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Conservation Studies

There are many reasons for conserving wildlife. It is necessary for the maintenance of genetic diversity; plants and animals act as environmental indicators, they provide the natural materials for food and medicine; wildlife is pleasing to all and it provides amenity.


Aqueous consultants carry out quantitative studies in three main areas, fish, amphibians and invertebrates. After quantitative assessments are complete then we can advise on how improvements can be made usually via habitat clean up, habitat creation and then further habitat monitoring.

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