Tim Reed

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Tim Reed has had a lifelong interest in data quality and survey methods as the basis for credible decision-making by those that influence landscapes and protected areas. This has included developing survey methods for waders on moorland and machair, standardising nature reserve management plan formats, chairing development groups for national-level databases, and collaborating with the EU on data standards for Directives. His last 20 years have been spent helping major corporates establish biodiversity as part of their risk-management processes around the world, and working at public inquiries in the UK.