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Mapping Field Patterns: A Case Study from Eastern England

Mapping Field Patterns: A Case Study from Eastern England AbstractThis article presents, and discusses, a map showing variations in the character of field boundaries in eastern England. It suggests that the familiar distinction between 'planned' and 'ancient' countryside can in some ways serve to obscure aspects of landscape variation; and argues that particular kinds of field pattern are strongly correlated with soil types and other environmental factors. It also discusses some of the limitations of current 'Historic Landscape Characterisation' exercises. http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Landscapes Taylor & Francis

Mapping Field Patterns: A Case Study from Eastern England

Landscapes , Volume 7 (1): 13 – Apr 1, 2006
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Publisher
Taylor & Francis
Copyright
© 2006 Maney
ISSN
2040-8153
eISSN
1466-2035
DOI
10.1179/lan.2006.7.1.55
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Abstract

AbstractThis article presents, and discusses, a map showing variations in the character of field boundaries in eastern England. It suggests that the familiar distinction between 'planned' and 'ancient' countryside can in some ways serve to obscure aspects of landscape variation; and argues that particular kinds of field pattern are strongly correlated with soil types and other environmental factors. It also discusses some of the limitations of current 'Historic Landscape Characterisation' exercises.

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LandscapesTaylor & Francis

Published: Apr 1, 2006

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