Boundary Types Match up with HNV

Some nice outputs from BRIAR projects. Field Boundary geographic distribution mirrors HNV. See here.

 

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New National Map of High Nature Value farmland in Ireland now on-line

One of the outputs of the HNV project was creating a national HNV indicator map for Ireland.

This digital map is now on line, on the Teagasc map viewer.

The map is shows the likelihood of finding HNV farmland in an ED, with 5 being almost certain to find HNV and 1 being almost certain not to find HNV.

Technical details can be found on the map construction are published in the Journal of Maps:

Matin, S., Sullivan, C. A., Ó hUallacháin, D., Meredith, D., Moran, J., Finn, J. A., & Green, S. (Writers). (2016). Predicted distribution of High Nature Value farmland in the Republic of Ireland [doi: 10.1080/17445647.2016.1223761], Journal of Maps: Taylor & Francis.

 

 

 

Teagasc Agriculural Land Use Workshop, RDS Dublin, 19th May

Ireland Land Cover & Land Use

  • Teagasc Land Use Change Workshop, May 19, RDS (am)

Land Use and Land Mobility is a complementary driver of future productivity growth in Irish Agriculture. . At this workshop a report prepared by Teagasc on Agronomic, Economic and Policy Drivers of land Use Change will be launched. An outline of the programme is as follows:

Chair – Paddy Brown        -(Head of Crops, Environment and Land Use Programme, Teagasc)

  • 1045 Opening of Workshop
  • 1055 Oireachtas Committee Report, “Land Use – Maximising It’s Potential” (Andrew Doyle, TD, Chairman of the Joint Oireachtas Committee on Agriculture, Food and the Marine )
  • 1120 Agronomic, Functional Soils and Environmental Drivers for Land Use Change (Rogier Schulte, Reamonn Fealy, Teagasc)
  • 1140 Policy and Economic Drivers of Land Use Change (Cathal O’Donoghue and Anne Kinsella, Teagasc)
  • 1200 Economic and Environmental Scenarios for Land Use Change (Trevor Donnellan, Teagasc)
  • 1220 Discussion
  • 1245 End

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