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deglaciation pattern of the Western Grampians of Scotland.
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Surface and basal long profiles are reconstructed for 13 outlet glaciers that drained ice from a large ice field (80 km by km) that formed in the western Grampians of Scotland during part of.
The ages of 31 postglacial rock-slope failures (RSFs) in Scotland and NW Ireland, derived from 89 cosmogenic isotope exposure ages, are employed to analyse the temporal pattern of failure and its.
The distribution and pattern of glacial landforms and deposits, particularly those of meltwater origin, suggest that the entire area of north-east Scotland was covered by the Late Devensian ice sheet. The latter was composed of three distinct ice streams with a triple junction zone located over central by: Scottish Journal of Geology, 10, A lateglacial ice cap in the central Grampians, Scotland.
Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers, 62, Lateglacial marine erosion in Scotland. Boreas, 3, Glacial readvances in Scotland. In: Caseldine, C.J.
and Mitchell, W.A. (eds) Problems of the Deglaciation of Scotland, pp Cited by: Unfortunately, this book can't be printed from the OpenBook.
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Eastern Scotland (Sheet 5) covers a total land area of 24 square kilometres and spans an altitude range from sea level to metres on Ben Macdui. the second highest peak in the United Kingdom. Lying mainly between the Moray Firth and the Firth of Forth.
Benn, D. () The genesis and significance of “hummocky moraine”: evidence from the Isle of Skye, Scotland, Quaternary Science Revi – CrossRef Google Scholar Bennett, M.R. () Morphological evidence as a guide to deglaciation following the Loch Lomond Readvance: a review of research approaches and models, Scottish Cited by: 3.
BROWN, I M. Pattern of deglaciation of the last (Late Devensian) Scottish ice sheet: evidence from ice-marginal deposits in the Dee valley, north-east Scotland.
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Detailed field mapping of glacial and paraglacial landforms and optical dating from these landforms are used to reconstruct the early Holocene glaciation in the semi-arid region of Miyar basin, Lahaul Himalaya.
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Vegetation. The two regions isolated for this comparison are the Maritime Provinces of Canada and the U.S. state of Maine on the western edge of the North Atlantic, and the Scottish Western Highlands and Islands surrounding the Minch on the ocean’s eastern edge.
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