Yorkshire Landscapes Past and Present

Author: Margaret Atherden and Tim Milsom

Price: £8.00 incl. P&P

  • ISBN: 978-0-9553424-0-0
  • Published: 2008

Description

This set of scholarly papers, delivered at a conference held in York, is the result of a collaboration between PLACE and the Society for Landscape Studies. Topics range from a study of how landscapes have been portrayed over the years, through studies of woodlands and medieval landscapes to interdisciplinary research projects enabling whole landscapes to be reconstructed.

  • Robin Butlin: Images of North Yorkshire landscapes c.1600-2000
  • George Peterken: Applying the Habitat Network Concept to forest restoration and management in the North York Moors and Howardian Hills
  • Ian Dormor: Tenure and purpose: two key determinants of woodland character in the Yorkshire Dales
  • Stephen Moorhouse: An interdisciplinary approach to understanding historic landscapes
  • Robert Wright: The granges and estates of Kirkstall Abbey: consolidation and local impact
  • Jane Wheeler: The environmental impacts of iron-working on the woodlands of Rievaulx and Bilsdale, North York Moors, UK, c.1132- 1647
  • Andy J. Howard, Mark H. Whyman, Keith Challis and Kay McManus: Recent work on the geomorphological and archaeological landscape of the Vale of York
  • W.A. Mitchell, J.B. Innes, D.R. Bridgland, A.J. Long, M.M. Rutherford and S. Warwick: Landscape Evolution of the Swale-Ure washlands