I’m heading back ‘oop north’ tomorrow. Having spoken at the Ilkley Literature Festival on Saturday (hope to write a few words about that soon – but it was fun!) I’ll be quite nearby at the Geography Department in Leeds University tomorrow lunchtime (Garstang level 8 seminar room) and then at the Hebden Bridge Trades Club in the evening.
Leeds University led the EMBER study (Effects of Moorland Burning on Ecohydrology of Rivers) (Inglorious pp 225-9).
Hebden Bridge appears on pages 188-92 of Inglorious and is overshadowed by the rather infamous Walshaw Moor (Inglorious pp 149-57, 175-6, 190-2; and see all blog posts tagged as ‘Wuthering Moors‘ here).
I’m looking forward to both talks – very much. I’m sure I’ll learn things at both.