Lowland deer management: assessing the delivery of public interests: Research Report No. 1069

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Abstract

This study looked at the availability and utility of spatial data of relevance to public interests as impacted by deer and deer management issues. The pilot area used as the focus of this study was to the north of Glasgow and west of Stirling, encompassing a typical range of lowland Scotland land uses and issues.
Original languageEnglish
PublisherScottish Natural Heritage
Commissioning bodyScottish Natural Heritage
Number of pages83
Publication statusPrint publication - 2019

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Keywords

  • Lowland
  • Deer
  • Impact
  • Public

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Lowland deer management: assessing the delivery of public interests : Research Report No. 1069 . / McMorran, R; Gibson-Poole, S; Hamilton, A.

Scottish Natural Heritage, 2019. 83 p.

Research output: Book/ReportCommissioned report

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