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    The main use of the Land Capability Classification for Forestry is as an aid to decision-making at broad planning levels, as a guide for land managers and as a statement of the natural resources of the land of Scotland in terms of forestry potential for educational and general interest purposes. The system is an interpretation derived from several sources and, as with all such approaches, will be subject to some degree of arbitrary decision. Class F1. Land with excellent flexibility for the growth and management of tree crops Class F2. Land with very good flexibility for the growth and management of tree crops Class F3. Land with good flexibility for the growth and management of tree crops Class F4. Land with moderate flexibility for the growth and management of tree crops Class F5. Land with limited flexibility for the growth and management of tree crops Class F6. Land with very limited flexibility for the growth and management of tree crops Class F7. Land unsuitable for producing tree crops Please cite as: Soil Survey of Scotland Staff. (1988). Land Capability for Forestry of Scotland at a Scale of 1:250 000. Macaulay Land Use Research Institute, Aberdeen.

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    This dataset is a product of the Land Transaction layer within ForesterWeb used for maintaining estate transactions. Ownership relates estates acquisitions held in ForesterWeb, that is used to interrogate and maintain estate transactions by Forest Research on behalf of Forestry and Land Scotland. Attributes; OBJECTID Shape SIGN_DATE TITLE Shape_Length Shape_Area

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    This dataset is a product of the Land Transaction layer within ForesterWeb used for maintaining estate transactions in Scotland. Legal boundary relates to the estate extent held in ForesterWeb, that is used to interrogate and maintain estate transactions by Forest Research on behalf of Forestry and Land Scotland. Attributes; OBJECTID Shape FORESTDIST Shape_Length Shape_Area

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    This dataset is a product of the Deeds Management System. Estates, Forest Planning, Mapping & GeoData and ESRI (UK) Ltd have developed the Deed Management Extension.