2 edition of Otter survey of Ireland = found in the catalog.
Otter survey of Ireland =
P. J. Chapman
by Vincent Wildlife Trust in London (Baltic Exchange Buildings, 21 Bury St., EC3A 5AU)
Written in English
|Statement||P.J. and L.L. Chapman.|
|Contributions||Chapman, L. L., Vincent Wildlife Trust.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||40|
Because the worth of an otter survey is dependent on the author’s Act with equivalent protection in Northern Ireland and Schedule 2 of the Conservation (Natural Habitats) Regulations (Regulation 38). largely due to the meticulous record keeping of successive otter hunting year books. In medieval times the otter was recorded. This log book can be used by trainees to keep track of survey activities carried out during their training. Species- specific log books can be found in the guidance for barn owls, great crested newts, otters and white-clawed crayfish.
Otter numbers declined rapidly during the s and s, and they became extinct in many areas of the UK. Pollution was the most likely cause of this decline. In recent years otter numbers have begun to recover, as river water quality has improved and otters have been recorded in every region of England, and every county. Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books. My library.
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Otter survey of Ireland /12 6 type, renders it a poor bioindicator of environmental water quality. It seems likely that the plasticity of the habitat and dietary niche of otters, and the extent of suitable habitat, may have sustained populations in Ireland despite intensification of agriculture during the 20th century.
Searches for otter signs were made at 2, pre-selected sites across the country. Data Capture Purpose: This survey was the first systematic survey of otter distribution in Ireland. Original Format: Data imported into Recorder 6 from MS Access files.
Ireland Environment Agency and the Joint Nature Conservation Committee (JNCC) as well as Water UK (umbrella body for the water companies), the Scottish Environment Protection Agency (SEPA), the Department of Agriculture (N.I.) and the Wildlife Trusts.
The first national otter survey of England was carried out in (Lenton et al., ). TY - BOOK. T1 - Northern Ireland Otter Survey AU - Preston, S. Jane. AU - Reid, Neil. PY - Y1 - M3 - Commissioned report. BT - Northern Ireland Otter Survey Cited by: 3.
About this book Report of the third Otter Survey of England, which confirms a significant recovery of the English population since the provisional recovery suggested by the survey. Further analysis of the causes of the original population decline are given, as well as current threats to the recovery.
Buy Otter survey of Ireland by Chapman, P. J (ISBN:) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : P. J Chapman. populations. The National Otter Survey also found signs of otters on the Wallers Haven in Pevensey and at Rye Harbour although there has been little activity there since.
In early an otter corpse was found on the beach at Rustington, in an otter was run over on the Medway in Sussex, and in a otter was found near Emsworth.
Ireland and other EU member countries are obliged to report on the national status of otters every few years, and this information is collected, analysed and reported on during the “National Otter Survey“. As otters are shy animals, they are difficult to directly observe, hence otter surveyors rely upon otter field signs to inform their.
Her latest book is Robert Emmet: The Making of a Legend, about the leader of the doomed July rebellion. The Making of Modern Ireland by JC Beckett. Otter Survey of Ireland / 1 Summary The third Otter Survey of Ireland was carried out between August and August One principal surveyor and a team of trained NPWS personnel visited a total of sites in 10km squares, distributed across the entire country, although.
The spring mainland sea otter count began on May 1 and was completed by July 9. Overall viewing conditions this year were very good, better than those encountered during the spring census (View Score = this year compared to last year, where 0=poor, 1=fair, 2=good, 3=very good, and 4=excellent).
The surface canopies of kelp (predominantly Macrocystis pyrifera) were. As part of a scheme to monitor the distribution of otters throughout the UK, four England otter survey have been carried out covering the yearsandand The National Biodiversity Data Centre mapping system (Biodiversity Maps) integrates the mapping of terrestrial as well as marine data and is intended to serve as a portal for the geographic presentation of observational data on Ireland's biological data.
Original OS maps at the Ordnance Survey of Ireland website. (Click on place name to view original map in new window.) This link is not a link to the townland that you are currently researching; however, if you follow this link, you will see a search box near the top of the.
The Dobhar-chú (Irish pronunciation: [ˈd̪ˠaɾˠxuː], lit. "water dog" or "water hound") or King Otter is a creature of Irish resembles both a dog and an otter, though it sometimes is described as half dog, half lives in water and has fur with protective properties.
OTTER SURVEY OF WALES - 10 4 Summary The European otter (Lutra lutra) is widely recognised as an emblem for nature conservation in the UK because it is a top predator and an important biological indicator of the health of our rivers and wetlands.
As part of a scheme to monitor the distribution of otters throughout the UK, two otter surveys in Northern Ireland have been carried out covering the years (funded by The Vincent Wildlife Trust as part of an all Ireland survey) and (Environment and Heritage Service (EHS), NI).
Additional information sources Chapman, P.J. & Chapman, L.L. () The Otter Survey of Ireland. Unpublished survey carried out on behalf of the The Vincent Wildlife Trust. conducted in Ireland. The first in /81 found signs of otters throughout the country, at 88% of sites surveyed.
A follow-up survey a decade later found a marked decrease in otter presence to 75%. The most recent otter survey, carried out in /05, found that the species was still present in suitable freshwater and coastal.
I AM doing a survey of otter-hunting in Ireland covering its sustainability and markets. The culture of trapping otters for their fur ceased in when the first Wildlife Act became law.
About the Book. This book entitled Mythical Animals in Indian Art. is the outcome of a comprehensive study of the kaleidoscopic variety of mythical animals known from the 2nd cent.Otters,alongwiththeirbreedingandrestingplaces,are protectedundertheprovisionsoftheWildlifeAct,as amendedbytheWildlife(Amendment)Act,Otters.
Abstract. Otters Lutra lutra were persecuted increasingly in Britain for fishery protection and for sport throughout the 18th and 19th centuries. There are indications of a population recovery occurring during the – war with the temporary cessation of hunting and keepering.