Low-stand lakes and garbled gastropods: the problems of interpreting the enigmatic deglacial and postglacial environments of the Celtic Sea Shelf

Author
Furze, Mark F.A.
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Date
2012
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Abstract (summary)
Recent work on the last glaciation of the British Isles has lead to an improved understanding of the nature and timing of the retreat of the British-Irish Ice sheet (BIIS) from its southern maximum (Isles of Scilly).
Publication Information
Furze, Mark F.A. (2012) Low-stand lakes and garbled gastropods: the problems of interpreting the enigmatic deglacial and postglacial environments of the Celtic Sea Shelf. Quaternary International, volumes 279–280, 16 November 2012, Pages 155-156. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.quaint.2012.08.164
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Language
English
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