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Generally, the smaller the management unit, the more important the role of the wider landscape (outside the assessment area) in maintaining conservation values. For example, small forest management units may not support viable populations of large birds or mammals. However, they may be an integral part of a landscape that does. Therefore, numerous small management units (whether natural forest concessions, plantation forests, oil palm plantations or other) have collective responsibility for maintaining landscape level values.

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Poorly planned or implemented consultation can be damaging to both the land manager and the community. g. local communities involved in mapping of resource areas and qualifying dependency on various forest resources. The team should define the HCVs that need involvement of stakeholders and prepare a methodology for collecting and analysing the results. In many cases this will need to be done in advance of a time-constrained ‘HCV assessment visit’ so consideration should be given to who will be involved in this process (team members or separate specialists) and when it will be undertaken (if it is team members then it may be useful to do the work immediately before the rest of the team arrive).

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