A historical GIS for England and Wales : a framework for reconstructing past geographies and analysing long-term change

@inproceedings{Gregory2001AHG,
  title={A historical GIS for England and Wales : a framework for reconstructing past geographies and analysing long-term change},
  author={Ian N. Gregory},
  year={2001}
}
This thesis describes the creation and possible uses of a Geographical Information System that contains the changing boundaries of the major administrative units of England and Wales from 1840 to 1974. For over 150 years the census, the General Register Office, and others have used these units to publish a wealth of data concerning the population of the country. The key issue addressed by the thesis is that changes in the administrative geography have hampered much research on long-term change… CONTINUE READING

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