Scotland's Native Woodlands: Results from the Native Woodland Survey of Scotland
This report give a national overview of results of the Native Woodland Survey of Scotland and suggests many other intended and potential uses for the data at various spatial scales.
The Native Woodland Survey of Scotland was carried out from 2006-2013 in order to establish an authoritative picture of Scotland’s native woodlands. It used field survey to identify the location, type, extent, composition and condition of all native and nearly native woods, as well as woods planted on ancient woodland sites (PAWS), of at least 0.5 ha in area. The survey has established a national baseline to monitor future changes in area and condition.