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Upland common land: the historical record.

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Published

Journal publication date09/2006
JournalThe International Journal of Biodiversity Science and Management
Journal number3
Volume2
Number of pages3
Pages159-161
Original languageEnglish

Bibliographic note

This special issue of the IJBSM comprises the proceedings of an interdisciplinary conference on 'Sustainable Uplands', hosted by the International Centre for the Uplands in Kendal, Cumbria, in June 2006. Conference title: 'Sustainable uplands: future scenarios for people, environment, and landscape.'