Invertebrate Surveys for Conservation

Invertebrate Surveys for Conservation is a comprehensive guide to the ecological methods used to survey invertebrate animals in terrestrial, freshwater, and marine environments. This book offers technical advice covering a wider range of methods and often in more depth than Drake et al. (2007).

This is part of our Good Practice Guidance for Invertebrates, produced by Paul Lee.

Reference: New TR (1998). Invertebrate surveys for conservation. Oxford University Press, Oxford.

This book is now out of print.