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Site no.
Site name County
Time span (calBP)
No of 14C dates
Publication
1
Knockasarnet Kerry
4500-7500
0
Jessen, K. (1949) Studies in the late Quaternary deposits and flora-history of Ireland. Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy, 52B, 85-290.
2
Muckross Bog Kerry
0-10500
0
Vokes, E. (1966) Late-glacial and Post-glacial vegetation of Killarney, Co. Kerry. Unpublished M.Sc. thesis, Trinity College, Dublin.
3
Sheheree Bog Kerry
0-11500
6
Mitchell, F.J.G. and Cooney, T. (2004) Vegetation history in the Killarney valley. Ross Island : mining metal and society in early Ireland (Bronze age studies, 6) (ed W. O'Brien), pp. 481-494. National University of Ireland, Galway.
4
Reenadinna Wood Kerry
0-8000
2
Mitchell, F.J.G. (1990) The history and vegetation dynamics  of a  yew wood (Taxus baccata L.) in S.W. Ireland. New Phytologist, 115, 573-577.
5
Ross Island Kerry
0-4500
1
Mitchell, F.J.G. and Cooney, T. (2004) Vegetation history in the Killarney valley. Ross Island : mining metal and society in early Ireland (Bronze age studies, 6) (ed W. O'Brien), pp. 481-494. National University of Ireland, Galway.
6
Rough Island Kerry
0-250
0
Mitchell, F.J.G. (1990) The impact of grazing and  human  disturbance on the dynamics of woodland in S.W. Ireland. Journal of Vegetation Science, 1, 245-254.
7
Beaghmore2 Tyrone
0-8000
14
Pilcher, J.R. (1969) Archaeology, Palaeoecology, and radiocarbon dating of the Beaghmore Stone Circle Site. Ulster Journal of Archaeology, 32, 73-91.
8
Ards Beg Donegal
0-10000
0
Jessen, K. (1949) Studies in the late Quaternary deposits and flora-history of Ireland. Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy, 52B, 85-290.
9
Doo Lough1 Kerry
0-11500
0
Healy, M. (1987) The history of woodland on Muckross Peninsula, Killarney in Lateglacial and Postlacial times. Unpublished MA thesis, Univerity College, Cork.
10
The Long Range1 Kerry
300-10800
0
Jessen, K. (1949) Studies in the late Quaternary deposits and flora-history of Ireland. Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy, 52B, 85-290.
11
Trostan Antrim
0-7000
1
Hanna, S.A. (1993) Blanket mire initiation in Ireland with special reference to upland sites in counties Antrim and Donegal. Unpublished PhD thesis, Queen's University, Belfast.
12
Galway’s Bridge Kerry
45000-7500
0
Jessen, K. (1949) Studies in the late Quaternary deposits and flora-history of Ireland. Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy, 52B, 85-290.
13
Devil’s Bit  Kerry
7000-8500
0
Jessen, K. (1949) Studies in the late Quaternary deposits and flora-history of Ireland. Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy, 52B, 85-290.
14
Crinnagh River Kerry
4500-7500
0
Jessen, K. (1949) Studies in the late Quaternary deposits and flora-history of Ireland. Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy, 52B, 85-290.
15
Ladies’ View Kerry
0-11500
0
Vokes, E. (1966) Late-glacial and Post-glacial vegetation of Killarney, Co. Kerry. Unpublished M.Sc. thesis, Trinity College, Dublin.
16
Derrycunihy1 Kerry
0-7800
4
Mitchell, F.J.G. (1988) The vegetational history of the Killarney Oakwoods, S.W. Ireland: Evidence from fine spatial resolution pollen analysis. Journal of Ecology, 76, 415-436.
17
Derrybrien Galway
1000-2200
1
Prendergast, E. and Mitchell, G.F. (1960) Amber Necklace from Co. Galway. The Journal of the Royal Society of Antiquaries of Ireland, 90, 61-66. See also Mitchell, G.F. (1958) Radiocarbon-dates and pollen-zones in Ireland. The Journal of the Royal Society of Antiquaries of Ireland, 88, 49-56.
18
Glaisín na Marbh Kerry
0-11000
5
O'Sullivan, A. (1991) Historical and contemporary effects of fire on the native woodland vegetation of Killarney, S.W. Ireland. Unpublished PhD thesis, Trinity College, Dublin
19
Derrycunihy2 Kerry
0-6000
0
O'Sullivan, A. (1991) Historical and contemporary effects of fire on the native woodland vegetation of Killarney, S.W. Ireland. Unpublished PhD thesis, Trinity College, Dublin
20
Arts Lough Wicklow
0-11500
5
Bradshaw, R.H.W. and McGee, E. (1988) The extent and time-course of mountain blanket bog erosion in Ireland. New Phytologist, 108, 219-224.
21
Kippure Lodge Basin Wicklow
0-8250
some
Glanville, P. (1999) Holocene fluvial geomorphology of the upper river Liffey catchment, Co. Wicklow, Ireland. Unpublished PhD thesis, University College Dublin. 
22
Camillan2 Kerry
0-250
0
Mitchell, F.J.G. (1990) The impact of grazing and  human  disturbance on the dynamics of woodland in S.W. Ireland. Journal of Vegetation Science, 1, 245-254. See also: Mitchell, F.J.G. (1987) Recent woodland history in the Killarney Valley, South West Ireland Unpublished PhD thesis, Trinity College, Dublin.
23
Dereen Clare
1200-7500
0
Rutherford, M. (1982) A vegetational and cultural history of western Sliabh Elva Co Clare.Unpublished BA (Mod) thesis, Trinity College, Dublin.
24
Black Lough Offaly
0-13000
4
Heery, A. (1998) The vegetation history of the Irish midlands; palaeoecological reconstruction of two lake sites adjacent to eskers. Unpublished PhD thesis, Trinity College Dublin.
