Virtual Landscape Theatre (Moving Forward from Ash Dieback)

Thurs 8 — Tues 13 Aug 2013

Time:
10.00 am — 12.00 noon
Location:
Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh (find us)
Venue:
Real Life Science Studio, John Hope Gateway
Price:
Free
Booking:
No booking required, though groups can pre-arrange longer visits by emailing: paula.horne@hutton.ac.uk

Explore a virtual ash woodland in the James Hutton Institute’s Virtual Landscape Theatre.

See what effects the disease has on an ash woodland and what it could look like in the future. With an easy-to-use hand-held console you can learn about the management options for reducing the impact of ash dieback.

The Virtual Landscape Theatre is an interactive environment for exploring landscapes, changing their content and discussing management options.

Drop-in sessions of 20 minutes run throughout the day.

Sessions available:

10:00 - 17:00, 8-12 August

10:00 - 12:00, 13 August

Groups can pre-arrange longer visits by emailing: paula.horne@hutton.ac.uk

 

In partnership with the Scottish Tree Health Advisory Group. This event is funded by the Scottish Government’s, Rural and Environment Science and Analytical Services (RESAS) Division.

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