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Holocene environmental history at Gunnister, north Mainland, Shetland.

Bennet, K.D., et al.

Holocene environmental history at Gunnister, north Mainland, Shetland.

by Bennet, K.D., et al.

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of Loch Lomond Stadial (LLS: equivalent to the Younger Dryas) and early Holocene tephra layers from two sites in the Scottish Highlands (Fig. 1), and examine their potential as isochronous markers for establishing the relative timing of early Holocene vegetation and environmental changes in this by: started at the beginning of the Holocene (*10, cal BP or BC) and is characterized by hunter-gatherer, pre-farming societies (Price ). The invention or introduc-tion of new technologies, agriculture and the domestication of animals marks the end of the Mesolithic and the beginning of the Neolithic. In Europe, it occurred roughly.

The results of pollen, sedimentary and charcoal analyses of four cores and three peat profiles are presented. Casuarina woodland dominated the dryland vegetation over at least the past years, with a Melaleuca lanceolata-composite scrub association on the dunes. There is no evidence of higher sea levels in the area in the past years, with the present freshwater backdune swamp and lake. Environmental History and Human Interactions in Scottish Prehistory: an island perspective from Tiree and Coll, Inner Hebrides. This PhD research proposal represents the palaeoenvironmental aspect of the Inner Hebrides Archaeological Project (IHAP), a multi-faceted archaeological research project established in .

Start exploring our historic properties across Scotland by searching by region. Use the interactive map to select a location and browse the exciting range of stunning locations. Later Holocene vegetation history of the Isles of Scilly, UK: Coastal influence and human land use in a small island context Perez, M., Fyfe, R. M., Charman, D. J. & Gehrels, W. R., 1 Nov Article in Journal of Quaternary Science.


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Holocene environmental history at Gunnister, north Mainland, Shetland by Bennet, K.D., et al. Download PDF EPUB FB2

The Holocene provides students, researchers and lay-readers with the remarkable story of how the natural world has been transformed since the end of the last Ice Age aro years ago.

This period has witnessed a shift from environmental changes determined by natural forces to those dominated by human actions, including those of climate and greenhouse by: John Matthews, The Holocene "Roberts, by background a geographer, has obviously immersed himself in the other disciplines, and he has turned out a wonderful and very up-to-date synthesis of the present state of knowledge about the history of the Holocene.

Although this is the second s: 8. Buy The Holocene: An Environmental History 2nd Revised edition by Roberts, Neil (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders/5(6). The Holocene provides students, researchers and lay-readers with the remarkable story of how the natural world has been transformed since the end of the last Ice Age aro years ago.

This Shetland. book has witnessed a shift from environmental changes determined by natural forces to those dominated by human actions, including those of climate and greenhouse gases/5(11).

The Gunnister Man is the remains of a man found by two Shetlanders in a peat bog not far from the junction of the A road in Gunnister, Shetland, Scotland. The bog body was found on 12 May as the men were digging peat for fuel.

It was discovered at a depth of about 75 centimetres (30 in) at grid reference HU A stone placed by the Northmavine History Group now marks the find. His main research interests are in Holocene environmental change, especially lake sediment records of climate and human impact in Mediterranean regions.

He is a fellow of the Royal Geographical Society, and served on the US National Academies Committee on climate changes of the last 2, years. THE HOLOCENE AN ENVIRONMENTAL HISTORY THIRD EDITIONFile Size: 4MB.

As an environmental history of the last twelve thousand years, The Holocene is fundamentally inter-disciplinary, situated where paleontology, meteorology, geology, ecology, archaeology, history, and many other disciplines meet (Roberts himself is a geographer).

As a readable and attractive introduction suitable for non-specialists, illustrated with a good selection of colour photographs and. waters to the east of mainland Shetland, from Samphrey in the north to Aith Ness in the south.

Shetland’s east coast is relatively sheltered. Cliffs dominate, interspersed with sandy beaches and bays. The sea depth is quite shallow along this coastline with a mixture of sand, mud and gravel forming the sea bed.

