To know one's own: estate surveying and the representation of the land in early modern England.
College of Humanities
Item views 0
Full item downloads 0
Showing items related by title, author, creator and subject.
Who cares about rural England's disadvantaged now? The implications of the closure of the Commission for Rural Communities for the disadvantaged people and places of rural England (preprint) Morris, Gordon (Self published, 1 February 2015)For more than 100 years, non-landed and non-Establishment interests in rural England were represented by a succession of three quasi-independent government bodies (quangos) whose roles embraced, to varying degrees, policy, ...
Analysis of the Population Genetics and Polybrominated Diphenyl Ether (PBDE) Burdens of Otters in England and Wales: With Case Studies of Populations in South West England Pountney, Angela (University of Exeter Biosciences, 30 September 2008)Otter populations declined drastically across many areas of England and Wales during the 1960s to 1980s. The main cause of this decline is thought to have been high concentrations of organic pollutants, in particular PCBs ...
Evaluation of children’s centres in England (ECCE). Strand 3: The organisation, services and reach of children’s centres in England Sylva, K; Goff, J; Eisenstadt, N; et al. (Department for Education, 23 June 2015)This report forms part of the national evaluation of children’s centres in England (ECCE) research study. The evaluation looks at the management, organisation and programmes offered in the centres.