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Moving forward from ash dieback

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Public event
8-13 August 2013, 10am: Free
at the John Hope Gateway, Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh EH3 5LR
for members of the public
Virtual Landscape Theatre showing a simulated woodland

As part of the RGBE event "Moving forward from ash dieback" the James Hutton Institute's Virtual Landscape Theatre will enable visitors to explore a virtual ash woodland to explore the effects ash dieback could have and the impact that would have on the future of our woodlands.

The event at the John Hope Gateway, Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh will also enable visitors to explore different management options to reduce the impact of ash dieback with an easy-to-use hand held console.

Drop-in sessions lasting around 20 minutes will run from 10am - 5pm from 8-12 August and from 10am - 12pm on 13 August. Groups can pre-arrange longer visits by emailing Paula Horne.

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The James Hutton Research Institute is the result of the merger in April 2011 of MLURI and SCRI. This merger formed a new powerhouse for research into food, land use, and climate change.