James HC Fenton

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Curriculum vitae




Ecology of Scotland

Too much woodland?
What does the evidence suggest? Presentation format, 43pp, 7.08mb. December 2017

Vision for the Uplands
A nature conservation perspective for the Highlands. A4, 3 pages. August 2016.

The Continuing Attrition of the  Landscape of the Scottish Highlands
or A Tale of How Wildness is Lost
16 pages A5, 33 photographs. July 2016

A Future for Moorland: The need for a locational strategy
Published by the Scottish Gamekeepers Association. Full colour, A4 portrait, 36pp, 24 maps. December 2015

Is rewilding destroying the remaining naturalness of the Scottish Highlands?
Paper presented to the Wild Thing? Conference, Sheffield, September 2015

Thoughts and Comments on Protected Areas for Nature – Review:
Report to Scottish Natural Heritage.
February 2015

A Story of Woodland 2014/5

The Upland Ecology of Scotland: A Review of the Favourable Condition Approach in Relation to Grazing and Carbon Storage
A4 portrait, 30 pages, 13 photographs, 5 diagrams. 2014

Scoping of a Moorland Strategy for Scotland
A4 portrait, 5 pages, 5 photographs. 2014

Correspondence between James Fenton & Professor TC Smout on contents of New Paradigm document
A4 portrait, 10 pages. 2013

Towards a New Paradigm for the Ecology of Northern & Western Scotland. A4 landscape, 48 pages, 108 photographs. 2016 edition

The State of Highland Birchwoods
The report of the 1984 survey of birchwoods in Highland Region, for Scottish Wildlife Trust. A4 36 pages. 5mb


Observations on Falkland Islands Peat, Including Long-Term Dynamics

A4 portrait, 12 pages, 38 photographs. 2014

Antarctic Moss Peat: My Work as a British Antarctic Survey Botanist in the 1970s

A4 portrait, 5 pages, 9 photographs. 2014

The Importance of Blanket Peat in Carbon Storage
Visual comparison of carbon stored in peat bogs and in commercial forests. A4 landscape, 10 pages, 15 photographs. 2010