The Geomorphology of North-west England

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Richard Hugh Johnson
Manchester University Press, Jan 1, 1985 - Science - 421 pages
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Contents

The geological evolution of Northwest England F M Broadhurst
24
Glacial and PostGlacial climatic conditions in Northwest England
59
Soil development and soil patterns in Northwest England
80
Conclusion
93
The river systems of Northwest England A M Harvey
122
The Quaternary of the northern Irish Sea Basin G S P Thomas
143
Quaternary geomorphology of the southern Lake District
159
The Quaternary history of the Lancashire Plain David Longworth
178
The Devensian glaciation
244
Conclusion
260
The Late and Postglacial environmental history of the southern
282
The distribution and origins of the lowland mosslands
299
Origins of the main mossland types
306
new Light on
313
Geomorphology and urban development in the Manchester area
337
Ground movements in parts of Salford and Bury Greater Manchester
353

Pleistocene history of the Cheshire Shropshire Plain Peter Worsley
201
The Quaternary history of North Staffordshire A Knowles
222
The imprint of glaciation on the West Pennine Uplands
237

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