A Land for all Reasons (1978)

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Analyses the differing points of view on the future use of an ecologically unique area, the Somerset peat levels (in particular the Sedgemoor marshes). Illustrates the kind of research necessary to access the potential of such a region and describes the work of two Natural Environment Research Council bodies: the Institute of Terrestrial Ecology and the Experimental Cartography Unit. Intended for general audiences

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