2 edition of Lincolnshire and Rutland Limestone natural area profile. found in the catalog.
Lincolnshire and Rutland Limestone natural area profile.
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The area is characterised by rolling hills, magnificent stately homes and quaint limestone villages. Stamford is just 20 minutes away and is frequently described as the "finest stone town in England" and has been used as the backdrop for several television series and blockbuster movies including Pride and Prejudice and the Da Vinci Code/10(37). Rutland is a landlocked ceremonial county in the East Midlands of England. In it was merged to be part of the administrative county of Leicestershire, but in it was separated to become a unitary local authority, which is responsible for all local services apart from the police and fire is mainly rural, but has two market towns, Oakham, the county town, and .
Rutland Formation. This was formerly known as the Upper Estuarine Series. The Stamford Member at its base consists of quartz rich silts with conspicuous truncated rootlets. Lincolnshire Limestone Formation. The Lincolnshire Limestone weathers brown. The brown colour derives from the weathering of microscopic pyrite. Rutland (/ ˈ r ʌ t l ə n d /) is a landlocked county in the East Midlands of England, bounded to the west and north by Leicestershire, to the northeast by Lincolnshire and the southeast by Northamptonshire.. Its greatest length north to south is only 18 miles (29 km) and its greatest breadth east to west is 17 miles (27 km). It is the smallest historic county in England and the Constituent country: England.
Lincolnshire is an extremely picturesque county, full of varied landscapes, natural wonders, and stunning wildlife. From limestone cliffs to rolling hills and fens, you can explore the countryside and catch a glimpse of a wide array of flora and fauna. There are also lots of wonderful walks within the area, including the Area of Natural. Limestone Books. Travis Country Circle Austin, TX, U.S.A. Joined Decem
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Lincolnshire & Rutland Limestone Natural Area. This natural area, about one fifth the size of Lincolnshire, is defined by its underlying limestone geology. The thin lime-rich soils found Lincolnshire and Rutland Limestone natural area profile.
book can support a very high biodiversity if limestone grassland can be conserved. Limestone grassland now only occupies a tiny proportion (%). CiteSeerX - Document Details (Isaac Councill, Lee Giles, Pradeep Teregowda): The Lincolnshire and Rutland Limestone Natural Area is rich in wildlife.
Grasslands, woodlands and rivers support a wealth of plants and animals, some of national and even international importance such as the native crayfish. The Natural Area concept allows us to take significant steps forward in. Area profile: 2 Leicestershire and Nottinghamshire Wolds dominated by the Lincolnshire Limestone.
The Vale of Catmose separates the associated with outcrops of Jurassic limestone. In the south, Rutland Water reservoir is an important source of water for. The Southern Lincolnshire Edge is an area of clear character defined by the dramatic limestone cliff to the west and the dip slope that drops gently away to the edge of the fens in the east.
The Kesteven Uplands National Character Area (NCA) is a gently rolling, mixed farming landscape dissected by the rivers Witham and the East and West Glen.
The area lies at the junction of Lincolnshire, Cambridgeshire, Northamptonshire, Leicestershire and Rutland. However, the majority falls within the historic Kesteven district of Lincolnshire which extends.
Clipsham Old Quarry contains important exposures of Lincolnshire Limestone and some of the best areas of species-rich limestone grassland in the County. Pickworth Great Wood is one of the largest remaining blocks of deciduous woodland in Leicestershire and contains stands representative of ancient, semi-natural woodland on clay soils in Central.
Lincolnshire Wolds Supporting documents National Character Area profile: Introduction As part of Natural England’s responsibilities as set out in the Natural Environment White Paper1, Biodiversity 2 and the European Landscape Convention 3, we are revising profiles for England’s National Character Areas (NCAs).
These are. north and east the area abuts the Leicestershire and Nottinghamshire Wolds NCA, rising. steeply out of the Wreake Valley, but with a more gradual transition towards the Vale of. Catmose and Rutland Water towards the east over limestone lowlands.
There is considerable variety in landform across the NCA. The Lincolnshire Limestone Formation is a geological formation in England, part of the Inferior Oolite Group of the Middle Jurassic strata of eastern England.
It was formed around million years ago, in a shallow, warm sea on the margin of the London Platform and has estuarine beds above and below it. The maximum known thickness is metres, at around TF, while Named for: Lincolnshire.
