2 edition of Studies of the post-glacial history of British vegetation. found in the catalog.
Studies of the post-glacial history of British vegetation.
Godwin, Harry Sir
Offprint from the Philosophical transactions of the Royal Society of London. B. Biological Sciences. Vol.270, No.909, 26 June 1975.
|Other titles||Philosophical transactions of the Royal Society of London.|
|Statement||by Sir Harry Godwin and Vishnu-Mittre.|
|Contributions||Vishnu-Mittre., Royal Society.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||608|
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Post-Glacial history of British vegetation 97 It is immediately apparent from the long pollen diagrams at bore 2, Old Buckenham Mere (Figs. 5, 6 and 7), that the hiatus in the core sequence below cm must include the greater part of pollen Zones V and VI. The pollen samples from to cm inCited by: STUDIES OF THE POST-GLACIAL HISTORY OF BRITISH VEGETATION.
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Origin and stratigraphy of Fenland deposits near Wooldwalton, Hunts II. Origin and stratigraphy of deposits in southern Fenland. studies of the post‐glacial history of british vegetation xv. organic deposits of old buckenham mere, norfolkCited by: studies of the post‐glacial history of british vegetation v.
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book parish (Fig. To-day it is an area of mixed fen dominated by Cladium mariscus with occasional stands of Phrag-mites communis, Typha latifolia and Chara sp. in isolated depressions left from former.
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book region is outlined and related to the occupancy of the Glastonbury and Meare Lake Villages and to the agricultural activity within the area from the Neolithic period to late Roman by: Studies of the Post-Glacial History of British Vegetation: XVI.
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Series B, Biological Sciences,(), Online publication date: 3. Numerous further records confirm and extend our knowledge of the history of the British flora, especially in the Late-glacial and early Post-glacial periods. Investigations of deposits at a built-over site near the centre of Liverpool disclose a basal stratigraphic sequence characteristic of the west-European Late-glacial by: Studies in the post-Glacial history of British vegetation than the 'New Drift' of England, Wales and Ireland which presumably corresponds with the New Drift of the Weichsel glaciation in north-west Germany and Denmark.
It has been suggested that during the last glaciation a great fresh-water lake occupied. In a series of profiles at the china-clay pits at Hawks Tor, Bodmin Moor, Cornwall, a stratigraphy was found resembling that typical of the late-Glacial Allerod oscillation.
Gravelly-soil layers showing solifluction phenomena overlie the organic muds and peats of a small channel, and these gravels are in turn thickly overlaid with peat. Pollen-analyses from this site, Cited by: 1.
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