2 edition of investigation of Flandrian sediments in the Nar Valley, Norfolk. found in the catalog.
investigation of Flandrian sediments in the Nar Valley, Norfolk.
M. V. Smith
Written in English
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Archaeological and Environmental Investigations of a Late Glacial and Flandrian River Valley Sequence on the River Soar, at Croft, Leicestershire. The Holocene 15 . The short barrow, on high chalk downland to the south-west of Avebury and the upper Kennet valley, and containing only a few inhumations according to Thurnam's 19th-century investigation, dates to the later 4th millennium BC.
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Deteriorated pollen percentages have been recorded from Flandrian Fenland sediments at two sites in the Nar Valley, Norfolk.
The use of compression data from a soil mechanics technique, the oedometer test, has important bearing on the interpretation of the amount and types of deteriorated pollen encountered in the pollen stratigraphy of the by: 5.
Michael V. Smith, Flandrian pollen profiles from the Nar Valley, Norfolk (Great Britain): An analysis of deteriorated pollen percentages using consolidation pressures, Review of Palaeobotany and Palynology, /(84), 41,(), ().Cited by: In the Flandrian Fenland sediments of the Nar Valley, Norfolk, an upper clay and thick upper peat overlie lower clay and lower peat units thinning eastwards up the : MICHAEL V.
SMITH. Request PDF | Devensian late-glacial and Flandrian vegetational history at Hockham Mere, Norfolk, England. Pollen accumulation rates | Analysis of the basin morphometry of Hockham Mere. Overlying these sediments is the Nar Valley Clay, which was also investigated by Stevens () and, together with the underlying unit, correlated biostratigraphically with the Hoxnian (Holsteinian) Stage.
The Nar Valley Clay is recorded from many localities in the valley (Ventris, ) and contains a marine fauna. LATE DEVENSIAN AND EARLY FLANDRIAN POLLEN AND MACROFOSSIL STRATIGRAPHY AT ABERNETHY FOREST, INVERNESS‐SHIRE A new, large diameter core from Abernethy Forest was radiocarbon dated, and the presence of Late Devensian sediments was confirmed.
Shetland: a pollen and macrofossil investigation, New Phytologist, /j Evidence considered critical to this interpretation was derived from U-series determinations from the Nar Valley, near Kings Lynn in Norfolk where sediment overlying Lowestoft Formation till at Tottenhill yielded an MIS 9 age Rowe et al.
(); a date that is close to the maximum that can be resolved using the U-series method. However, recent research in the Nar Valley, NW Norfolk by Gibbard, West, Andrew & Pettit (in press) has shown that the Tottenhill Sand and Gravel of Ventris (, ) represents an ice marginal.
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Pollen, plant macrofossil, coleopteran, diatom and molluscan data, along with a suite of radiocarbon dates, are described from two middle to late Flandrian peat sequences (Vurlong Reen and Barland's Farm) that are buried beneath estuarine and/or marine sediments on the Caldicot Levels, southeast Wales.
Fully temperate freshwater, brackish and marine sediments overlying Anglian till and glacilacustrine sediments in the Nar Valley area of northwest Norfolk, UK, have been attributed to the Middle. The interglacial of the Nar Valley, (). The Irish landscape. The marine Pleistocene sediments in the Flandrian area.
The Middle Pleistocene of North Birmingham. The Nar Valley and North Norfolk. Field Guide. With all these studies, it is surprising perhaps that the sediments themselves have received relatively little attention. This is less true of Holocene (Flandrian; post-glacial) sequences which, often in association with archaeological investigations, have yielded important insights into sedimentation controls and timing.
In the Nar Valley, Norfolk, the cannon-shot gravels are clearly younger than the Hoxnian interglacial deposits there (Stevens, ), and it is probable that these spreads of gravel and the constructional features are associated with late parts of the Gipping Stage.
A field guide for a short field meeting held in April with one day spent in the Nar Valley and another on the N Norfolk coast between Morston and Salthouse. The River Nar is a globally rare chalk-stream and is arguably Norfolk’s most unspoilt and beautiful example. As it flows through the downs and fenland of north-west Norfolk, its progression from chalk river to fen river is distinctive.
Ventris, P A. The Nar Valley. in West, R G and Whiteman, C A (editors), The Nar Valley and North Norfolk Field Guide. [Coventry: Quaternary Research Association.] Ventris, P A. Pleistocene environmental history of the Nar Valley, Norfolk. PhD, University of Cambridge.
In a circle of timber posts within the intertidal zone on the north Norfolk coast was brought to the attention of the Norfolk County Council Archaeological Service.
A subsequent programme of archaeological recording and dating revealed that the structure was constructed in the spring or early summer of BC, during the Early Bronze Age. A section in the “Bure Valley Beds” near Wroxham. Dixon, R.G. Deposits marginal to the Red Crag Basin.
Sola, M. and Chronston, P.N. Gravity measurements in the Wash by the University of East Anglia. Lord, A.R. and Robinson, J.E. Marine Ostracoda from the Quarternary Nar Valley Clay, West Norfolk. [Secretar.
y’s Re. The general pattern of Holocene landscape and fluvial change appears to echo that seen in the Trent valley region and nationally. It is suggested that small headwater catchments such as at Croft have the potential to provide detailed and sensitive records of Holocene events comparable with those from 'standard' sediment sequences.
Smith, M.V. Flandrian pollen profiles from the Nar Valley, Norfolk (Great Britain): an analysis of deteriorated pollen percentages using consolidation pressures.
Review of .Shennan, I, Flandrian Sea-Level Changes in Fenland II: Tendencies of Sea-Level Movement, Altintudinal Changes, and Local and Regional Factors. J Quarternary Science, 1(2), Silvester, R J, The Fenland Project Number 3: Marshland and the Nar Valley, Norfolk.Recent investigations of Pleistocene sediments near Maidenhead, Berkshire, ‘ Devensian and Flandrian fossiliferous deposits in the Nene Valley, Central England ’, South East England and the Thames Valley.
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