Data from Defra Family Organisations supplied to Staffordshire Ecological Record
All records supplied by Defra Family Organisations, including Natural England, Environment Agency and Forectry Commission. The quality and precision of the data varies and is dependent on the information originally supplied to SER by the organisation. This is only summary data and further information on individual records may be available direct from SER.
Staffordshire administrative county and Stoke-on-Trent City Council (Unitary).
To inform on the biodiversity of Staffordshire, with an emphasis on protected and priority species.
Most of the data originates from work being carried out by one of the Defra Family organisations, or their subcontractors, who we hope employ experienced ecologists to undertake the surveys. Hopefully all data is fully verified at source within the relevant organisation, however, any dubious or significant records are additionally verified by experts associated with SER to exclude any obviously erroneous records. Most records are reproduced a the resolution supplied by the organisation, however, in certain circumstances the grid references have been derived in-house at SER based either on supplied maps or site descriptions. The data have not been checked using the NBN Record Cleaner.
Very variable, dependent both on the organisation and the taxonomic groups being investigated
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