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1. The Quaternary history of the Irish Sea

by Kidson, C | Tooley, M.J., (editors).

Material type: book Book Publisher: Liverpool Seel House Press 1977Availability: Items available for loan: [Call number: BD.10/K] (1).

2. The movement of shingle over the sea bed close inshore

by Kidson, C | Carr, A.P.

Source: Geographical JournalMaterial type: article Article Publisher: 1959Availability: Items available for loan: [Call number: P.15 Geology 11(21)] (1).

3. Further experiments using radioactive methods to detect the movement of shingle over the sea bed and alongshore

by Kidson, C | Carr, A.P | Smith, D.B.

Source: Geographical JournalMaterial type: article Article Publisher: 1958Availability: Items available for loan: [Call number: P.15 Geology 11(20)] (1).

4. Dawlish Warren, Devon: late stages in sand spit evolution

by Kidson, C.

Source: Proceedings of the Geologists' AssociationMaterial type: article Article Publisher: 1964Availability: Items available for loan: [Call number: P.15 Geology 17(46)] (1).

5. Dawlish Warren: a study of the evolution of the sand spits across the mouth of the River Exe in Devon

by Kidson, C.

Source: Transactions of the Institute of British GeographersMaterial type: article Article Publisher: 1950Availability: Items available for loan: [Call number: P.15 Geology 7(9)] (1).

6. The physiographic evolution of the Severn estuary

by Kidson, C.

Source: Proceedings of the 4th International Harbour Conference, AntwerpMaterial type: article Article Publisher: 1964Availability: Items available for loan: [Call number: P.15 Geology 24(22)] (1).

7. The Pleistocene stratigraphy of Barnstaple Bay

by Kidson, C | Wood, R.

Source: Proceedings of the Geologists AssociationMaterial type: article Article Publisher: 1974Availability: Items available for loan: [Call number: P.15 Geology 36(43)] (1).

8. The Flandrian sea-level rise in the Bristol Channel

by Kidson, C | Heyworth, A.

Source: Proceedings of the Ussher Society (Redruth)Material type: article Article Publisher: 1973Availability: Items available for loan: [Call number: P.20 Hydrography 100(19)] (1).

9. Some problems of the Quaternary of the Irish Sea

by Kidson, C.

Source: The Quaternary history of the Irish SeaMaterial type: article Article Publisher: Liverpool Seel House Press 1977Availability: Items available for loan: [Call number: BD.10/K] (1).

10. The coast of South West England

by Kidson, C.

Source: The Quaternary history of the Irish SeaMaterial type: article Article Publisher: Liverpool Seel House Press 1977Availability: Items available for loan: [Call number: BD.10/K] (1).

11. Late-glacial and holocene sediments at Clarach Bay, near Aberystwyth

by Heyworth, A | Kidson, C | Wilks, P.

Source: Journal of EcologyMaterial type: article Article; Type of continuing resource: Publisher: 1985Availability: Items available for loan: [Call number: SG.I/Gb.1] (1).

12. Coastal erosion

by Kidson, C | Carr, A.P | Smith, D.B.

Source: NatureMaterial type: article Article; Type of continuing resource: Publisher: 1958Availability: Items available for loan: [Call number: S.I/Gb.30] (1).

13. Drift experiments with radioactive pebbles

by Kidson, C | Smith, D.B | Steers, J.A.

Source: NatureMaterial type: article Article; Type of continuing resource: Publisher: 1956Availability: Items available for loan: [Call number: S.I/Gb.30] (1).

14. Assessment of coastal change with the aid of photogrammetric and computer-aided techniques

by Kidson, C | Manton, M.M.M.

Source: Estuarine and Coastal Marine ScienceMaterial type: article Article; Type of continuing resource: Publisher: 1973Availability: Items available for loan: [Call number: SE.I/Gb.28] (1).

15. Beach drift experiments at Bridgwater Bay, Somerset

by Kidson, C | Carr, A.P.

Source: Proceedings of the Bristol Naturalist's SocietyMaterial type: article Article; Type of continuing resource: Publisher: 1960Availability: Items available for loan: [Call number: S.I/Gb.19] (1).

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