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An established method for estimating the age of large and veteran trees is reviewed in the context of historic girth measurements of specimen oaks spanning up to 231 years. Such data are used to recalibrate the earlier model and to generate an improved scheme for predicting the probable age of...
This paper examines how useful nineteenth and early twentieth century topographical art can be as a source to help rediscover former cultural landscapes obscured over the last 60 years by ‘spontaneous re-wilding’. It assesses whether the analysis of images and comparison with present day...
Linen is made from flax. Before 1914 the crop had largely fallen out of cultivation in England, but especially in the latter part of the First World War, it became essential for Britain to greatly increase the amount it grew as imports of it largely stopped. The military’s demands for...
Throughout the Second World War, the Luftwaffe attacked Norwich on various occasions. The impact this had on the city was recorded visually on the ‘Norwich Bomb Map’. This cartographic depiction, however, only records a single ‘horizontal’ component of the aerial ‘battlescape’. In reality, the...
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