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The potential of applied landscape ecology to forest design planning
Progress in research with special reference to Glen Affric and Sherwood Forest.
Conserving and managing trees and woodlands in Scotland's designed landscapes
Since Medieval times, designed landscapes have evolved and at times changed dramatically in style and character. Throughout all periods and recognised styles however, trees have been an essential feature. In...
Short rotation coppice in the landscape
This Note outlines the main landscape considerations that need to be taken into account when planning the establishment of short rotation coppice, and provides advice to growers on the ways in which an area of coppice can be designed to blend in with the rest of the landscape.
The restoration of wooded landscapes
Proceedings of a conference held at Heriot Watt University, Edinburgh, 14-15 September 2000. This publication comprises the proceedings of the conference. Its principle aim was to bring together researchers, practitioners and...
Biodiversity in fragmented landscapes
Maintaining species’ movement around landscapes is considered important if we are to conserve populations of many species and help them adapt to climate change. Particular features in the landscape have...
Design techniques for forest management planning
Forest management plans are the key reference documents for monitoring and assessing forests and forestry practice in Britain. They define and communicate forest and woodland management proposals, set out how...
Leisure landscapes: exploring the role of forestry in tourism
This publication aims to provide an insight into the role of the forestry sector in tourism provision. It is targeted at people such as land managers, tourism operators and policy...
Achieving diversity in Scotland's forest landscapes
Diversity in forests is essential to conserve biodiversity and expand habitats, and to contribute towards enhancing landscape quality and recreation opportunities. In addition, introducing species and age diversity throughout a...
Managing the pinewoods of Scotland
Our native pinewoods have long been treasured for their landscape and cultural values, as well as their contribution to the economy through timber production and recreational activities. Following decades of...