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The James Croll Award
Awarded at the 2023 AGM
Article: Was there a Late Devensian ice-free corridor in Pembrokeshire?
Article: The 70 and 45 metre OD strandlines in the Vale of Pickering.
Reports: A palaeoecological perspective on the ecological implications of seawall removal at Gibraltar Point, UK.
Reports: Understanding the impacts of desilting agent on aquatic ecosystem health and sustainability.
Reports: Small glaciers existed on Ben Nevis during the late Holocene.
Reports: Early medieval tephra layers and the proximal impacts of the Eldgjá fissure eruption, Iceland.
Reports: An ultra-high-resolution isotopic analysis of the Marks Tey abrupt climate event, MIS 11C.
Reports: Surface exposure dating using cosmogenic 3He at Skálafellsjökull, southeast Iceland.
QRA Dissertation Prize Abstracts: QRA Dissertation Prize – Judges’ Comments.
Mary Edwards and Gill Plunkett
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
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.
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