2 edition of Somerset levels papers. found in the catalog.
Somerset levels papers.
Somerset Levels Project.
by Department of Archaeology, University of Cambridge in Cambridge
Written in English
|Statement||edited by J.M. Coles.|
|Contributions||Coles, John, 1930-|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||124|
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I bought a copy of Michael Williams' 'The Draining of the Somerset Levels,' which is the definitive book on the subject so far as I can tell. It is certainly very interesting. It tells the story of centuries of relatively ineffective efforts to drain the Levels and to put an end to flooding. Wild guides: Hidden places, great adventures and the good life.
This document explains how the Environment Agency is working with partners in Somerset on a 20 year flood action plan for the long-term sustainable future of the Somerset Levels and Moors. Examine the causes of the Somerset Levels floods, and evaluate the flood management solutions.
During the autumn and winter of –an unusually high frequency of depressions moved across the Somerset Levels, causing both fluvial and pluvial flooding on a prodigious scale.INTRODUCTION. THE PARISHES surveyed within this volume were all significantly affected by that area of low-lying moorland now commonly known as the Somerset Levels, here forming two wide valleys north and south of the Polden Hills.
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