Water and landscape dynamics in southern Burgundy: two and a half centuries of water management in an agricultural landscape

@article{Madry2015WaterAL,
  title={Water and landscape dynamics in southern Burgundy: two and a half centuries of water management in an agricultural landscape},
  author={Scott Madry and Elizabeth Jones and Amanda Tickner and Seth Murray and Tamara Janelle Misner},
  journal={Water History},
  year={2015},
  volume={7},
  pages={301-335}
}
Abstract This interdisciplinary research project investigates changing patterns of water use in rural Burgundy, France over a 250-year timeframe. This rural landscape is undergoing rapid and major changes, partly driven by European Union policies that govern the environmental impacts of human activities. These policies reflect the power of governments to directly influence local landscapes, and many traditional water mills and ponds have disappeared while others have been repurposed. We seek to… Expand
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