Research at KMBRC
At KMBRC we are keen to ensure that we spread the impact of the + six million individual species records and the Kent habitat survey 2012 data. KMBRC data has been used to develop and understand more about changes and trends in species distribution, factors affecting those changes and ways in which resources might be used to improve, restore and create opportunities for wildlife in the county.
We have provided data and analysis to support conservation management schemes, large scale infrastructure projects, and the assessment of habitat fragmentation; highlighting potential for new wildlife corridors to be created.
Please see our Projects page for more details of our research.