Sustainable uplands: management for multiple benefits

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Award: RES-224-25-0088
Policy and Practice Note
Project website
PI: Klaus Hubacek, Sustainable Research Institute, University of Leeds
Dates: 31/07/2004 - 31/12/2005
 
Explore data from stakeholder interviews and social network analysis on upland management and conflicts over managed burning in the Peak District National Park.

Data created

Stakeholder network analysis for Peak District National Park
Social network analysis with farming and shooting tenants on Peak District National Park, focusing on communication between each other and with other stakeholders on upland management issues in the Peak District National Park.

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Data type: Quantitative
Data format: MS Excel
Sample size: 22 farming and shooting tenants
Country: United Kingdom
Status: Data released
Stakeholder interviews on managed burning of uplands
Semi-structured interviews with a cross-section of stakeholders from Peak District National Park uplands, on managed burning.

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Data type: Qualitative
Data format: MS Word
Sample size: 25 interviews
Country: United Kingdom
Status: Data released

Publications and outputs

Article (3)
An adaptive learning process for developing and applying sustainability indicators with local communities
Mark Reed; Evan Fraser; Andrew Dougill
12/01/2006

Learning from doing participatory rural research : lessons from the peak district national park
Andrew Dougill; C. Prell; M.S. Reed; J. Holden; L.C. Stringer; Evan Fraser; S. Stagl; K. Hubacek
12/01/2006

Understanding gully blocking in deep peat
J. Holden; C. Worman; L. Liddaman; S. Trotter; T. Allot; S. Milner; S. Hodson; T. James; M. Evans; E. Maxfield; M. Buckler; A. Bonn; S. Lindup; S. Crowe; G. Hobson; B. Irvine; S. McHale; C. Flitcroft
03/12/2009

Report (6)
Social science methods annotated bibliography
L.C. Stringer
07/12/2009

Sustainable uplands scoping study final report
K. Hubacek
03/12/2009

Sustainable uplands final report to RELU
Klaus Hubacek; Mark Reed
12/01/2006

GIS options
A.G.D. Turner
07/12/2009

Sustainable upland management for multiple benefits : interim report
M.S. Reed; K. Hubacek
03/12/2009

Sustainable upland management for multiple benefits : A multi-stakeholder response to the heather and grass burning code

12/01/2006

Paper (1)
GIS options : RELU upland moorland scoping study project
Andy Turner
12/01/2006

Newsletter (1)
The project
Mark Reed
16/01/2006

Other output (1)
Sustainable upland management for multiple benefits : A multi-stakeholder response to the heather and grass burning code
Klaus Hubacek; N/A see authors; Christina Prell; Mark Reed
12/01/2006

(1)
Sustainable uplands : management for multiple benefits, 2004-2005
M. Reed; C. Quinn
28/09/2008

Workshop (1)
Managing uncertainty in dynamic socio-environmental systems : an application to UK uplands
A. Dougill; J. Holden; C. Prell; M. Reed; E. Fraser; P. Chapman; L. Stringer; S. Stagl; A. Turner; L. Shotbolt; M. Kirkby; F. Worrall; K. Hubacek; J. Sendzimir; T. Burt; N/A RELU
03/12/2009