By Peter Coxon, Stephen McCarron, Fraser Mitchell
This ebook presents a brand new synthesis of the broadcast examine at the Quaternary of eire. It experiences a few major advances within the final 3 many years at the figuring out of the development and chronology of the Irish Quaternary glacial, interglacial, floristic and career files. these applying the most recent know-how have enabled major advances in geochronology utilizing speeded up mass spectrometry, cosmogenic nuclide extraction and optically encouraged luminescence among others. This has been commensurate with high-resolution geomorphological mapping of the Irish land floor and continental shelf utilizing quite a lot of distant sensing ideas together with MBES and LIDAR. therefore the time is perfect for a state-of-the-art e-book, which supplies a chain of authoritative reports of the Irish Quaternary incorporating those newest advances.
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Glacial processes are now far better understood and we have vastly more ﬁeld data from across the country, both onshore and offshore, yet to some extent we are still hostage to fortuitous discoveries of dateable interglacial and immediately pre-glacial sites. Both Frank Mitchell and Gordon Herries-Davies acknowledged the enigmatic nature of Ireland’s pre-glacial, ‘Tertiary’ history. Several decades on from their seminal publications many uncertainties still remain. References Allen PA, Bennett SD, Cunningham MJM, Carter A, Gallagher K, Lazzaretti E, Galewsky J, Densmore AL, Phillips WEA, Naylor D, Hach CS (2002) The post-Variscan thermal and denudational history of Ireland, exhumation of the Atlantic margins.
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Advances in Irish Quaternary Studies by Peter Coxon, Stephen McCarron, Fraser Mitchell