NatureScot Commissioned Report 505: Trotternish Ridge SAC: long-term monitoring of vegetation and erosion, historic change and management recommendations
Trotternish Ridge, in the north-east of the Isle of Skye, provides an important grazing resource for the local crofting community, whilst also representing an assemblage of upland plant communities, the nature conservation importance of which is recognised by its designation as a SSSI and SAC. This report presents the results of long-term monitoring of grazing and erosion on Trotternish Ridge from 1998 to 2010.
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