This volume contains more articles on the Irish postglacial. See table of contents for more details
D. Paddy Sleeman and Jens Carlsson
Ireland, an unexpected focus for genetic biodiversity and the ecological implications.
D. Paddy Sleeman
The use of genetics to infer the origins of the terrestrial and freshwater element of the Irish fauna.
Jens Carlsson, Tom F. Cross, Philip McGinnity, Paulo A. Prodöhl, and Allan D. McDevitt
Ireland's native mammals: a survey of the archaeological record.
Peter C. Woodman
The origin of the Irish avifauna - a perspective from Island Biogeography Theory.
Thomas C. Kelly, Patrick Smiddy and Conor T. Graham
The Eurasian Crane (Grus grus) in Ireland - another extinct bird or a key species for an ancient belief system?
Post-glaciation plant colonization of Ireland: fresh insights from An Loch Mór, Inis Oírr, western Ireland.
Karen Molloy and Michael O’Connell
Breeding birds in Ireland: success and failure among colonists.
What Ireland's soil macroinvertebrate fauna can tell us about postglacial colonization.
Ruth Boland and Thomas Bolger
Never mind the gap: climate, rather than insularity, may limit Ireland's species richness.
Did melting ice sheets create temporary low-salinity corridors that facilitated the natural colonization of Ireland by stenohaline fishes?
Declan T.G. Quigley
Origin of the Holocene mammals of 'these islands'.
W. Ian Montgomery
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