Monday, 20 February 2012

Brecon Beacons – Natur Cymru special edition spring 2012

Artwork by Denise di Battistta
  • Llangorse Lake - the essence of an entirely natural lake. Gareth Ellis
  • Fires and remote sensing technology to monitor restoration.  Judith Harvey & Shaun Lewis
  • Waun Fignen Felen - recovery of degraded moorland. Arwel Michael  
  • Y Gyrn - Blue Greys crossed with a Blonde. Joe Daggett            
  • Pipeline - gas from Milford Haven to England via the Brecon Beacons. Graham Cowden
  • Challenges of conservation management in the National Park. Paul Sinnadurai
  • Cynrig and captive rearing of crayfish. Catrin Grimstead & Oliver Brown                
  • Capel Horeb quarry’s ancient plant evidence. Christopher Cleal
  • Counting and measuring limpets in Pembrokeshire. John Archer-Thomson                                          
  • Challenges and joys of opening 870 miles of Wales Coast Path. Sue Rice & Denis McAteer     
  • Living Wales - a layman’s view of the ecosystems approach. Huw Jenkins
  • National Nature Reserves - 74 hidden treasures revealed. Sue Parker
  • Phytophthora in Wales. Owen Thurgate
  • Methane derived bubbling reefs. Ivor Rees
  • Role of NATUR and training in times of change. Celia Thomas
  • Fancy a chat? New BTO Cymru survey. Kelvin Jones
Publication date 15th March. Cover price £4.00 or quarterly by subscription at £16 p.a. or £15 by direct debit. ISSN 1742-37400103 Format: 170 x 220mm, 50 pages, full colour

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