David Bridgland
David Bridgland
Professor of Physical Geography, Durham University
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Quaternary of the Thames
DR Bridgland
Springer Science & Business Media, 2012
Climatically controlled river terrace staircases: a worldwide Quaternary phenomenon
D Bridgland, R Westaway
Geomorphology 98 (3-4), 285-315, 2008
River terrace systems in north-west Europe: an archive of environmental change, uplift and early human occupation
DR Bridgland
Quaternary Science Reviews 19 (13), 1293-1303, 2000
The history of the great northwest European rivers during the past three million years
PL Gibbard
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London. B, Biological …, 1988
Uplift-driven valley incision and climate-controlled river terrace development in the Thames Valley, UK
D Maddy, D Bridgland, R Westaway
Quaternary International 79 (1), 23-36, 2001
Flow in the lower continental crust as a mechanism for the Quaternary uplift of south-east England: constraints from the Thames terrace record
R Westaway, D Maddy, D Bridgland
Quaternary Science Reviews 21 (4-6), 559-603, 2002
The Quaternary uplift history of central southern England: evidence from the terraces of the Solent River system and nearby raised beaches
R Westaway, D Bridgland, M White
Quaternary Science Reviews 25 (17-18), 2212-2250, 2006
Crustal uplift in southern England: evidence from the river terrace records
D Maddy, DR Bridgland, CP Green
Geomorphology 33 (3-4), 167-181, 2000
Humans in the Hoxnian: habitat, context and fire use at Beeches Pit, West Stow, Suffolk, UK
RC Preece, JAJ Gowlett, SA Parfitt, DR Bridgland, SG Lewis
Journal of Quaternary Science: Published for the Quaternary Research …, 2006
Pliocene and Quaternary regional uplift in western Turkey: the Gediz River terrace staircase and the volcanism at Kula
R Westaway, M Pringle, S Yurtmen, T Demir, D Bridgland, G Rowbotham, ...
Tectonophysics 391 (1-4), 121-169, 2004
River terrace sequences: templates for Quaternary geochronology and marine–terrestrial correlation
D Bridgland, D Maddy, M Bates
Journal of Quaternary Science 19 (2), 203-218, 2004
Terrestrial environments during MIS 11: evidence from the Palaeolithic site at West Stow, Suffolk, UK
RC Preece, SA Parfitt, DR Bridgland, SG Lewis, PJ Rowe, TC Atkinson, ...
Quaternary Science Reviews 26 (9-10), 1236-1300, 2007
The development of a methodology for the selection of British geological sites for conservation: Part 1
WA Wimbledon, MJ Benton, RE Bevins, GP Black, DR Bridgland, CJ Cleal, ...
Modern geology 20 (2), 159, 1995
Preservation patterns of Late Cenozoic fluvial deposits and their implications: results from IGCP 449
DR Bridgland, R Westaway
Quaternary International 189 (1), 5-38, 2008
A chronological framework for the British Quaternary based on Bithynia opercula
KEH Penkman, RC Preece, DR Bridgland, DH Keen, T Meijer, SA Parfitt, ...
Nature 476 (7361), 446-449, 2011
Sedimentology, palaeontology and archaeology of late Middle Pleistocene River Thames terrace deposits at Purfleet, Essex, UK
DC Schreve, DR Bridgland, P Allen, JJ Blackford, CP Gleed-Owen, ...
Quaternary Science Reviews 21 (12-13), 1423-1464, 2002
The Palaeolithic occupation of Europe as revealed by evidence from the rivers: data from IGCP 449
DR Bridgland, P Antoine, N Limondin‐Lozouet, JI Santisteban, ...
Journal of Quaternary Science: Published for the Quaternary Research …, 2006
Fluvial sequences as evidence for landscape and climatic evolution in the Late Cenozoic: a synthesis of data from IGCP 518
R Westaway, DR Bridgland, R Sinha, T Demir
Global and Planetary Change 68 (4), 237-253, 2009
Holywell Coombe, Folkestone: a 13,000 year history of an English chalkland valley
RC Preece, DR Bridgland
Quaternary Science Reviews 18 (8-9), 1075-1125, 1999
The Middle and Upper Pleistocene sequence in the Lower Thames: a record of Milankovitch climatic fluctuation and early human occupation of southern Britain: Henry Stopes …
DR Bridgland
Proceedings of the Geologists' Association 117 (3), 281-305, 2006
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