Bayfordbury field station is an important resource for research and teaching. Bayfordbury covers a variety of habitats including amenity grassland, semi-natural woodlands, The Pinetum, Rough Hills grasslands, ponds, an ornamental lake, scrubland and hedgerows. While many staff members and students collect data at Bayfordbury on a regular basis there is no dedicated storage for the data. This makes it difficult to keep track of what is recorded and to use records for publications. Database will encourage people to record their sightings and will promote long-term studies at Bayfordbury. In the short term, the database will facilitate studies of interactions between different groups of organisms. In the long-term, records of plant flowering time and first sightings of a range of animal species might be used, for example, as indicators of climate changes.
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