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The Quaternary of the Isle of Man & Northwest England Field Guide

Geology Guide Out of Print
By: Richard C Chiverrell(Editor), Andrew J Plater(Editor), Geoffrey SP Thomas(Editor)
252 pages, b/w photos, b/w illustrations, b/w maps, tables
The Quaternary of the Isle of Man & Northwest England
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  • The Quaternary of the Isle of Man & Northwest England ISBN: 9780907780601 Paperback Jan 2004 Out of Print #211041
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The Quaternary of the Isle of Man and Northwest England was produced to accompany the QRA Annual Field Meeting based in Douglas on the Isle of Man and at the University of Liverpool, 19th-23rd April 2004. The broad themes covered are Devensian glaciation, late glacial climatic and environmental change, Holocene climate change, vegetation history, relative sea level trends and coastal evolution. These regional themes are of relevance to the Late Quaternary history of Great Britain and Ireland, and are both illustrated and discussed through a consideration of site-specific detail within the wider regional context.

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Geology Guide Out of Print
By: Richard C Chiverrell(Editor), Andrew J Plater(Editor), Geoffrey SP Thomas(Editor)
252 pages, b/w photos, b/w illustrations, b/w maps, tables
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