The upland management handbook (SC26)

The upland management handbook pools the expertise of many of the country’s leading wildlife, farming and land management specialists to provide a blueprint for the practical delivery of the land management that will benefit upland wildlife. It is written for people who advise farmers and other land managers in upland areas about the best management for wildlife and other natural features. In addition, the handbook should be useful for training and educational purposes, such as agricultural and ecological courses within colleges.

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SC26 Information Notes, PDF, 1.2 MB 2011/10/11
SC26 Index, PDF, 196.3 KB 2011/10/11
SC26 Glossary, PDF, 177.2 KB 2011/10/11
SC26- Chapter 11 Bibliography and Further Reading, PDF, 151.6 KB 2011/10/11
SC26- Chapter 10 Crags,Scree and Limestone Pavement, PDF, 183.9 KB 2011/10/11
SC26- Chapter 9 Freshwater Habitats, PDF, 301.5 KB 2011/10/11
SC26- Chapter 8 Woodland and Scrub, PDF, 255.1 KB 2011/10/11
SC26- Chapter 7 Meadows and Enclosed Pasture, PDF, 304.2 KB 2011/10/11
SC26- Chapter 6 Moorland, PDF, 536.1 KB 2011/10/11
SC26- Chapter 5 Montane Areas, PDF, 221.7 KB 2011/10/11
SC26- Chapter 4 Earth Heritage Features, PDF, 68.9 KB 2011/10/11
SC26- Chapter 3 Decision Making, PDF, 363.4 KB 2011/10/11
SC26- Chapter 2 Wildlife and Land Use of the Uplands, PDF, 425.7 KB 2011/10/11
SC26-Chapter 1 introduction to the handbook, PDF, 761.9 KB 2011/10/11
SC26 Authors and Acknowledgements, PDF, 16.1 KB 2011/10/11