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Alternative silvicultural systems - case studies

Alternative silvicultural systems case studies
1: Atlantic oakwoods
2: Cirencester Park Estate
3: Newbyth Wood
4: Cawdor Estate
5: Ffrwdgrech Estate
6: Blelack Woods, Glen Tanar and Glen Dye Estates
7: Curr Wood, Anagach and Windsor
8: Cowdray Park Estate
9: Wykeham Forest
10: Fernworthy Forest
11: Cwm Berwyn and Cefn Llwyd
12: Kilmichael and Penninghame
13: Devilla, Tentsmuir and Cardrona Forests
14: Longleat Estate
15: Wyre, Mortimer and Thetford Forests
16: Craigvinean, Ae  and Fearnoch Forests
17: Cowal
18: Dunster & Tavistock Estates + Dartington Hall
19: Bowhill and Eildon Estates
20: Sherwood and Thetford Forests, Thoresby Estate
21: Dalmeny and Dalkeith Estates
22: Hooke Park
23: Cotswold Beechwoods
24: Chiltern Beechwoods
25: Wilderness Wood
26: Whittingehame and Abbey St. Bathans Estates
27: Coed Preseli, Bryn Arau Duon and Nant yr Eira
28: Wyre Forest and Forest of Dean
29: Salcey Forest and Bradfield Woods
30: Weasenham, Sennowe and Fulmodeston Estates

PAWS case studies with ATC comments
1: Robson's Spring
4: Melbury and Rushmore Estates
5: Windsor Duncombe Park and Leconfield Estates
7: Rainsbarrow Wood
8: SW England Douglas fir
10: Stonedown Wood
11: Bessy Bank and Chopwell Wood
12: Small Private Woodlands
13: Glenmore Forest
17: Moncreiffe Hill and Pressmennan Wood
19: Shin Forest Achany and Linsidemore
20: Lindinny Wood and Glenkinnon Burn
21: Edistone Coed Caeau gwynedd
23: North Wales Douglas fir over ash hazel
24: Ffynone and Cilgwyn Woodlands
25: Wentwood
26: Coed Dol Fawr, revised

Original PAWS case studies