Oral and poster presentations

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Plenary Session, Monday 15 November 2010

NameOrganisationDetails

Gavin Miles

Cairngorms National Park Authority

7000 years of research in the Park but what do we need to know? [View Presentation]

Annie Robinson

NESBReC

Cairngorms Biological Recording System: How to get involved [View Presentation]

Simon Langan

Macaulay Land Use Research Institute

Working with Stakeholders to Manage Extreme River Flows [View Presentation]

Alan Rankin

The Cairngorms Business Partnership

Collaborating to Compete [View Presentation]

Clive Bowman

Centre for Mountain Studies, Perth College UHI

Clim-ATIC: Climate change adaptation capacity building in the Cairngorms [View Presentation]

Kirsty Blackstock

Macaulay Land Use Research Institute

Going beyond a line on the map: Co-researching the Cairngorms [View Abstract] [View Presentation]

Sustainable Land Use Session, Monday 15 November 2010

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Jan Dick

Centre for Ecology and Hydrology

Sustainable use of land based ecosystem services within the Cairngorm National Park [View Abstract] [View Presentation]

Steve Carver

Wildland Research Institute Wildness in the Cairngorms National Park [View Abstract] [View Presentation]
Mike Donaghy Mike Donaghy Associates Views and experience of land managers in upper Strathspey, Highland Region, Scotland regarding the application of land management measures for flood risk reduction and their experience of climate change impacts on their land management practices [View Abstract] [View Presentation]
Rachel Helliwell Macaulay Land Use Research Institute Can nitrogen pollution and land management threaten soil quality in a Scottish alpine heathland? [View Abstract] [View Presentation]
Marshall Halliday Esk Rivers and Fisheries Trust The control/eradication of giant hogweed and Japanese knotweed in the catchment of the river South Esk - Year one experience [View Abstract] [View Presentation]
Silvia Flaherty University of Edinburgh The impact of forest stand structure on red squirrel habitat use in Abernethy Forest, Scotland [View Abstract] [View Presentation]
Christiane Nitsch Centre for Mountain Studies, Perth College UHI An Investigation into the distribution of the Bilberry Bumblebee, Bombus monticola, in the Cairngorm National Park [View Abstract] [View Presentation]
Vanessa Kirkbride Scottish Natural Heritage Geodiversity of the Cairngorm Mountains [View Abstract] [View Presentation]

Sustainable Forests Session, Monday 15 November 2010

NameOrganisationDetails

Ruth Mitchell

Macaulay Land Use Research Institute

Woodland regeneration within the Cairngorms National Park: where to target it and the impacts of woodland regeneration on ecosystem services and biodiversity. [View Abstract] [View Presentation]

William Boyd Wallis Cairngorms National Park Authority Montane Scrub in the Cairngorms [View Presentation]

Note: presentation was made on behalf of Duncan Halley

Mark Hancock RSPB Testing new techniques for managing native pinewoods: prescribed burning and cattle grazing [View Abstract] [View Presentation]
Colin Edwards Forest Research Converting Scots pine plantations to more natural structures – experimental evidence and practical experience [View Abstract]
Steve Penny Forest Research Forest Research and Stakeholder Engagement [View Presentation]
Heather McHaffie Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh Montane Willow Restoration Projects [View Abstract] [View Presentation]
Stefania Pizzirani Forest Research Analysing forest sustainability under various climate change scenarios: a case study in northern Scotland [View Abstract] [View Presentation]
Rob Mc Morran Centre for Mountain Studies, Perth College UHI Do forest scale and ownership matter for sustainable multifunctional forestry? A case study of forest management in the Cairngorms [View Abstract] [View Presentation]

Sustainable Communities and Destinations Session, Monday, 15 November 2010

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John Carnie

Royal Deeside & The Cairngorms DMO

Market development opportunities for Food Tourism projects in Royal Deeside and the Cairngorms [View Abstract] [View Presentation]

Beata Kupiec-Teahan Scottish Agricultural College Key issues for developing the retailing of mountain quality food products (MQFPs): Lessons from the EU EuroMARC project [View Abstract] [View Presentation]
Rob McMorran Centre for Mountain Studies, Perth College UHI Benefits and impacts of the grouse shooting industry – the rural community perspective. A case study of the Tomintoul and Strathdon Communities[View Abstract] [View Presentation]
Xavier Lambin University of Aberdeen Turning back the tide of American mink invasion in the Cairngorms National Park through community participation and adaptive management [View Presentation]
Keith Marshall Macaulay Land Use Research Institute Balancing rights and responsibilities: The implementation of outdoor access legislation in the CNPA [View Abstract] [View Presentation]
John McClatchey Environmental Research Institute, North Highland College UHI Climate change and the skiing industry in the Cairngorms, Scotland [View Abstract]
Is there potential to extend the skiing season at Cairngorm?[View Abstract] [View Presentation]
Kathy Velander Edinburgh Napier University Ecotourism Appraisal [View Abstract [View Presentation]

Poster Session, Tuesday 16 November 2010

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Althea Davies

Macaulay Land Use Research Institute

1. Addressing conflicts over natural resources: using participatory GIS to facilitate consensus over wild deer management [View Abstract]

Althea Davies  Macaulay Land Use Research Institute  2. Farming retreat from the hills - consequences for deer and biodiversity [View Abstract]
Diana Gilbert University of Edinburgh and Macaulay Insitute Where will montane scrub grow? [View Abstract]
John Gordon Scottish Natural Heritage Links between geodiversity and biodiversity on mountain plateaux in the Cairngorms: the importance of understanding terrain sensitivity in conservation management [View Abstract]
Leah Jackson-Blake Macaulay Land Use Research Institute Can environmental traits be used to understand nitrogen leaching? [View Abstract]
John McClatchey Environmental Research Institute Climate change and the skiing industry in the Cairngorms, Scotland [View Abstract]
Vanessa Kirkbride Scottish Natural Heritage 1. The Geomorphological Heritage of the Cairngorm Mountains [View Abstract]
Vanessa Kirkbride  Scottish Natural Heritage  2. Journeys Through Time: experiencing past environments in the Cairngorms [View Abstract]
Keith Marshall Macaulay Land Use Research Institute Insights from the Macaulay Land Use Research Institute's broad range of research in the Cairngorms National Park [View Abstract]
Clive Bowman Centre For Mountain Studies, Perth College UHI Clim-ATIC: Climate change adaptation posters:
Deborah Davies        1. Use of climate change projections for the stakeholder decision making in the Park
2. Developng a climate change adaptation strategy for the tourism sector
3. Assessing the impacts of climate change on the Upper Spey Catchment
4. Demonstrating the use of an electric vehicle in a rural area
5. 'Stay and Play' - using ICT to sell tourism products6. Building the capacity for woodfuel use in the National Park