Guidelines for Baseline Ecological Assessment
Taylor & Francis, 1995 - Nature - 142 pages
These best practice guidelines present the type and level of detail required for describing and evaluating the ecological baseline of an environmental assessment. These assessments are vital in determining whether or not there are issues of ecological importance for a site or proposed development and are an essential component of the environmental impact assessment process.
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