Title
Historical perspectives on the development of multifunctional landscapes : a case study from the UK uplands
Description
A review of stakeholder perspectives of the development of upland landscapes in the Peak District, UK
URL
http://www.earthscan.co.uk/?tabid=49378
URL Description
Book details
Language
English
Author
Dugald Tinch
Author
Nick Hanley
Author
Paulette Posen
Author
Kevin Gaston
Author
Martin Dallimer
Editor
C. Martijn van der Heide
Editor
Floor Brouwer
Author
Paul Armsworth
Author
Szvetlana Acs

stakeholders; perception; Peak District; landscape; management; policy

Is this item peer reviewed?
Yes
ISBN
9781844075775
Publisher
Earthscan Publications
Date of publication
01 January 2009
Number of pages
336
Page reference
277
Place of publication
London
Book title
Multifunctional rural land management : economics and policies
Is this item a pre-print or post-print?
Postprint
Harvard
Tinch, Dugald et al (2009) Historical perspectives on the development of multifunctional landscapes : a case study from the UK uplands. In: Multifunctional rural land management : economics and policies. London: Earthscan Publications. pp. 277.
Vancouver
Tinch Dugald et al. Historical perspectives on the development of multifunctional landscapes : a case study from the UK uplands. In: Multifunctional rural land management : economics and policies. London: Earthscan Publications; 2009. p. 277.