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Quaternary Newsletter Issue 158 (Archive)


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The James Croll Award
Colin Ballantyne
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Honorary Members
Awarded at the 2023 AGM
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Article: Was there a Late Devensian ice-free corridor in Pembrokeshire?
Brian John
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Article: The 70 and 45 metre OD strandlines in the Vale of Pickering.
William Fairburn
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Reports: A palaeoecological perspective on the ecological implications of seawall removal at Gibraltar Point, UK.
Kirsten Beck
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Reports: Understanding the impacts of desilting agent on aquatic ecosystem health and sustainability.
Katie Gunning
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Reports: Small glaciers existed on Ben Nevis during the late Holocene.
Stephan Harrison
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Reports: Early medieval tephra layers and the proximal impacts of the Eldgjá fissure eruption, Iceland.
Conner Morison
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Reports: An ultra-high-resolution isotopic analysis of the Marks Tey abrupt climate event, MIS 11C.
Daniel Parkes
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Reports: Surface exposure dating using cosmogenic 3He at Skálafellsjökull, southeast Iceland.
Sarah Walton
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QRA Dissertation Prize Abstracts: QRA Dissertation Prize – Judges’ Comments.
Mary Edwards and Gill Plunkett
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QRA Dissertation Prize Abstracts: A tephropalaeoecology study investigating volcanic eruptions and tephra depositions’ impacts on a lacustrine ecosystem in Northeast China, using diatoms as environmental indicators.
Yuqiao Natalie Deng
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QRA Dissertation Prize Abstracts: Using GIS and Numerical Modelling to Test the Influence of Climate Change on Glacial Lake Outburst Flood Risk in the Dudh Koshi Basin, Nepal Himalaya.
Duncan Russell
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Outstanding Paper in the Journal of Quaternary Science by an Early Career Researcher: An Early Pleistocene hippopotamus from Westbury Cave, Somerset, England: support for a previously unrecognised temperate interval in the British Quaternary record.
Neil Adams, Ian Candy and Danielle Schreve
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