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Title Island Britain : a Quaternary perspective / edited by Richard C. Preece.

Published London : Geological Society, 2007.


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Physical description 1 online resource : illustrations, maps.
Series Geological Society special publication ; vol. 96.
Geological Society special publication ; vol. 96.
Notes Previously issued in print: 1995.
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index.
Summary It is generally believed that Britain last became separated from mainland Europe about 8500 years ago, although earlier stages of the Quaternary are also considered in this book. The evidence for insularity, or otherwise, of both Britain and Ireland is based on a wide range of data, reflecting the multidisciplinary nature of Quaternary research. This volume provides up-to-date reviews of this evidence: physical or geological, and palaeontological data, as well as marine and non-marine organisms, are examined.
Notes Description based on online resource; title from PDF title page (viewed on September 2, 2015).
Other author Preece, R. C., editor.
Geological Society of London, publisher.
Subject Geology, Stratigraphic -- Quaternary.
Geology -- Great Britain.
ISBN 9781786200693 (ebook) No price