A GIS aided study of agriculture and landscape in Midland England

Tom Williamson, Robert Liddiard, Tracey Partida, Glenn Foard, David Hall & Aleksandra McClain
A study of the Midland landscape from prehistoric times to the nineteenth century, using digital mapping and GIS to investigate the relationship between agricultural technology, field systems, environment and social structure. Using a wide range of sources, both archaeological and documentary, the project addresses two key areas: the origins and development of the medieval landscape of nucleated villages and extensive open fields; and the dissolution of that landscape through enclosure and land use change. The...
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