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pleistocene deposits of Holderness, East Yorkshire

J. A. Catt

pleistocene deposits of Holderness, East Yorkshire

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Published by Yorkshire Geological Society in [Great Britain] .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Other titlesProceedings of theYorkshire Geological Society.
Statementby J.A. Catt and L.F. Penny.
ContributionsPenny, L. F., Yorkshire Geological Society.
The Physical Object
Paginationp.375-420
Number of Pages420
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL13711149M

Terraced house for sale in Holderness Road, Hull, East Yorkshire HU8 Offers over £, Terraced house for sale - 3 bedrooms 3 1 2.   In this book, Samuel McKie has produced a guide to the most common fossils that can be found at different sites along the Yorkshire coast. And, as he says, it is written by an amateur for amateurs. At the moment, it is set out in black and white, but he is hoping to raise enough. The stratigraphy and sedimentology of the glacial deposits exposed along the coast of east Yorkshire are reviewed. Critical sections at Filey Brigg, Barmston and Skipsea are examined to reassess the stratigraphy of Devensian Dimlington Stadial glacial deposits in the light of recent developments in glacial sedimentology. Sedimentary and glaciotectonic structures studied in the field and by.


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pleistocene deposits of Holderness, East Yorkshire by J. A. Catt Download PDF EPUB FB2

The Holderness tills are described, and grouped into two series: the Basement Series below, and the Drab-Purple-Hessle Series above. The Basement Till is shown to underlie (and not overlie as was formerly supposed) the Sewerby raised beach, which is considered to belong to the Last Interglacial.

The Basement Till was therefore deposited during the Saale Glaciation or earlier, and the Cited by:   Pleistocene deposits of the Holderness coast.

The Pleistocene lithostratigraphy in Holderness has traditionally been subdivided into three till members based principally upon lithological properties including colour, particle size distribution, clast (qualitative) and heavy mineral composition, and matrix calcium carbonate percentage (Catt and Cited by: These studies instead supported an exclusively British provenance, and are used to predict southward advance of a broadly coast-parallel North Sea Lobe.

Quantitative lithological and palynological analysis of the Pleistocene till succession in Holderness, East Yorkshire, however, remains to be carried by:   The Pleistocene deposits of eastern Yorkshire and adjacent areas have been studied intensively for about years, but numerous problems of dating and correlation remain.

Holderness provides the British type site for deposits of the Last Glacial Maximum (the Dimlington Stadial, part of Marine Isotope Stage 2) here dated to betw radiocarbon years (c. Cited by: The East Riding of Yorkshire (with York) doorway Driffield Early East Riding employed England existing feet Filey fish Flamborough Gate Glacial gravel Hall Head height Hill Holderness Hornsea Hornsea Mere House Hull Humber inches John King land length localities Lower marine Market Mean measures mentioned miles About Google Books.

Pleistocene till provenance in east Yorkshire: reconstructing ice flow of the British North Sea Lobe. Proceedings of the Geologist’s Association99 [ACCEPTED MANUSCRIPT].

Pleistocene deposits of the Holderness coast The Pleistocene lithostratigraphy in Holderness has traditionally been subdivided into three. Some Pleistocene Deposits at Kirmington and Crayford - Volume 72 Issue 7 - J. Burchell Skip to main content Accessibility help We use cookies to distinguish you from other users and to provide you with a better experience on our websites.

Proceedings of the Yorkshire Geological Soci Catt J A & L F Penny The Pleistocene deposits of Holderness, East Yorkshire. Proceedings of the Yorkshire Geological Soci Dakyns J R & C Fox-Strangways T he geology of Bridlington Bay.

Memoir of the Geological Survey of England and Wales. HMSO, London. 18pp. Humberside Geologist no. Quaternary Geology of the Holderness Coast: A Brief Overview. Tracy J. Marsters. Introduction. The Quaternary Period is comprised of the Pleistocene and Holocene Epochs, which make up approximately the last million years of Earth’s history.

Holderness is an area of the East Riding of Yorkshire, on the east coast of area of rich agricultural land, Holderness was marshland until it was drained in the Middle Ages.

