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Sourhope Site Visit Registration Form


This form allows Soil Biodiversity Programme Projects to submit plans for visiting the Sourhope Field Experiment Site. Please complete this form for each planned visit, giving as much detail as possible about the proposed activity. Note that not all fields are mandatory - you may leave blank those fields which do not apply.

Once you have completed the form, click the confirmation box at the end of the form, followed by the 'Submit' button to send the form to the the Soil Biodiversity Sourhope Site Manager (Gordon Common). A copy will also be sent automatically to Soil Biodiversity Programme Office at CEH Lancaster.

Your request will be acknowledged via email, and you will be contacted as soon as possible with confirmation that your planned arrangements may go ahead.


Project Award Number:

Name for contact:
Email address for contact:
Sourhope Visitors' Names:
Other Projects involved:
Proposed Dates(s) of Visit From:            To:

Arrival Time:


Purpose of Visit:

 

Sampling
Experimental Set-up
Measurements only (ie no disturbance)
Other: please specify:

 

Main Plots/Treatments Required

 

 

Sub-plots/Treatments Required

 

 

SAMPLING:
Description of sample type

 

Size of sampling areas



EXPERIMENTAL SET-UP:
Description of set-up:

 

Size of set-up areas:

 

 

Transport requirements:

 

 

Field assistance requirements:

 

 

Other requirements:

 

 

Number and Frequency of  future visits

 

 

Please confirm that all the above details are correct: Then:

Click to send your visit plan.                   (Clicking will clear the form, if you want to start again)

 

The site manager, Gordon Common, may be contacted at:

Tel: 01573 420229 (direct line) Fax: 01573 420787 E-mail: g.common@macaulay.ac.uk


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Last update: 19/4/2005