Peter Wilson
Peter Wilson
Emeritus Reader, Ulster University
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Rock-slope failure following Late Pleistocene deglaciation on tectonically stable mountainous terrain
CK Ballantyne, GF Sandeman, JO Stone, P Wilson
Quaternary Science Reviews 86, 144-157, 2014
Mid- to late-Holocene coastal dune event stratigraphy for the north coast of Northern Ireland
P Wilson, J McGourty, MD Bateman
The Holocene 14, 406-416, 2004
The geomorphological, ecological and pedological development of coastal foredunes at Magilligan Point, Northern Ireland
RWG Carter, P Wilson
Coastal Dunes: Form and Process, 129-157, 1990
Late-Holocene (post-4000 years BP) coastal dune development in Northumberland, northeast England
P Wilson, JD Orford, J Knight, SM Braley, AG Wintle
The Holocene 11, 215-229, 2001
Stone run (block stream) formation in the Falkland Islands over several cold stages, deduced from cosmogenic isotope (10Be and 26Al) surface exposure dating
P Wilson, MJ Bentley, C Schnabel, R Clark, S Xu
Journal of Quaternary Science 23, 461-473, 2008
Holocene coastal dune initiation in Northumberland and Norfolk, eastern UK: climate and sea-level changes as possible forcing agents for dune initiation
JD Orford, P Wilson, AG Wintle, J Knight, S Braley
Holocene Land-Ocean Interaction and Environmental Change around the North …, 2000
Enhanced rock-slope failure following ice-sheet deglaciation: timing and causes
CK Ballantyne, P Wilson, D Gheorghiu, A Rodes
Earth Surface Processes and Landforms 39, 900-913, 2014
Comment on Carr, S. and Coleman, C. (2007): "An improved technique for the reconstruction of former glacier mass-balance and dynamics", Geomorphology 92, 76-90
P Wilson
Geomorphology 99, 443-444, 2008
Aeolian processes and deposits in northwest Ireland
RWG Carter, P Wilson
The Dynamics and Environmental Context of Aeolian Sedimentary Systems, 173-190, 1993
Development and age structure of Holocene coastal sand dunes at Horn Head, near Dunfanaghy, Co. Donegal, Ireland
P Wilson, SM Braley
The Holocene 7, 187-197, 1997
Characteristics and significance of protalus ramparts and fossil rock glaciers on Errigal Mountain, County Donegal.
P Wilson
Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy, Section B 90, 1-21, 1990
New constraints on the age of the last ice sheet glaciation in NW England using optically stimulated luminescence dating
MW Telfer, P Wilson, TC Lord, PJ Vincent
Journal of Quaternary Science 24, 906-915, 2009
Evaluation of a capacitance probe frequency response model accounting for bulk electrical conductivity: comparison with TDR and network analyzer measurements
DA Robinson, TJ Kelleners, JD Cooper, CMK Gardner, P Wilson, I Lebron, ...
Vadose Zone Journal 4, 992-1003, 2005
A rock avalanche deposit in Burtness Comb, Lake District, northwest England
R Clark, P Wilson
Geological Journal 39, 419-430, 2004
Cosmogenic isotope (36Cl) surface exposure dating of the Norber erratics, Yorkshire Dales: Further constraints on the timing of the LGM deglaciation in Britain
PJ Vincent, P Wilson, TC Lord, C Schnabel, KM Wilcken
Proceedings of the Geologists' Association 121, 24-31, 2010
Soil erosion in the Falkland Islands: an assessment
P Wilson, R Clark, JH McAdam, EA Cooper
Applied Geography 13, 329-352, 1993
Rockfall talus slopes and associated talus-foot features in the glaciated uplands of Great Britain and Ireland: periglacial, paraglacial or composite landforms
P Wilson
Periglacial and Paraglacial Processes and Environments, 133-144, 2009
Morphology and significance of some Loch Lomond Stadial moraines in the south-central Lake District, England
P Wilson
Proceedings of the Geologists' Association 113, 9-21, 2002
Lateglacial rock slope failures in north-west Ireland: age, causes and implications
CK Ballantyne, P Wilson, C Schnabel, S Xu
Journal of Quaternary Science 28, 789-802, 2013
Development of miniature sorted patterned ground following soil erosion in East Falkland, South Atlantic
P Wilson, R Clark
Earth Surface Processes and Landforms 16, 369-376, 1991
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