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Title: Restoring and Managing Riparian Woodland
Author: Scottish Native Woods
Document Type: Monograph
Riparian woodlands hold a key position in Scotland's natural environment. With concerted and appropriate management, they will play a unique and vital role in the restoration of the land, its freshwater resources and its fragile rural economies. The purpose of this booklet is to take a fresh look at the way in which Scottish Native Wood manages riparian environments. The booklet first explores the ecological relationship between native riparian woodland and fresh water, and then provides guidance on the management and restoration of these woodlands.
Publisher: Scottish Native Woods
Publication Date: 2000
Publication Place: Aberfeldy
Subject Keywords: Management techniquesRiparian vegetationWoodlandsFreshwater ecologyRiverbank protectionSalmon fisheries
Geographic Keywords: Scotland
Taxonomic Keywords: Salmo salarSalmo truttaSalmonidae
Extent: 36
Total file downloads: 235

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