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Otmoor, 2000 AD: A Reflection on an English Landscape and its Community

£39.00

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Softcover published by The Otmoor Group, Charlton-on-Otmoor, Oxfordshire. August 2001 reprint (first published March 2001).

This book examines the unique topography of Otmoor's wetlands and grasslands, and reveals how historic social and economic forces shaped the protected landscape that exists today.

Contents:
Foreword by Anne Purse and Andrew Payne
1. A Sense of Place by Bob Bixby
2. 'A Boggy Common': Geography and Hydrology by Bruce Tremayne
3. Geology, Geography and Early History by Chris Cheetham
4. The Last 2000 Years by Chris Cheetham et al
5. Wildlife by Ann Lackie et al
6. Farming, Today and Tomorrow by Richard Hawes et al
7. The Human Population Biology of Otmoor by Ainsworth Harrison
8. Village Reminiscences by Betty Roberts
9. Past Threats, Future Fears and Hopes by Bruce Tremayne

Bump to top corner, otherwise like new.

Item details

Author(s):
Tremayne, Bruce & Lackie, Ann (eds)
Condition:
Used: very good
Dimensions:
155 x 235 mm, 6 x 9 in
Format:
Paperback
ISBN-10:
0953968200
ISBN-13:
9780953968206
Number of pages:
132
Publisher:
The Otmoor Group

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Softcover published by The Otmoor Group, Charlton-on-Otmoor, Oxfordshire. August 2001 reprint (first published March 2001).

This book examines the unique topography of Otmoor's wetlands and grasslands, and reveals how historic social and economic forces shaped the protected landscape that exists today.

Contents:
Foreword by Anne Purse and Andrew Payne
1. A Sense of Place by Bob Bixby
2. 'A Boggy Common': Geography and Hydrology by Bruce Tremayne
3. Geology, Geography and Early History by Chris Cheetham
4. The Last 2000 Years by Chris Cheetham et al
5. Wildlife by Ann Lackie et al
6. Farming, Today and Tomorrow by Richard Hawes et al
7. The Human Population Biology of Otmoor by Ainsworth Harrison
8. Village Reminiscences by Betty Roberts
9. Past Threats, Future Fears and Hopes by Bruce Tremayne

Bump to top corner, otherwise like new.

Author(s):
Tremayne, Bruce & Lackie, Ann (eds)
Condition:
Used: very good
Dimensions:
155 x 235 mm, 6 x 9 in
Format:
Paperback
ISBN-10:
0953968200
ISBN-13:
9780953968206
Number of pages:
132
Publisher:
The Otmoor Group

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