25
Cornaher Lough Westmeath
0-12000
3
Heery, A. (1998) The vegetation history of the Irish midlands; palaeoecological reconstruction of two lake sites adjacent to eskers. Unpublished PhD thesis, Trinity College Dublin.  See also: Heery, A. (1997) The vegetation history of two lake sites adjacent to eskers in Central Ireland. Quaternary Newsletter, 82, 33–36.
26
Cork Harbour1 Cork
Gortian
0
Scourse, J.D., Allen, J.R.M., Austin, W.E.N., Devoy, R.J.N., Coxon, P.and Sejrup, H.P. (1992) New Evidence on the Age and Significance of the Gortian Temperate Stage: A Preliminary Report on the Cork Harbour Site. Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy. Section B: Biological, Geological, and Chemical Science, 92B, 21-43.
27
Glendalough  Wicklow
0-14000
5
Haslett, J., Whiley, M., Bhattacharya, S., Salter-Townshend, M., Wilson, S.P., Allen, J.R.M., Huntley, B. and Mitchell, F.J.G. (2006) Bayesian palaeoclimate reconstruction. Journal of the Royal Statistical Society Series a-Statistics in Society, 169, 395-430.
28
Crossnacreevy Down
0-1000
2
Clayton, B.and Girling, M.A. (1973) Palaeoecological Investigations at Crossnacreevy, Co. Down. Ulster Journal of Archaeology, 36/37, 42-51.
29
Belle Lake Waterford
6000-15000
8
Craig, A.J. (1978) Pollen percentage and influx analyses in south-east Ireland: a contribution to the ecological history of the late-glacial period. Journal of Ecology, 66, 297-324.
30
Meenskeha East Cork
9200-11500
3
Coxon, P. (1986) A radiocarbon dated early post glacial pollen diagram from a pingo remnant near Millstreet, County Cork. Irish Journal of Earth Sciences, 8, 9-20.
31
Faunarooska Clare
1200-5500
0
Rutherford, M. (1982) A vegetational and cultural history of western Sliabh Elva Co Clare.Unpublished BA (Mod) thesis, Trinity College, Dublin.
32
Ballinloghig Lake  Kerry
0-13800
11
Barnosky, C.W. (1988) A Late-glacial and Post-glacial pollen record from the Dingle Peninsula, County Kerry. Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy, 88B, 23-37.
33
Gortalecka Clare
0-11500
6
Watts, W.A. (1963) Late-glacial pollen zones in western Ireland. Irish Geography 4, 367-376. See also: Watts, W.A. (1984) The Holocene vegetation of the Burren, western Ireland. In: Haworth, E. Y., Lund, J. W. G. and Tutin, W. (Ed) Lake sediments and environmental history : studies in palaeolimnology and palaeoecology in honour of Winifred Tutin, pp. 359-376. Leicester University Press, Leicester.
34
Lough Namackanbeg1 Galway
0-13000
12
O'Connell, M., Molloy, K. and Bowler, M. (1988) Post-glacial  landscape  evolution  in Connemara, western Ireland  with  particular reference  to  woodland history. The cultural landscape - past, present and future (eds H. H. Birks, H. J. B. Birks, P. E. Kaland and D. Moe), pp. 487-514. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge.
35
Connemara National Park (FRKII) Galway
0-10300
11
O'Connell, M., Molloy, K. and Bowler, M. (1988) Post-glacial  landscape  evolution  in Connemara, western Ireland  with  particular reference  to  woodland history. The cultural landscape - past, present and future (eds H. H. Birks, H. J. B. Birks, P. E. Kaland and D. Moe), pp. 487-514. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge.
36
Lough Sheeauns Galway
1400-10800
13
Molloy, K. and O'Connell, M. (1991) Palaeoecological investigations towards the reconstruction of woodland and land-use history at Lough Sheeauns, Connemara, western Ireland. Review of Palaeobotany and Palynology, 67, 75-113.
37
Church Lough Galway
0-11500
8
O'Connell, M. and Ní Ghráinne, E. (1994) Inishbofin: Palaeoecology. In: Coxon, P. and O'Connell, M. (Eds) Clare Island and Inishbofin; Field Guide 17, pp. 61-101. Irish Association for Quaternary Studies, Dublin.
38
Lough Gowlanagower Galway
0-11500
7
O'Connell, M. and Ní Ghráinne, E. (1994) Inishbofin: Palaeoecology. In: Coxon, P. and O'Connell, M. (Eds) Clare Island and Inishbofin; Field Guide 17, pp. 61-101. Irish Association for Quaternary Studies, Dublin.
39
Lough Aisling  Mayo
0-13500
4
Coxon, P. and Browne, P. (1991) The Nephin Beg Range and the late-glacial. In: Coxon, P. (Ed) North Mayo. Fieldguide No. 14, Irish Association for Quaternary Studies, Dublin.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         Fieldguide No. 14, Irish Association for Quaternary Studies, Dublin.
40
Corslieve Lough  Mayo
0-10500
4
Coxon, P. and Browne, P. (1991) The Nephin Beg Range and the late-glacial. In: Coxon P (Ed) Field Guide No. 14 North Mayo, pp. 41-49. Irish Association for Quaternary Studies, Dublin. See also: Browne, P.R. (1986) Late glacial and post glacial pollen stratigraphy and vegetation history of the Nephin Begs, County Mayo. Unpublished PhD thesis, Trinity College Dublin, Dublin.  
41
Meenadoan Tyrone
0-13500
12
Pilcher, J.R. and Larmour, R. (1982) Late-glacial and post-glacial vegetational history of Meenadoan Nature Reserve, County Tyrone. Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy, 82B, 277-295.
42
Carrowreagh Roscommon
1000-14500
0
Jessen, K. (1949) Studies in the late Quaternary deposits and flora-history of Ireland. Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy, 52B, 85-290.
43
Raheelin Leitrim
1000-5500
0
Jessen, K. (1949) Studies in the late Quaternary deposits and flora-history of Ireland. Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy, 52B, 85-290.
