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Sand ramps as late Quaternary palaeoenvironmental archives: analysis from Southern Africa

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Sand ramps are widespread but understudied landforms which have the potential to provide detailed palaeoenvironmental information in dryland regions. This thesis investigates the utility of sand ramps as late Quaternary palaeoenvironmental archives by addressing two research questions: (1) What are the main controls on sand ramp formation in southern Africa? (2) What does the sand ramp record tell us about late Quaternary palaeoenvironments in southern Africa?

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SOGE
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National Environment Research Council
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NE/K500811/1
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DPhil
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Doctoral
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University of Oxford
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2017-04-21

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