SEARCH

SEARCH BY CITATION

REFERENCES

  • Clapham, A. R., Tutin, T. G. & Warburg, E. F. (1952). Flora of the British Isles. Cambridge .
  • Clark, J. G. D. et al. (1954). Excavations at Star Carr. Cambridge .
  • Collingwood, R. G. (1933). An introduction to the prehistory of Cumberland, Westmorland and Lancashire north of the sands. Trans. Climb. & West. Archaeol. & Antiq. Soc., 33, 163200.
  • Collingwood, W. G. (1926). An inventory of the ancient monuments of Westmorland and Lancashire north of the sands. Trans. Cumb. & West. Archaeol. & Anliq. Soc., 26, 162.
  • Erdtman, G. (1928). Studies in the post-arctic history of the forests of north-western Europe. I. Investigations in the British Isles. Geol. Föiren. Stockh. Förk., 50, 123.
  • Faegri, K. & Iversen, J. (1951). A Textbook of Modern Pollen Analysis. Copenhagen .
  • Franks, J. W. (1957). Pollen analysis: a technique for investigating early agrarian history. Agnc. Hist. Rev., 1 (5), 210.
  • Garwood, E. J. (1912). The Lower Carboniferous succession in north-western England. Q.J. Geol. Soc. Land., 68, 449586.
  • Godwin, H. (1943). Coastal peat beds of the British Isles and the North Sea. J. Ecol, 31 (2), 199.
  • Godwin, H. (1945). Coastal peat-beds of the North Sea region as indices of land- and sea-level change. New Phytol., 44 (2), 152.
  • Godwin, H. (1956). The History of the British Flora. Cambridge University Press.
  • Godwin, H., Suggate, R. P. & Willis, E. H. (1957). Radiocarbon dating of the eustatic rise in ocean-level. Nature, Loud., 181, 151.
  • Godwin, H., Walker, D. & Willis, E. H. (1957). Radiocarbon dates and Post-glacial vegetational history: Scaleby Moss. Proc. Roy. Soc., B, 147, 352.
  • Gresswell, R. K. (1953). Sandy Shores in South Lancashire. Liverpool .
  • Gresswell, R. K. (1958). The Post-glacial raised beach in Furness and Lyth. Trans, Inst. Brit. Geog., 25, 79103.
  • Iversen, J. (1941). Landnam i Danmarks stcnalder. Damn. Geol. Unders., R II, Nr. 66.
  • Kendall, C. E. Y., Davy-Dean, J. & Munn Rankin, W. (1909). On the geographical distribution of Mollusca in south Lonsdale. The Naturalist, 633, 355.
  • Mitchell, G. F. (1951). Studies in Irish Quaternary deposits, no. 7. Proc. R. Irish Acad., 53 (B), 111.
  • Mitchell, G. F. (1956). Post-Boreal pollen diagrams from Irish raised bogs. Proc. R. Irish Acad., 57 (B), 14.
  • Movius, H. J., Junr. (1953). Graphic representation of Post-glacial changes of level in north-east Ireland. Am. Jour. Sci., 251, 697740.
  • Munn Rankin, W. (1910). The peat moors of Lonsdale. The Naturalist, 638–9, 11922.
  • Piggott, S. E. (1954). The Neolithic Cultures of the British Isles. Cambridge .
  • Smith, A. G. (1958). Lacustrine deposits in the south of the English Lake District. New Phytol., 57, 363.
  • Smith, A. G. (1956). Ph.D. dissertation. (Cambridge, unpublished.).
  • Tansley, A. G. (1939). The British Islands and their Vegetation. Cambridge (reprinted 1949).
  • Walker, D. (1955). Studies in the Post-glacial history of British vegetation. Skelsmergh Tarn and Kentmere. New Phytol., 54, 222.
  • Wardle, P. (1957). Personal communication.