Carter, S. P., Tipping, R., Davidson, D. A., Long, D. and Tyler, A., (1997). A multiproxy approach to the function of postmedieval ridge-and-furrow cultivation in upland northern Britain. Holocene 7 (4). Vol 7(4), pp. 447-456. https://doi.org/10.1177/095968369700700407 .

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A multiproxy approach to the function of postmedieval ridge-and-furrow cultivation in upland northern Britain
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Holocene 7 (4)
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The Holocene
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7 (4)
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447 - 456
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https://doi.org/10.1177/095968369700700407
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Journal
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Reports on a multi-disciplinary study of the remains of agricultural activity preserved beneath rough pasture uplands of Tweeddale in southern Scotland. Archaeological survey, documentary research, and palaeoecological reconstruction through pollen analysis were used, supported by 210Pb and other forms of dating. Documentary evidence suggests the ploughing was undertaken in the nineteenth century as a form of pasture improvement for sheep grazing.
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Stephen P Carter
Richard Tipping
Donald A Davidson
Deborah Long
Andrew Tyler
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1997
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Subject - Auto Detected: Sheep Grazing
Subject - Auto Detected: Pollen Analysis
Temporal - Auto Detected: Nineteenth Century
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The British & Irish Archaeological Bibliography (BIAB)
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20 Jan 2002