Full citation: Moore–Colyer, . Sir George Stapledon (1882–1960) and the Landscape of Britain.
Full citation: Moore–Colyer, . Environment and History 5, no. 2 (June 1999): 221–36. As the urbanisation of Britain forged ahead at an alarming rate, with the built areas increasing by some 25 per cent between the wars, there developed the widely-articulated, if rather vague, notion that while the townscape would provide the thrust for change and the spearhead of economic progress, the countryside would remain as a sort of rural idyll, protected and nurtured by.
Moore-Colyer, R. J. from Multimedia Library Collection . from Multimedia Library Collection: Environment and History (journal). Moore-Colyer, R. Stapledon’s suspicions of inductive science and reductionist economics, his concern with holism, ‘spiritual values’ and ‘the nature of things’ and his emphasis upon breadth of vision and the cultivation of the imagination was in stark contrast to many scientists of the day.
Sir George Stapledon (1882-1960) and the Landscape of Britain. This article is concerned with some aspects of the career of Sir George Stapledon, pioneer ecologist, geneticist and agricultural improver
Sir George Stapledon (1882-1960) and the Landscape of Britain. This article is concerned with some aspects of the career of Sir George Stapledon, pioneer ecologist, geneticist and agricultural improver. (1999). The Environmental Relations of Later Mesolithic Cultures: The creation of moorland landscape in England and Wales. Sir George Stapledon (1882–1960) and the landscape of Britain, Environment and History, 5, 221–236. Simmons, I. G. (1996). Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press. (2003). The Moorlands of England and Wales: An environmental history 8000 BC to AD 2000. Thirgood, S. Redpath, S. Haydon, D. Rothery, . Newton, I. and Hudson, P. (2000).
Richard Moore-Colyer. Sir George Stapledon and the Cahn Hill Improvement Scheme: A Dream Turned Reality. Journal: Rural History, Volume 30, Issue 2, October 2019. Published online by Cambridge University Press: 12 September 2019, pp. 243-244. RICHARD MOORE-COLYER. Journal: Rural History, Volume 25, Issue 1, April 2014. Published online by Cambridge University Press: 10 March 2014, pp. 79-99. To Stapledon the grasslands of an island nation were of vital strategic importance and if Britain were to prepare for a future war, her grasslands would require dramatic improvement if they were to provide a reserve of fertility.
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Sir George Stapledon has written: 'The way of the land' . What has the author George Stapledon written? George Stapledon has written: 'The plough-up policy and ley farming' 'The land now and tomorrow' 'Farm crops in Britain'. Reginald George Moore has written: 'Guide to the invertebrate fauna of the Windsor group in Atlantic Canada' - subject(s): Fossil Invertebrates, Paleontology.
Sir George Stapledon, British agriculturalist and pioneer in the development of grassland science. Stapledon graduated in 1904 from the University of Cambridge and returned there in 1906 to begin a study of plant sciences. Thank you for your feedback. Sir George Stapledon. English agriculturalist.
Sir Richard de Stapledon (died 1326) of Annery in the parish of Monkleigh, North Devon, England, was a judge and the elder brother of Walter de Stapledon (1261-1326), Bishop of Exeter. His effigy and monument survive in Exeter Cathedral. Stapledon was probably born at Annery, the eldest son and heir of Sir Richard Stapledon, of Annery, descended from a noble stock