Forests, Rainforests

BIC code: RGBL
See also: Earth Sciences

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  • Cover scan of The Great Wood
    The Great Wood: The Ancient Forest Of Caledon
    Jim Crumley - Paperback - Birlinn
    In this appreciation of the Great Wood of Caledon, Jim Crumley explores the past myths, present remnants and future prospects of the historic native forest of Highland Scotland.
  • Cover scan of Woodlanders
    Woodlanders: New Life In Britain's Forests
    - Hardback - Saraband
    A celebration of our woodland culture, including our native species and the people who love them and live and work with them, this book features photographs that highlight the natural beauty of the forest settings.
  • Cover scan of From Peat Bog To Conifer Forest
    From Peat Bog To Conifer Forest: An Oral History Of Whitelee, Its Community And Landscape
    Ruth Tittensor - Paperback - Packard
    By 1900, only five percent of Scotland was tree-covered. During the 20th century, large-scale planting of coniferous trees significantly enlarged the area of woodland. This text focuses on the associated social, agricultural & ecological changes to the Whitelee Plateau, where Ayrshire, Lanarkshire & Renfrewshire meet.
  • Cover scan of A History Of The Native Woodlands Of Scotland, 1500-1920
    A History Of The Native Woodlands Of Scotland, 1500-1920
    T. C. Smout; Alan R. MacDonald; Fiona J. Watson - Paperback - Edinburgh University Press
    A history of Scottish woodlands, this illustrated volume explores the changing relationship between trees and people from the time of Scotland's first settlement, focusing on the period 1500 to 1920.
  • Cover scan of People And Woods In Scotland

    £28.99
    People And Woods In Scotland: A History
    - Paperback - Edinburgh University Press
    This is a history of the trees, woodlands and forests of Scotland and of the people who used them. It begins 11,500 years ago when the ice sheet melted and trees such as hazel, pine, ash and oak returned, bringing with them first birds and mammals and, soon after, the first hunter-gathering humans.

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