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1 Databases and tools used to identify impacts and values

1 Databases and tools used to identify impacts and values

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This mixed methods research study considers the economic and social impacts of upland, moorland management in the UK and compares them to nationally available data.

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... to adhere to this approach would risk causing unintended but irreversible social and economic catastrophe to our upland communities. Summary 3 1 Introduction 9 1.1 Moorland in the UK 11 1.2 Moorland Communities 12 2 Scope of the research 12 3 ...
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... order to do this, data gathered by the study will be compared with a number of standard UK databases and tools used to identify impacts and financial values. The databases and tools that the study refers to are detailed in Table 2.1. Provide comparative data on national mental well-being using a verified, recognized scale that can be used to compare national well-being levels in rural areas with scores for mental well-being of those surveyed in this study that live in upland areas. ...
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... did have some interviewees that either lived, or had lived, in the Lake District for many years and, where appropriate, we were able to use their primary data along with secondary information. A number of national datasets, as detailed in Table 2.1 on page 13 were used to compare survey responses to national data. ...
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... the web could be likened to removing a leg from a chair: a community might be able to balance in the short-term, but it would cause irreversible damage to its long-term future. Figure 1.1 Percent of jobs at risk due to coronavirus by local authority 10 Tables Table 2.1 Databases and tools used to identify impacts and values 14 Table 3.1 Economic activities, income and expenditure, in Cairngorms National Park 18 Table 5.1 Survey respondents' demographic data 29 Table 6.1 Questions about social networks, community and sense of belonging. 47 Table 6.2 Question about loneliness 48 Table 6.3 Independent t-test results comparing loneliness levels in upland, English, grouse moorland communities with national data 48 Table 6.4 Range of Community Groups Memberships reported by survey respondents 50 Table 6.5 Upland, English grouse managed moorland residents' hobbies' 50 Table 6.6 Sports participation of survey respondents 51 Table 6.7 Survey question around job security in coronavirus pandemic with comparative national data available 53 Table 6.8 Survey question around finding work during the coronavirus pandemic with comparative national data available 54 Table 6.9 Questions asked in short Warwick-Edinburgh mental well-being scale (SWEMWBS) 58 ...