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Geomorphological, geochemical and geochronological investigations of Holocene fluvial sedimentary sequences have been undertaken within a range of upland, piedmont and lowland valley floor reaches in the Yorkshire Ouse catchment, northern England. The aims of these studies have been to: (a) evaluate the effects of prehistoric and historic land-use change on catchment erosion and sediment delivery to river channels and floodplains; (b) establish the degree to which episodes of river erosion and sedimentation are controlled by climate-related variations in flood regime; and (c) assess the spatial heterogeneity of river response to environmental change and how this is likely to influence...

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