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Anomalous buried hollows in London: development of a hazard susceptibility map
Engineering works carried out in central London over many decades have revealed a number of buried hollows that exhibit curious characteristics. Some extend deep into the bedrock geology and are
Paleoearthquakes of the Düzce fault (North Anatolian Fault Zone): Insights for large surface faulting earthquake recurrence
[1] The 12 November 1999 Mw 7.1 earthquake ruptured the Duzce segment of the North Anatolian Fault Zone and produced a ∼40-km-long surface rupture. To improve knowledge about earthquake recurrence on
Late holocene 'mineral palsas' and associated vegetation patterns: A case study from Lac Hendry, Northern Québec, Canada and significance for european pleistocene thermokarst
Abstract Mineral palsas with thin peat covers are described from the continuous to discontinuous permafrost transition zone. They are up to 4 m high and are developed in a clast rich fine grained
Fluvial stratigraphy and palaeoenvironments in the Pasinler Basin, eastern Turkey
Valley floor sediments from the Pasinler Basin, eastern Turkey, provide evidence for Pleistocene and Holocene floodplain conditions. Three terrace surfaces are present. Evidence for tectonic
Postglacial fault movement and palaeoseismicity in western Scotland: A reappraisal of the Kinloch Hourn fault, Kintail
The Kinloch Hourn fault is the most prominent of a number of suspectedpostglacial faults in the western Scottish Highlands. These faults areinterpreted to have been reactivated by repeated large (M >
Late Devensian river and floodplain dynamics and related environmental change in northwest Europe, with particular reference to a site at Woolhampton, Berkshire, England
Marked fluctuations in Late-glacial climate are correlated with significant changes in river behaviour and floodplain environment across much of northwest Europe. Evidence from a new site in the
Late Holocene vegetation and ocean variability in the Gulf of Oman
Fossil pollen and dinocyst records in marine sequences are frequently combined to reveal the response of vegetation and ocean conditions to changes in both regional and global climate. In this study
Dendrochronological evidence for a lower water-table on peatland around 3200-3000 BC from subfossil pine in northern Scotland
Tree-ring analysis of subfossil Pinus sylvestris L., from nine new peatland sites located beyond the species’ current northern limit in Scotland, established a regional chronology called WRATH-9. The
Temporal variations in English Populations of a forest insect pest, the green spruce aphid (Elatobium abietinum), associated with the North Atlantic Oscillation and global warming
It is shown that warm weather in England associated with a positive North Atlantic Oscillation (NAO) index causes the spring migration of the green spruce aphid, a pest species of spruce trees (Picea), to start earlier, continue for longer and contain more aphids.