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The Practice of Forestry Concerning Also the Financial Aspect of Afforestation by Percival Trentham Maw (£24.00)Publisher: Walter & Walter — 1909Binding: Hardback First Edition. Condition: Good. Gently bruised at the head, tail and corners of the binding with some light fading to the margins of the boards. Edges of the textblock heavily tanned. Previous owners' inscription to the half-title page. Pages lightly age-tanned with scattered foxing throughout.Description: Notes: Size: 9" x 5¾". Green boards with Gilt titling to the Spine. [XIX] 503 pages. Tags: agents and botany broad-leaved clearances coppice dunes even-aged felled fencing forest forestry forests high horticulture land landowners lotting marketing- marking mature measurement operations partial planting preliminary pruning sand shifting systems tending the timber trees underplanting with woodlands young
P&P: UK 1st £6.00. UK 2nd £5.95. EU Surface £9.06. EU Air £9.10. ROW Surface £9.06. ROW Air £16.72

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Upland Britain by Roy Millward; Adrian Robinson; (£9.50)Publisher: David & Charles — 1980Binding: Hardback in a Dust Wrapper. First Edition. [ISBN: 0715378236]Condition: Very Good — in Very Good Dust Wrapper. Gently faded at the spine of the dust wrapper with a knock at the bottom corner of the upper board with commensurate creasing to the dust wrapper at the same. Price Clipped. Remnants of a sticker to the first blank. Text complete, clean and tight.Description: Illustrated with black and white photographs & maps. From the cover: “The wild, dramatic landscapes of Britain’s upland areas have traditionally provided inspiration for artists and writers and a sense of freedom and escape for frustrated city-dwellers. Here, even today, one may walk for hours without seeing more than one or two people, close to the elements and to the tangible evidence of the past.

What is it that gives upland, northern and western Britain its distinctive character, setting it apart so clearly from the lowland south and east? This wide-ranging study — profusely illustrated with informative maps and the authors’ own impressive photographs — analyses the various contributory factors of geology, climate, communications and early cultural links. The history of settlement patterns and land use is investigated in detail from the evidence which remains on the ground, in the field systems of Dartmoor or the hill-forts of North Wales; the authors are especially interested in man’s interaction with his environment, right from the earliest clearances by which our prehistoric ancestors contributed to the growth of the sterile blanket bog on our moors.

This is a strangely ambivalent story, for those very difficulties of terrain and climate which defeated settlers at so many points in history are the same which have preserved the upland country and its history for our enjoyment and instruction today. Now modern technology has solved many of the problems, and we are faced with the choice of bringing new life to the countryside, by the balanced provision of transport and services, or allowing it to be gradually destroyed by unplanned and unchecked commercial ventures.

Whether you are a geographer, a keen walker or simply an occasional visitor, this fascinating book is bound to enhance your appreciation of Britain’s hill country and to leave you concerned for its future.”
Notes: Size: 10" x 7". Blue boards with Gilt titling to the Spine. 239 pages. Tags: ages ancient and britain climate column cultural description england environment exploiting features from geographical geological great high highland history hostile influence land landscapes man middle mountains prehistoric prehistory regions remoteness rock roman scotland stages stone taming the times travel uplands use ways weather western
P&P: UK 1st £3.92. UK 2nd £2.30. EU Surface £6.46. EU Air £6.60. ROW Surface £6.46. ROW Air £11.72

 
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