Gina Maffey @FTF2013

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  • ----- Meeting Notes (10/04/2013 12:16) ----- - Landscape = geographical - Plot = story AND assessment
  • ----- Meeting Notes (10/04/2013 12:16) ----- - Landscape = geographical - Plot = story AND assessment
  • ----- Meeting Notes (10/04/2013 12:16) ----- - multi actors - multi species -multi objectives
  • ----- Meeting Notes (10/04/2013 12:16) ----- - interest - keystone species - relationship habitat and herbivore
  • ----- Meeting Notes (10/04/2013 12:16) ----- - Conflict - Traditional herders suspicious evaluation land - Perceived traditional management suspicious of interpretation of assessments
  • ----- Meeting Notes (10/04/2013 12:16) ----- - Interested relationship - role of habitat - look back at history
  • ----- Meeting Notes (10/04/2013 12:16) ----- - how introduced over time - all still in use
  • ----- Meeting Notes (10/04/2013 12:16) ----- - conservation = really good illustration
  • ----- Meeting Notes (10/04/2013 12:16) ----- - multi species management focus - is management keeping up with legislation
  • Gina Maffey @FTF2013

    1. 1. @ginazoo
    2. 2. How do you manage a landscapewithout losing the plot?
    3. 3. You can’t
    4. 4. HabitatHerbivores
    5. 5. Habitat notownedAnimalsnot ownedHabitatownedAnimalsownedHabitatownedAnimalsnot ownedOwnership typologyHabitatnot ownedAnimalsowned
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    10. 10. Turbulent Histories
    11. 11. HerbivoreHabitat
    12. 12. “The Commission’sfunctions are definedas furthering theconservation andcontrol of red deer…”
    13. 13. Deer should “…bemanaged as anygood farmerwould managehis stock…”
    14. 14. “TheCommission hasencouragedresearch intopressure onvegetationespeciallyheather”
    15. 15. “[DMG planshave] alsoclearlydemonstratedthe need for habitatassessment ifinformed decisionsare the be taken.”
    16. 16. “… the best indicatorsof sustainable deermanagement are thecondition of thevegetation and ofgeneral biodiversityand impacts onecological processes.”
    17. 17. CONSERVATIONOF DEERDAMAGEHABITATIMPACTBALANCEASSESSMENTMONITORINGCONDITIONNATURALHERITAGECONSERVATIONENVIRONMENT
    18. 18. You can’tIF, not everyone is telling thesame story
    19. 19. Dr René van der WalDr Justin IrvineDr Mark Reedgmaffey@abdn.ac.uk
    20. 20. “I do not claim that I can tell a storyas it ought to be told. I only claim toknow how a story ought to be told”-Mark Twain
    21. 21. The use of digital technology intraditional landscapes1. Use of habitat assessments2. History of habitat management3. Introducing management innovation4. Reinventing the innovation

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