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New England stone walls lie at the intersection of history, archaeology, ecology and geoscience, and deserve a science of their own

By Robert M. Thorson, Professor of Earth Science, University of Connecticut
New England has thousands of miles of stone walls. A geoscientist explains why analyzing them scientifically is a solid step toward preserving themThe Conversation

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