Historic Landscape Reconstruction and Visualisation, West Oxfordshire, England

@article{McClure2002HistoricLR,
  title={Historic Landscape Reconstruction and Visualisation, West Oxfordshire, England},
  author={Joanne T. McClure and Geoffrey H. Griffiths},
  journal={Trans. GIS},
  year={2002},
  volume={6},
  pages={69-78}
}
As part of the Wychwood Project in West Oxfordshire, England, aerial photography and historic maps are being used to reconstruct landscape change in the former medieval Royal Hunting Forest of Wychwood. An important objective of the project is to stimulate local interest in Wychwood and promote understanding of its evolution, thereby encouraging the support of stakeholders in the design of future landscapes. The parish of Leafield was selected to develop and test a method for reconstructing and… CONTINUE READING

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