The Loch Lomond Stadial in the British Isles

@article{Sissons1979TheLL,
  title={The Loch Lomond Stadial in the British Isles},
  author={J. Brian Sissons},
  journal={Nature},
  year={1979},
  volume={280},
  pages={199-203}
}
During the last very cold period in the British Isles, which occurred more than 10,000 radiocarbon years ago, glaciers developed in many mountain areas, permafrost was extensive, frost break-up of rocks was severe (its effects including a pronounced coastal platform and cliff), downslope movement of debris was greatly accelerated, many rivers spread coarse debris over low ground, the vegetation was transformed and the fauna was greatly affected. 
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