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Dr. Nicki J. Whitehouse

Dept of Archaeology, School of Humanities
University of Glasgow
Gregory Building, Lilybank Gardens
G12 8QQ Glasgow
UK

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Expertise & Interests

Overview / specialty        Ecosystem change (wetlands, woodlands) and processes using Coleoptera. Climate change using Coleoptera/chironomids in amphi-North Atlantic region. New Zealand climate change using Coleoptera.
 
Official PAGES function(s)        LandCover6k coordinating group; coordinator Land use from historical and archeological information group and Europe (Land Use)
PAGES interests        LandCover6k
 

 

Publications

Murphy, E.M. and Whitehouse, N.J. (eds.) in press, 2007. Environmental Archaeology in Ireland. Oxford: Oxbow Books. Due for publication: autumn 2007.

Plunkett, G.; Carroll, F.; Hartwell, B.; Whitehouse, N. J. and Reimer, P.J. in press. Vegetation history at the multi-period prehistoric complex at Ballynahatty, Co. Down, Northern Ireland. Journal of Archaeological Science.

Turney, C.S.M. , K. van den Burg, S. Wastegård, S.M. Davies, Whitehouse N.J., J.R. Pilcher and C. Callaghan 2006. North European last glacial-interglacial transitions (LGIT; 15-9 ka) tephrochronology: extended limits and new events. Journal of Quaternary Science 21(4), 335-345.

Whitehouse, N.J. 2006. The Holocene British and Irish ancient woodland fossil beetle fauna: implications for woodland history, biodiversity and faunal colonisation. Quaternary Science Reviews 25 (15-16), 1755-1789.