Published 1958 .
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Thesis (Ph. D.)--The Queen"s University of Belfast, 1958.
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CATENA Vol. 11, Braunschwetg MAGNETIC, PALYNOLOGICAL AND RADIOCARBON CORRELATION AND DATING COMPARISONS IN LONG CORES FROM A NORTHERN IRISH LAKE K.J. Edwards, Birmingham and 1L Thompson, Edinburgh SUMMARY 14 Long core comparisons ofsuch palaeoenvironmental indicators as the fossd Ccontent of sediments within a Cited by: 7.
Make models of bog formation: raised or blanket bog depending on the site to be visited. Bog Field Trip General observations, sketch map of site, features of the bog. Quadrat study of plants in wet and dry parts of the bog, record line profile transect from a hummock to a pool.
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Bogs originally covered 17% of the land surface of Ireland, a higher proportion than any other European28% of blanket bog remains in a relatively intact condition, and 10% of the raised bogs. The Irish Peatland Conservation Council details the processes and events that are threatening the remaing areas.
Changes in the use and method of peat extraction have led to some. Although at Derryville, Co. Tipperary, peatland sites constructed after ∼ cal BC and ∼ cal BC were seen to be a response to autogenic reductions in bog surface wetness (Cross et al., ; Cross May et al., b), these sites fit within the wider pattern of peatland use in other Irish bogs, although ‘unusually’ wet (in the.
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Northern Irish Literature, and its companion volume, Northern Irish Literatureexamine the contexts for literary production over the past fifty years, addressing the troubled intersections of literature, history and politics. These volumes explore the diversity that is. Nine facts about Bog Bodies Archaeology, Human Remains, Exhibitions By Melanie Giles.
Bog Bodies are the best-preserved human remains from NW Europe. They have inspired poetry, art and literature. Bogs are not just important as environmental records of the past – they are a vital part of our response to climate change.
The Association for the Study of Literature and Environment Ecocriticism Book Award This book provides a political and geographical history of how boglands (or peat ‘bogs’) are represented in modern and contemporary Irish literature and culture from the s to the present.
Bogs are more than ubiquitous landforms in Ireland. EC and TDS of Selected Bog Piezometers Conductivity Measurements at Selected Points Along the Northeast Drain, 15/06/92 Calculation of Solute Fluxes at Two Gauged Locations contribution to Flow in the Drain from Bog and Esker Approximate Water Balance for Clara Bog Assuming it to be Intact Conceptual Water Balance for.
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During his BES Presidential address the English born Amyan MacFadyen, then based in Northern Ireland, had “some thoughts on the behavior of ecologists” (Macfadyen ). The impact of these tephras on the vegetation at two lowland raised bogs in Northern Ireland is investigated through high-resolution pollen percentage and concentration studies.
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Gladwin’s Contentious Terrains is unique in that it is one of the only book-length studies of cultural representations of bogs in Irish literature. It traces the colonial history of the bog and examines why the bog has become a central fixture of Irish cultural production.
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A total of 17 bog bodies have been found so far in Ireland; 9 men, 1 child of undetermined gender and 7 women. Many were skeletonised and some deteriorated soon after discovery and no longer exist.
A small number had been buried formally, but most bore all the hallmarks of ritual sacrifice described above.
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We present an analysis of the Northern Irish bog oak record presented in Turney et al. () for the last years. The record is compared with a compiled peatland water table record from the same region and palaeohydrological data from northern England and mid-latitude Europe.
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