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First published in 1925, this book provides an account of some observations, problems and experimental work relating to the ecology of the vegetation of the East Anglian heath district known as the Breck Country or Breckland. Lying in the low rainfall area of East Anglia, the district is noted for its sandy soil and heath-dominated vegetation and represents the nearest approach in Great Britain to continental steppe conditions. Illustrated with an abundance of photographs and diagrams, this early twentieth-century study will appeal to anyone with an interest in the history of ecology in East Anglia.
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