Pollen and stratigraphical analyses of Flandrian coastal deposits in East Sussex.

by C. T. Smyth

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Pollen and stratigraphical analyses of Flandrian coastal deposits in East Sussex. by C. T. Smyth Download PDF EPUB FB2

The results of palaeoecological analyses and lithostratigraphic investigations are used to reconstruct the Flandrian evolution of a valley in the East Sussex Weald, the Brede. Particular emphasis is placed upon mid‐Flandrian vegetational by: The Holocene Coastal Deposits of Sussex 13 and levels (e.g.

Jennings and Smyth ) are dif - cult to justify since where data are available the. The Flandrian interglacial or stage is the name given by geologists and archaeologists in the British Isles to the first, and so far only, stage of the Holocene epoch (the present geological period), covering the period from aro years ago, at the end of the last glacial period to the present day.

As such, it is in practice identical in span to the Holocene. SHYTH, C. () Pollen and stratigraphical analyses of Flandrian coastal deposits in East Sussex. MSc Thesis (CNAA) The Polytechnic of North London and City of London Polytechnic, 87pp.

SMYTH, C. () A palaeoenvironmental investigation of Flandrian valley deposits from the Combe Haven valley, East Sussex. quate~avv St~iws, 2, Cited by: Other articles where Pollen stratigraphy is discussed: Cretaceous Period: Correlation: Angiosperm pollen provides for recognition of zones for the Late Cretaceous of the North American Atlantic Coastal Plain.

The Flandrian Stage began 10 years B.P. and the deposits include the marine and estuarine sediments associated with the Flandrian transgression, river alluvium, peat and blown sand. Movements of sea level are described above. Abstract. The Flandrian sediments of the Fenland record the infilling of the Wash embayment on the east coast of England, UK.

Since at least BP changes in sea level have been a major control on the rate and pattern of sediment accumulation. Journal of Archaeological Science16, Vegetation of the British Chalklands in the Flandrian Period: A Response to Bush K. Thomasa (Received 23 Novemberrevised manuscript accepted 5 December ) The recent papers by Bush & Flenley () and Bush () are important contributions to the continuing debate between ecologists, palaeoecologists and archaeologists about Cited by: Interpretation of the pollen stratigraphy of Late Devensian lateglacial and early Flandrian sediments at Llyn Gwernan, near Cader Idris, North Wales J.

LOWE Quaternary Research Unit, Geography Department, City of London Polytechnic, Calcutta House, Old Castle Street, London El 7NTCited by: Fluvio-lacustrine deposits from a boring core drilled at Domuraty, NE Poland have been examined by pollen and diatom analyses.

These studies allow characterization of the development of vegetation in a long pollen sequence, and of palaeoenvironmental changes in the former basin based on quantitative and qualitative changes in diatom assemblages along the profile studied.

A m peat core from the Sandy Run Creek (SRC) valley in the upper Coastal Plain of Georgia shows that before 30 ka the valley had an aggradational sandy floor with shallow swales and low ridges of m amplitude suggesting a braided stream pattern and a low water table.

The climate from ka was cool and dry and the vegetation open grassland with stands of pine and spruce that produced Cited by: Pollen–stratigraphic evidence is presented from three sites in Glen More on the Isle of Mull, Inner Hebrides, Scotland, which spans the time interval from the wastage of the Loch Lomond Advance glaciers to the virtual disappearance of woodland from the island in the Late Flandrian period.

Figure Scatterplot of the sixty-four pollen levels from the combined North Gill and North Gill 3 pollen data on {a) the first and second and {b) the first and third principal component axes.

Figure North Gill SA: centimetre intervals, tree and shrub pollen percentages. Figure   Of the former extensive peat bog in West Friesland, only small, buried and often cutover remains are left, scattered over a wide region. The results of pollen and macrofossil analyses of the most complete peat profile found to date in this district is presented in this paper.

