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Drumlin Symposium

Drumlin Symposium

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Published by Routledge .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Geological surface processes (geomorphology),
  • Physical geography,
  • Earth Sciences - Geography,
  • Geomorphology,
  • Science

  • Edition Notes

    ContributionsJ. Menzies (Editor), J. Rose (Editor)
    The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages362
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL9385790M
    ISBN 109061917921
    ISBN 109789061917922

    Wysota W., Sokołowski R. J., Karasiewicz M. T. Morphology and internal composition of the Elbląg Upland drumlins. [W:] Jan A. Piotrowski, Wojciech Wysota (red.) Field Excursion Guide Book of 6th International Drumlin Symposium June , pp. Drumlin Symposium: proceedings of the Drumlin Symposium/First Int ernational Conference on Geomorphology, Manchester, September Dynamic physical chemistry: a textbook of thermodynamics, equilibria and kinetics: Feminine sexuality: Jacques Lacan and the école freudienne: Freud and the non-european. Freud e os não-europeus.

    This "Cited by" count includes citations to the following articles in Scholar. The ones marked * may be different from the article in the profile. Due to canal-digging activities in and , two small and one large temporary exposure, all ranging from 4 to 5 m in depth, were studied with respect to the sedimentology and structural geology, in the glacial ridge of Midwolda, Groningen, the Netherlands.

    Drumlin Symposium (Menzies and Rose, ). Discussion Drift nose drumlins are only mentioned in the literature once in a paper by Boulton (); he .   Shaw, J. and Gorrell, G. Subglacially formed dunes with bimodal and graded gravel in the Trenton drumlin field, Ontario, Canada. Géographie Physique et Quaterna 21 - Google Scholar.


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Sedimentology of late-Pleistocene drumlins in south-central Ulster, Northern Ireland: Drumlin Symposium, proceedings, Menzies & Ross (eds) Rotterdam: Balkema: p Subglacial sheetwast and debris flow deposits in late-Pleistocene drumlins, Northern Ireland: Drumlin Symposium, proceedings, Menzies & Ross (eds) Rotterdam: Balkema.

drumlin symposium. rotterdam, boston: balkema. Drumlin Symposium book s., 76 dm. Users without a subscription are not able to see the full content. Please, subscribe or login to access all content. Geomorphology, 6 () 1 Elsevier Science Publishers B.V., Amsterdam The Third International Drumlin Symposium Introduction Risto Aarioa and Olavi Heikkinenb aDepartment of Geology, University of Oulu, SF Oulu, Finland bDepartment of Geography, University of Oulu, SF 70 Oulu, Finland (Received Ma ; accepted after Cited by: 2.

Boulton, G.S. () A theory of drumlin formation by subglacial sediment deformation. In, Menzies, J. and Rose, J. (eds) Drumlin Symposium. Balkema, Rotterdam, p. 25–80 Google Scholar Boulton GS, Clark CD () A highly mobile Laurentide ice sheet revealed by satellite images of glacial lineations.

G.S. Boulton: ‘A theory of drumlin formation by subglacial sediment deformation’. In: Drumlin Symposium, ed. by J. Menzies, J. Rose (Balkema, Rotterdam ) pp Cited by:   This volume contains a selection of papers presented at the VII International Drumlin Symposium (Westport, Ireland) in May This introduction to.

This cartoon is Drumlin Symposium book to simply illustrate the potentially complex variability of some drumlin sediments and is redrawn from the front cover of the ‘Drumlin Symposium’ book (Menzies and Rose, ).

Whilst a complete cross-section through a drumlin is certainly informative, it may not be representative of an entire drumlin field. Insights into drumlin development from ground-penetrating radar at Múlajökull, Iceland, a surge-type glacier - Jacob B.

Woodard, Lucas K. Zoet, Ívar. The opening sentence of the Prefaces of two previous Drumlin Symposium volumes, published in this journal, has conveyed the same message: the subglacial environment is difficult to access and as a result many of its dynamical processes are unknown (Dardis and McCabe,Piotrowski, ).

Intermediate between the erosional structure drumlin and the deformational structure drumlin is the drumlin with brittle stoss-side deformation (Fig. 9(ii)). Within this type of drumlin, most of the internal sediment was deposited prior to the drumlinizing event, in a similar way to the erosional drumlin.

Subglacial bedforms are a range of landforms ( 5 m long) shaped mostly in glacial sediments and are abundant on ice-sheet beds. Numerous explanations for their generation, especially of drumlins, have been proposed.

Rather than viewing them as resulting from erosion or deposition directly by ice, Smalley and Unwin () proposed that both might occur. Drumlin sedimentology in a hard‐bed, lowland setting, Connemara, western Ireland: implications for subglacial bedform generation in areas of sparse till cover.

Journal of. The following is a list of papers, books, thesis, etc. on drumlins or closely related topics that I have put together in the past few years. It only includes publications in English. I apologize if the format of the references is not always homogeneous (especially for non-journal publications) and if typing mistakes occur.

Drumlin Symposium: Proceedings of the Drumlin Symposium, First International Conference on Geomorphology, Manchester, Balkema, Rotterdam & Boston, p. Refereed articles, Reports, Reviews, Conferences, Posters and Book Chapters (since ) Rice, J., Menzies, J., Paulen, R.C., and McClenaghan, M.B.

Jasper Knight's research works with 1, citations reads, including: Analysis of a blockstream in the northern Lesotho Drakensberg, southern Africa. Shareable Link. Use the link below to share a full-text version of this article with your friends and colleagues.

Learn more. A 'read' is counted each time someone views a publication summary (such as the title, abstract, and list of authors), clicks on a figure, or views or downloads the full-text. Drumlin Symposium. Proceedings of. Bibliography 15) Geo Books, Norwich.

Mitchell WA and Riley JM () Drumlin map of the Western. Pennines and southern Vale of. Proceedings of International Field Symposium “Late Glacial Maximum in the Valday Region, NW Russia”, September 13 – 17, Conference Paper Full-text available. Papers Invited for ASTM Symposium on Mapping and Geographic Information Systems.

Page Report. III. International Drumlin Symposium – Oulu, Finland. Page Report. General Assembly of the International Union of Geodesy and Geophysics in Vienna, Austria, 11–24 August Book reviews.

Kunkel. In Menzies, J and Rose, J eds. Drumlin Symposium. Manchester,A.A. Balkema, Rotterdam, 25 – 80 Briner, JP () Supporting evidence from the New York drumlin field that elongate subglacial bedforms indicate fast ice flow.We classify the Múlajökull drumlin field, the only known active drumlin field (Johnson et al., ; Jónsson et al., ;Benediktsson et al., ), in central Iceland as a .Subglacial Bedforms.

SUBGLACIAL BEDFORMS A generic term for the range of longitudinal and transverse landforms produced at the base of a glacier or ice sheet as a result of active ice flow across a sediment base.

Whilst individual types of subglacial landforms have often been investigated in isolation, there has been an increasing realisation that they all belong to a .