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The periglaciation of Great Britain / by Colin K. Ballantyne and Charles Harris

The periglaciation of Great Britain / by Colin K. Ballantyne and Charles Harris

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Published by Cambridge University Press in Cambridge .
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  • Glacial landforms - Great Britain

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    ContributionsHarris, C.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsGB 588.43 B35 1993
    The Physical Object
    Pagination330 p.
    Number of Pages330
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22040970M

    select article The periglaciation of Great Britain: by Colin K. Ballantyne and Charles Harris. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge. pp. Hardbound. ISBN   This book examines the intimate link between periglacial geomorphology and the fluctuating climates of the Quaternary Period in the British Isles. In the last two million years, ice sheets have covered northern Britain several times. In the south, at the limit of the glaciation, intense Author: John Boardman.

    The Periglaciation of Great Britain. By Colin K. Ballan-tyne and Charles Harris; The Ice Age World. By Bjorn Andersen and Harold W. Borns; To the Sixth Continent: The Second German South Polar Expedition. By Wilhelm Filchner, translated by William Barr. Colin K. Ballantyne The present climate of British uplands is characterised by extreme wetness and strong winds rather than severe cold, and this is reflected in the range of active periglacial.

    Colin K. Ballantyne Martin P. Kirkbride Arcuate and linear protalus ramparts of inferred Loch Lomond Stadial age are widespread in upland Britain outside the limits of contemporaneous glaciers. Book Reviews Contents and Index for Vol. 27 Robert Leslie Nichols The Periglaciation of Great Britain. By Colin K. Ballan-tyne and Charles Harris; The Ice Age World. By Bj0rn Andersen and Harold W. Borns; To the Sixth Continent: The Second German South Polar Expedition. By Wilhelm Filchner, translated by.


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Colin K. Ballantyne, Charles Harris. CUP Archive, from arctic and alpine environments to explain the origins and significance of the relic periglacial features we see in Britain. The book is divided into four parts, beginning with an introduction to the concept of periglaciation, and the necessary chronological and environmental.

The periglaciation of Great Britain. Colin K. Ballantyne and Charles Harris. Publisher Cambridge University Press, Cambridge ( pp) £/ to QRA and BGRG Members (hardback) ISBN 0‐‐‐9 (also available in paperback)Author: Eduard Koster.

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The Periglaciation of Great Britain COLIN TYNE Senior Lecturer in Geography and Geology, University of St Andrews CHARLES HARRIS Senior Lecturer in. The periglaciation of Great Britain.

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Ballantyne and C. Harris, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, x, p.: ill., maps ; 29 cm. Glacial landforms -- Great Britain. Periglacial processes Great Britain. Book Reviews THE PERIGLACIATION OF GREAT BRITAIN. By Colin K. Ballantyne and Charles Harris.

Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, x + pp. $ ISBN If this book has a fault, it lies in the title which undersells this exhaustive and well-writtenaccount of periglacial processes and environments in Great Britain.

Colin K. Ballantyne and Charles Harris Table of Contents More information. CONTENTS Wind action The significance of periglacial fluvial and aeolian activity 3: The periglaciation of upland Britain Frost weathering and mountain-top The Periglaciation of Great Britain Colin K.

Ballantyne and Charles Harris Table of Contents More. Ballantyne, C. The Periglaciation of Grea t Britain / Colin K. Ballantyne, Charles Harris. includes bibliographical references and index. ISBN 1. Glacial landforms-Great Britain. Harris, Charles, II.

Title. GBB35 '15'dc20 CIP ISBN Hardback ISBN This book, first published inprovides a synthesis of theory in periglacial geomorphology and applies this to the study of periglacial phenomena in Great Britain. The first part of the book introduces the chronological and environmental background to periglaciation in Britain.1/5(1).

Colin K. Ballantyne and Charles Harris Index More information. INDEX Cairnsmore of Fleet, Southern Uplands of Scotland, Caistor St Edmunds, Essex, Caithness, 14, 16, 17, 24,- The Periglaciation of Great Britain. Introduction and context Throughout much of the last two million years, the landscape of Colin K.

Ballantyne and Charles Harris Excerpt - The Periglaciation of Great Britain Colin K. Ballantyne and Charles Harris Excerpt More information. 4 1 INTRODUCTION. phenomena led to his collaboration with Charles Harris in writing The Periglaciation of Great Britain (Cambridge University Press, ), which set the agenda for periglacial research in the British Isles for the next two decades.

A second major focus has been the reconstruction of former. ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: x, pages: illustrations, maps ; 29 cm: Contents: 1. Introduction Quaternary environmental change in Great Britain Periglacial environments Ice-wedge casts and relict tundra polygons Pingos and related ground-ice phenomena Active layer processes: cryoturbation and.

Buy The Periglaciation of Great Britain, Oxfam, Ballantyne, Colin K And Harris, Charles, This book, first published inprovides a synthesis of theory in periglacial geomorphology and applies this to the study of periglacial phenomena in Great Britain.

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A book devoted to the periglaciation of Great Britain seems paradoxical at first glance, since the island lies far to the south of the current Arctic permafrost zone, it supports no modern glaciers or ice fields, and is today influenced mainly by a maritime climate.

But then few of the Earth's landscapes can be explained by geomorphological Author: Atle Nesje. Britain and Ireland; Section 3. Introduction: 7. Permafrost stratigraphy in Britain - a first approximation Peter Worsley; 8.

Periglacial periods in Ireland William P. Warren; 9. The present-day periglaciation of upland Britain Colin K. Ballantyne; Section 4. Weathering and soils: Frost weathered mantles on the Chalk R.

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Author: Colin K. Ballantyne,Charles Harris; Publisher.Author: Colin K. Ballantyne,Charles Harris; Publisher: CUP Archive ISBN: Category: Nature Page: View: DOWNLOAD NOW» The effects of periglaciation on the British landscape are synthesised in this text.