Habitat types key navigation

You can use the 'key navigation' function to identify a specific habitat by answering a set of questions. Starting from first question to next questions you select one of the possible answers. Here are samples of possible answers:
  • No ( 002 ) - Leading to question named '002'
  • Yes [ G ] - Leading to another questions subset of level G
  • No Factsheet icon[ E6 ] - Links directly to factsheet for E6
Additionally the diagram may be used for reference.

Category : (FA )Hedgerows
Diagram : Diagram icon

Question f21 :   Species composition
   Hedgerows are separated between those mainly composed of species exotic to their location (e.g. Californian Leyland Cypress x Cupressocyparis leylandii) (path = mainly exotic), and those mainly consisting of native species (path = mainly native).
mainly exotic Factsheet icon [ FA.1 ] mainly native (Question f22 )

Question f22 :   Management intensity
   Hedgerows mainly of native species managed intensively (e.g. by regular trimming) (path = high) are separated from those subject to little or no management (path = low).
high Factsheet icon [ FA.2 ] low (Question f23 )

Question f23 :   Species number
   Hedges which are rich in shrub species and ground flora (path = many) are separated from those dominated by one or two shrub species (path = few).
many Factsheet icon [ FA.3 ] few Factsheet icon [ FA.4 ]

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