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Writing Effective Ecological Reports

A Guide to Principles and Practice

An in-depth guide to writing high-quality and effective professional ecological reports. Mike Dean distils the knowledge and experience gained over a period of more than 20 years working as an ecological consultant, during which time he has written and reviewed many such reports. Les mer
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An in-depth guide to writing high-quality and effective professional ecological reports. Mike Dean distils the knowledge and experience gained over a period of more than 20 years working as an ecological consultant, during which time he has written and reviewed many such reports.



There are existing good practice guidelines on ecological report writing, published by CIEEM and co-authored by the author of this book. Writing Effective Ecological Reports goes beyond those guidelines. It provides practical advice on the structure, content and style of ecological reports, using numerous case study examples to help the reader's understanding. It also tackles topics not covered by the guidelines, such as how to write an effective summary, how to create and use a report template, how to proofread reports, and what those tasked with reviewing reports should be looking for.



This book will be invaluable for any professional ecologist, or anyone hoping to become a professional ecologist. It is particularly aimed at those who write ecological reports, such as ecological consultants. However, it also provides practical advice for those tasked with reading and reviewing reports written by others, including those working for local planning authorities or nature conservation consultees.



The book has been written to be useful to those with limited experience, such as recent graduates, as well as those with many years of experience as a professional ecologist, and everyone in the middle.

Fakta

Innholdsfortegnelse

Introduction

Competence, qualifications and experience

Getting the basics right

Fact versus opinion

Report structure

Making a start

First impressions and opening lines

Getting your facts right

So what does all this mean?

Keeping it in proportion

Tables, figures, photos and appendices

Creating and using a template

Writing an effective Summary

PEA or EcIA - what's the difference?

Writing Environmental Statement chapters

Proofreading, technical review and quality assurance

Tips for those reviewing reports

Dealing with references

How long is a report valid for?

Useful sources of information