The research attempts to quantify the public benefits of landscape and environmental change that may arise from new land-use policies.
The case of upland grazing extensification is examined for which the associated vegetation change could be diffuse and complex. These problems will require carefully designed environmental valuation methods to communicate the change.
Type of Material
Her Majesty’s Stationery Office (HMSO)
Copyright (Published Version)
1995 Scottish Natural Heritage
Subject – LCSH
Status of Item
Thompson, D.B.A. Hester, A., and Usher, B. (eds.). Heaths and moorland : cultural landscapes
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