We offer conservation-relevant biodiversity studies on species that are not currently covered by EU pesticide risk assessments. This includes bats, amphibians, reptiles and some arthropod groups.
Typical biodiversity studies entail the identification and description of plant and animal communities in an area or the assessment of biodiversity change in response to specific measures. Services that we provide in this area include:
- Short- and long-term monitoring of the effects of environmental stewardship measures on farmland biota
- Monitoring of beneficial organism enhancement programs (pollinators and natural enemies)
- Assessment of flower strip benefits to biodiversity
Our interdisciplinary experts have experience designing and implementing biodiversity monitoring studies for a range of needs.
We also have experience conducting biodiversity studies on species which are not currently covered by EU pesticide risk assessments.