No place on earth is unaffected by people and our culture. People are part of biodiversity, but people exert forces on biodiversity, which affect the natural landscape. People have altered landscape to such an extent that there are few, if any, places on earth which remain pristine.
The natural landscape is susceptible to cultural disruptions such as fences, roads, trails, species under human management, invasive species introduced by people, extraction or removal of species and objects, vegetation alteration, alterations of animal populations, natural landscaping, buildings, agricultural practices, pollution, and paved areas. Some areas which might be confused with natural landscape are parks for people, agricultural areas, orchards, maintained views, artificial lakes, managed forests, golf courses, nature centre trails, back yards, and even flower beds.
The Openfields library holds materials relating to rural activities, agricultural practices and their impact on the natural landscape.
A sample of Items held in the Landscape category
- Managing acute oak decline
- 1708: High Nature Value farming policy
- Pigs in woodland management
- 1477: Entry-level agri-environment schemes in the EU
- Upland Farming and Wildlife
- 2019: Case study – Morecambe Bay Limestones and Wetlands Nature Improvement Area
- The State of the UK’s Forests, Woods and Trees: Perspectives from the sector
- Woodland Management for Butterflies and Moths: A Best Practice Guide - Part 2
- Chillingham Park and its Wild White Cattle
- Briefing 1214: Memory and prediction in tree disease control
There are currently no subcategories in the Landscape section.
Where Am I?
The OpenFields Library is a free online library contains items of interest to practitioners and researchers in the agricultural and landbased industries.