The vegetation development during the final stage of marine sedimentation in the vicinity of the analysed profile is Cited by: 1. Late-glacial raised beaches and associated marine deposits and clifflines []. Isostatic depression of the lithosphere by the Main Late Devensian ice sheet was sufficiently great to ensure that, although global eustatic sea levels were low during deglaciation, local sea levels around the Scottish ice sheet were high.

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The outline of the aeolian and adhesion morphodynamics and phytoecology in recent coastal and inland sand and snow flats and dunes includes examples from the North Sea coast (Netherlands, Germany and Denmark), Baltic Sea coast (Germany, Poland, Russia and Lithuania), snow flats on ice plates covering frozen inland lakes (Germany), Great Sand Dunes aeolian dune field and Medano Creek sand flat Author: Detlef Mader.

The High Weald is an unusually well-wooded area in southern England. A high proportion of this woodland is ancient, being formerly exploited as seasonal pasture and coppice. Multiple pollen profiles from the Rye area have been used to elucidate the origins of this cultural landscape.

By combining sites with small and large pollen source areas, both local and regional patterns of Cited by: Recent sedimentological and palynological research on subfossil Holocene banded sediments from the Severn Estuary Levels suggested seasonality of deposition, registered by variations in mineral grain-size and pollen assemblages between different parts of the bands.

Here we provide data that strengthen this interpretation from sampling of modern sediments and pollen deposition on an active. There have been few Late Quaternary vegetation records from the acidic lithologies of south east England.

This study reports on investigations from three new valley mire sites (Bagshot, Conford and Hurston Warren), using pollen and charcoal analyses with chronologies provided by radiocarbon dating.

The Bagshot sequence begins at c. cal. BP with high Betula and Pinus sylvestris pollen. The Pleistocene deposits of the Sussex coast, and their equivalents in other districts. Quarterly Journal of the Geological Society, London, 48, [The Sussex deposits are very relevant to Lepe] Reid, C.

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The chronology, palaeogeography and archaeological significance of the marine Quaternary record of the West Sussex coastal plain, southern England, UK. Quaternary Science Reviews, 16, Bates, M.R. The meeting of the waters: raised beaches and river gravels of the Sussex coastal plain / Hampshire Basin.

Description of Alisporites australis de Jerseyfrom New Zealand Fossil Spores and Pollen: an Illustrated Catalogue. Deposits of Pleistocene age._____ 87 metric analyses for percent equivalent uranium were made by B, A.

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Course and application enquiries: +44 (0) [email protected] General enquiries: +44 (0) [email protected] Geology of the New Forest, southern England. Burton, E. St.J. Faunal horizons of the Barton Beds of Hampshire. Proceedings of the Geologist's Association, 44, [By the late Mr StJohn Burton of Barton-on-Sea, fossil collector, palaeontologist and musician.

The Pine Island Site Complex (8LL33), located on Pine Island along the southwestern Gulf Coast of Florida, includes a group of related sites. This complex is located within a large estuarine system comprising Charlotte Harbor, Pine Island Sound, and San Carlos Bay.

Two prominent midden-mound complexes, Brown’s Complex and Randell Complex, include anthropogenic water features. The Biodiversity Heritage Library works collaboratively to make biodiversity literature openly available to the world as part of a global biodiversity community.The early Pleistocene marine formations of East Anglia (Ludhamian to Beestonian) are not represented in the study area, probably because they were not deposited over the Table Provisional Quaternary correlation Marine Chronostratigraphy South East England oxygen isotope stages Series UK Stage (NW European Stage) 1 Holocene Flandrian.Scapa Bay provides direct evidence of relative sea-level rise and coastal retreat during the early Flandrian.

There, a freshwater marsh was flooded by the sea c kyrs BP at c m Abundant sediment supply from nearby drift cliffs was remobilised inland by wave refraction before c.7 kyrs BP, and led to the formation and rapid.