Ancient Trees in the Landscape
Norfolk's Arboreal HeritageeBook - 2011
Ancient Trees in the Landscape is the outcome of many years research into the history of trees in Norfolk, and represents the first detailed, published account of the ancient and traditionally managed trees of any English county. Yet it is far more than a regional survey. It is an exploration of how trees can be studied as part of the landscape. It discusses how accurately trees can be dated; explains why old trees are found in certain contexts and not in others; discusses traditional management practices and how these changed over time; and looks at the various ways in which trees have been u.
Publisher: Havertown : Oxbow Books, 2011
Characteristics: 1 online resource (191 pages)