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The survey and excavation of a bronze age timber circle at Holme-next-the-sea, Norfolk, 1998-9
In 1998 a circle of timber posts within the intertidal zone on the north Norfolk coast was brought to the attention of the Norfolk County Council Archaeological Service. A subsequent programme ofExpand
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Marine Isotope Stage 9 environments of fluvial deposits at Hackney, north London, UK
Middle Pleistocene deposits at Hackney, north London comprise a thick unit of organic sands and silts occupying a channel near the confluence of the River Thames in south-eastern England and itsExpand
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Holocene relative sea-level change in the lower Nith valley and estuary
Synopsis Detailed morphological, lithostratigraphical and biostratigraphical studies in the lower Nith valley and estuary, Scotland, disclose evidence for changing relative sea levels during theExpand
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Holocene relative sea levels and coastal changes in the lower Cree valley and estuary, SW Scotland, U.K.
ABSTRACT Changes in Holocene (Flandrian) relative sea levels and coastal geomorphology in the lower Cree valley and estuary, SW Scotland, are inferred from detailed morphological and stratigraphicalExpand
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Mid-Holocene environmental changes in the Bay of Skaill, Mainland Orkney, Scotland: an integrated geomorphological, sedimentological and stratigraphical study
A detailed multidisciplinary investigation of intertidal freshwater sediments exposed in the north of the Bay of Skaill, Mainland Orkney, Scotland, have revealed a complex sedimentary sequence. ThisExpand
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Intensification and lateral spread of Arceuthobiumlaricis in a young stand of western larch with stocking control
Initial intensification and lateral spread of Arceuthobiumlaricis (Piper) St. John were measured for three levels of stocking, 1680, 549, and 272 stems/ha (2.4 × 2.4, 4.3 × 4.3, and 6.0 × 6.0 mExpand
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