What an Atlas, a New Flora

“this Flora of Cornwall is the most comprehensive so far. A 550-page, full colour, hardback book (slightly larger than A4), it is based on a survey of every kilometre square since 1999 and covers 3050 taxa and includes over 1200 distribution maps and more than 1500 photographs. It is based on 2.25 million flowering plant and fern computerised records. Sections include the effects of climate, geology, soils, topography, mining, quarrying and agriculture. There is also information on vegetation history, key habitats, botanicalRead more

Gyre: The Plastic Ocean

‘Sker Bay’; mixed media by Dominica Williamson of Ecogeographer. In Gyre: The Plastic Ocean Booth Clibborn Editions, London Book and exhibition catalogue, 2014 Illustrations for text/essay titled ‘Embedded’ By Dominica Williamson Dominica went to Alaska this year. It was to see the launch of Gyre: The Plastic Ocean and to take her mum on a flight over glaciers for her 70th. A once in a life time event organised by her sister and boyfriend. She did some illustrations for theRead more

Publications about theirwork

There’s been new interest in the project theirwork recently as well as my general practice. Here’s a couple of publications about theirwork and a blog post written by Emmet – co-developer. (I am up-dating the theirwork blog next month so I will make a new link to it later.) Chapter in Rethinking Maps: New Frontiers in Cartographic Theory by Routledge editor Martin Dodge (I will put up the intro to the book sometime; the rest of the chapters you haveRead more