community Action - Review of Data Management Processes

Client: Scottish Wildlife Trust

Saving Scotland’s Red Squirrels Project: Developing Community Action - Review of Data Management Processes

We reviewed the data management processes used by the Saving Scotland’s Red Squirrels project to identify any problems or limitations and make recommendations. We also wrote a specification for an online Community Hub.

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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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Green Shoots

Client: The British Association for Shooting & Conservation (BASC)

We developed the BASC Green Shoots website, which is designed to encourage their members to contribute to biodiversity conservation by recording shooting areas, habitats and species they see.
 

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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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Production of a provisional inventory of Open Mosaic Habitat on Previously Developed Land in England

Client: Natural England

Open Mosaic Habitat inventory refinementExegesis were contracted to create and refine a complete provisional inventory of Open Mosaic Habitat (OMH) in England. We used a combination of available data sources and aerial photograph interpretation to accurately map possible OMH, also capturing information on the confidence that OMH was present.

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