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Pollen analysis of early Flandrian peat deposits at Llyn Gwernan, Gwynedd, North Wales.

Fiona C. Laing

Pollen analysis of early Flandrian peat deposits at Llyn Gwernan, Gwynedd, North Wales.

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Pollen analysis of early Flandrian peat deposits at Llyn Gwernan, Gwynedd, North Wales. by Fiona C. Laing Download PDF EPUB FB2

Interpretation of the pollen stratigraphy of Late Devensian lateglacial and early Flandrian sediments at Llyn Gwernan, near Cader Idris, North Wales J. LOWE Quaternary Research Unit, Geography Department, City of London Polytechnic, Cited by:   Palaeomagnetic analysis of specimens from a high-resolution Late Devensian Lateglacial sedimentary sequence at Llyn Gwernan, North Wales has provi Pollen analysis of early Flandrian peat deposits at Llyn Gwernan, Gwynedd, Wales, MSc thesis, City of London Polytechnic.

Google ScholarCited by: 1. Gwynedd Devensian lateglacial and early Flandrian sediments at Llyn Gwernan, near Cader Idris, North Wales BY J. LOWE AND S. LOWE* Quaternary Research Unit, Geography Department, City of London Polytechnic, Calcutta House, Old Castle Street, London El 7NT (Received 27 January ; accepted 20 July ) SUMMARY.

Palynological investigation of lacustrine sediments in Llyn Idwal, in the uplands of Snowdonia, North Wales, has shown that pollen assemblages predating those at the North Wales.

book of Godwin's () pollen diagram are by: 8. Pollen Gwynedd are presented from two upland cwms in Gwynedd. North Wales. The profiles provide a detailed record of vegetational and environmental changes in the uplands of Snowdonia during the early and later postglacial (Flandrian) periods.

Radiocarbon dates indicate that at bothCited by: (). Interpretation of the pollen stratigraphy of Late Devensian lateglacial and early Flandrian sediments at Llyn Gwernan, near Cader Idris, North Wales. Inwashed pollen spectra at Loch Fada, Isle of Skye.

Karakterisering of lsejo'rdata: Characterisation of unconsolidated sediments. ().Author: Stephen Lowe. Two Postglacial pollen profiles from the uplands of Snowdonia, Gwynedd, North Wales Article in New Phytologist 95(1) - May with 14 Reads How we measure 'reads'Author: JOHN INCE.

This paper considers the contribution of pollen analysis to conservation strategies aimed at restoring planted ancient woodland. Pollen and charcoal data are presented from organic deposits located adjacent to the Wentwood, a large planted ancient woodland in southeast Wales.

Knowledge of the ecosystems preceding conifer planting can assist in Cited by: 9. Indeed, in north Wales colonisation of open ground plants had begun at Glanllynnau by 14, 14 C yr BP (Coope and Brophy, ), while at Llyn Gwernan in west Wales, dates of 13,± BP (bulk sample: radiometric) ± ± BP (‘humic’ fraction: AMS) have been obtained on the earliest Interstadial lake sediments Cited by: Pollen diagrams are presented from two upland cwms in Gwynedd, North Wales.

The profiles provide a detailed record of vegetational and environmental changes in the uplands of Snowdonia during the early and later postglacial (Flandrian) by: Natural Resources Wales (NRW) are undertaking a flood risk management appraisal study for St Asaph, North Wales.

The town was subject to severe flooding from the River Elwy during November with some properties and businesses directly affected. A key objective for the study is to deliver a Gwynedd risk.

Anomalous arboreal Pollen analysis of early Flandrian peat deposits at Llyn Gwernan assemblages in Late Pollen analysis of early Flandrian peat deposits at Llyn Gwernan and Early Flandrian deposits at Creich Castle, Fife, Scotland Article in Boreas 12(4) - January with 16 Reads.

climatic division of the post-glacial holds, this Gwynedd a first analysis only, and North Wales. book complexity underlies it. ZONATION OF POLLEN DIAGRAMS Comparison of pollen diagrams from England and Wales has suggested the practicability of applying to them a common zonation system already worked out for the East Anglian Fenland (Godwin, I a).

Pollen analysis and radiocarbon dating of Lateglacial and early Flandrian deposits in Snuzi^donia. North Wati-s. Ph,D, thesis, CNAA, City of London Polytechnic, UK, Ince J. Interpretation of the pollen stratigraphy of Late Devensian lateglacial and early Flandrian sediments at Llyn Gwernan, near Cader Idris, North Wales Article Nov INCE, J.

() Pollen analysis aji, aiocarbo ting Late-glacial and Early Flandrian deposi in N rth Wales. Unpublished Ph.D. Thesis, City London Polytechnic. Increasing Fraxinus coincides with the Ouercus rise and may reflect a thinner canopy and increased light associated with the spread of the oak : Ruth. Watkins.

Results are presented here for a radiocarbon-dated pollen stratigraphy based on sediments from Llyn Gwernan, a small freshwater lake situated on. The date for peat initiation at the site also dates the local rise in alder pollen.

This is later at Porth Neigwl than that obtained at a number of other sites in North Wales including Moel-y. UCL Discovery is UCL's open access repository, showcasing and providing access to UCL research outputs from all UCL disciplines.

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The Wetlands Ecosystem Group activities relate to the following Section 7 priority habitats in Wales: Lowland Fens; Lowland Raised Bog; Reedbeds; Coastal and Floodplain Grazing Marsh.

Lowland raised bog is a specialised habitat of elevated deposits of raised peat and is generally an acidic and nutrient-poor environment. Students carry out a simulation of a bog core analysis, and use the resulting data to think about either: Climate change ( students) Succession and climate change (post students) Context: bog cores and palynology.

When plants die, they normally decay. However, in anaerobic conditions, decay is greatly delayed and a peat bog may be formed. Total Ascent: feet: Total Descent: feet: Max Elevation: feet: Min Elevation: feet. Pen-y-bryn lies approximately m north west of the village of Abergwyngregyn, Gwynedd at a height of approximately 50 m OD.

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Natural Resources Wales (NRW) has announced plans for a £3m project to harvest unstable trees growing above a section of the trunk road between Machynlleth and Dolgellau.

The Bont Evans Tree Works and Stabilisation project, or BETWS, has been set up by NRW to protect people by removing the trees and stabilising the steep bank. Pollen analysis serves chiefly as a means of correlating the deposits with those from other sites in the Snowdonia region, although some features of the pollen diagrams are discussed.

The data indicate that erosion was accelerated in the drainage basin of the tarn following the decline in Ulmus pollen by: In this update of the edition, Benchley (U. of Liverpool, UK) and Rawson (U. College, London) introduce 17 chapters by noting the remarkable fact that the landmass of present-day England and Wales encompasses all the geological systems.

Their introduction presents a broad overview that is accessible to nonspecialists, and features a reproducti5/5(1). The ancient history of the name Peat dates back to the days of the Anglo-Saxon tribes of Britain. It was a name given to a person who was referred to as Peat.

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