44
Carran Lough Fermanagh
8000-14000
0
Tisdall, E. (1996) A Late Glacial to early Holocene palaeoenvironmental reconstruction for Carran Lough, County Fermanagh. Unpublished MSc thesis, Trinity College, Dublin.
45
Mullangore Wood Donegal
0-650
1
Telford, M.B. 1978. Glenveagh National Park: the past and present vegetation: Unpublished PhD thesis, University of Dublin Trinity College.
46
Gortcorbies  Derry
0-8000
15
Smith, A.G. (1975) Neolithic and Bronze Age landscape changes in northern Ireland. In: Evans, J. G., Limbrey, S. and Cleere, H. The Effect of Man on the Landscape: the Highland Zone (Ed. by JG Evans, S. Limbrey & H. Cleere), pp. 64-73. Council for British Archaeology, Lancaster. See also Goddard, I.C. (1971) The palaeoecology of some sites in the north of Ireland. Unpublished MSc thesis, Queen's University, Belfast.
47
Garry Bog1 Antrim
0-9500
10
Pilcher, J.R. and Baillie, M.G.L. (1990) Garry Bog. North Antrim and Londonderry, Field Guide no. 13 (ed P. Wilson), pp. 78-84. Irish Association for Quaternary Studies, Dublin.
48
Knockadoon South Limerick
2500-13000
7
Ahlberg, K., Almgren, E., Wright, H.E. and Ito, E. (2001) Holocene stable-isotope stratigraphy at Lough Gur, County Limerick, Western Ireland. The Holocene, 11, 367-372. See also: Almgren, E.B.C. (1989) Woodland establishment, expansion, and regression in association with prehistoric and later human settlements around Lough Gur, Co. Limerick, Ireland. Unpublished PhD thesis, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis.
49
Slieve Gallion  Tyrone
0-11500
12
Pilcher, J.R. (1973) Pollen Analysis and Radiocarbon Dating Of A Peat On Slieve Gallion, Co. Tyrone. New Phytologist, 72, 681-689.
50
Ballynagilly  Tyrone
0-11000
17
Pilcher, J.R. and Smith, A.G. (1979) Palaeoecological investigations at Ballynagilly, a Neolithic and Bronze Age settlement in County Tyrone, northern Ireland. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London, B286, 345-369.
51
Sluggan Bog2 Antrim
2200-3400
0
Plunkett, G. (2009) Land-use patterns and cultural change in the Middle to Late Bronze Age in Ireland: inferences from pollen records. Vegetation History and Archaeobotany, 18, 273-295.
52
Roddans Port  Down
Late glacial
6
Morrison, M.E.S., Stephens, N., Jope, M., Dance, S.P., Anderson, F.W., Round, F.E., Godwin, H. and Willis, E.H. (1965) A Submerged Late-Quaternary Deposit at Roddans Port on the North-East Coast of Ireland. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London. Series B, Biological Sciences, 249, 221-255.
53
Imlagh Kerry
0-5000
0
Coxon, P. (1983) A peat profile at Imlagh, Valencia Island. In: Coxon, P., Mitchell, G. F. and Price, A. (Eds) Northwest Iveragh Co Kerry, pp. 14-18. Fieldguide No. 6, Irish Association for Quaternary Reserach, Dublin.
54
Uragh Wood N3  Kerry
0-1000
2
Cunningham, D.A., Farrell, E.P. and Collins, J.F. (1999) Soil responses to land-use change - a study in south-west Ireland. Forest Ecology and Management, 119, 63-76.
55
Imlagh Basin  Kerry
5000-7000
0
Mitchell, F. (1989) Man & environment in Valencia Island Royal Irish Academy, Dublin.
56
Molly's Lough Clare
0-12000
4
Lamb, H. and Thompson, A. (2005) Unusual mid-Holocene abundance of Ulmus in western Ireland - human impact in the absence of a pathogen? The Holocene, 15, 447-452.
57
Caislean Mayo
4000-6000
4
Caseldine, C., Thompson, G., Langdon, C. and Hendon, D. (2005) Evidence for an extreme climatic event on Achill Island, Co. Mayo, Ireland around 5200–5100 cal. yr BP. Journal of Quaternary Science, 20, 169-178.
58
Lurga Galway
9600-13500
5
Andrieu, V., Huang, C.C., O'Connell, M. and Paus, A. (1993) Lateglacial Vegetation and Environment in Ireland: First Results from 4 Western Sites. Quaternary Science Reviews, 12, 681-705.
59
Tory Hill Limerick
11400-16000
0
O'Connell, M., Huang, C.C. and Eicher, U. (1999) Multidisciplinary investigations, including stable-isotope studies, of thick late-glacial sediments from Tory Hill, Co. Limerick, western Ireland. Palaeogeography Palaeoclimatology Palaeoecology, 147, 169-208.
60
Illauncronan Clare
10000-14.500
0
Andrieu, V., Huang, C.C., O'Connell, M. and Paus, A. (1993) Lateglacial Vegetation and Environment in Ireland: First Results from 4 Western Sites. Quaternary Science Reviews, 12, 681-705.
61
Goodland Antrim
0-4500
0
Mitchell, G.F. (1951) Studies in Irish Quaternary deposits: No. 7. Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy, 53B, 111-206.
62
Altnahinch Antrim
0-11000
12
Goddard, A. (1971). Studies of the vegetational changes associated with the initiation of blanket peat accumulation in northeast Ireland. Unpublished PhD thesis, Queen's University, Belfast.
63
Lough na Trosk Antrim
0-12500
7
Francis, E. (1987) The palynology of the Glencloy area. Unpublished PhD thesis, Queen's University, Belfast.
64
Carnlough Beach Antrim
Lateglacial
Francis, E. (1987) The palynology of the Glencloy area. Unpublished PhD thesis, Queen's University, Belfast.
