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  1. Age and significance of aeolian sediment reworking on high plateaux in the Scottish Highlands
Morrocco, S.M.
In: The Holocene Vol. 17 pt/no 3 (2007) p. 349-360, p. 349-360
Morrocco, S.M. (Stefan M.) (Author)00205/2Analytical - journal issuesAdd To Basket
  2. Agricultural emergence and transformation in the Upper Wahgi valley, Papua New Guinea, during the Holocene : theory, method and practice
Denham, T.; Haberle, S.
In: In: The Holocene Vol. 18 pt/no 3 (2008) p. 481-496, p. 481-496
Denham, T. (Tim) (Author)00205/2Analytical - journal issuesAdd To Basket
  3. The application of local and regional transfer functions to the reconstruction of Holocene sea levels, north Norfolk, England
Horton, B.P.; Edwards, R.J.
In: The Holocene Vol. 15 pt/no 2 (2005) p 216-228, p 216-228
Horton, B.P. (Benjamin P.) (Author)00205/2Analytical - journal issuesAdd To Basket
  4. Archaeological and environmental investigations of a lateglacial and Holocene river sedimentary sequence on the River Soar at Croft, Leicestershire, UK
Smith, D.N.
In: The Holocene Vol. 15 pt/no 3 (2005) p 353-377, p 353-377
Smith, D.N. (David N.) (Author)00205/2Analytical - journal issuesAdd To Basket
  5. Archaeological evidence for the first Mesolithic occupation of the Western Isles of Scotland
Gregory, R.A.
In: The Holocene Vol. 15 pt/no 7 (2005) p. 944-950, p. 944-950
Gregory, R.A. (Richard A.) (Author)00205/2Analytical - journal issuesAdd To Basket
  6. Assessing the accuracy of diatom-based transfer functions in defining reference pH conditions for acidified lakes in the United Kingdom
Battarbee, R.W.
In: The Holocene Vol. 18 pt/no 1 (2008) p. 57-67, p. 57-67
Battarbee, R.W. (Richard W.) (Author)00205/2Analytical - journal issuesAdd To Basket
  7. Can we characterise 'openness' in the Holocene palaeoenvironmental record? : modern analogue studies of insect faunas and pollen spectra from Dunham Massey Deer Park and Epping Forest, England
Smith, D.
In: In: The Holocene Vol. 20 pt/no 2 (2010) p. 215-229, p. 215-229
Smith, D. (David) (Author)00205/2Analytical - journal issuesAdd To Basket
  8. Catchment hydro-geomorphological responses to environmental change in the Southern Uplands of Scotland
Foster, G.C.
In: The Holocene Vol. 18 pt/no 6 (2008) p. 935-950, p. 935-950
Foster, G.C. (Author)00205/2Analytical - journal issuesAdd To Basket
  9. A chronostratigraphy of mid- and late-Holocene slope evolution : Creagan a' Chaorainn, Northern Highlands, Scotland
Reid, E.; Thomas, M.F.
In: In: The Holocene Vol. 16 pt/no 3 (2006) p. 429-444, p. 429-444
Reid, E. (Emma J.) (Author)00205/2Analytical - journal issuesAdd To Basket
  10. Dating the Glen Garry tephra : a widespread late-Holocene marker horizon in the peatlands of northern Britain
Barber, K.E.; Langdon, P.G.; Blundell, A.
In: In: The Holocene Vol. 18 pt/no 1 (2008) p. 31-43, p. 31-43
Barber, K.E. (Keith E.) (Author)00205/2Analytical - journal issuesAdd To Basket
  11. Decline and localized extinction of a major raised bog species across the British Isles : evidence for associated land-use intensification
Hughes, P.D.M.
In: In: The Holocene Vol. 18 pt/no 7 (2008) p. 1033-1043, p. 1033-1043
Hughes, P.D.M. (Author)00205/2Analytical - journal issuesAdd To Basket
  12. The declining quality of late-Holocene ombrotrophic communities and the loss of sphagnum austinii (Sull. ex Aust.) on raised bogs in Wales : In : The Holocene Vol. 17 pt/no 5 (2007) p.613-625
Hughes, P.D.M.
In: The Holocene, Vol. 17 pt/no 5 (2007), p.613-625
Hughes, P.D.M. (Author)00205/2Analytical - journal issuesAdd To Basket
  13. A delayed climatic response to solar forcing at 2800 cal. BP : multiproxy evidence from three Irish peatlands
Swindles, G.T.; Plunkett, G.; Roe, H.M.
In: In: The Holocene Vol. 17 pt/no 2 (2007) p. 177-182, p. 177-182
Swindles, G.T. (Graham T.) (Author)00205/2Analytical - journal issuesAdd To Basket
  14. Dinoflagellate cysts and Holocene oceanography of the northeastern Atlantic Ocean
Harland, R.; Howe, J.A.
Harland, R. (Rex (BGS) (Author)BGS Staff Paper 02437Survey staff (external publication)Add To Basket
  15. The disappearance of Sphagnum imbricatum from Butterburn Flow, UK
McClymont, E.L.
In: The Holocene Vol. 18 pt/no 6 (2008) p. 991-1002, p. 991-1002
McClymont, E.L. (Erin L.) (Author)00205/2Analytical - journal issuesAdd To Basket
  16. Estimates of 'relative pollen productivity' and 'relevant source area of pollen' for major tree taxa in two Norfolk (UK) woodlands
Bunting, M.J.
In: The Holocene Vol. 15 pt/no 3 (2005) p 459-465, p 459-465
Bunting, M.J. (M. Jane) (Author)00205/2Analytical - journal issuesAdd To Basket
  17. An evaluation of multielement analysis of historic soil contamination to differentiate space use and former function in and around abandoned farms
Wilson, C.A.
In: The Holocene Vol. 15 pt/no 7 (2005) p. 1094-1099, p. 1094-1099
Wilson, C.A. (Clare A.) (Author)00205/2Analytical - journal issuesAdd To Basket
  18. The Holocene (1991-)
ISSN: 09596836
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  19. Holocene coastal change and geoarchaeology at Howick, Northumberland, UK
Boomer, I.
In: The Holocene Vol. 17 pt/no 1 (2007) p. 89-104, p. 89-104
Boomer, I. (Ian) (Author)00205/2Analytical - journal issuesAdd To Basket
  20. Holocene environmental reconstruction of sediment-source linkages at Crummock Water, English Lake District, based on magnetic measurements
Shen, Z.
In: The Holocene Vol. 18 pt/no 1 (2008) p. 129-140, p. 129-140
Shen, Z. (Zhixiong) (Author)00205/2Analytical - journal issuesAdd To Basket
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