NatureScot Commissioned Report 673: Soil and earth science information note 31 – Stirling
The “Soil and Earth Science Information Note” series aims to facilitate access to and understanding of soil and relevant Earth Heritage information for non-soil specialists dealing with spatial planning and environmental assessment in Scotland. This series was prepared to promote greater awareness of and to promote sustainable management options within and outwith the conservation designation framework for the soil and Earth science natural heritage features of national importance. It provides a snapshot of the main soil resources available in digital and paper format for a defined geographical context (here Stirling council area). The description of classification and data interpretation is allied to information made accessible by Scottish Government and partners on the Scotland's Environment Web site (SEWeb) and its daughter web site the Scottish Soil Website (SSW).
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