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Conservation of Cheshire Meres

Helen Bennion explains recent research at Liverpool Forum

Conservation of Cheshire Meres

Dr Helen Bennion gave a presentation on Using novel palaeolimnological techniques to define conservation objectives for three Cheshire Meres at the Meres and Mosses Forum, held at the University of Liverpool on 16th September. The meeting was attended by a wide range of academics, students and practitioners interested in research on the meres and mosses of Cheshire, Shropshire and Staffordshire.

The talk summarised the findings of a recent project, funded by Natural England, involving a team of ECRC and ENSIS staff, which employed existing and recently developed palaeoecological techniques to define reference conditions and assess the quality of selected Sites of Special Scientific Interest (SSSIs) in the Cheshire meres. The work is designed to in the setting of conservation objectives and management goals.


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