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Brooks, S. J., Mayle, F. E. and Lowe, J. J. 1997. Chironomid-based lateglacial climatic reconstruction for southeast Scotland. Journal of Quaternary Science 12, 161-167.

Brown, R. , Scott, A.C. & Jones, T.P. 1994. Taphonomy of fossil plants from the Viséan of East Kirkton, West Lothian, Scotland. Transactions of the Royal Society of Edinburgh: Earth Sciences 84, 267-274.

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Cadell, H. M. 1913. The Story of the Forth.

Charlesworth, J. K. 1926. The readvance, marginal kame-moraine of the south of Scotland, and some later stages of retreat. Transactions of the Royal Society of Edinburgh 55, 25-50.

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Frost, CA; Speirs, RB (1996) Soil erosion from a single rainstorm over an area in East Lothian, Scotland. Soil Use and Management 12, pp. 8-12.

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Galtier, J. & Scott, A.C. On Eristophyton and other gymnosperms from the Lower Carboniferous of Castleton Bay, East Lothian, Scotland. Geobios.23, 5-19.
 

Galtier, J. & Scott, A.C. 1994.  Anatomically preserved woody gymnosperms from the Viséan of East Kirkton, West Lothian, Scotland. Transactions of the Royal Society of Edinburgh: Earth Sciences 84, 261-266.

Galtier, J., Brown, R.,  & Scott, A.C., Rex, G. and Rowe, N. 1993. A Late Dinantian Flora from Weaklaw, East Lothian, Scotland. Special Papers in Palaeontolgy 49, 57-73.

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Gordon, J.E., 1993. Rammer Cleugh. In: J.E. Gordon and D.G. Sutherland (Editors), Quaternary of Scotland. Chapman and Hall, London, pp. 576-578.

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Hall, A. M. (1989). Pre-Late Devensian coastal rock platforms around Dunbar. Scottish Journal of Geology 25, 361-365.

Hall, A.M., 2011. Storm wave currents, boulder movement and shore platform development: a case study from East Lothian, Scotland. Marine Geology 283, 98–105.

Hesselbo, S.P. & Trewin, N.H. 1984. Deposition, diagenesis and structures of the Cheese Bay Shrimp Bed, Lower Carboniferous, East Lothian. Scottish Journal of Geology, 20, p.273-288.

Home, D.M. 1870. Striated boulder at Drylaw. Transactions of the Geological Society of Edinburgh 1, 350-351.

Howell, H. H., Geikie, A., and Young, J. (1866), The Geology of East Lothian, Mem. Geol. Surv. Gt. Britain, London.

Jackes, M. 1973. Sites of geomorphological interest in East Lothian. NCC Earth Science Group. Reports and Documents Geomorphology No. 24.

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Kendall, P. F. and Bailey, E. B. 1908. The glaciation of East Lothian south of the Garleton Hills. Transactions of the Royal Society of Edinburgh 46

Kirby, R. P. 1968. The ground moraines of Midlothian and East Lothian. Scottish Journal of Geology 4, 209-220.

Kirby, R. P. (1969). Morphometric analysis of glaciofluvial terraces in the Esk Basin, Midlothian. Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers 48: 1-18.

Kirby, R. P. (1969). Till fabric analyses from the Lothians, central Scotland.  Geografiska Annaler 51A: 48-60.

 

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Lagios, E. (1984) A geophysical study of the East Lothian volcanics, southeast Scotland. Earth and Planetary Science Letters
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Linton, D.L. 1962. Glacial erosion on soft-rock outcrops in central Scotland. Biuletyn Peryglacjalny 11, 247-257.

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McAdam, A. and Tulloch, W., 1985. Geology of the Haddington District. Memoir of the British Geological Survey. Stationery Office Books, London.

McAdam, A. D. and E. N. K. Clarkson (Editors), 1986. Lothian geology-an excursion guide. Scottish Academic Press.

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Monaghan A.A. and Parrish, R.R. 2006. Geochronology of Carboniferous-Permian magmatism in the Midland Valley of Scotland: implications for regional tectonomagmatic evolution and the numerical time scale. Journal of the Geological Society 163, 15-28.

Newey, W. W. 1965. Post glacial vegetational and climatic changes in part of South East Scotland as indicated by the pollen analysis and stratigraphy of some of its peat and lacustrine deposits. Edinburgh (unpublished)

Newey, W.W. (1969) Pollen analyses from South East Scotland. Proc. Bot. Soc. Edinburgh, 40, 424-434.