65
Tievebulliagh1 Antrim
1000-7000
0
Jessen, K. (1949) Studies in the late Quaternary deposits and flora-history of Ireland. Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy, 52B, 85-290.
66
Clonsast Offaly
0-8000
1
Mitchell, G.F. (1951) Studies in Irish Quaternary deposits: No. 7. Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy, 53B, 111-206. See also: McAulay, I.R. and Watts, W.A. (1961) Dublin radiocarbon dates I. Radiocarbon, 3, 26-38 
67
Ballynakill Westmeath
0-8500
0
Mitchell, G.F., O'Leary, M. and Raftery, J. (1940) On a Bronze Halberd from County Mayo and a Bronze Spearhead from County Westmeath. Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy. Section C: Archaeology, Celtic Studies, History, Linguistics, Literature, 46, 287-298. See also: Mitchell, G.F. (1951) Studies in Irish Quaternary deposits: No. 7. Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy, 53B, 111-206.
68
Scragh Bog Westmeath
0-11500
0
O'Connell, M. (1980) The developmental history of Scragh bog, Co. Westmeath and the vegetational history of its hinterland  New Phytologist, 85, 301-319.
69
Corlea 6/9 Longford
3650-4850
7
Caseldine, C. and Hatton, J. (1996) Early land clearance and wooden trackway construction in the third and fourth millennia BC at Corlea, Co. Longford. Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy, 96B, 11-19.
70
All Saints Bog Offaly
0-1100
1
Cole, E.E. and Mitchell, F.J.G. (2003) Human impact on the Irish landscape during the late Holocene inferred from palynological studies at three peatland sites. The Holocene, 13, 507-515.
71
Ownbegacashel Mayo
4000-8000
1
Caseldine, C., Thompson, G., Langdon, C. and Hendon, D. (2005) Evidence for an extreme climatic event on Achill Island, Co. Mayo, Ireland around 5200–5100 cal. yr BP. Journal of Quaternary Science, 20, 169-178.
72
Cappanawalla  Clare
0-3500
4
Feeser, I. and O'Connell, M. (2009) Fresh insights into long-term changes in flora, vegetation, land use and soil erosion in the karstic environment of the Burren, western Ireland. Journal of Ecology.
73
Gortaclare Clare
0-1900
3
Feeser, I. and O'Connell, M. (2009) Fresh insights into long-term changes in flora, vegetation, land use and soil erosion in the karstic environment of the Burren, western Ireland. Journal of Ecology.
74
Clara Bog  Offaly
0-11500
11
Crushell, P., Connolly, A., Schouten, M. and Mitchell, F.J.G. (2008) The changing landscape of Clara Bog: the history of an Irish raised bog. Irish Geography, 41, 89 - 111.
75
RUA Clare
0-1000
1
Feeser, I. and O'Connell, M. (2009) Fresh insights into long-term changes in flora, vegetation, land use and soil erosion in the karstic environment of the Burren, western Ireland. Journal of Ecology.
76
Cromane Point Kerry
450-2500
2
Shaw, J., Orford, J.D. and Carter, R.W.G. (1986) Fahamore and Inch. In: Warren, W. P. (Ed) Corca Dhuibhe, pp. 34-37 40-43. Fieldguide No. 9, Irish Association for Quaternary Studies, Dublin.
77
Lough Beag Cork
500-11500
17
Overland, A. and O'Connell, M. (2008) Fine-spatial Paleoecological Investigations Towards Reconstructing Late Holocene Environmental Change, Landscape Evolution, and Farming Activity in Barrees, Beara Peninsula, Southwestern Ireland. Journal of the North Atlantic, 1, 37-73. See also: Overland, A. 2007. Palaeoecological investigations of lake sediments and peats towards reconstruction of long-term environmental change at Barrees, Beara peninsula, south-west Cork. Vol. 1: 1-159; Vol. 2: 9 Appendices (119 pp).
78
Knockaunnaglashy Kerry
0-3600
7
Carter, R.W.G., Devoy, R.J.N. and Shaw, J. (1989) Late Holocene Sea levels in Ireland. Journal of Quaternary Science, 4, 7-24.
79
Barrees Basin (BAR-L1) Cork
0-4500
9
Overland, A. and O'Connell, M. (2008) Fine-spatial Paleoecological Investigations Towards Reconstructing Late Holocene Environmental Change, Landscape Evolution, and Farming Activity in Barrees, Beara Peninsula, Southwestern Ireland. Journal of the North Atlantic, 1, 37-73.
80
Derrynadivva Mayo
Gortian
0
Coxon, P., Hannon, G. and Foss, P. (1994) Climatic deterioration and the end of the Gortian Interglacial in sediments from Derrynadivva and Burren Townland, near Castlebar, County Mayo, Ireland. Journal of Quaternary Science, 9, 33-46.
81
Burren Townland Mayo
Gortian
0
Coxon, P., Hannon, G. and Foss, P. (1994) Climatic deterioration and the end of the Gortian Interglacial in sediments from Derrynadivva and Burren Townland, near Castlebar, County Mayo, Ireland. Journal of Quaternary Science, 9, 33-46.
82
Rockforest Clare
0-1600
6
Roche, J., Mitchell, F.J.G., (in preparation) Palaeoecological data from Rockforest, the Burren, western Ireland, 2000 cal BP to present - evidence of relict Pinus sylvestris?
83
Kildromin Limerick
Gortian
0
Watts, W.A. (1966) Interglacial deposits in Kildromin townland, near Herbertstown, Co. Limerick. Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy. Section B: Biological, Geological, and Chemical Science, 65, 339-348.
84
Barrees Monoliths  Cork
0-2200
10
Overland, A. and O'Connell, M. (2008) Fine-spatial Paleoecological Investigations Towards Reconstructing Late Holocene Environmental Change, Landscape Evolution, and Farming Activity in Barrees, Beara Peninsula, Southwestern Ireland. Journal of the North Atlantic, 1, 37-73.
