1 edition of natural history of Upper Teesdale found in the catalog.
natural history of Upper Teesdale
|Statement||edited by D.H. Valentine.|
|Contributions||Valentine, D. H., Northumberland and Durham Naturalists" Trust.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||70p., 2p. of plates :|
|Number of Pages||70|
Original Cloth. 1st Ed. 22 x 15 cm., pp. A collection of chapters by various authors arranged in sections: The plants of Upper Teesdale with special reference to the rare species; The environment and possible explanations for the concentration of rare species; The animals of Upper Teesdale. Aldershot: Gale & Polden, no date (the history ends , National Library of Scotland states c, White states ), , 63 pages, three plates (as the IWM copy), original card wraps. Previous owner's name to title page. Near VG.
The Story of the Redfearns of Upper Teesdale - Ah Cu Fra Tittra Bune War Ther's Neether Sun Ner Mune by Roger Redfearn £ Fluorspar in the North Pennines by The Friends of Killhope £4 Natural History of the Tees Bank Woods between Barnard Castle and . The reason Upper Teesdale is so famous for its spectacular waterfalls dates back nearly million years. Molten volcanic rock solidified to create the Whin Sill, a thick sill of dolerite which is still a feature of the North East landscape to this day, resisting erosion and channelling the River Tees over steep drops, gentler slopes and stepped surfaces.
The money will fund a new edition of the authoritative book, The Natural History of Upper Teesdale by Dr Margaret Bradshaw, as well as talks, guided walks and educational activities for schools. Durham Wildlife Trust will link up with The Upper Teesdale Botany group, run by Eggleston’s Dr Bradshaw to publish an updated edition of her book. The project aims to bring in nature-friendly farming on a “grand scale” across more than square miles of Upper Teesdale in the North Pennines and Upper Swaledale in the Yorkshire Dales, to.
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About this book This book brings together exeprts who have written a comprehensive and compelling account of the natural history of one of Britain's most iconic dales.
Upper Teesdale, in Durham county, is renowned nationally and internationally for its remarkable flora, fauna and geology; these are described and illustrated in depth.
Children must be accompanied by an adult. A key activity is the publication of a new edition of ‘The natural history of Upper Teesdale’ book that is now available. This fifth edition, published just over 50 years since the first, marks the continuing interest in the wonders of Upper Teesdale.
Upper Teesdale, The Area and its Natural History Book Description Collins,first edition, pages, illustrated, map endpapers, Fine in Fine dust wrapper. Natural History of Upper Teesdale The latest edition of "The Natural History of Upper Teesdale" was published by Durham Wildlife Trust in This book was described in the North Pennines AONB Consultation for the area's management plan as "the standard reference work on the area's natural heritage for years to come".
Get this from a library. Upper Teesdale: the area and its natural history. [A R Clapham;]. The Natural History of Upper Teesdale. Bradshaw, M. (revised and edtied by).
Published by Durham Conservation Trust (). Upper Teesdale: The Area and its Natural History by Clapham, A.r. (ed.) at Pemberley Books.
The Natural History of Upper Teesdale. Durham Wildlife Trust has produced an entirely new edition of The Natural History of Upper Teesdale, perfectly timed to coincide with the blooming of spring gentians, perhaps the dale's most famous wild flower.
The first edition of this indispensable guide (below), with only 70 pages illustrated with line drawings, appeared in and has run through four. THE NATURAL HISTORY OF UPPER TEESDALE Paperback – 1 Jan. by M E (editor) Bradshaw (Author)Author: M E (editor) Bradshaw.
TEESDALE'S glacial past has been explored in the fifth edition of a popular book. The Natural History of Upper Teesdale was originally publishedby Professor ine from the Botany Department.
Buy Upper Teesdale: The Area and Its Natural History 1st by Clapham, A. (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible s: 2. Book celebrates Upper Teesdale. A book celebrating the flora and fauna of Upper Teesdale has been published after Durham Wildlife Trust was awarded a grant of £9, by the Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF) to provide up to date information to residents and visitors about the wonders of the area.
Steve Gater, editor of The Natural History of Upper Teesdale 5th Edition proudly holding a finished. About this book. Discover the beautiful wild flowers and countryside of Upper Teesdale with this new walking guide. It details ten unforgettable walks in this botanically fascinating part of.
Plants of Upper Teesdale by Lowe, C. at Pemberley Books. COVID Notice Please read our notice regarding COVID (Coronavirus). The first edition of The Natural History of Upper Teesdale was published in The book is available from Durham Wildlife Trust’s Rainton Meadows and Low Barns visitor centres.
Members are able to buy at a specially reduced price of £8 with a £2 postage and packing charge. Non-members must pay £10 with a £2 postage and packing charge. Visiting Upper Teesdale A Guide for Botanists. Four walks in Upper Teesdale, famous for its rare arctic- alpine flora, taking in High Force, Low Force, and Widdybank and Cronkley Fells.
This guide includes where and when to go, and the best routes to see most of the “Teesdale assemblage”. A checklist of nationally rare and scarce plants is included on the last page.
Teesdale is a dale, or valley, of the east side of the Pennines in County Durham, parts of Teesdale fall within the North Pennines Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty - the second largest AONB in England and River Tees rises below Cross Fell, the highest hill in the Pennines at 2, feet ( m), and its uppermost valley is remote and high.
Buy Nature Tales: Encounters With Britain's Wildlife Paperback by Allen M. Ellis S.P. ISBN: The entire area falls within the North Pennines Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
Much of Upper Teesdale SSSI was formerly designated as Upper Teesdale and Appleby Fells SSSI. Following a substantial revision inmost of the site was divided between two new (but adjoining) SSSIs, Upper Teesdale in Durham and Appleby Fells in Cumbria.
Margaret has published many journal articles, books and educational leaflets. Recently she contributed to the revised edition of the Natural History of Upper Teesdale. She has authored a comprehensive new book on the rare plants of Upper Teesdale, which will be published shortly.
Keel Row Books | Natural History | Evans, Brigadier W H, A Catalogue of the Hesperiidae from Europe, Asia and Australia in the British Museum (Natural History),Harvie-Brown, J A., Upper Teesdale: The Area and its Natural History.
Publisher: William Collins .Buy Veld Plants of Southern Africa Paperback by Hobson N.K. et al ISBN: 1. For a summary of the natural history of Upper Teesdale see: Clapham, A.R. Ed., Upper Teesdale, Collins, London ().