Publication - Consultation paper

Scotland's Forestry Strategy 2019-2029 draft: strategic environmental assessment (SEA)

Published: 22 Nov 2018

Findings of the strategic environmental assessment (SEA) of the consultation draft of Scotland's Forestry Strategy 2019-2029.

120 page PDF

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120 page PDF

2.5 MB

Contents
Scotland's Forestry Strategy 2019-2029 draft: strategic environmental assessment (SEA)
Appendix D: Figures in support of the environmental baseline

120 page PDF

2.5 MB

Appendix D: Figures in support of the environmental baseline

Key / Figure Source

Figure B1: Geological Conservation Review sites map
(Source: Scotland's Environment map)

Figure B2: National Scenic Areas map
(Source: Scotland's Environment map)

Figure B3: Woodland distribution map
(Source: Native Woodland Survey of Scotland 2014)

Figure B4: Deer fence high cost area map
(Source: Scotland's Environment map)

Figure B5: Wild Land Areas map
(Source: Scotland's Environment map)

Figure B6: Pollutant emissions
(Source: Scotland's Environment; Air Quality in Scotland)

Figure B7: Carbon and peatland map
(Source: Scotland's Environment map)

Figure B8: Landscape Character Assessment map
(Source: Scotland's Environment map)

Figure B9: Habitat Map - Northern and Southern Scotland and Western Isles (Source: Scotland's Environment map)

Figure B10: Habitat Map - Orkney and Shetland and Legend
(Source: Scotland's Environment map)

Figure B11: Impacts of herbivores on native woodlands
(Source: Native Woodland Survey of Scotland 2014)

Impacts of herbivores on woodlands (Deer management)
(Source: Deer Management in Scotland: Report to the Scottish Government from Scottish Natural Heritage 2016)

Figure B12: Summarises the breakdown of results for the six different feature types identified as being potentially affected by herbivores

Figure B13: Proportion of features assessed as unfavourable due to herbivores or other pressures

Figure B1: Geological Conservation Review sites map

Figure B1: Geological Conservation Review sites map

Figure B2: National Scenic Areas map

Figure B2: National Scenic Areas map

Figure B3: Woodland distribution map

Figure B3: Woodland distribution map

Figure B4: Deer fence high cost area map

Figure B4: Deer fence high cost area map

Figure B5: Wild Land Areas map

Figure B5: Wild Land Areas map

Figure B6: Pollutant emissions

Figure B6: Pollutant emissions

Figure B7: Carbon and peatland map

Figure B7: Carbon and peatland map

Figure B8: Landscape Character Assessment map

Figure B8: Landscape Character Assessment map

Figure B9: Habitat Map - Northern and Southern Scotland and Western Isles

Figure B9: Habitat Map - Northern and Southern Scotland and Western Isles

Figure B10: Habitat Map - Orkney and Shetland and Legend

Figure B10: Habitat Map - Orkney and Shetland and Legend

Figure B11: Impacts of herbivores on native woodlands

Figure B11: Impacts of herbivores on native woodlands

Figure B12: Summarises the breakdown of results for the six different feature types identified as being potentially affected by herbivores

Figure B12: Summarises the breakdown of results for the six different feature types identified as being potentially affected by herbivores

Figure B13: Proportion of features assessed as unfavourable due to herbivores or other pressure

Figure B13: Proportion of features assessed as unfavourable due to herbivores or other pressure


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