London biological records centre publishes latest online newsletter

Greenspace information for Greater London (GiGL), the capital’s biological records and open spaces database centre, has just published its latest online newsletter

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Articles include:

– a ‘Wildlife, wildlife everywhere’ piece giving a good overview of what GiGL does

– an item on structuring record collecting

–  an insight into the work involved in processing historical records (using Moths as an example)

– an invitation to ‘tour’ parks and open spaces using the iGiGL facility, and which contains interesting information about the derivation of site names

– a page about sites of geological interest in London, with a reference to Bexley

– a feature on the defeat of a planning application to develop the largest area of standing water in Kingston upon Thames.

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