Angling Diary

Client: Scottish Fisheries Co-ordination Centre

Scottish Fisheries Coordination Centre Angling DiaryThe Angling Diary helps keen anglers keep track of their season, while also providing data to the Scottish Fisheries Co-ordination Centre and Rivers Trusts. The data can be searched and analysed in various ways, with fully interactive mapping.
 

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Creating a provisional wood-pasture and parkland inventory for England

Client: Natural England

Wood-pasture and parkland inventoryOver a series of projects exeGesIS created a spatial inventory of wood pasture and parkland in England. Data were assessed against historic maps and aerial photography, as well as modern data sources. Ground truthing was undertaken in two regions. The resulting inventory mapped 156,838 ha of wood-pasture and parkland.

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Establishing the condition and monitoring baseline for non-SSSI Broad, Priority and Annex 1 Woodland Habitats in England and Wales

Client: Defra

We developed a condition monitoring methodology to gain an insight into and monitor the condition of non-statutory woodlands. The survey methodology was tested on 100 sample sites. The main outputs were a woodland condition assessment manual, survey database, regression analysis, project report and baseline condition data.

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Revealing Cheshire's Past

Client: Cheshire West and Chester Council

Revealing Cheshire's PastRevealing Cheshire’s Past aims to enhance community awareness of Cheshire’s past by increasing access to the information in the Cheshire Historic Environment Record (HER). The project includes community exhibitions, a series of thematic factsheets and a website developed by exeGesIS to present the HER.

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Feasibility study for the development of a Connectivity Assessment Tool for Kent and Nord-Pas de Calais

Client: Kent County Council

Habitat connectivity assessmentexeGesIS were contracted to undertake a feasibility study on the development of a tool to assess functional ecological connectivity. This involved an assessment of user needs, a review of the available methods and approaches, a stakeholder workshop to identify the preferred options and the development of a functional specification.

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Habitat and land use GIS tool

Client: Hampshire Biodiversity Information Centre (HBIC)

Habitat and land use toolThe purpose of the habitat and land-use toolkit was to maintain and update a GIS habitat layer and associated attributes in a relational database. The tool manages the link between the GIS and database, ensuring that any changes to the features or the attributes are reflected in all data.

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SHINE

Client: Natural England and Historic England

Selected Heritage Inventory for England - SHINESelected Heritage Inventory for Natural England (SHINE) is an on-line system for Entry and Higher Level Stewardship agri-environment schemes. SHINE manages consultations with Historic Environment Records (HERs) to deliver asset inventories and Farm Environment Plan HER Responses during the HLS application process.

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Cemetery Survey

Client: Christchurch Borough Council

Cemetery SurveyChristchurch Borough Council contracted exeGesIS to undertake a survey of the council's cemeteries. This required an assessment of around 4,000 graves across Christchurch, with each one accurately plotted on a map, photographed and condition assessed, along with a detailed risk assessment.

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