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Mapping landscape values for natural resources management planning. Chris Raymond Land and Biodiversity Services Division, DWLBC. Outline. What are landscape values? Why map them? How do you map them? What do the results look like? What are the implications for NRM planning?.

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chris raymond land and biodiversity services division dwlbc

Mapping landscape values for natural resources management planning

Chris Raymond

Land and Biodiversity Services Division, DWLBC

outline
Outline
  • What are landscape values?
  • Why map them?
  • How do you map them?
  • What do the results look like?
  • What are the implications for NRM planning?
what are landscape values
What are landscape values?
  • Attachment or emotional bond that people develop with place
    • Use value (places that provide tangible benefits)
      • Economic Value
      • Recreation Value
    • Non-use value (places that represent ideas)
      • Spiritual Value
      • Future Value
slide4

Map Layer

GIS Information

**LANDSCAPE VALUES**

Government assets

Commercial activity

Wildfire threat

Salinity

Threatened species

Water quality

Soil type

Towns and suburbs

Planning Study Index Reference

why map landscape values
Why map landscape values?
  • Lack of systematic methods for identifying and integrating community values into NRM
  • Values are linked to political acceptability of land-use decisions
  • Integral to Goal 3 of the State NRM Plan (Peoples and Communities)
    • 3.4.4 “Seek and value the knowledge, skills and expertise of local people, including Aboriginal landholders, in planning and on-ground delivery”
  • Identify place-specific priorities for NRM investment.
how do you map landscape values
How do you map landscape values?
  • Sample
  • Survey Instrument
  • Map
  • Landscape Values Typology
  • Survey Mail Out (Dillman TDM)
  • Data Entry
  • Results Analysis
implications for nrm planning
Implications for NRM planning
  • Systematic and representative process
  • Transparent
  • Identify areas of values conflict and special management concern
  • Overlay with other land attributes for integrated resource management
  • Recognises the role of non-use values in resource decision making
  • Provides a baseline for monitoring and evaluation
references
References
  • Brown, G. 2005. Mapping spatial attributes in survey research for natural resource management: Methods and applications. Society and Natural Resources 18(1):17-39.
  • Brown, G., and Raymond, C. (2007) The relationship between place attachment and landscape values: Toward mapping place attachment. Applied Geography 27(2):89-111.
  • Raymond, C., and Brown, G. (2006) A method for assessing protected area allocations using a typology of landscape values. Journal of Environmental Planning and Management 49(6):797-812.
  • Raymond, C., and Brown, G. (2007). A spatial method for assessing resident and visitor attitudes toward tourism growth and development. Journal of Sustainable Tourism. Anticipated publication in Volume 15, issue 4 or 5..