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Research and planning for nature conservation and amenity in woodlands. An account of the meeting of Recreation Ecology Research Group held at Lomond Castle Hotel, Loch Lomond, 24-26 April, 1981



Research and planning for nature conservation and amenity in woodlands. An account of the meeting of Recreation Ecology Research Group held at Lomond Castle Hotel, Loch Lomond, 24-26 April, 1981



Research and planning for nature conservation and amenity in woodlands An account of the meeting of Recreation Ecology Research Group held at Lomond Castle Hotel, Loch Lomond, 24-26 April, 1981: 83



Woodlands are important as a resource for timber, fuel, wildlife, recreation, as a component of the landscape, and as an investment for those who own them. The loss of many of the remaining broadleaved woodlands is the concern of most of the papers in this volume.

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