Maps are a brilliant way of understanding and visualising aspects of the landscape. Often patterns or trends go unseen until they are plotted on a map. By overlapping layers from different datasets you can find the links between topics and highlight areas of concern. Above all, you can also track changes in the landscape. Which elements disappear, which are added and which change. In terms of mapping, there has been very little done in this region. We want to concentrate on illustrating our findings as maps, so that we can continue learning, furthering our knowledge and then pass it on to others.To see some of the maps we have created already you can go to our Maps page.If you have an interest or any skills that might be useful for our mapping work, please get in touch with us via email ( or fill out our contact form to volunteer with us.