Thrislington Plantation is the site of a well-known case of grassland translocation and has been the subject of monitoring for over 20 years. Some activities that affect vegetation are grazing and scrub control and these have been monitored. Others include succession, transplantation, fire, mowing, atmospheric deposition and climate change. The reserve has been chosen to be part of a network of sites across Britain to be used for monitoring climate change. This 2001 report reviewed the information obtained so far on vegetation change at Thrislington and maked recommendations for future monitoring.
A printed copy of this report is available from our Enquiry Service. Tel: 0845 600 3078 Email: email@example.com