3 edition of Drift pumice on postglacial raised shorelines of northern Europe found in the catalog.
Drift pumice on postglacial raised shorelines of northern Europe
Richard E. Binns
Bibliography: p. -63.
|Statement||by Richard E. Binns.|
|Series||Acta borealia. A. Scientia,, no. 24|
|LC Classifications||Q111 .A27 no. 24|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||63|
|LC Control Number||79528791|
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Dark brown pumice has been discovered recently on raised beaches of Ellesmere and Devon Islands, and in archeological sites on Baffin Island. It is similar in appearance and chemical composition to pumice associated with raised marine features throughout northern Europe, especially along the coasts of Norway and by: ().
Drift pumice on post-glacial raised shorelines of northern Europe. Dwarf shrub heaths. Ecological and palaeoecological studies of endolith boring, molluscan grazing and echinoid feeding traces. Unpublished Ph. Ecological studies on two unattached " coralline algae from western Ireland.
().Author: William E. Boyd. Dispersal of pumice, supposedly from the March,South Sandwich Islands eruption, on southern Australian shores. Nature– CrossRef Google ScholarCited by: 1.
The marine limit phase (c. 13¿12 14C ka) on western and northern Spitsbergen is characterized by the construction of spits indicating a dominance of long-shore drift over storm-generated fetch. State-of-the-art in studies of glacial isostatic adjustment for the British Isles: a literature review - Volume Issue 3 - Julia Stockamp, Paul Bishop, Zhenhong Li, Elizabeth J Petrie, Jim Hansom, Alistair RennieCited by: 6.
BINNS, R.E. - Drift pumice on postglacial raised shorelines of northern Europe. BINSFELD, W. ET AL. - Führer zu vor- und frühgeschichtlichen Denkmälern Bd.
Postglacial rebound is an important component of the GM record and controls processes in a several ways (Peltier, ; Scherer et al., ). Rebound of the earth’s crust in response to deglaciation is dependent upon the viscosity of the earth’s mantle which varies depending on the tectonic regime.
Whilst raised beaches on Svalbard are up to m above sea level (Forman et al., ), the post-glacial marine limit on Novaya Zemlya is~15 m above sea level (Zeeberg et al., ). This. On the Norwegian coast, shorelines are common and the most pronounced shorelines typically reflect the highest sea-level stand following the deglaciation, the Younger Dryas 'main line', or the.
Radiocarbon dates on biologic remains from raised beaches are used to reconstruct sea-level events. The raised-beach morphology and emergence history is presented for five separate strandflats of Mitrahalvaya, Sarsflyra, Kaffioyra, Daudmannsetyra, and southern Prins Karls Forland (Fig.
Salvigsen, O. Radiocarbon dated raised beaches in Kong Karls Land, Svalbard, and their consequences for the glacial history of the Barents Sea area. Geografrska Annaler 63A, Salvigsen, O.
Occurrence of pumice on raised beaches and Holocene shoreline displacement in the inner Isford area, Svalbard. Polar Research 2, Schematic maps of ice cover in British Columbia during the growth phase of the last glaciation, about (A) 35, (B) 30, (C) 25, and (D) 18, years ago.
1. Introduction. The pattern of postglacial emergence for many areas in the Northern Hemisphere is pivotal in assessing the distribution of past ice-sheet loads and deglacial history (e.g. Andrews, ).Observations on postglacial emergence are also important for developing a better understanding of the glacio-isostatic adjustment process and the constraining properties of the.
Postglacial relative sea-level changes in northwest Iceland: Evidence from isolation basins, coastal lowlands and raised shorelines Article (PDF Available) in Quaternary Science Reviews The northwest European coasts and shelf, including rising, subsiding and semi-stable areas, can be regarded as an immense “sea-level laboratory” where.
S.L. Forman et al.: Postglacial Emergence of Western Franz Josef Land, Russia 79 TABLE 1. ~4C ages on driftwood, shell, and whalebone from raised-marine deposits adjacent to British Channel, Franz Josef Land, Russia Material and Provenance Sample and shoreline Laboratory ~4C age b~3C Laboratory altitude (m a.s.l.) or reservoir corrected numbe.
During the last glacial period, much of northern Europe, Asia, North America, Greenland and Antarctica were covered by ice sheets.
The ice was as thick as three kilometres during the last glacial maximum ab years ago. The enormous weight of this ice caused the surface of the Earth's crust to deform and warp downward, forcing the viscoelastic mantle material to flow away from the.
Such methods are the basis of this interesting reconstruction of European history from the first post-glacial foragers around B.C. to the Christianization of northern Europe about A.D.
Palaeoecological perspectives on Holocene environmental change in Scotland - Volume Issue - Kevin J. EDWARDS, K. BENNETT, Althea L. DAVIES. Postglacial landscapes and sea-level changes At the end of the Ice Age, rapid melting of the northern hemisphere ice sheets produced copious amounts of water that initially caused a.
Based on studies of raised Holocene shorelines in northern Novaya Zemlya, Forman et al () suggested that the Barents Sea ice sheet either melted at approximat yr bp or was very thin.
The palaeoclimatic record from the bottom sediments of Lake Baikal, East Siberia, has revealed evidence for an abrupt and intense glaciation during.A pebble is a clast of rock with a particle size of 4 to 64 millimetres based on the Krumbein phi scale of s are generally considered larger than granules (2 to 4 millimetres diameter) and smaller than cobbles (64 to millimetres diameter).
A rock made predominantly of pebbles is termed a conglomerate. Pebble tools are among the earliest known man-made artifacts, dating.Notice of the discovery of a cinerary urn of the Bronze Age, and of worked flints underneath it, at Dalarun; also of an old flint-working place in the 30 foot raised beach at Millknowe, Campbletown.
Proceedings of the Society of Antiquaries of Scotland 28 (), Gray, J.M. Lateglacial and postglacial shorelines in western.