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This project assessed the potential ecological impact of the disease ash dieback on UK woodlands and species and investigated possible solutions which might be achieved through woodland management.
The research shows:
Carried out in two phases, the multi-funded project was delivered by a consortium of research organisations.
• 15 case studies illustrate the procedure that managers can follow for individual sites to assess impact of ash-die back on ash-associated species in broadleaved woodland, and develop appropriate management responses.
• a database of information about ash-associated species, and the use that these species make of tree species other then ash (native and non-native)
Started February 2013 and was completed in March 2014.
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