NatureScot Research Report 1026 - SCM survey of upland notified features on designated sites - Blood Moss
Site Condition Monitoring (SCM) is NatureScot's rolling programme of monitoring of the condition of natural features (habitats, species populations and earth science interests) on protected areas in Scotland. This report summarises the field data collected by Peak Ecology during SCM of the blanket bog natural feature on Blood Moss Site of Special Scientific Interest. The blanket bog natural feature on Blood Moss was found to be in favourable condition. The main threat to the continued favourable condition of the bog was found to be regeneration of non-native conifers from the adjacent conifer plantations on to be bog surface, which over time could lead to it drying out.
Publication 2018 - NatureScot Research Report 1026 - SCM survey of upland notified features on designated sites - Blood Moss
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