The interactive map below will help you to explore the data layers associated with Habitat Networks in Herefordshire.
You may find it easier to explore the map by using the option to open it in a new tab, this can be found below the map.
Click on the eye icon next to the layers in the list on the left to turn them on and off. Click on the features within the map to see more information about them.
Bedrock is the solid rock at or below the land surface. As underlying geology influences the soils types above, it is an important consideration in the planning of successful, locally appropriate habitat restoration and creation. Clay, silt, gley and peat soils are positive indicators for wetland types, for example. Clay, silt, sand and gravel can also be positive indicators for select woodland types.
Geology & Soils