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  • Climatic variation ; Environmental management ; Heathland ; Human impact ; Mountain ; Over-grazing ; Scotland ; Sensitivity analysis ; United Kingdom ; Vegetation ; Vegetation dynamics
  • This paper starts by examining the changes that take place in the Scottish landscape and the factors that are responsible for these changes (natural disturbances, such as climate change and fire; man-made disturbances, such as sheep grazing
  • and deforestation). How rapidly and over what spatial scales these changes take place is considered, and then the interactions between the different factors that cause change are addressed. How this can accelerate changes and so increase landscape sensitivity
  • Environmental management ; Geo-ecology ; Geomorphology ; Habitat ; Inherited features ; Landscape dynamics ; Mountain ; Scotland ; Sensitivity analysis ; Soil conservation ; United Kingdom
  • Biodiversity ; Concept ; Environmental management ; Geosystem ; Land use ; Landscape ; Landscape dynamics ; Sensitivity analysis
  • Concept ; Environment ; Inherited features ; Landscape ; Model ; Scale ; Sensitivity analysis ; Spatial variation
  • Environmental management ; Land use ; Leaching ; Nitrate ; Pollution ; Rural landscape ; Sensitivity analysis ; Soil erosion ; United Kingdom ; Water cycle ; Water quality ; Watershed
  • Beach ; Coastal dynamics ; Coastal environment ; Coastal erosion ; Holocene ; Inherited features ; Landscape ; Lithology ; Scotland ; Sea level ; Sensitivity analysis ; United Kingdom
  • Ecosystem ; Environmental management ; Global change ; Hydrochemistry ; Hydrology ; Impact ; Peat bog ; Sensitivity analysis ; United Kingdom
  • Concept ; England ; Flood ; Gully erosion ; Sensitivity analysis ; Soil erosion ; United Kingdom ; Vegetation ; Watershed
  • Concept ; Earth surface processes ; Geomorphology ; Inherited features ; Landscape dynamics ; Resistance to change ; Sensitivity analysis ; Spatial scale
  • Concept ; Ecology ; Human impact ; Landscape ; Landscape dynamics ; Scotland ; Sensitivity analysis ; Soil ; United Kingdom ; Vegetation ; Vegetation dynamics
  • Atmospheric circulation ; Flood ; Global change ; Land use ; Nineteenth Century ; River bed ; Scotland ; Sensitivity analysis ; Stream ; United Kingdom ; Valley floor evolution
  • C 14 dating ; Charcoal ; England ; Holocene ; Human impact ; Indicator ; Ireland ; Lacustrine sediment ; Landscape dynamics ; Palaeo-environment ; Palynology ; Quaternary ; Sensitivity analysis ; Soil erosion ; United Kingdom ; Watershed