2 edition of Wetland heritage of the Ancholme and lower Trent valleys found in the catalog.
Wetland heritage of the Ancholme and lower Trent valleys
Commissioned by English Heritage.
|Statement||edited by Robert Van de Noort and Stephen Ellis ; by Henry Chapman ... [et al.] ; with contributions by Alex Bayliss ... [et al.] ; preface by Martin Jones.|
|Contributions||Van de Noort, Robert., Ellis, S., Chapman, Henry, 1973-, Bayliss, Alex., Jones, Martin, 1951-, University of Hull. Humber Wetlands Project., English Heritage.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||334p., folding plate :|
|Number of Pages||334|
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English Heritage (officially the Historic Building and Monuments Commission for England) is a non-departmental public body of the British Government with a broad remit of managing the historic built environment of England. It is currently sponsored by the Department for Culture, Media and Sport/5. Wetland hydrology–See “hydrology.” Wetland indicators–Plants that are adapted to wet-land conditions. Their presence indicates the area may be a wetland. Wetland management–Activities that do not involve changes in soils or hydrology, but may affect wildlife habitat and vegetation. Wetland restoration–The reestablishment of a wet-File Size: 4MB.
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Wetland heritage of the Ancholme and lower Trent Valleys - An Archaeological SurveyEdited by Robert Van De Noort and Stephen EllisUndertaken and published by the Humber Wetlands Project Very good conditionpp.
Lillie, ‘Alluvium and warping in the lower Trent valley’ in R. Van de Noort and S. Ellis (eds.), Wetland Heritage of the Ancholme and Lower Trent Valleys: an Archaeological Survey (Hull, ). Waterton is mentioned in the Domesday Book which records that, before the Norman Conquest, the manor was held by Fulcric who had one carucate of land with a hall.
At the time of the Domesday survey, it was waste. It became the property of the Abbot of Selby and at some point between and when Gilbert de Ver was Abbot, it was given by him to Reiner de Normanby, son of Norman de Ceremonial county: Lincolnshire.
History. Flixborough has had many different spellings through the centuries, from "Flichesburg" in the Domesday Book to Flikesburg, Flyxburgh and Flixburrow.
 Eminson suggests that the first part of the name is an early form of the word cliff, and as the original settlement stood on a sloping cliff overlooking the River Trent, the village's name can be translated as "fortified OS grid reference: SE Its a great book.
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Wetland Heritage of the Ancholme and Lower Trent Valleys. REPORT - INTERIM, RESEARCH, SPECIALIST, ETC: Van de Noort, R and Ellis, S (Eds). Lower Trent Conservation. Lower Trent Conservation is a community-based non-profit environmental protection organization that protects, restores and manages the natural resources within the Lower Trent watershed region.
We work with local communities to create a healthy, environmentally diverse watershed that improves the quality of life for. Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published.
In: S. ELLIS AND R. VAN DE NOORT, ed., Wetland Heritage of the Ancholme and Lower Trent valleys An Archaeological Survey Hull: University of Hull/English Heritage. - LOVELUCK, C.P., Parks and open spaces are essential requirements of a healthy community.
Over 1, hectares (3, acres) of natural open space are held in public trust by Lower Trent forests, valleys, meadows and wetlands form part of a regional system of protected landscapes that depict the natural diversity of the region. Wetland heritage comprises the many kinds of evidence that provide information about past human activity, settlement and environments.
Some types of site, such as trackways, fish ponds, log boats or salterns, are only found in wetlands. Lillie, M. and Parkes, A. () The palaeo-environmental survey of the lower Trent valley and Winterton Beck, in R.
Van De Noort and S. Ellis (ed.) Wetland Heritage of the Ancholme and Lower Trent valleys — An Archaeological Survey, Humber Wetlands Project (English Heritage), University of Hull, Hull, pp.
33– Google ScholarCited by: 2. Flixborough is a parish and pleasant village, 3½ miles northwest from Frodingham station on the Penistone and Cleethorpes branch of the Great Central (late M. and L.) railway, 7 miles east from Crowle and 21 miles north from Gainsborough, in the North Lindsey division of the county, parts of Lindsey, north division of Manley wapentake, Winterton petty sessional division, Glanford Brigg Grid reference: SE Quantifying the effects of erosion on the archaeology of intertidal environments: A new approach and its implications for their management.
Wetland Heritage of the Ancholme and Lower Trent. Funding agreement between the Department for Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS), Department for Communities and Local Government (DCLG), Department for Environment, Food and Rural Af. Water and Wetland Heritage Strategy.
Wetlands are landscape features valued for their habitat and cultural heritage characteristics. They comprise fragile, biodiverse environments such as mires, ponds, rivers and their floodplains and estuaries.
Understanding the distribution, character and value of wetland and waterlogged archaeology. At its June Board meeting, Lower Trent Conservation pledged $15, to help purchase km of undeveloped Lake Ontario shoreline habitat along Presqu’ile Bay. Along the shore of this acre parcel is an intact coastal wetland, which forms part of a large provincially significant wetland and the Presqu’ile Bay Important Bird Area.
A wetland centre or wetland education centre or wetland learning centre is defined by Wetland Link International (WLI – the global network of wetland centres) as ‘any place there is interaction between people and wildlife and CEPA activity occurs in support of wetland conservation’ (see ).
preserve our wetland heritage and to deliver valuable services to society. Case studies of successful wetland projects demonstrate that our ambitions are achievable.
Other maps show areas where a range of different habitat types could be sustained. where new wetlands could be most effective and desirable. They should be used together with more.Lower Trent Conservation, Trenton, Ontario.
1, likes talking about this 85 were here. Lower Trent Conservation is a charitable, community-based environmental protection organization that 5/5(3).Thus an integrated approach to both the natural and cultural heritage is being encouraged and developed. Gathering a number of distinguished authors with diverse backgrounds (from a religious leader to academics to conservation scientists), the book aims to investigate the relationship between human beings and nature, between nature and : Hardcover.