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The Future of Surrey's Landscape and Woodlands

By: Margot Walshe(Author), Anne Humphreys(Author), Cathy Fava(Author), Mike Dawson(Author)
150 pages, colour photos, colour illustrations, tables
The Future of Surrey's Landscape and Woodlands
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  • The Future of Surrey's Landscape and Woodlands ISBN: 9781899706501 Spiralbound Dec 1997 Usually dispatched within 1-2 weeks
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Discusses the main issues facing the landscape and woodlands of the county, including rapid landscape change, erosion of local distinctiveness, loss of heathland, downland and open views due to natural regeneration, neglect of woodlands, and lack of timber markets.

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By: Margot Walshe(Author), Anne Humphreys(Author), Cathy Fava(Author), Mike Dawson(Author)
150 pages, colour photos, colour illustrations, tables
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