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Pollen analyses from deposits of six upland tarns in the Lake District

Winifred Pennington

Pollen analyses from deposits of six upland tarns in the Lake District

by Winifred Pennington

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Published by Royal Society in London .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementby Winifred Pennington (Mrs T.G.Tutin).
SeriesPhilosophical transactions of the Royal Society of London -- Vol.248, no.746
The Physical Object
Paginationp.205-244 ;
Number of Pages244
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Open LibraryOL13948216M

Pollen analyses from the deposits of six upland tams in the Lake District. (). The Late-Quatemary history of the diatom flora of high mountain tarns in N. Wales. Unpublished PhD thesis, The stratigraphy and pollen analysis of lake deposits near Tadcaster. Pollen analyses from the deposits of six upland tarns in the Lake District Pennington, Pennington The interpretation of some post‐glacial vegetation diversities at different Lake District sites.

Pollen analyses from the deposits of six upland tarns in the Lake district. By WINIFRED PENNINGTON (Mrs T. G. TUTIN) The origin and structure of the mesoderm and the formation of the coelomic sacs in Tenebrio molitor L. [Insecta, Coleoptera]. By SUZANNE L. ULLMANN (Plate 23)   Sediments containing fossil pollen have been taken from peat bogs, lake beds, alluvial deposits, ocean bottoms and ice cores (Jacobson & Bradshaw, ). Where pollen has been deposited in water, one must be aware of the non-climatic effects that cause variations in pollen type and abundances.

MIS 5 pollen assemblages from the lake have high percentages of Betula, Alnus, and at times P. pumila, but lack Larix (Lozhkin et al., ). Although the absence of Larix pollen was initially thought to reflect the lake’s large catchment and the poor distribution and/or preservation of its pollen, Larix is common in spectra from some other. Pennington, W. (). Pollen analyses from the deposits of six upland tarns in the Lake District. Phil. Trans. R. Soc. B, , Intense study relating stratigraphy and pollen analysis in an attempt to reconstruct the history of soil and vegetation changes of a series of drainage basins in one small area. Twigg, H. M. ().


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Pollen analyses from deposits of six upland tarns in the Lake District by Winifred Pennington Download PDF EPUB FB2

The differences between the late-Glacial deposits of the six tarns are related to topography, and the probable limits of the last corrie glaciation of the Lake District.

Evidence from pollen analysis suggests very strongly that in the early post-Glacial period forest extended over the Lake District hillsides up to the altitude of the highest.

pollen analyses from the deposits of six upland tarns in the lake district by winifred pennington (mrs t. tutin) university of leicester (communicated by w h. pearsall, f.r.s.-received 8 november ) contents page 1.

introduction 2. geology, topography and soils in relation to stratigraphy of lake deposits 3. human history 4. Pollen analyses from the deposits of six upland tarns in the Lake District, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London.

Series B, Biological Sciences, /rstb, (), ().Cited by: If the address matches an existing account you will receive an email with instructions to reset your password. Pollen analyses from the deposits of six upland tarns in the Lake District, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London.

Series B, Biological Sciences, /rstb, (), (). The differences between the late-Glacial deposits of the six tarns are related to topography, and the probable limits of the last corrie glaciation of the Lake District.

Evidence from pollen. Pollen analyses from the deposits. of six upland tarns in the Lake District. sediment sequences of the South Basin are interrupted by large mass transport deposits. Pollen analyses from the deposits of six upland tarns in the Lake District.

Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London. Series B, Biological Sciences, Vol.Issue. p. The absence of characteristics mid-postglacial Pinus and Ulmus declines in a pollen diagram from a small peatland lake in central Ulster suggested that contamination from inwashing of old pollen (cpr 2) from the surrounding peat deposits had taken isons between the pollen record from the lake core and from an ombrotrophic blanket peat deposit.

Although she had planned to revise this book. Pollen analyses from the deposits of six. upland tarns in the Lake District. Philos Trans R Soc Lond. B – Eight pollen diagrams from cores lying approximately on an east to west transect across the North Basin of Windermere and macroscopic plant remains identified from these cores are described and fig.

W. PenningtonPollen analyses from the deposits of six upland tarns in the Lake District Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London, B (), pp. Google Scholar. PenningtonPollen analyses from the deposits of six upland tarns in the Lake District Phil. Trans. Roy. Soc. London, Ser.

B, () (), pp. Google Scholar. Pollen analyses from the deposits of six upland tarns in the Lake District. Pollen analysis and the history of land use. Pollen analysis. Pollen analysis.

An outline of the problems and potentialities of the method. Part 1: technique and interpretation. Pollen analysis. Pennington analyses from the deposits of six upland tarns in the Lake District Philosophical Transactions of the Royal. The evidence from analysis of cores from lake sediments is used to identify the influences which, acting through time, have brought about changes in the lakes of the English Lake District.

These are: i. climatic changes, recorded mainly in microfossil assemblages ii. soil dynamics on catchments — the natural soil development of an interglacial cycle and its effect on water.

Pollen analyses from the deposits of six upland tarns in the Lake District Pennington, W The interpretation of some post-glacial vegetation diversities at different Lake District. Pollen analysis from the deposits of six upland tarns in the Lake District.

Pollen Analysis. (Blackwell Scientific:Oxford). Pollen and related studies at Kinloch, Isle of Rhum, Scotland, with particular reference to possible early.

Pollen analyses from the deposits of six upland tarns in the Lake District. Pollen analyses o f surface materials from the southern San Juan mountains, (). Pollen analysis of surface samples of vegetation from arctic Quebec. Pollen Analyses from the Deposits of Six Upland Tarns in the Lake District December Philosophical Transactions of The Royal Society B Biological Sciences Winifred Pennington.

Pennington W (a) The effect of Neolithic man on the environment in north-west England: the use of absolute pollen diagrams. In: Evans JG, Limbrey S Cleere H (eds) The effect o. Pennington W () Pollen analyses from the deposits of six upland tarns in the Lake District.

Philos Trans R Soc B – CrossRef Google Scholar Pennington W () Vegetation history in the north-west of England: a regional synthesis.Analysis of profiles of allochthonous lake sediments has provided evidence for the importance of soil factors. Pollen analyses from the deposits of six upland tarns in the Lake District.

Phil. Trans. Roy. Soc. London B, – Sissons J. B., The Loch Lomond Advance in the Lake District, northern England. Trans. Roy. Soc.