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Updates to carbon and peatland map available

 

Scottish Natural Heritage has updated an initial (draft) map of carbon rich soil, deep peat and priority peatland habitats across Scotland.  The final Carbon and Peatland map 2016 is now available for download as a GIS shape file from the  NaturalSpaces section of the SNHi Information Service (renewable energy category).  The map is a high-level spatial planning tool to help local authorities decision-making around wind farm applications and other relevant rural developments.  For further information on how the map should be used see here

 

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