Conservation/Recreation and Landscape:


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Neilan, J (1997) Review of the silviculture and management of the principal broadleaved tree species growing in Ireland. MSc (Ag.) Thesis, National University of Ireland.

Neff, MJ (1974) Woodland conservation in the Republic of Ireland. Pp. 273-285 in Colloques Phytosociologiques III. La Végétation des Forêts Caducifoliées (J.M.Gehu, ed.). J. Cramer.Vaduz.

Cross, J (1987) Status and value of native broadleaved woodland. Irish Forestry 44(2):81-88.

Fennessy, J (1998) Seed stands – a strategic resource for Irish forestry. Pp. 35-36 in Forestry Yearbook 1999. The Irish Timber Growers Asssociation, Dublin.

Benson, J & Willis, K (1991), The Demand for Forests for Recreation, Forestry Commission Paper No 2

Benson, JF & Willis, KG (1992) Valuing Informal Recreation on the Forestry Commission Estate, Forestry Commission Bulletin 104

Cannell, M G R, Malcolm, D C & Robertson, P A (1992), The Ecology Mixed-Species Stands of Trees, Blackwell Scientific Publications

Ferris-Kaan, R (Ed) (1991), Edge Management in Woodlands, Forestry Commission Occasional Paper 28

Forest Authority (1992), Forest Recreation Guidelines

Forest Authority (1993), Forest and Water Guidelines, 3rd Ed.

Kirby, K (1992), Woodland and Wildlife, Whittet Books

London Ecology Unit (1993), Nature Conservation in Community Forests. Ecology Handbook 23 LEU

Lucas, Oliver W. (1991), Design of Forest Landscapes. British Forestry Commission, Oxford University Press, New York

Nature Conservancy Council (UK) (1990), Woodland rides and glades

Whiteman, A (1993), Using Household Surveys to estimate forest visitor numbers. Forest Authority Research Information. Note 237



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