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The Pleistocene History of the Middle Thames Valley

by Philip L. Gibbard

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Published by Cambridge University Press in Cambridge, New York .
Written in English

    Places:
  • England,
  • Thames Valley.
    • Subjects:
    • Geology, Stratigraphic -- Pleistocene.,
    • Glacial landforms -- England -- Thames Valley.,
    • Paleolithic period -- England -- Thames Valley.

    • Edition Notes

      StatementPhilip L. Gibbard.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsQE697 .G387 1985
      The Physical Object
      FormatHardcover
      Paginationvii, 155 p. :
      Number of Pages155
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL2858679M
      ISBN 100521265789
      LC Control Number84021358

      Gibbard PL () The Pleistocene history of the Middle Thames Valley. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, p Google Scholar Gibbard PL () The history of the great northwest European rivers during the last three million years. Philip Leonard Gibbard (born in Chiswick, London) is a Quaternary geologist and has been Professor of Quaternary Palaeoenvironments in the University of Cambridge, Department of Geography since A PhD student of Professor Richard Gilbert West in the Subdepartment of Quaternary Research, University of Cambridge (–), he investigated the diversion of the River Thames .

      The Middle Thames. Peter Freebody & Co are situated in the heart of the middle Thames. This stretch of the river, between Abingdon upstream and Windsor downstream, spans three counties and offers some of the most picturesque scenery on the Thames together with a wealth of historic towns and villages and a variety of annual events. Bridgland, D.R. The Pleistocene History and Early Human Occupation of the River Thames Valley. In N. Ashton, F. Healy and P. Pettit (eds.) Stone Age Archaeology: Essays in honour of John Wymer: 29– Oxbow Monograph & Lithic Studies Society Occasional Paper No. 6. Oxford: Oxbow Books. Bridgland, D.R.

      The first, 'Late Quaternary Landscape History of the Swale-Ure Washlands' (with a follow up 'Late Quaternary Environmental & Human History of the Lower Tees Valley') has led to a number of publications, including a book (Oxbow books, ). The second, 'The Lower and Middle Palaeolithic Occupation of the Middle and Lower Trent Catchment and. Gibbard PL. Pleistocene history of the Vale of St. Albans. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London B – Gibbard PL. Middle Pleistocene drainage in the Thames Valley. Geological Magazine 35– Gibbard PL. Pleistocene History of the Lower Thames Valley.


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Gibbard,Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, U.K., VII & pp., $Author: John Boardman. The Lower Thames Valley is a classic area for British Pleistocene studies. The valley contains a sequence of River Thames deposits representing approximately the pastyears, including older, highly fragmented and eroded sediments derived from Thames tributaries and by: The Pleistocene history of the Middle Thames Valley.

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Subjects: England -- Middle Thames Valley -- Pleistocene strata; Confirm this request. The Lower Thames Valley is a classic area for British Pleistocene studies. The valley contains a sequence of River Thames deposits representing approximately the lastyears, including older, highly fragmented and eroded sediments derived from Thames tributaries and by: Title: The Pleistocene history of the Middle Thames Valley.

Philip L. Gibbard publisher Cambridge university press £ (hard cover) ISBN 0 9. The Lower Thames Valley is a classic area for British Pleistocene studies.

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by Philip L. Gibbard, Cambridge University Press,pp., 59 figures. ISBN£ Authors. The Pleistocene history of the Lower Thames Valley or an earlier Middle Pleistocene temperate Anglian terraces are significantly higher above the valley floor in the Middle Thames (up to.

King, W.B.R. and Oakley, K.P. The Pleistocene succession in the lower part of the Thames Valley. Proceedings of the Prehistoric Society 2, 52 - Google ScholarAuthor: Duncan McGregor.

The Middle Thames Valley extends from Goring near Reading to Central London, and includes the largest single spread of river terrace deposits in the country. These deposits record the Thames' history over the last million years, and have been studied in detail by the author.

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The. Quaternary Research Association, London. Middle Pleistocene drainage in the Thames Valley. Geol. Mag.,Terrace stratigraphy and drainage history of the Plateau Gravels of north Surrey, south Berkshire and north Hampshire.

Proc. Geol. Ass., 93, Pleistocene history of the Middle Thames by: This is followed by a review of the Middle Thames sequence, as currently understood.

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Guide book for excursion A5. A contribution to the Pleistocene history of the Upper. In contrast to the sedimentary records of the River Thames and the erstwhile Bytham system, which extend back to the early Pleistocene, present knowledge of the terrace sequence of the Trent, its tributary systems and associated ancestral courses extends back only to the Anglian glaciation (Marine Isotope Stage (MIS) 12), although the regional.The principal aim of this volume is to provide descriptions of Sites of Special Scientific Interest, selected as part of the Geological Conservation Review, that yield evidence for the Pleistocene history of the River Thames and its tributaries.

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