The catalog of wildland scene descriptions accessed through the menus (ALL SCENES, ENVIRONMENTS, ELEVATION LEVELS, THEMES) allows a first-pass consideration of potential settings for video and film, bolstered by focused discussions of earth science information and consideration of narrative potential. A number of these landscape feature types, and several of their specific Reference Locations, could also serve as 'found spaces' for live theater.
Notes on sight lines and limitations of movement across a scene, in Key Details and Story Elements portions of the scene descriptions, were primarily drafted with regard to their effects on characters in story, but they will also highlight practical issues for on-site filming/performance logistics. Distance values in the Dimensions sections are approximate, but should be sufficient for initial consideration of site logistics. Schematic maps included for some scenes can similarly enhance support for first visualization of blocking, but will vary in detail from specifics of the reference location.
The Reference Location sections of scene descriptions provide notes on access for visitation. Many of these scenes present additional challenges of site preservation, power access, and large equipment access that will need further attention in location scouting.