Topographically, Holderness has more in common with the Netherlands than with other parts of Yorkshire. To the north and west are the Yorkshire Wolds. Audio Books & Poetry Community Audio Computers, Technology and Science Music, Full text of "The geology of Holderness, and the adjoining parts of Yorkshire and Lincolnshire" See other pleistocene deposits of Holderness.

As well as the till deposits to the east in Yorkshire, some water-worn pebbles of flint (possibly northern type) were found during excavations at Pin Hole (Jacobi, ), suggesting the presence.

The geology of Holderness, and the adjoining parts of Yorkshire and Lincolnshire Item Preview remove-circle Follow the "All Files: HTTP" pleistocene deposits of Holderness in the "View the book" box to the left to find XML files that contain more metadata about the original images and the derived formats (OCR results, PDF etc.).

Twenty sites were excavated on the route of a National Grid pipeline across Holderness, East Yorkshire. These included an early Mesolithic flint-working area, near Sproatley. In situ deposits of this age are rare, and the site is a significant addition to understanding of the post-glacial development of.

The plain of Holderness is the triangular peninsula which forms the south-eastern ex- tremity of Yorkshire. The region is bounded to the west and north by the dip slopes of the Yorkshire Wolds, and to the south and east by the Humber estuary and the North Sea. In the case of Holderness. Originally published during the early part of the twentieth century, the Cambridge County Geographies were designed to provide a series of concise guides to British regions.

Aimed at the general reader, they combined a comprehensive approach to various aspects of physical and human geography with an emphasis on clarity. This guide to the East Riding of Yorkshire by Bernard Hobson was first.

The Pleistocene deposits of Holderness, East Yorkshire. Proceedings Of The Yorkshire Geological Society. 35 (3), p. no Age and insect fauna of the Dimlington Silts, East Yorkshire.

Stone Orientation and Other Structural Features of Tills in East Yorkshire - Volume Issue 4 - L. Penny, J. Catt. Brian S. The Pleistocene Drift Succession at Porth-Clais, Pembrokeshire. Geological Magazine, Vol.Issue. 05 The Pleistocene deposits of Holderness, East Yorkshire.

The raised beach sediments revealed in the cliffs at Sewerby, East Yorkshire are widely regarded as Ipswichian in age. Previously reported evidence for this dating is reviewed and new results from a range of luminescence dating techniques applied to the blown sand deposit overlying the.

Wintle, A. and Catt, J. Thermoluminescence dating of Dimlington stadial deposits in eastern England. Boreas.

14 (3), pp. Diamicton deposits (up to m thick) in the Vale of Pickering and the Tabular Hills (i.e. Middle Pleistocene) in north-east Yorkshire is sparse, probably as a result of removal of earlier deposits by glacial and deposits and Late Devensian tills have been described from Holderness coast and east Yorkshire by early workers (Lamplugh.

PDF | This report provides an overview of a short investigation of Quaternary deposits undertaken at Sandsfield Quarry, near Brandesburton in East | Find, read and cite all the research you.

‘The Pleistocene deposits of Holderness, East Yorkshire’ Proceedings of the Yorkshire Geological Society, 35 (3), No, summary Ciavola, P () ‘Coastal dynamics and impact of coastal protection works on the Spurn Head spit (UK)’ Catena, 30, Clark, C D, Hughes, A L C, Greenwood, S L, Jordan, C, and Sejrup, H P ().

The Holderness coast is composed largely of ‘soft’ Quaternary sediments, mainly glacial till, which form cliffs up to 38 m high. Cliff erosion rates have shown a complex pattern of spatial and temporal variation over the past years which reflects interaction of natural processes and human interventions, notably building of coastal defences at Bridlington, Hornsea, Withernsea, Mappleton.

The Geology of Holderness, and the Adjoining Parts of Yorkshire and Lincolnshire. The geology of Holderness, and the adjoining parts of.

Madgett, P.A., and Catt, J.A. Petrography, Stratigraphy and Weathering of Late Pleistocene tills in East Yorkshire, Lincolnshire and North Norfolk. Proceedings of the Yorkshire Geological Society. Vol. – Google Scholar. The loess component of a solifluction deposit of the Dimlington Stadial exposed at the inland site of Eppleworth in eastern England gave a thermoluminescence date of ± × 10 3 years.

