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  • Habitat Conservation Planning (HCP)

    Habitat Conservation Planning (HCP) is becoming a requirement for aquaculture in order to establish controls and measures around the farming environment that ensure that protection of the local biodiversity. Aquaculture operators often find themselves in conflict with local wildlife and the HCP system is designed to create an agreement that ...

    By eAqua Ltd. based in UNITED KINGDOM.

  • Biomatrix Floating Riverbanks

    Biomatrix floating riverbanks are floating treatment wetlands that transform degraded waterways with hard steel or concrete edges into vibrant living riverbanks.  They are a ready to install modular system which makes the installation and subsequent regeneration effort fast and efficient. The result is an attractive waterscape aesthetic, ...

    By Biomatrix Water Solutions LTD based in Forres, UNITED KINGDOM.

  • Biodiversity Information Systems

    Bio3 uses Geographical Information Systems (GIS) linked to databases to model and develop WebGIS tools applied to Biodiversity. These tools are used also in the Environmental Impact Assessment procedure. Bio3 also develops specific Information Systems, especially tools to organize, manage and promote biodiversity data. Our approach for developing ...

    By Bio3, Lda. based in Almada, PORTUGAL.

  • Bauder - Biodiversity System

    0-3 Degrees – Total Flat Roof: Many native species of plants, birds, insects and other wildlife are in decline due to years of urban development that has claimed increasing areas of their natural habitat. Environmentalists, ecologists and local government planners are now recognising the potential offered by roof landscaping as a method of ...

    By Bauder Limited based in Ipswich, UNITED KINGDOM. from Biodiversity System Product line

  • Biodiversity Management

    At first glance, the large-scale excavation of raw materials would appear to destroy nature and undermine biodiversity. Yet quarries and gravel pits actually provide an important habitat for plants and animals that are being increasingly displaced by development in other areas. Numerous scientific studies have demonstrated that quarries, gravel ...

    By HeidelbergCement based in Heidelberg, GERMANY. from Biodiversity Management Product line

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