85
Baggotstown Limerick
Gortian
0
Watts, W.A. (1964) Interglacial deposits at Baggotstown, near Bruff, Co. Limerick. Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy, 63B, 167-189.
86
Belderg3 Mayo
4000-5500
3
Verrill, L. and Tipping, R. (2010) Use and abandonment of a Neolithic field system at Belderrig, Co. Mayo, Ireland: Evidence for economic marginality. The Holocene, 20, 1011.
87
Lough Clevala Mayo
0-16000
5
Coxon, P. and Browne, P. (1991) The Nephin Beg Range and the late-glacial. In: Coxon P (Ed) Field Guide No. 14 North Mayo, pp. 41-49. Irish Association for Quaternary Studies, Dublin. See also: Browne, P.R. (1986) Late glacial and post glacial pollen stratigraphy and vegetation history of the Nephin Begs, County Mayo. Unpublished PhD thesis, Trinity College Dublin, Dublin.  
88
Lough Anaffrin Mayo
0-13000
4
Coxon, P. and Browne, P. (1991) The Nephin Beg Range and the late-glacial. In: Coxon P (Ed) Field Guide No. 14 North Mayo, pp. 41-49. Irish Association for Quaternary Studies, Dublin. See also: Browne, P.R. (1986) Late glacial and post glacial pollen stratigraphy and vegetation history of the Nephin Begs, County Mayo. Unpublished PhD thesis, Trinity College Dublin, Dublin.  
89
Lough Goller Clare
9000-13000
0
Watts, W.A. (1963) Late-glacial pollen zones in western Ireland. Irish Geography 4, 367-376.
90
Toome2 Derry
4300-6000
0
Plunkett, G.M., Whitehouse, N.J., Hall, V.A., Brown, D.M. and Baillie, M.G.L. (2004) A precisely-dated lake-level rise marked by diatomite formation in northeastern Ireland. Journal of Quaternary Science, 19, 3-7.
91
Lios Lairthín Mór Clare
0-3000
8
Jeličić, L. and O'Connell, M. (1992) History of vegetation and land use from 3200 B.P. to the present in the north-west Burren, a karstic region of western Ireland. Vegetation History and Archaeobotany, V1, 119-140.
92
Ballyscullion3 Antrim
850-1300
0
Hall, V.A., Pilcher, J.R.and McCormac, F.G. (1993) Tephra-Dated Lowland Landscape History of the North of Ireland, AD 750-1150. New Phytologist, 125, 193-202.
93
Rinn na Móna Clare
0-9000
0
Watts, W.A. (1984) The Holocene vegetation of the Burren, western Ireland. In: Haworth, E. Y., Lund, J. W. G. and Tutin, W. Lake sediments and environmental history : studies in palaeolimnology and palaeoecology in honour of Winifred Tutin, pp. 359-376. Leicester University Press, Leicester.
94
Slieve Donard Down
3500-4500
0
McVicker, S.J. (1993) A study of the vegetational history of the Mourne Mountains, County Down, using palynological and tephrochronological techniques. Unpublished PhD thesis, Queen’s University, Belfast.
95
Emlaghlea Bog Kerry
1000-11500
0
Jessen, K. (1949) Studies in the late Quaternary deposits and flora-history of Ireland. Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy, 52B, 85-290.
96
Cashelkeelty Kerry
0-6600
8
Lynch, A. (1981) Man and environment in S.W. Ireland, 4000 B.C. - A.D. 800. British Archaeological Reports, British Series, 85.
97
Ballydoo Bog Galway
220-11200
11
Jennings, E. (1997) Palaeoecological studies towards the reconstruction of the Holocene history of Pinus sylvestris L. in western Ireland. Unpublished PhD thesis, National University of Ireland, Galway.
98
Carnsore Point Wexford
0-4000
3
Maloney, B.K. (1985) A palaeoecological investigation of the Holocene back-beach barrier environment near Carnsore Point, Co. Wexford. Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy, 85B, 73-89.
99
Fallahogy2 Derry
850-1300
0
Hall, V.A., Pilcher, J.R.and McCormac, F.G. (1993) Tephra-Dated Lowland Landscape History of the North of Ireland, AD 750-1150. New Phytologist, 125, 193-202.
100
Weir’s Lough Tyrone
0-14000
14
Hirons, K.R. and Edwards, K.J. (1986) Events at and Around the First and Second Ulmus Declines: Palaeoecological Investigations in Co. Tyrone, Northern Ireland. New Phytologist, 104, 131-153. See also: Hirons, K.R. and Thompson, R.O.Y. (1986) Palaeoenvironmental application of magnetic measurements from inter drumlin hollow lake sediments near Dungannon, Co. Tyrone, Northern Ireland. Boreas, 15, 117-135.
101
Clonmass Estuary B Donegal
0-3500
1
Shaw, J. and Carter, R.W.G. (1994) Coastal peats from northwest Ireland: implications for late Holocene relative sea level change and shoreline evolution. Boreas, 23, 74-91.
102
Mount Gabriel Cork
0-8000
6
Mighall, T.M., Lageard, J.G.A. and O'Brien, W.F. (1999) The prehistoric environment. In: O'Brien, W. F. Sacred ground, megalithic tombs in coastal south-west Ireland (Bronze Age Studies 4), pp. 41–59. Department of Archaeology, National University of Ireland, Galway. See also: Mighall, T.M., Timpany, S., Blackford, J.J., Innes, J.B., O’Brien, C.E., O’Brien, W. and Harrison, S. (2008) Vegetation change during the Mesolithic and Neolithic on the Mizen Peninsula, Co. Cork, south-west Ireland Vegetation History and Archaeobotany, 17, 617-628.