The Lincolnshire Wolds is a range of hills in the county of Lincolnshire, is a designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB), and the highest area of land in eastern England between Yorkshire and run roughly parallel with the North Sea coast, from the Humber Estuary in the north-west to the edge of the Lincolnshire Fens in the nates: 53°21′0″N 0°6′0″W / °N.
Life on the Verge is the largest wild flower survey of Britain's roadside verges. It aims to identify the most important roadside verges for limestone grassland wildlife in Lincolnshire, Rutland and East Leicestershire.
It will rely on local volunteers of all skill levels - please help if you can. The Lincolnshire Wolds is a range of hills in the county of Lincolnshire, is a designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB), and the highest area of land in eastern England between Yorkshire and run roughly parallel with the North Sea coast, from the Humber Estuary in the north-west to the edge of the Lincolnshire Fens in the south-east.
A new lithostratigraphy is described for the Lincolnshire Limestone Formation (Middle Jurassic) in Lincolnshire and Rutland (Leicestershire). Fundamental to the scheme are two horizons, the bases of the Lincoln and Sleaford Members, which permit county-wide correlation and the subdivision of the formation into three informal units: lower, middle and upper Lincolnshire by: Copper Hill Quarry, Ancaster.
Upper Lincolnshire Limestone, part of the Lower Lincolnshire Limestone. (Sumbler and others, ). Reference(s): Ashton, M The stratigraphy of the Lincolnshire Limestone Formation (Bajocian) in Lincolnshire and Rutland (Leicestershire).
Proceedings of the Geologists' Association, Vol, Judd, J W. Lincolnshire (abbreviated Lincs.) is a county in the East Midlands of England, with a long coastline on the North Sea to the borders Norfolk to the south-east, Cambridgeshire to the south, Rutland to the south-west, Leicestershire and Nottinghamshire to the west, South Yorkshire to the north-west, and the East Riding of Yorkshire to the north.
It also borders Constituent country: England. The Lincolnshire Limestone is very well exposed in the quarries here, and provides an important section through the whole formation. The development of small-scale depositional cycles and gastropod-rich Nerinea Beds in the Lower Lincolnshire Limestone is particularly significant.
Ketton Main Quarry has been designated the. Ashton, M The stratigraphy of the Lincolnshire Limestone Formation (Bajocian) in Lincolnshire and Rutland (Leicestershire).
Proceedings of the Geologists' Association, Vol, Gaunt, G D, Fletcher, T P and Wood, C J. Geology of the country around Kingston upon Hull and Brigg. Description. The scarp is formed by resistant Middle Jurassic rocks, principally the Lincolnshire Limestone series, and is remarkable for its length and straightness.
It runs for over 50 miles from the Leicestershire border near Grantham to the Humber Estuary, and is broken only twice by river gaps at Ancaster and Lincoln, through which the rivers Slea and Witham respectively flow. The Wellingborough Limestone thins and loses its character northwards such that it is not recognisable in Rutland, where the formation above the Stamford Member is called the Castle Member (Hudson and Clements, ).
This is approximately equivalent to the ‘Priestland Clay Member’ (Gaunt et al., ) of central Lincolnshire to east Yorkshire. gradually expanded in order to satisfy not only Lincolnshire’s demand for limestone but that of the adjacent counties and areas beyond, including Cambridgeshire (e.g.
Ely and Peterborough cathedrals), Norfolk, Northamptonshire, Rutland and even Suffolk. To the north of Lincoln, the Lincolnshire Limestone Formation. Here at the Clipsham Stone Cutting Company, our aim is simple: To highlight your home’s best characteristics, with stunning stone features.
We already work with hundreds of proud homeowners throughout the Oakham, Uppingham, Rutland, Stamford, Lincolnshire and Leicestershire areas, supplying high-quality stone for a range of building projects.Carlby lies within Natural England’s Character A the Kesteven Uplands; and Natural A Lincolnshire and Rutland Limestone.
There is a lot of woodland around Carlby and our gardens enjoy visits from a number of bird species. Although no part of the Parish is formally designated as of Special Scientific Interest. Some of the country's best building stones go under the title Lincolnshire limestone. It is a bit of a cheek, because many of the quarries actually lie in Northamptonshire - hence the remarkable.