Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||[by] Derek C. Statham.|
|Series||University working paper ;, CES UWP 16|
|LC Classifications||HN5 .C45 no. 16, SB484.G7 .C45 no. 16|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||34, 6 p.|
|Number of Pages||34|
|LC Control Number||73172844|
Moor. Coast. Forest. Dale. The North York Moors is a special place, forged by nature, shaped over generations – where peace and beauty rub shoulders with a rich history and a warm welcome. The open moorland of the North York Moors is the raison d'etre of the National Park. The moorland attracted a large number of research workers so it was decided that they would be invited to cooperate together with land managing interests to develop an overall moorland research programme coordinated and financed partially by the National Park Authority. Heather moorland is rare on a worldwide scale – there is probably less heather moorland in the world than tropical rainforest. Around 70 percent of the world's heather moorland is in the UK and one of the largest continuous expanses of moorland in England and Wales is here in the North York Moors – a sheep could wander from Egton to Bilsdale without leaving it. (). A comparison of upland stream invertebrates in moorland and coniferous woodland in North York Moors National Park, UK. Inland Waters: Vol. 7, No. 2, pp.
The North York Moors National Park covers an area of square miles, including km of rugged, beautiful coastline. There are over miles of public footpaths in the national park, including the mile Cleveland Way. See the best of Whitby and the North Yorkshire Moors on this fascinating and exciting full-day tour to one of Britain's most scenic areas. See the charming market town of Pickering before heading off the beaten track into the North Yorkshire Moors National Park, where there will be plenty of chances throughout your day to capture memorable photos and time to enjoy the picturesque scenery. The North York Moors Historic Environment Record (HER) is the archaeological index for the National Park area and is maintained by the National Park Authority. The database contains summary information on the archaeological knowledge that we hold; it includes non-designated features and sites, Scheduled Monuments, Listed Buildings and. • Section 8: Moorlands in the UK have been used for agriculture for many generations, and land use has significantly shaped the landscapes we now see today. Moorlands in Exmoor National Park and at Aclands provide evidence of changing land use from pre-historic times up to the present day.
The North York Moors National Park offers a beautiful combination of environments, history and activities to suit everyone. With so much on offer, it's a good idea to have a plan to follow - or even a track. Whether you are an avid cyclist or not, you can use the Tour de Yorkshire (28 - 30 April) as your inspiration and your guide. In Stage 1. A summer storm approaching Danby Beacon in the North York Moors National Park: 'There is something numinous in the vastness of moors.' on the publication of his book The Moorlands . The North York Moors – forged by nature, shaped by generations. Come and explore our National Park – square miles of secluded dales, magical moors, ancient woodland, historic sites and 26 miles of stunning coastline, all easily reached from York, Teesside and County Durham. The North York Moors National Park Authority is the statutory planning authority for the National Park. In consultation with the general public, it produces all the planning policies for the area in the North York Moors Local Development Framework and determines all planning applications within the Park .