Rural Tree Populations in England: Historic Character and Future Planting Policy

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Abstract

Historians often bring a different perspective to ideas of landscape ecology. Here
the authors show how the dominance of just three trees in the English farmed
landscape is not a result of ‘natural processes’, but a deliberate economic choice
made over centuries.
Original languageEnglish
Pages393-401
Specialist publicationBritish Wildlife
PublisherBritish Wildlife Publishing
Publication statusPublished - Aug 2016

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