GIS and Wild Land

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Tim Collins highlighted an interesting and useful critique of the use of GIS to suggest that one can objectively identify Wild Land in Scotland.  Check out Fraser Macdonald’s blog What’s wrong with the SNH map of ‘core wild land’ | Modern Lives Modern Landscapes | Fraser MacDonald

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