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Late pleistocene fauna and flora from Upton Warren, Worcestershire.

G. R. Coope

Late pleistocene fauna and flora from Upton Warren, Worcestershire.

by G. R. Coope

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Published by Royal Society in London .
Written in English


Edition Notes

SeriesPhilosophical transactions of the Royal Society of London -- no.714
ContributionsShotton, F. R. S., Strachan, I.
The Physical Object
Pagination41p. :
Number of Pages41
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL21425125M

Start studying The Pleistocene: flora, fauna, and shifting biomes. Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools. Coope GR, Shotton FW, Strachan I, Dance SP (). ‘A Late Pleistocene Fauna and Flora from Upton Warren, Worcestershire’. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B (): [Abstract only] Elias SA (). Advances in Quaternary Entomology (Developments in Quaternary Science 12). Elsevier, Amsterdam.

Citations Plants and Animals of the Pleistocene Epoch By: Natalie Martin, Michael Jarrell, and Devin Taylor How Plants Survived The plants that thrived during the Pleistocene Epoch, such as conifers, pines, and cypress trees, were ones that did not require large amounts of. - Guide-Book of Excursion C, V I 1 N Q U A Congress. L6dz EBERS, Edith: Drumlinkerne, ältere Würmschotter und das Interstadial-Profil von Hörmating/Obb.

[] Mentions significance of published papers on BFs collected from UW [ ‘A Late Pleistocene fauna and flora from Upton Warren, Worcestershire’ Philisophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London [PTRSL]B p] and from a siliceous sand pit in Chelford, Cheshire [ ‘A Late Pleistocene insect fauna from Chelford. Pleistocene deposits containing the disarticulated skeleton of a mammoth, and associated faunal and floral remains, were discovered in July at Upper Strensham, Worcestershire. The environmental evidence from the fauna and flora together with limited geological evidence, indicates that the deposits accumulated within a low energy fluvial environment with a surrounding marsh and restricted.


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Late pleistocene fauna and flora from Upton Warren, Worcestershire by G. R. Coope Download PDF EPUB FB2

A LATE PLEISTOCENE FAUNA AND FLORA FROM UPTON WARREN, WORCESTERSHIRE BY G. COOPE, F. SHOTTON, F.R.S. AND I. STRACHAN Department of Geology, University of Birmingham With an appendix on the genus Pisidium at Upton Warren BY S.

DANCE (Received 3 February ) [Plates 19 to 22] CONTENTS PAGE PAGE. A large fauna and a large flora are described from terrace deposits of the River Salwarpe at Upton Warren, Worcestershire. The fossils occur in several extensive lenticular bands of silt in the lower half of a gravel succession.

A large fauna and a large flora are described from terrace deposits of the River Salwarpe at Upton Warren, Worcestershire. The fossils occur in several extensive lenticular bands of silt in the lower half of a gravel succession. From the stratigraphy and a radiocarbon age of 42 years, the deposits are ascribed to the beginning of the Gottweig Interstadial, immediately following the maximum.

A Late Pleistocene Fauna and Flora from Upton Warren, Worcestershire Created Date: Z. A large fauna and a large flora are described from terrace deposits of the River Salwarpe at Upton Warren, Worcestershire. The fossils occur in several extensive lenticular bands of silt in the.

A of Upton Warren after the site in Worcestershire 1 where it was first found. The solution to the identity of this species was both unexpected and dramatic. The solution to Cited by: Pleistocene Epoch - Pleistocene Epoch - Pleistocene fauna and flora: The plants and animals of the Pleistocene are, in many respects, similar to those living today, but important differences exist.

Moreover, the spatial distribution of various Pleistocene fauna and flora types differed markedly from what it is at present. Changes in climate and environment caused large-scale migrations of both. A Late Pleistocene insect fauna from Chelford, Cheshire.

Proceedings of the Royal Society of London, B Coope, G. () On the study of glacial and interglacial insect faunas. Proceedings of the Linnean Society of London, Coope, G.

R., Shotton, F. & Strachan, I. A Late Pleistocene fauna and flora from File Size: KB. Exposures in the Power House Terrace of the River Stour at Wilden, Worcestershire, England.

Author links open overlay which yielded pollen and an extensive insect fauna, and both these indicate a Late Devensian date, from ab to 10, years BP.

R., F. SHOTI'ON, & I. STRACHAN. A Late Pleistocene fauna and flora from Cited by:   A late Pleistocene fauna and flora from Upton Warren, Worcestershire. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London, B, – Google ScholarCited by: Macroscopic remains of about species of mosses have been recovered from British deposits of the last glaciation.

The deposits investigated come from all periods, the most important being Sidgwick Avenue (Cambridge) Early Weichselian, Chelford (Cheshire) 57, years B.P., Upton Warren (Worcestershire) 42, years B.P., Fladbury (Worcestershire) 38, years B.P., Barnwell Station Cited by: 8.

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Essentially all regions of the Earth were influenced by these climatic events, but the magnitude and direction of environmental change varied from place to place.

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A Middle Pleistocene palaeovalley-fill west of the Malvern Hills. ().Author: Kathleen Ann. Smith. A NOTE ON A LATE-WEICHSELIAN SPLACHNUM CAPSULE FROM SCOTLAND BY A. CONOLLY AND J. DICKSON Botany Department, University of Leicester and Botany School, University of Cambridge (Received 5 May ) SUMMARY A single capsule of the coprophilous genus Splachnuni is reported from deposits of Late-Weichselian (Late-glacial) age in by: 5.

Coope GR, Shotton FW, Strachan I and Dance SP (). A late Pleistocene fauna and flora from Upton Warren, Worcestershire. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London. Series B, Biological Science. Coope GR, Shotton FW, Strachan I. A Late Pleistocene fauna and flora from Upton Warren, Worcestershire.

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Studies of speciation patterns of high Andean plant and avian taxa () have led to the conclusion that Pleistocene Cited by:   Coope GR, Shotton FW, Strachan I, Dance SP (). ‘A Late Pleistocene Fauna and Flora from Upton Warren, Worcestershire’.

Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B (): [Abstract only] Elias SA (). Advances in Quaternary Entomology (Developments in Quaternary Science 12).

Elsevier, Amsterdam.