Title
Using scenarios in rural land use planning
Description
While people generally benefit from countryside activities, there are some associated risks, such as diseases transmitted from wild animals (e.g. Lyme Disease). As part of a Rural Economy and Land Use (RELU) programme, we are investigating how to assess and communicate these risks. We talked to land-based organisations to identify the types of outdoor activities that might occur on their land both now and in the future.
URL
http://www.forestry.gov.uk/pdf/FR_Annual_Report_2009-10.pdf/$FILE/FR_Annual_Report_2009-10.pdf
URL Description
Full text
Language
English
Author
Chris P. Quine

RELU; scenarios; lyme disease; rural areas; land use

Is this item peer reviewed?
No
Other information
This is a section within a report entitled: 'Forest Research annual report and accounts 2009–2010'.
Publisher
Forest Research
Date of publication
01 January 2011
Number of pages
1
Page reference
15
Place of publication
Farnham
Harvard
Quine, Chris P Author (2011) Using scenarios in rural land use planning. Farnham: Forest Research.
Vancouver
Quine Chris P. Using scenarios in rural land use planning. Farnham: Forest Research; 2011.