Regional geochemical soil data as aid to the reconstruction of Mid-Pleistocene ice flows across Central and Eastern England
Scheib, Andreas; Lee, Jonathan; Breward, Neil; Lister, Bob. 2009 Regional geochemical soil data as aid to the reconstruction of Mid-Pleistocene ice flows across Central and Eastern England. In: 24th International Applied Geochemistry Symposium (IAGS 2009), New Brunswick, Canada, 1-4 June 2009.Before downloading, please read NORA policies.
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Principal component analysis of high-density, regional soil geochemical data was used to reveal element associations within Mid-Pleistocene glacigenic till deposits across Central and Eastern England. Results have helped to characterise tills by their geochemical composition at a regional scale, leading to a better understanding of, (i) which parent materials tills have been derived from, (ii) sediment transportation paths and flow trajectories of the British Ice Sheet, and (iii) the evolution of the British Ice Sheet during the Mid-Pleistocene.
|Item Type:||Publication - Conference Item (Paper)|
|Programmes:||BGS Programmes 2009 > Environmental Geoscience Baselines|
|NORA Subject Terms:||Glaciology
Agriculture and Soil Science
|Date made live:||25 Mar 2009 14:29|
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