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The pre-glacial Pleistocene of the Norfolk and Suffolk coasts
R. G. West
|Statement||R. G. West ; with contributions by P. E. P. Norton, B. W. Sparks, and D. G. Wilson.|
|LC Classifications||QE697 .W53|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii, 203 p.,  leaves of plates :|
|Number of Pages||203|
|LC Control Number||77090191|
Newspaper Article: Eastern Daily Press. Norfolk's archaeological treasures revealed on TV. 16 July. Secondary File: Secondary File. Newspaper Article: Eastern Daily Press. Coastal finds go centre stage at national show. 17 January. Publication: West, R. G. The Pre-glacial Pleistocene of the Norfolk and Suffolk Coasts. Abstract. The genus Equus originated in North America and was derived from the late Hemphillian (late Miocene to earliest Pliocene) Dinohippus (Quinn, ). All the Pliocene, Pleistocene, and living monodactyl equids of North America and of the Old World — with the only exception of the possibly early Pliocene Astrohippus stocki Lance from Mexico — may be united in the genus by:
The pre-glacial Pleistocene of the Norfolk and Suffolk coasts by R. G. West 1 edition - first published in Progressive proglacial to subglacial deformation and syntectonic sedimentation at the margins of the Mid-Pleistocene British ice sheet: evidence from north Norfolk, UK. Quaternary Science Reviews. 27, West, R.G., The pre-glacial Pleistocene of the Norfolk and Suffolk coasts. Cambridge University Press.
Preglacial Pleistocene deposits of East Anglia. in Shotton, F W (Editor), British Quaternary studies: recent advances. [Oxford: Clarendon Press.] Reid, C. The geology of the country around Cromer. Memoir of the Geological Survey of Great Britain. West, R G. The Pre-Glacial Pleistocene of the Norfolk and Suffolk coasts. Cervids of the Forest Bed Formation were studied by the present author in a paper now 40 years old. Some identifications and generic attributions are Notice on a new species of deer from the Norfolk Forest Bed. The Pre-Glacial Pleistocene of the Norfolk and Suffolk coasts. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. Google ScholarCited by:
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The digit and digit formats both work. THE PRE-GLACIAL PLEISTOCENE OF THE NORFOLK AND SUFFOLK COASTS. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, First edition. Hardcover. Item # An account of many years of observations on the receding cliffs of north and north-east Norfolk and north-east Suffolk.
pages with tables and references, plus 36 photographic plates bound in the rear, and booklet of figures. opus, The pre-glacial Pleistocene of the Norfolk and Suffolk coasts. This monograph is the culmination of many years of field work and laboratory research.
The book, which is in large format, consists of pages of field descriptions, biostratigraphic tables, etc. Get this from a library. The pre-glacial Pleistocene of the Norfolk and Suffolk coasts.
[R G West]. adshelp[at] The ADS is operated by the Smithsonian Astrophysical Observatory under NASA Cooperative Agreement NNX16AC86AAuthor: J.J. Lowe. The Pre-glacial Pleistocene of the Norfolk and Suffolk Coasts. By R. WEST. x in. with 36 plates and 54 figures (in separate slip-in volume).
Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. Price £ (net in U.K.). While the pleasure that I felt on first taking a copy of Professor Richard West's latest book.
The Pre-Glacial Pleistocene of the Norfolk and Suffolk Coasts by R. West; Quaternary Palaeoeclogy by H. Birks, Hilary H. Birks, Edward Arnold; Biology and Quaternary Environments by D. Walker, J. Guppy (pp. The Pre-glacial Pleistocene of the Norfolk and Suffolk Coasts. By R.G. West.
(Cambridge University Press: ) £40, $Author: Brian Funnell. EAST NORFOLK COASTAL APPENDIX 1 – Summary of Geological Stratigraphy in the Norfolk Coast Area of distinction in time between the pre-glacial and glacial Pleistocene, with the onset of the Anglian glaciation aboutyears ago as a key marker event in local geological Size: KB.
The primary datum, as used by Professor Richard West in his monograph The Pre-Glacial Pleistocene of the Norfolk and Suffolk Coasts is the beginning of the sea wall at Woman Hythe (West Runton Gap).
In the photograph below the datum is at the bottom of the picture while in the distance the WRFB can clearly be seen beyond the sea wall.
INTRODUCTION The Pleistocene sediments of the north Norfolk coast have attracted stratigraphic investigation from an early date (Trimmer, ). They have recently been described in great detail by West () who recognises, beneath the Anglian glacial sediments,' a sequence of deposits extending in age from the Pre-Pastonian a substage through the Pastonian and Beestonian Stages Cited by: Norfolk is especially useful because the coastal section provides exposure of sediments both glacial and interglacial and in north Norfolk these can also be related to landforms associated with the margins of a Middle Pleistocene ice sheet.
The 'pre-glacial' Pleistocene the coast from Weybourne in north Norfolk to Pakefield in Suffolk and. Skip to main content. MENU. Browse; Resources. Authors; Librarians; Editors; SocietiesAuthor: R.B.G.
Williams. Leet Hill (TM ): pre-glacial and glaciofluvial river deposits - with possible evidence for a major glaciation prior to the deposition of the Lowestoft Till. In: Lewis, S.G., Whiteman, C.A.
& Preece, R.C. (eds): The Quaternary of Norfolk and Suffolk: Field Guide. Quaternary Research Association (London): – Cited by: and others ignored.
Numerous text books and papers exist on coastal processes and these should be consulted if extra detail or accuracy is desired. A Summary of the Geology of the North Norfolk Coast. In order to understand the geology of North Norfolk it is necessary to have a basic knowledge of the geological time scale, which is listed in File Size: KB.
Book review Full text access The pre-glacial Pleistocene of the Norfolk and Suffolk coasts: by R.G. West (with contributions from P.E.P. Norton, B.W. Sparks and D.G. Wilson), Cambridge University Press,ISBNpp.
£/$ The sedimentology, micropalaepntology and palynology of Lower Pleistocene sediments recovered from a borehole at Ormesby St Margaret, near Great Yarmouth, Norfolk, have been investigated.
The sediments, consisting of a lower clay facies overlain by an upper predominantly sandy facies, were deposited in inner neritic by: The pre-glacial Pleistocene of the Norfolk and Suffolk coasts.
xi + pp., 49 tables, 54 figs, 36 plates. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. Price £ the upper caenozoic s e q u e n c e a r o u n d the long r o w, covehithe. A Monograph of the Genus Phyllocladus (Coniferae). By Hsuan Keng The Pre‐glacial Pleistocene of the Norfolk and Suffolk Coasts.
By R. West Studies in the Lateglacial of North‐west Europe. The dispersal of early humans from Africa by Myr ago led to a marked expansion of their range, from the island of Flores in the east to the Iberian peninsula in the west 1,2.Previous article in issue: TRACHEARY OCCLUSION IN FRONDS OF PTERIDIUM AQUILINUM (L.) KUHN SHOWING APOSPORY.
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The history of the early Thames in the county exemplifies this.