Callum Firth
Callum Firth
Emeritus Professor of Physical Geography,
Verified email at canterbury.ac.uk
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The early Holocene sea level rise
DE Smith, S Harrison, CR Firth, JT Jordan
Quaternary Science Reviews 30 (15-16), 1846-1860, 2011
1972011
The holocene storegga slide tsunami in the United Kingdom
DE Smith, S Shi, RA Cullingford, AG Dawson, S Dawson, CR Firth, ...
Quaternary Science Reviews 23 (23-24), 2291-2321, 2004
1822004
Correlation between rate of sea-level change and frequency of explosive volcanism in the Mediterranean
WJ McGuire, RJ Howarth, CR Firth, AR Solow, AD Pullen, SJ Saunders, ...
Nature 389 (6650), 473-476, 1997
1361997
Postglacial tectonics of the Scottish glacio-isostatic uplift centre
CR Firth, IS Stewart
Quaternary Science Reviews 19 (14-15), 1469-1493, 2000
832000
Coastal elevation changes in eastern Sicily: implications for volcano instability at Mount Etna
C Firth, I Stewart, WJ McGuire, S Kershaw, C Vita-Finzi
Geological Society, London, Special Publications 110 (1), 153-167, 1996
831996
Holocene coastal uplift in the Taormina area, northeastern Sicily: implications for the southern prolongation of the Calabrian seismogenic belt
IS Stewart, A Cundy, S Kershaw, C Firth
Journal of Geodynamics 24 (1-4), 37-50, 1997
811997
Ice-proximal glaciomarine sedimentation and sea-level change in the Inverness area, Scotland: a review of the deglaciation of a major ice stream of the British Late Devensian …
JW Merritt, CA Auton, CR Firth
Quaternary Science Reviews 14 (3), 289-329, 1995
791995
Patterns of isostatic land uplift during the Holocene: evidence from mainland Scotland
DE Smith, RA Cullingford, CR Firth
The Holocene 10 (4), 489-501, 2000
562000
Loch Lomond stadial and Flandrian shorelines in the inner Moray Firth area, Scotland
CR Firth, BA Haggart
Journal of Quaternary Science 4 (1), 37-50, 1989
461989
Active faulting and neotectonic deformation on the eastern flank of Mount Etna, Sicily
I Stewart, W McGuire, C Vita-Finzi, C Firth, R Holmes
Zeitschrift für Geomorphologie. Supplementband, 73-94, 1993
431993
Holocene relative sea-level changes and shoreline displacement in the Dornoch Firth area, Scotland
DE Smith, CR Firth, SC Turbayne, CL Brooks
Proceedings of the Geologists' Association 103, 237-257, 1992
371992
Towards improved empirical isobase models of Holocene land uplift for mainland Scotland, UK
DE Smith, PT Fretwell, RA Cullingford, CR Firth
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society A: Mathematical, Physical …, 2006
362006
Recent estuarine sedimentation rates from shallow inter-tidal environments in western Scotland: implications for future sea-level trends and coastal wetland development
PA Teasdale, PEF Collins, CR Firth, AB Cundy
Quaternary Science Reviews 30 (1-2), 109-129, 2011
332011
Postglacial fault movement and palaeoseismicity in western Scotland: A reappraisal of the Kinloch Hourn fault, Kintail
IS Stewart, CR Firth, DJ Rust, PEF Collins, JA Firth
Journal of Seismology 5 (3), 307-328, 2001
312001
Patterns of Holocene relative sea level change in the North of Britain and Ireland
DE Smith, N Hunt, CR Firth, JT Jordan, PT Fretwell, M Harman, J Murdy, ...
Quaternary Science Reviews 54, 58-76, 2012
292012
Holocene spit development on a regressive shoreline, Dornoch Firth, Scotland
CR Firth, DE Smith, JD Hansom, SG Pearson
Marine Geology 124 (1-4), 203-214, 1995
291995
Late Devensian and Holocene glacio-isostatic uplift patterns in Scotland
CR Firth, DE Smith, RA Cullingford
Quaternary Proceedings 3 (1), 14, 1993
281993
Relative sea-level rise during the Main Postglacial Transgression in NE Scotland, UK
DE Smith, CR Firth, CL Brooks, M Robinson, PEF Collins
TRANSACTIONS-ROYAL SOCIETY OF EDINBURGH 90, 1-27, 1999
271999
Late Devensian raised shorelines and ice limits in the inner Moray Firth area, northern Scotland
CR FIRTH
Boreas 18 (1), 5-21, 1989
271989
The altitude and age of the Main Postglacial Shoreline in eastern Scotland
RA Cullingford, DE Smith, CR Firth
Quaternary International 9, 39-52, 1991
231991
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