Old Grassland: Its Archaeological & Ecological Importance: Monks Wood Experimental Station - Symposium #5


Card wraps are edgeworn and spotted; page edges spotted, else internally a good copy. Report of a Symposium held on 18th-19th November 1969. Includes papers on the rate of destruction of grassland sites of archaeological & ecological interest; archaeological fieldwork on settlements & land use in the later prehistoric & Roman period; archaeological excavation involving settlements & land use in the later prehistoric & Romano-British periods; the extent & character of botanical & zoological research on lowland grassland; the historical approach - problems & pitfalls; the historical approach to the ecology of alluvial grasslands; the management of sites of ecological value; the problems of recreation on sites of archaeological & ecological interest; the future of old grassland in lowland England.

Title: Old Grassland: Its Archaeological & Ecological Importance: Monks Wood Experimental Station - Symposium #5

Author Name: Lowland Grasslands Research Section, Monks Wood Experimental Station; John Sheail & T C E Wells

Categories: Natural World, Archaeology and Prehistory,

Publisher: Nature Conservancy: 1969

Binding: Paperback

Book Condition: Fair

Type: Book

Seller ID: 96337-95

Keywords: GRASSLAND, ECOLOGY, ARCHAEOLOGY