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The Environment Agency provides guidance for run-of-river hydropower schemes in England, including any potential impacts on how fish are able to move upstrea...
APEM runs two key elements of the prestigious NMBAQC scheme: benthic invertebrates and particle size analysis.
APEM’s innovative new survey techniques combine aerial surveys and ground based surveys to identify potential sources of pollution in river catchments, notab...
East Anglia ONE was the first offshore wind farm to gain planning approval using solely digital aerial bird surveys as part of the environmental impact asses...
Invasive non-native species are one of the greatest threats to biodiversity in the UK.