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Forth Naturalist & Historian.
by Editorial Board, University of Stirling and the Central Regional Council in Stirling
Written in English
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‘Water-borne transport on the upper Forth and its Tributaries', Forth Naturalist and Historian, 28, Harrison, J.G., ‘Coxet Hill and the New Park of Stirling’ Forth Naturalist and Historian, 29, Harrison, J.G., ‘The Royal Court and the Community of Stirling to ,’ Forth Naturalist and Historian, 30, Andrew Mayne. Thomas & Mercer, $ trade paper (p) ISBN
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The annual Forth Naturalist and Historian journal has been published for over 30 years. The hundreds of authoritative articles have covered a diverse range of local topics dealing with anything from whooper swans to prehistoric rock art.
Most volumes include annual local weather records and bird reports, plus book reviews and notes. Forth Naturalist and Historian. 38 likes. Interested in activities and publications concerned with the wildlife, environment and heritage of the Forth areaFollowers: » Forth Naturalist and Historian publications list.
Volume 19 » 3 The Landscape and Geology of Clackmannanshire - M. Browne and D. Grinly.» 26 Book Review (Naturalist) - Loch Lomond; the Forth.» 27 The Corbetts of Central Scotland - Ian Collie.» 33 The Weather of - S. Harrison. Volume 22 Naturalist Papers 3 The Weather of –S.
Harrison. 14 Book Reviews –Forth Integrated Management Strategy; Estuaries of Central Scotland. 15 The Forth Area Bird Report –C. Henty. 43 CARSE: Recording the Natural Heritage of Stirling, Falkirk, Clackmannanshire –Lesley Brown.
45 Wallacebank Wood Wildlife Reserve –Angus Smith. THE FORTH NATURALIST AND HISTORIAN The Forth Naturalist and Historian (FNH) is an informal enterprise of Stirling University. It was set up in by several University and Central Regional Council staff to provide a focus for interests, activities and publications of environmental, heritage and historical studies for the Forth.
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parts of the Forth lowland. After a period of ameliorating climate (the Windermere Interstadial), a worsening of climate led to the re-expansion of glaciers in the Highlands and an ice stream re-entered the head of the lowland Forth Naturalist and Historian, volume 23 3File Size: 4MB.
About this Item: Forth Naturalist And Historian, Stirling, Scotland, Soft cover. Condition: Very Good. Very Good Condition Journal With Minor Marking On Front Cover, Small Denting On Back And Kinking Around Binding.
Binding Is Firm, And No Pages Are Torn Or Missing. Book Reviews:– Scotland for the Holidays – Durie; Stirling’s Talking Stones–Lindsay; The Cairngorm Gateway –Glen; Dreams of Elsewhere – Steiner Sawyer; R.B. Cunninghame Graham: Fighter for Justice – Fraser; Shipping of the River Forth – Hendrie The Forth Naturalist and Historian the Forth Naturalist and Historian.
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This volume has just been published. Some copies will be available for sale (£12 each which includes free membership of Forth Naturalist and Historian) at the meeting on 28 Nov. The volume includes the usual bird and weather reports and several 'naturalist' articles.
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Copies of the Forth Naturalist and Historian (price £10) can be bought at the Stirling University Book Shop or at the Smith Art Gallery and Museum; there is a discount for members of the Forth Naturalist and Historian - click for details. Comments are closed.
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Clackmannanshire, a guide to historical sources. [William C Brown] [Stirling]: Forth Naturalist and Historian, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: William C Brown. Find more information about: ISBN: X OCLC Number.
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Bibliographic information. Title: Doune: Historical Notes: Author: Moray S. Mackay: Edition: illustrated.£12, which includes membership of the Forth Naturalist and Historian Journal if so desired. Available from: Can be purchased directly either from Smiths Book Shop, Stirling University Campus, or the Smith Art Gallery and Museum, Dumbarton Road, Stirling.