By: Nicola R Bannister (Author)
48 pages, b/w photos, b/w illustrations
Have you ever taken a walk through woodland and seen strange earthworks, such as banks or irregular depressions ? Have you wondered why some woods contain tall trees with clean stems and others have multi-stemmed shrubs arising from the ground? Do you own or manage woodland? Does it contain odd ponds, mounds, banks and have you wondered what they are and what they were for?
If you are a woodland owner, woodland manager or are just interested in woods then this book aims to provide you with an introduction to the archaeology of Surrey's woodlands. It tells you how to identify and recognise archaeological features and how to look after them for the future, whilst still managing the woodlands for timber and wood.
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