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Middle Pleistocene molluscan and ostracod faunas from Allhallows, Kent, UK

Bates, M.R, Keen, D.H., Whittaker, J.E., Merry, J.S. and Wenban-Smith, F.F. (2002) Middle Pleistocene molluscan and ostracod faunas from Allhallows, Kent, UK Proceedings of the Geologists' Association, 113, (3), pp. 223-236. (doi:10.1016/S0016-7878(02)80026-8).

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Abstract

Although known from the nineteenth century, the terraces of the Medway have been far less frequently described in the literature than those of the Thames. In particular, the well known fossiliferous occurrences of such sites as Swanscombe, Purfleet and Aveley have no counterpart in the Medway, despite the two rivers forming part of the same basin. Here we describe molluscan and ostracod faunas of Middle Pleistocene age from Allhallows, Kent close to the modern confluence of the two rivers, which begin to allow correlation of the Medway terraces with the better known Thames succession.

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Published date: 2002
Additional Information: Report on Middle Pleistocene faunal remains, particularly molluscs and ostracods, from deeply filled channels under the Thames Estuary

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Local EPrints ID: 12063
URI: http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/12063
ISSN: 0016-7878
PURE UUID: 92b82384-53b1-4c5b-b53d-eb63ac6058b3

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Date deposited: 18 Dec 2004
Last modified: 17 Jul 2017 17:04

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Author: M.R Bates
Author: D.H. Keen
Author: J.E. Whittaker
Author: J.S. Merry

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