Plantlife's Colin Cheesman, who led the work in South Wales, said: "This result is not just good news for Kenfig, but for other dune sites like Whiteford and Pembrey where we can now introduce similar management in the hopes of bringing back fen orchids."
In East Anglia, work has gone into restoring the fragile fen habitat, where the orchid - rather than being rooted in the ground - grows perched in clumps of moss that grow on peat or sedge tussocks.
Our findings are consistent with those of Swinehart and Parker (2000) in northeastern Indiana where they noted fens
lacking inflows and outflows eventually became bogs (i.e., precipitation-dominated systems), while two of their three extant fen
sites had surface outflows.
have been mown and grazed by cattle, drained, and turned into pastures, hayfields, and crop fields since the middle of the 17th century.
London, Jan 13 (ANI): Scientists from Queen Mary, University of London have found a large variety of tiny aquatic organisms in the East Stoke Fen
As a wetland complex containing fens
in east-central Indiana, the Bennett wetland complex does not possess the same quality as the IMI wetland complex (Ruch et al.
Kelly creates an atmospheric Fens
, complete with mists and Druid activities, and Dryden faces personal dilemmas as he becomes embroiled in the case.
Rather than innovations wiping out traditional dialect forms, they engage in contact with them in local communities: the outcomes of diffusion in the Fens
bear all the hallmarks of contact-induced koineization, such as interdialect formation, levelling, and reallocation (Trudgill 1986).
Society chief executive Graham Wynne said: "We have made a start, lost fens
have been recreated, with benefits for rare nesting birds such as bitterns."
Could you brew an official beer for woodwalton fen
national nature reserve we are looking for a brewery to create a special beer to support this iconic cambridgeshire nature reserve woodwalton fen
national nature reserve (nnr) near ramsey is a rare and isolated remnant of fenland habitat.
In autumn 1839 George Dunn found himself traveling across the rain-swept open fen
land of Cambridgeshire.
For a tundra fen
and an open subarctic forest, calculations of organic soil accumulation or loss over the last half-century indicate that while the fen
on average has lost small amounts of carbon from the ecosystem, the adjacent forest has gained larger amounts of atmospheric carbon dioxide.