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180pp. 30 col. photos. 30 b&w illus. From the Scots Pine windbreaks of the Brecklands to the ancient earth and stone banks of the West Country, hedges are an essential component of regional landscape character. A working knowledge of them is an essential part of every landscape historian's toolkit. This book brings our understanding of them up ot date.

Drawing upon a unique computerised analysis of hedges in Norfolk, the authors explore how hedges came into existence, and how they have changed over time. They move beyond the myth that a hedge can be dated by simply counting species, and develop instead a much more sophisticated account. They point out marked geographic variations in species content and diversity, and explore the ecological economic and histrorical reasons for these differences.

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ISBN 1905119046

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