The solifluction deposit is overlain by a slightly weathered till correlated with the Skipsea Till of coastal exposures.

which lies between organic horizons with radiocarbon dates of 18,–18, B.P. Sutton-in-Holderness: The Manor, The Berewic, And The Village Community - - pages Notices Of Wetwang - - 9 pages East Riding Field Names, Mainly Of The Parishes Of Warter, Goodmanham, Burnby, Nunburnholme & Watton - 25 pages Folk Lore Of East Yorkshire -.

Marfleet, northwards to Bilton; it includes the east Yorkshire coast from Aldbrough to Flamborough Head and extends westwards to Wetwang and Market Weighton (Figure 3). In general, the superficial deposits occupy the lower ground within the project area, with.

Cardium echinatum is also a new record for the Norwich Crag; it was known to Wood only f r o m two specimens in the Red Crag and seems to be very rare in the East Anglian marine Pleistocene.

For East Yorkshire and the coast the book is of little value. A Short Sketch of the Geology of Yorkshire. By Charles Bird (Univ. Lond.) (London: Simpkin, Marshall, and Co.; Bradford: Thomas Brear. Testing the case for a Middle Pleistocene Scandinavian glaciation in Eastern England: evidence for a Scottish ice source for tills within the Corton Formation of East.

Sewerby, East Yorkshire, are of national and international importance containing evidence for environmental change since at least the last interglacial (Evans71). The features seen include an Ipswichian interglacial beach deposit dating to c, m.y.a., sediments resulting from the drop in.

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The geology of the land is Holderness's undoing. Let's jump back two million years. Then. Holderness and east Lincolnshire didn't exist. Instead, the coastline stood west of Beverley and followed the chalk ridge that now forms the Lincolnshire and Yorkshire Wolds.

The Ice Age deposited glacial till that bolstered the cliffs. The East Riding of Yorkshire, or simply East Riding or East Yorkshire, is an area in Northern England and can refer either to the administrative county (Local Government Area) of the East Riding of Yorkshire which is a unitary authority, to the ceremonial county (Lieutenancy) of the East Riding of Yorkshire or to the easternmost of the three subdivisions of the traditional county of Yorkshire.

About this Item: Oxford University Press, United Kingdom, Hardback. Condition: New. Language: English. Brand new Book. The volume tells the stories of eighteen parishes in the southern part of Holderness wapentake, the wedge of Yorkshire between the North Sea and the Humber.

The Holderness Coastline The infamous Holderness Coastline is located on the East coast of Yorkshire, stretching from Flamborough Head to Spurn Point.

In the last years the coastline has retreated by almost m and since Roman times over 28 villages have disappeared into the sea between Bridlington and Spurn Head. HOLDERNESS WAPENTAKE (Middle and North Divisions) AN account of the former wapentake has been given in an earlier volume.

The history of the whole of South division, including Waxholme township, which was in Middle division but part of Owthorne parish, together with that of Hedon and Preston from Middle division, has similarly been dealt with elsewhere.

Holderness Country Park is situated in a tranquil location in open countryside on the outskirts of Tunstall, East Yorkshire.

We are a beautiful picturesque country park offering peace and outstanding views of the Yorkshire coast and within easy reach of all West Yorkshire towns via the M. The Hessle and Sewerby buried cliffs. Oh that the exposure was this clear today! Betweenandyears ago, prior to the deposition of the pleistocene tills of Holderness, the Yorkshire coast ran westwards of the current coastline running on a curving line running just to the west of Driffield, Beverley and Cottingham.The Pleistocene deposits of Holderness, east Yorkshire.

Proceedings of the Yorkshire Geological Society, 35, – Chapelhowe, R., On the glaciation in the north Roe, Shetland. Geographical Journal,60– weathering of Late Pleistocene tills in East Yorkshire, Lincolnshire and North Norfolk.

Proceedings of the Yorkshire.THE PLEISTOCENE MAMMALIA OF THE SEWERBY HESSLE BURIED CLIFF, EAST YORKSHIRE - Proceedings of the Yorkshire Geological Society 36; pp.illustr. Orig. extract, stapled, very good. 3. P. E. Kent. A CONTOUR MAP OF THE SUB-CARBONIFEROUS SURFACE IN THE NORTH-EAST MIDLANDS -