103
Rossbehy Kerry
0-3000
3
Blythe, C. (1996) Pollen and diatom evidence, Garrane Marshes. In: Delaney, C. and Coxon, P. (Eds) Central Kerry, pp. 47-50. Fieldguide No. 20, Irish Association for Quaternary Studies, Dublin 
104
Ballynahatty Down
3000-11500
6
Plunkett, G., Carroll, F., Hartwell, B., Whitehouse, N.J. and Reimer, P.J. (2008) Vegetation history at the multi-period prehistoric complex at Ballynahatty, Co. Down, Northern Ireland. Journal of Archaeological Science, 35, 181-190.
105
Greyabbey Down
8600-9300
2
Simpson, D. (2008) Greyabbey Bay, Strangford Lough: marine, non-marine and terrestrial micro- and macro-fossils. In: Whitehouse, N. J., Roe, H. M., McCarron, S. G. and Knight, J. (Eds) North of Ireland: Field Guide. Quaternary Research Association, London.
106
Lough Anelteen Sligo
0-15000
5
Bradshaw, R.H.W., Dodson, J., Timpson, M., Timpson, P. and Turbayne, S. (1985) Palaeoecology. In: Thorn, R. H. (Ed) Sligo and West Leitrim. Fieldguide No. 8, Irish Association for Quaternary Studies, Dublin. See also: Turbayne, S.C., 1988. Late-glacial and early Holocene environments of the Sligo-Leitrim area, North West Ireland, Unpublished PhD Thesis. University of Wales, Aberystwyth.
107
Liffey Head Bog2 Wicklow
8000-9000
1
Conboy, P. (1991) An Investigation of Blanket Bog Initiation and Formation at Liffey Head Bog, County Wicklow. Unpublished B.A. (Mod) thesis, Trinity College, Dublin. See also: Mitchell, F.J.G. and Conboy, P. (1993) Early Blanket Bog Development in the Wicklow Mountains. The Irish Naturalists' Journal, 24, 229.
108
Roundstone I Galway
4500-14500
0
Jessen, K. (1949) Studies in the late Quaternary deposits and flora-history of Ireland. Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy, 52B, 85-290.
109
Altar Lough Donegal
0-13500
5
Fossitt, J.A. (1994) Late-glacial and Holocene vegetation history of western Donegal, Ireland. Biology and Environment: Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy, 94B, 1-31.
110
Lough Mullaghlahan Donegal
0-14500
6
Fossitt, J.A. (1994) Late-glacial and Holocene vegetation history of western Donegal, Ireland. Biology and Environment: Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy, 94B, 1-31.
111
Lough Nabraddan Donegal
0-13500
5
Fossitt, J.A. (1994) Late-glacial and Holocene vegetation history of western Donegal, Ireland. Biology and Environment: Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy, 94B, 1-31.
112
Derryadd Antrim
6000-10000
0
Jessen, K. (1949) Studies in the late Quaternary deposits and flora-history of Ireland. Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy, 52B, 85-290.
113
Lough Beg Antrim
Unknown
0
O'Sullivan, P.E., Oldfield, F. and Battarbee, R.W. (1973) Preliminary studies of Lough Neagh sediments I. Stratigraphy, chronology and pollen analysis. In: Birks, J. B. and West, R. G.(Eds) Quaternary plant ecology. Blackwell Scientific Publications, Oxford pp. 267–278.
114
Lough Neagh Antrim
0-5000
6
O'Sullivan, P.E., Oldfield, F. and Battarbee, R.W. (1973) Preliminary studies of Lough Neagh sediments I. Stratigraphy, chronology and pollen analysis. In: Birks, J. B. and West, R. G.(Eds) Quaternary plant ecology. Blackwell Scientific Publications, Oxford pp. 267–278. See also Battarbee, R.W. (1978) Observations on the Recent History of Lough Neagh and its Drainage Basin. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London. Series B, Biological Sciences, 281, 303-345.
115
Dolan Galway
0-11500
0
Teunissen, D. and Teunissen - van Oorschot, H.G.C.M. (1980) The history of the vegetation in SW Connemara (Ireland). Acta Botanica Neerlandica, 29, 285-306.
116
Derryinver Hill Galway
0-6300
8
Molloy, K. and O'Connell, M. (1993) Early land use and vegetation history at Derryinver Hill, Renvyle Peninsula, Co. Galway Ireland. Climate change and human impact on the landscape: studies in palaeoecology and environmental archaeology. F. M. Chambers (Ed), pp. 186-199. Chapman & Hall, London.
117
Sluggan Bog3 Antrim
0-1500
0
Hall, V.A., Pilcher, J.R. and McCormac, F.G. (1993) Tephra-Dated Lowland Landscape History of the North of Ireland, AD 750-1150. New Phytologist, 125, 193-202.
118
Mweenish Bay Galway
500-5000
0
Joyce, D.J. (1976) A Pollen Analythical Investigation of Coastal Peat at Carna, Co Galway. Unpublished BSc thesis, University College, Galway. Also in Molloy, K. and O'Connell, M. (1988) Palaeoecology. In: O'Connell, M. and Warren, W. P. (Eds) Field Guide No 11, Connemara. Irish Association for Quaternary Studies, Dublin.
119
Beaghmore1 Tyrone
0-1000
0
Mitchell, G.F. (1951) Studies in Irish Quaternary deposits: No. 7. Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy, 53B, 111-206.
120
Sluggan Bog1  Antrim
0-12500
23
Smith, A.G. and Goddard, I.C. (1991) A 12500 Year Record of Vegetational History at Sluggan Bog, Co Antrim, N Ireland (Incorporating a Pollen Zone Scheme for the Nonspecialist). New Phytologist, 118, 167-187.
121
Lough Nalughoge Fermanagh
Unknown
0
Ó Dunlaing, N. (2000) The Palaeoecological Investigations of Lough Nalughoge, a Lake situated on the Crom Estate, Co Fermanagh. Unpublished BA (Mod) thesis, Trinity College, Dublin.
122
Rasharkin Bog Antrim
Unknown
0
Morrison, M.E.S. (1958 ) Palynological and ecological studies in northern Irish bog sites. Unpublished PhD thesis, Queen's University, Belfast 
123
Coolteen  Wexford
12800-15000
8
Craig, A.J. (1978) Pollen percentage and influx analyses in south-east Ireland: a contribution to the ecological history of the late-glacial period. Journal of Ecology, 66, 297-324.
