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Title: Hams Hall Power Station. A survey of the flora and fauna of freshwater habitats in the environs of Hams Hall Power Station, Birmingham
Author: P.D. Armitage
Document Type: Monograph
The proposed construction of a new coal burning power station at Hams Hall near Birmingham may affect large areas of land. Included in these areas are a number of ponds, ditches and streams. An environmental assessment of the whole site (terrestrial and aquatic habitats) is currently being undertaken before final decisions are made on siting the power station. This report on the aquatic habitats is based upon Information collected during a 2-day visit to the site (29-30 July 1987). This involved visual assessment of all major water bodies and collection of larger Invertebrates from selected representative habitats.
Publisher: Freshwater Biological Association
Publication Date: 1987
Publication Place: Dorset
Subject Keywords: Environmental impact assessmentAquatic environmentInvertebratesSamplingIdentificationTaxonomyFaunaHabitat improvementEnvironmental protectionEnvironmental managementMacrophytes
Geographic Keywords: EnglandBirmingham
Taxonomic Keywords: ColeopteraOdonata
Extent: 13
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