Land Use Consultants (LUC) has completed an in-depth analysis of the sensory values of landscapes for the Countryside Council for Wales.
The work involved summarising intricate national data to cull useful statistical information at a national level. The team focused on protected landscapes.
"The report provides key facts, messages and images to interpret landscape character, diversity and quality from the Landmap Visual and Sensory layer," said a spokeswoman.
"The data will help to develop a baseline to measure progress against Welsh Government Environment Strategy targets."
Landmap, which stands for landscape assessment and decision making process, is a GIS-based approach to recording and assessing landscapes.
The visual and sensory layer deals with sensual aspects such as physical landforms and land cover.For more on LUC click here