A report into the estimated amount of carbon released as a result of the wildfire that occured on Marsden Moor in April 2019
Establishing expert opinion on the perceived risk and severity of wildfire prior for single species habitats, and the scenarios behind ignition.
Establishing expert opinion on the perceived change in risk and severity of wildfire, prior to and after conservation work has been completed
A study investing how much carbon is stored within the blanket peat in the Bamford catchment. It is estimated that approximately 9,000,000 t of Carbon is stored in the peat.
Trajectories for impacts of revegetation activities on upland blanket bogs.
A report into the estimated amount of carbon released as a result of the wildfire that occurred on the Roaches in August 2018.
The final report of the Making Space for Water project
Making Space for Water
Using aerial imagery to monitor vegetation at a landscape scale, rather than the traditional site scale.
A report from the Building Blocks project - prioritising 100,000 gully block locations in the South Pennine Moors Special Area of Conservation (SAC) to inform the next 10 to 20 years of moorland restoration.
A report on the upland management plan for water in the upper catchments of the South Pennines Special Area of Conservation until 2030
Study indicating that hummock forming species of sphagnum moss recover from harvesting from donor sites for translocation. Full report - longer read
We are monitoring the carbon footprint of the MoorLIFE 2020 project, with the aim of identifying where carbon savings can be made. This, the first update report contains methodology as well.