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Published by Royal Society in London .
Written in English


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SeriesPhilosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London, Series B: Biological Sciences -- Vol.270, no.909, 26 June1975, pp561-608
ContributionsVishnu-Mittre., Royal Society.
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Open LibraryOL13745929M

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Godwin H () Studies in the Post-glacial history of British vegetation XIV. Late-glacial deposits at Moss Lake, Liverpool, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London. Series B, Biological Sciences, , (), Online publication date: Jan Studies of the post-glacial history of British vegetation I. Origin and stratigraphy of Fenland deposits near Wooldwalton, Hunts II. Origin and stratigraphy of deposits in southern Fenland. studies of the post‐glacial history of british vegetation xv. organic deposits of old buckenham mere, norfolkCited by: studies of the post‐glacial history of british vegetation v. the shropshire and flint maelor mossesCited by:

Studies in the Post-glacial history of British vegetation known as Lopham Little Fen and belonging to South Lopham parish (Fig. 1). To-day it is an area of mixed fen dominated by Cladium mariscus with occasional stands of Phrag-mites communis, Typha latifolia and Chara sp. in isolated depressions left from former. Studies of the post-Glacial History of British vegetation VII. Studies of the post-Glacial History of British vegetation VII. Lake sediments: Pollen diagrams from the bottom deposits of the North Basin of Windermere. Winifred Pennington. Google Scholar. Find this author on PubMed. Search for more papers by this author. studies in the post‐glacial history of british vegetation xiv. skelsmergh tarn and kentmere, westmorlandCited by: STUDIES IN THE POST‐GLACIAL HISTORY OF BRITISH VEGETATION: LOWLAND LONSDALE. FRANK OLDFIELD. Department of Geography, University of Leicester. Search for more papers by this author. FRANK OLDFIELD. Department of Geography, University of Leicester. Search for more papers by this by:

  The vegetational history of the region is outlined and related to the occupancy of the Glastonbury and Meare Lake Villages and to the agricultural activity within the area from the Neolithic period to late Roman by:   Studies of the Post-Glacial History of British Vegetation: XVI. Flandrian Deposits of the Fenland Margin at Holme Fen and Whittlesey Mere, by: Godwin H and Macfadyen W () Studies of the post-glacial history of British vegetation XIII. The meare pool region of the Somerset levels, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London. Series B, Biological Sciences, , (), Online publication date: 3 . Numerous further records confirm and extend our knowledge of the history of the British flora, especially in the Late-glacial and early Post-glacial periods. Investigations of deposits at a built-over site near the centre of Liverpool disclose a basal stratigraphic sequence characteristic of the west-European Late-glacial by: