Written in English
Thesis (M. Sc.)--The Queen"s University of Belfast, 1954.
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PEAT is a parent led charity based in Northern Ireland. We promote the science of Applied Behaviour Analysis (ABA) for helping children with Autism. We provide training and support in ABA to parents and carers of children with Autism. Peatland distribution for Northern Ireland was derived from the Peat Bog Survey of Northern Ireland (), Land Use Survey Maps (), the Peat Map, and from personal contact with interested parties in Northern Ireland e.g., Botany Dept., Queen's University, and the Forestry and Soil Science sections of the Department of Agriculture. The Tellus airborne geophysical survey of Northern Ireland was flown in –6 and the Tellus Border survey of the six most northern counties of the Republic of Ireland in –2. Together the two surveys covered a region of approximat km², or 30% of the land surface of the island of Ireland. Datasets have been merged with data collected from the Tellus Project in Northern Ireland collected by the Geological Survey of Northern Ireland (GSNI). Geophysical Survey. The airborne geophysical survey collects three different types of data 1) magnetics, 2) radiometrics and 3) .
Peatland Survey and Evaluation. Penny Anderson Associates Ltd. (PAA) has a long established reputation for the survey, evaluation and restoration of moorland, heathland and wetland recent years, in response to a number of challenging peatland projects, PAA has developed a further specialism in peatland survey and evaluation. Making use of existing peat survey techniques, . Irish Peatland Conservation Council, Bog of Allen Nature Centre, Lullymore, Rathangan, Co. Kildare, R51 V, Ireland. T: +; E: [email protected] The work of the Irish Peatland Conservation Council is supported by the Irish Environmental Network. COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle coronavirus. A – survey of peat extraction in Northern Ireland for use as fuel and in horticulture was followed by an estimate of carbon loss resulting from this extraction. This estimate formed part of UK annual estimates of carbon emissions .
British Geological Survey, Natural Resources Wales: Evans et al. () Northern Ireland: , Deep peat from British Geological Survey, Agri-Food and Biosciences Institute, Peat Survey of Northern Ireland: Cruikshank & Tomlinson (); Evans et al. () Total: 2,, Peat may be dirt cheap, but it costs the earth. Peat extraction is killing Ireland’s raised bogs. Already, Ireland has lost 90% of its raised bogs to commercial peat extraction, turf cutting and forestry. 14 sites designated as Natural Heritage Areas and Special Areas of Conservation have been damaged by moss peat . na Móna, Ireland (Clarke) and a small book about the history of peat cutting in the British Isles (Rotherham ). Haverkamp () covers years of peat extraction by theinternationally operating company Klasmann-Deilmann GmbH, but his book is available in the German language only. H.F. van de Griendt, one of the founding fathers of. Survey of Wales. Peatlands in Northern Ireland •Information from NI Peatland Survey and LCM •Much S-N and some large active peatlands •Peat cutting, drainage and erosion extensive. Peat Mapping from Northern Ireland Soils Map, Northern Ireland Peatland Survey and Landcover Map , provided by AFBNI. Issues •What does “peatland.