Parnell J. 2004.Titanium mobilization by hydrocarbon fluids related to sill intrusion in a sedimentary sequence, Scotland. Ore Geology Reviews, 24,155-167.

Paton, R. L. et al.  An amniote-like skeleton from the Early Carboniferous of Scotland. Nature 398, 508-513 (1999)

Pontee, N. I. 2006. Causes of beach lowering at Dunbar, Eastern Scotland, UK. Marine Engineering 159, 157-166.

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Ragg, J. M. and Futty, D. W. 1967. The soils of the country round Haddington and Eyemouth.

Robinson, M. (1982). "Diatom Analysis of Early Flandrian Lagoon Sediments from East Lothian, Scotland." Journal of Biogeography 9(3): 207-221.

Rothwell, G.W. & Scott, A.C. 1992 Stamnostoma oliveri, a gymnosperm with systems of ovulate cupules from the Lower Carboniferous (Dinantian) floras at Oxroad Bay, East Lothian, Scotland. Review of Palaeobotany and Palynology. 72, 273-284.

Scott, A. C. and Galtier, J. 1988. A new Lower Carboniferous flora from East Lothian, Scotland. Proceedings of the Geologists Association 99, 141-151.

Scott, A. C.,  Brown, R., Galtier, J. & Meyer-Berthaud, B. 1994. Fossil plants from the Viséan of East Kirkton, West Lothian, Scotland. Transactions of the Royal Society of Edinburgh: Earth Sciences 84, 249-260.

Simpson, J. B. 1928. Notes on the geology of the Kidlaw District, East Lothian. Transactions of the Edinburgh Geological Society 12, 111-113.

Sissons, J. B. 1958. The deglaciation of part of East Lothian. Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers, 25: 59-77.

Sissons, J. B. 1960. Some aspects of glacial drainage channels in Britain.- Part 1. Scottish Geographical Magazine 75, 131-146.

Sissons, J. B. 1961. Some aspects of glacial drainage channels in Britain.- Part II. Scottish Geographical Magazine 76, 15-36.

Sissons, J. B. 1961. The central and eastern parts of the Lammermuir-Stranraer moraine. Geological Magazine, 98: 380-392.

Sissons, J. B. 1963. Scottish raised shoreline heights with particular reference to the Forth valley. Geografiska Annaler, 45: 180-185.

Sissons, J. B. 1966. Lateglacial and postglacial shorelines in southeast Scotland. Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers, 39: 9-18.

Sissons, J. B. 1967. The evolution of Scotland's scenery. Oliver and Boyd, Edinburgh.

Sissons, J. B. 1975. The geomorphology of East Lothian. In Craig, G. Y. and Duff, P. McL. D Duff (Editors) The geology of the Lothians and south-east Scotland: an excursion guide. Scottish Academic Press, Edinburgh, pp.131-143

Sissons, J. B., 1976. Scotland. Methuen, London, 150 pp.

Sissons, J. B., 1981. British shore platforms and ice-sheets. Nature, 291: 473-475.

Smith, D. E. 1997. Sea-level change in Scotland during the Devensian and Holocene. In: J.E. Gordon (Editor), New Light on the Ice Age in Scotland. Scottish Natural Heritage, Edinburgh, pp. 136-151.

Smith, D. E.; Shi, S.; Cullingford, R. A.; Dawson, A. G.; Dawson, S.; Firth, C. R.; Foster, I. D. L.; Fretwell, P. T.; Haggart, B. A.; Holloway, L. K.; Long, D. 2004. The Holocene Storegga Slide tsunami in the United Kingdom. Quaternary Science Reviews 23, 2291-2321

Smith, S. M. 1972. Palaeo-ecology of post glacial beaches in East Lothian. Scottish Journal of Geology 8, 31-49.

Somervail, A. 1879. Observations on the higher summits of the Pentland Hills. Transactions of the Edinburgh Geological Society 3, 191-199.

Upton, B. G. J., D. Stephenson, et al. (2007). Silica-undersaturated trachytic rocks of central Scotland. Scottish Journal of Geology 43: 143-153.

Whalley, E.B. Glacial gravel deposits, Woodhall Colliery, Pencaitland. Transactions of the Edinburgh Geological Society 9, 137-141.

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Young, J. A. T. 1966. Analysis of glacial deposits, near Fala, Midlothian. Edinburgh (unpublished)

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