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The material below appears in: Understanding Environmental Issues (2003) (eds) Steve Hinchliffe, Andrew Blowers and Joanna Freeland published by The Open University in association with Wiley and forms part of the course materials for: U216 Environment: change, contest and response.
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Figures 1, 2, 4: © Darren Wycherley; Pdf 1 (page 2), Pdf 3 (page 3), and Pdf 5 (page 5): Crown © reproduced with the permission of Ordnance Survey on behalf of Her Majesty’s Stationery Office, Licence No ED 100020607; Figures 5, 17, 18, 20: © The Environment Agency Eastern Area; Figures 6, 7: © The Environment Agency; Pdf 2 (page 2): courtesy of the Essex Record Office; 8, 9: Hunter, J. (1999) The Essex Landscape: A Study of its Form and History, Essex Record Office; Figure 10: Lucy, G. (1999) Essex Rock: A Look Beneath the Essex Landscape, Essex Rock and Mineral Society; Pdf 4 (page 5) RSPB East Anglian Regional Office; Figures 12b, 13b: © Bob Glover; Figure 14a & 14b: RSPB; Figure 15: East Anglian Salt Marshes, Environment Agency; Figure 16: (c) Popperfoto; Figure 19: Essex Wildlife Trust;
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