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 : (H5 )Miscellaneous inland habitats with very sparse or no vegetation
Diagram : Diagram icon

Question h17 :   Recently burnt?
   Habitats created by fire which are unvegetated or sparsely vegetated are distinguished (path = Yes) from those created by other means.
Yes Factsheet icon [ H5.5 ] No (Question h18 )

Question h18 :   Frequently trampled?
   Habitats which are unvegetated or sparsely vegetated because of frequent trampling or compaction by occasional vehicles are distinguished (path = Yes).
Yes Factsheet icon [ H5.6 ] No (Question h19 )

Question h19 :   Origin
   Substrates sorted by current or recent freeze-thaw; or arising from current or recent glacial activity comprising ice-deposited debris (but where ice is no longer dominant) (recent ice-deposition) are separated from those ofother origin. Note that glacial moraines where ice is still dominant are categorised under H4.3.
sorted by freeze-thaw Factsheet icon [ H5.1 ] recent ice-deposition Factsheet icon [ H5.2 ] other (Question h20 )

Question h20 :   Parent material
   Other inland unvegetated habitats are distinguished according to the nature of their substrate: mineral ; and organic (peat).
mineral Factsheet icon [ H5.3 ] organic Factsheet icon [ H5.4 ]

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