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Dissertation Presentation

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Tom Sherlock

on 27 April 2014

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The Forest of Dean:
An ecosystem service
under threat or a
sustainable future?

Research Plan

Look into wildlife conservation
Boars and governmental action
Public art trails
Sense of community
Current conservation areas & species
Process of conservation
Current threats
Impacts of the boar
Importance of the boars presence
Current governmental protocols
Extent of community influence
Relationship with Forest
Opinions on tourism

In-depth Interviews
Qualitative research
Identify themes
Potential conflicts
Use of NVIVO
Observations & Photographs
Observations - whilst visiting various areas in the Forest
Photos - identification of community, degradation and sustainable management/development
Forestry and Council Reports
Allows for current policies to be identified
Sustainability progress & plans
Areas of conflict/under threat
Forestry Commission
Sustainable development
Ecosystem services
Assessment of current ecosystem services
Explore potential conflicts
Assess sustainability

The quality of management
Level of degradation
Public Art Trails
Wildlife Conservation
Boars and
Governmental Action
Sense of Community
Research so far...
Visits to various areas
Relevant literature
Contacted various organisations
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