124
Ardcavan Wexford
Interglacial
0
Mitchell, G.F. (1948) Two Inter-Glacial Deposits in South-East Ireland (Studies in Irish Quaternary Deposits: No. 5). Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy. Section B: Biological, Geological, and Chemical Science, 52, 1-14.
125
Toome Bay Derry
8000-10000
0
Jessen, K. (1949) Studies in the late Quaternary deposits and flora-history of Ireland. Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy, 52B, 85-290.
126
Hag's Glen Kerry
0-3500
4
Anderson, E., Harrison, S., Passmore, D.G. and Mighall, T.M. (2000) Holocene alluvial-fan development in the Macgillycuddy's Reeks, southwest Ireland. Geological Society of America Bulletin, 112, 1834-1849.
127
Lough Catherine  Tyrone
0-11500
4
Hirons, K.R. and Edwards, K.J. (1986) Events at and Around the First and Second Ulmus Declines: Palaeoecological Investigations in Co. Tyrone, Northern Ireland. New Phytologist, 104, 131-153.  See also: Thompson, R.O.Y. and Edwards, K.J. (1982) A Holocene palaeomagnetic record and a geomagnetic master curve from Ireland. Boreas, 11, 335-349.
128
Bridges of Ross Clare
Lateglacial
Richards, A.E., Waller, M.P. and Bloetjes, O. (2002) Midlandian Cold Stage Deposits at Loop Head, Southern County Clare. Irish Journal of Earth Sciences, 20, 61-76.
129
Killymaddy Lough Tyrone
0-10000
10
Hirons, K.R. (1983) Percentage and accumulation rate pollen diagrams. In: Reeves-Smyth, T. and Hamond, F. (Ed) Landscape archaeology in Ireland, pp. xi, 389. B.A.R., Oxford.
130
Benburb Tyrone
Unknown
0
Gennard, D.E. (1984) A Palaeoecological Study of the Interglacial Deposit at Benburb, Co. Tyrone. Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy. Section B: Biological, Geological, and Chemical Science, 84B, 43-56.
131
Lough Camclaun Kerry
0-11500
5
Dodson, J.R. (1990) The Holocene vegetation of a  prehistorically inhabited valley, Dingle peninsula, Co. Kerry. Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy, 90B, 151-174.
132
Lough Adoon Hill Bog Kerry
0-3650
4
Dodson, J.R. (1990) The Holocene vegetation of a  prehistorically inhabited valley, Dingle peninsula, Co. Kerry. Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy, 90B, 151-174.
133
Lough Adoon Valley Bog Kerry
0-3300
2
Dodson, J.R. (1990) The Holocene vegetation of a  prehistorically inhabited valley, Dingle peninsula, Co. Kerry. Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy, 90B, 151-174.
134
Maum Townland Mayo
0-11500
0
Coxon, P. (1987) A post-glacial pollen diagram from Clare Island, Co Mayo. Irish Naturalists Journal, 22, 217-223 See also: Coxon, P. (2002) The Quaternary History of Clare Island. In: Graham, J. R. New Survey of Clare Island Volume 2: Geology, pp. 87-112. Royal Irish Academy, Dublin.
135
Oak Island, Lough Anessaundoo Galway
0-1000
0
Hannon, G.E. and Bradshaw, R.H.W. (1989) Recent vegetation dynamics on two Connemara lake islands, Western Ireland. Journal of Biogeography, 16, 75 -81.
136
Birch Island, Lough Derrycunlaghmore Galway
0-1000
0
Hannon, G.E. and Bradshaw, R.H.W. (1989) Recent vegetation dynamics on two Connemara lake islands, Western Ireland. Journal of Biogeography, 16, 75 -81.
137
Magillicuddy's Reeks Kerry
1000-3000
2
Anderson, E., Harrison, S., Passmore, D.G., Mighall, T.M. and Wathan, S. (2004) Late Quaternary river terrace development in the Macgillycuddy's Reeks, southwest Ireland. Quaternary Science Reviews, 23, 1785-1801.
138
Camillan1  Kerry
0-9500
3
Mitchell, F.J.G. (1988) The vegetational history of the Killarney Oakwoods, S.W. Ireland: Evidence from fine spatial resolution pollen analysis. Journal of Ecology, 76, 415-436. See also: Mitchell, F.J.G. (1987) Recent woodland history in the Killarney Valley, South West Ireland. Unpublished PhD thesis, Trinity College, Dublin.
139
Cork Harbour2 Cork
Gortian
0
Dowling, L.A., Sejrup, H.P., Coxon, P. and Heijnis, H. (1998) Palynology, aminostratigraphy and U-series dating of marine Gortian Interglacial sediments in Cork Harbour, Southern Ireland. Quaternary Science Reviews, 17, 945-962.
140
Knocknacran1 Monaghan
9000-13000
0
Mitchell, G.F. (1951) Studies in Irish Quaternary deposits: No. 7. Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy, 53B, 111-206.
141
Lough Gur1 Limerick
0-11500
0
Mitchell, G.F. (1954) A Pollen-Diagram from Lough Gur, County Limerick (Studies in Irish quaternary deposits: No. 9). Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy, 56C, 481-488.
142
Slieve Gullion Armagh
0-6000
1
Hall, V.A. (1990) Ancient Agricultural Activity at Slieve Gullion, County Armagh: The Palynological and Documentary Evidence. Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy, 90C, 123-134.
143
Mooghaun Clare
0-11500
2
Molloy, K. (2005) Holocene vegetation and land-use history at Mooghaun, south-east Clare, with particular reference to the Bronze Age. In: Grogan, E. Ed. The North Munster project, Vol. 1. The later prehistoric landscape of south-east Clare, pp. 255–301 Wordwell, Bray.
