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Palaeosols and the interpretation of the British Quaternary stratigraphy

, : Palaeosols and the interpretation of the British Quaternary stratigraphy. Geomorphology and soils: 348-375

Palaeosols have been identified at a wide range of occurrences in the British Quaternary stratigraphy, but in the majority of cases the evidence is fragmentary, profiles are disrupted or truncated, and the stratigraphic resolution is crude.

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