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Land Diagram 4

First response by MIKE BAILLIE, Emeritus Professor of Palaeoecology at Queen’s University Belfast and author of A Slice through Time (1995); second response by PAUL WARDE, Reader in Early Modern History at the University of East Anglia and author of Nature’s End:

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Land Diagram 4

First response by MIKE BAILLIE, Emeritus Professor of Palaeoecology at Queen’s University Belfast and author of A Slice through Time (1995); second response by PAUL WARDE, Reader in Early Modern History at the University of East Anglia and author of Nature’s End:

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Land Diagram 3

First response by OWAIN JONES of the Countryside and Community Research Institute, co-author of Tree Cultures: The Place of Trees and Trees in Their Place (2002); second response by PETER LARKIN, New forest-born essayist, philosophy librarian, and poet (Three Forest Conformities, 1997)

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Land Diagram 3

First response by OWAIN JONES of the Countryside and Community Research Institute, co-author of Tree Cultures: The Place of Trees and Trees in Their Place (2002); second response by PETER LARKIN, New forest-born essayist, philosophy librarian, and poet (Three Forest Conformities, 1997)

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Land Diagram 2

First response by cartographic historian MARK MONMONIER, geographic information professor at Syracuse University and author of Coast Lines: How Mapmakers Frame the World and Chart Environmental Change (2008); second response by MARK DICKINSON, experimental landscape poet and author of Littoral (2007).

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Land Diagram 2

First response by cartographic historian MARK MONMONIER, geographic information professor at Syracuse University and author of Coast Lines: How Mapmakers Frame the World and Chart Environmental Change (2008); second response by MARK DICKINSON, experimental landscape poet and author of Littoral (2007).

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Land Diagram 1

First response by MARTIN DODGE, theorist of spatiality and mapping practise at the University of Manchester and co-editor of The Map Reader (2011); second response by GILES GOODLAND, lexicographer and poet (A Spy in the House of Years, 2001, Capital, 2006).

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Land Diagram 1

First response by MARTIN DODGE, theorist of spatiality and mapping practise at the University of Manchester and co-editor of The Map Reader (2011); second response by GILES GOODLAND, lexicographer and poet (A Spy in the House of Years, 2001, Capital, 2006).