report of a survey of agriculture in Caithness, Orkney and Shetland

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Statementby W.H. Senior and W.B. Swan.
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ContributionsSwan, W. B., Highland Development Board.
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Senior, W. H., and W. Swan The report of a survey of agriculture in Caithness, Orkney and Shetland, Inverness, Highland and Island Development Board, Special Report No.

General information on present-day agriculture, pp. Google ScholarAuthor: Robert J. Theodoratus. Senior, W.H. and W.B. Swan The Report of a Survey of Agriculture in Caithness, Orkney and Shetland Special Report No.

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Inverness: Highland and Island Development Board. For Shetland, see pp. and the various statistical tabulations. Google ScholarAuthor: Robert J.

Theodoratus. Caithness and Orkney; and (ii) Shetland. GEOLOGY AND RELIEF NORTH-EAST CAITHNESS AND ORKNEY North-east Caithness and Orkney account for approximately 51 per cent of the land area of Report of a survey of agriculture in Caithness 1. The region is formed largely of rocks of the Middle Old Red Sandstone and consists of a gently undulating landscape of subdued relief with.

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