These habitats support a rich. A lacustrine record from a small lake, Lille Sneha Sø, in the Skallingen area indicates that the region was deglaciated in the early Holocene, prior to cal.

a BP. Deglaciation was probably triggered by high temperatures, but it took more than. Re-deposited cryptotephra layers in Holocene peats linked to anthropogenic activity.

Holocene environmental history. at Gunnister, north Mainland, Shetland. Holocene vegetation Much of the present land surface of Shetland is covered with blanket peat with plant communities dominated by heather, grasses and sedges.

The flora is restricted, with only some native vascular species, when compared with the vegetation covers which existed earlier in the Holocene and in previous warm intervals. The Holocene environmental history of the eastern slope of the Polar Ural Mountains has been reconstructed using pollen, spores, algae and other microfossils from.

The relative sea level history of Fildes Peninsula can be summarized in a RSL curve, constrained by isolation basin data across the mid-Holocene highstand, and additional data reported from previous studies of organic material incorporated into raised beaches in the late Holocene and optically stimulated luminescence dating of cobble by: This study presents the Holocene environmental history of the north-eastern coastal area of the Kamchatka Peninsula based on diatom, pollen and chironomid records from the sediment succession of a small coastal lake near the town of Ossora (Fig.

1a).The overall aims of this paper are (1) to qualitatively reconstruct the development of regional vegetation in north-eastern Kamchatka; (2) to Cited by: Holocene landscape reconstruction of the Wadden Sea area between Marsdiep and Weser. In: Vos, P., Origin of the Dutch coastal landscape.

Long-term evolution of the Netherlands during the Holocene, described and visualised in national, regional and local palaeographical maps series. Barkhuis (Groningen): – Cited by: 3. The English Fenland covers areas of Lincolnshire, Cambridgeshire, north Norfolk and parts of Suffolk and is the largest area of Holocene deposits (some 4 km2) in Britain.

Fenland sedimentary deposits are up to 30 m (typically to 20 m) thick and they show evidence of a complex palaeoenvironmental history. 4th Strategic Environmental Assessment – Area North & West of Orkney & Shetland September i Contents CONTENTS Non-Technical Summary 1 INTRODUCTION AND BACKGROUND Introduction 1 Regulatory context to SEA 1 History of the DTI SEA process 2.

Holocene sea-level histories are fragmented and unreliable, with sea-level reconstructions produced for the whole of the New Zealand masking local-scale trends in Holocene sea-level uctuations.

Local-scale Holocene sea-level curves produced for regions within the New Zealand archipelago show a north-south trend in sea-level uctuations. InFile Size: KB. the late Holocene. To include a summary diagram, demonstrating how sea-level has changed during the late Holocene. Summary This thesis will examine and improve knowledge on late Holocene environmental changes in the Forth valley.

In addition, the structure of File Size: 1MB. A combination of pollen and macrofossil analyses from six lakes at altitudes between and m above sea level (a.s.l.) in the Torneträsk area reflect the Holocene vegetation history.

The main field study area has been the Abisko valley at altitudes around m a.s.l. The largest lake, Vuolep Njakajaure has annually laminated (varved) by:. Recent studies suggest that the mean atmospheric state of the early Holocene (ca.

11,– cal. BP) resembled the positive phase of the Arctic/North Atlantic Oscillation Our Holocene fluvial record would support this view and indicates that a dominant westerly (zonal) flow pattern during the early Holocene led to reduced flooding Cited by:   A composite record of varve sedimentation is presented from high arctic meromictic Lake C2.

The combination of a short runoff and sediment transport season with the strong density stratification of the lake lead to the formation of annual sediment couplets.

This conclusion was confirmed by Pb determinations. High intra-lake correlation of the varves allowed the construction of a composite Cited by: A radiocarbon-dated multiproxy palaeoenvironmental record from the Lower Thames Valley at Hornchurch Marshes has provided a reconstruction of the timing and nature of vegetation succession against a background of Holocene climate change, relative sea level movement and human activities.

The investigation recorded widespread peat formation between c. and cal. yr BP (marine.