144
Caherkine Lough Clare
0-11500
0
McMahon, H. (2000) Holocene vegetation and land-use History at Caherkine Lough, S. E. Co. Clare, western Ireland. Unpublished MSc thesis, National University of Ireland, Galway.  See also: O'Connell, M., Molloy, K. and McMahon, H. (2001) Reconstructing prehistoric farming activity and human impact at a fine spatial resolution: palaeoecological investigations at Mooghaun, Co. Clare, western Ireland. Beiträge zur Siedlungsarchäologie und zum Landschaftwandel. Regensburger Beiträge zur Prähistorischen Archäologie (ed P. Schauer), pp. 161-186. Universitätsverlag Regensburg, Regensburg.
145
Cloverhill Lough Sligo
0-1700
0
Göransson, H. (1984) Pollen analytical investigations in the Sligo area. The archaeology of Carrowmore (ed G. Burenhult), pp. 154-193. Institute of Archaeology, University of Stockholm, Stockholm. Göransson, H. (2002) Pollen Analytical Investigations in the Sligo Area. A Celebration of Sligo: First Essays for Sligo Field Club. (ed M. Timoney), pp. 85-95. Sligo Field Club, Sligo.
146
Treanscrabbagh2 Sligo
5000-7000
5
Göransson, H. (1984) Pollen analytical investigations in the Sligo area. The archaeology of Carrowmore (ed G. Burenhult), pp. 154-193. Institute of Archaeology, University of Stockholm, Stockholm. Göransson, H. (2002) Pollen Analytical Investigations in the Sligo Area. A Celebration of Sligo: First Essays for Sligo Field Club. (ed M. Timoney), pp. 85-95. Sligo Field Club, Sligo.
147
Ballygawley Lough Sligo
0-6300
3
Göransson, H. (1984) Pollen analytical investigations in the Sligo area. The archaeology of Carrowmore (ed G. Burenhult), pp. 154-193. Institute of Archaeology, University of Stockholm, Stockholm. Göransson, H. (2002) Pollen Analytical Investigations in the Sligo Area. A Celebration of Sligo: First Essays for Sligo Field Club. (ed M. Timoney), pp. 85-95. Sligo Field Club, Sligo.
148
Victoria Dock, Belfast Antrim
Unknown
0
Morrison, M.E.S. (1958 ) Palynological and ecological studies in northern Irish bog sites. Unpublished PhD thesis, Queen's University, Belfast 
149
Lough Doo Mayo
0-7600
8
O'Connell, M., Mitchell, F.J.G., Readman, P.W., Doherty, T.J. and Murray, D.A. (1987) Palaeoecological investigations towards the reconstruction of the post-glacial environment at Lough Doo, County Mayo, Ireland. Journal of Quaternary Science, 2, 149-164.
150
Uragh Wood Kerry
0-3400
5
Little, D.J., Mitchell, F.J.G., vonEngelbrechten, S. & Farrell, E.P. (1996) Assessment of the impact of past disturbance and prehistoric Pinus sylvestris on vegetation dynamics and soil development in Uragh Wood, SW Ireland. The Holocene, 6, 90-99.
151
Carrownaglogh  Mayo
0-3800
4
O'Connell, M. (1986) Reconstruction of local landscape development in the post-Atlantic based on palaeoecological investigations at Carrownaglogh prehistoric field system, County Mayo, Ireland. Review of Palaeobotany and Palynology, 49, 117-176.
152
Pubble  Derry
0-4000
5
Smith, A.G., Gaskell-Brown, C., Goddard, I.C., Goddard, A., Pearson, G.W. and Dresser, P.Q. (1981) Archaeology and environmental history of a barrow at Pubble, Loughermore Townland, County Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy, 81C, 29-66.
153
Newferry2 Antrim
5300-9000
7
Smith, A.G. and Collins, A.E.P. (1971) The stratigraphy, palynology and archaeology of diatomite deposits at Newferry, Co. Antrim, Northern. Ireland. Ulster Journal of Archaeology, 34, 3-25. See also: Smith, A.G. (1984) Newferry and the Boreal-Atlantic transition. New Phytologist, 98, 35-55.
154
Fallahogy1 Derry
0-11000
6
Smith, A.G. (1958) Pollen analytical investigations at the mire at Fallahogy Td., Co Derry. Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy, 59B, 329-343. See also Smith, A.G. and Willis, E.H. (1961) Radiocarbon Dating of the Fallahogy Landnam Phase. Ulster Journal of Archaeology, 24/25, 16-24.
155
Ballybetagh1 Dublin 
9000-13000
0
Jessen, K.and Farrington, A. (1938) The bogs at Ballybetagh, near Dublin, with remarks on late-glacial conditions in Ireland. Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy, 44B, 205-260.
156
Finglas River2 Kerry
9800-12000
23
Turney, C.S.M., Coope, G.R., Harkness, D.D., Lowe, J.J. and Walker, M.J.C. (2000) Implications for the Dating of Wisconsinan (Weichselian) Late-Glacial Events of Systematic Radiocarbon Age Differences between Terrestrial Plant Macrofossils from a Site in SW Ireland. Quaternary Research, 53, 114-121.
157
Slieve Meelbeg Down
3300-4500
0
Hall, V.A., McVicker, S.J. and Pilcher, J.R. (1994) Tephra-linked Landscape history around 2310 BC of some sites in counties Antrim and Down. Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy, 94B, 245-253. See also:McVicker, S.J. (1993) A study of the vegetational history of the Mourne Mountains, County Down, using palynological and tephrochronological techniques. Unpublished PhD thesis, Queen’s University, Belfast.
158
Lough Henney Down
0-5000
0
Hall, V.A. (1991) Detecting Redeposited Pollen in an Irish Lake Deposit. The Irish Naturalists' Journal, 23, 397-402. See also: Hall, V.A., McVicker, S.J. and Pilcher, J.R. (1994) Tephra-linked Landscape history around 2310 BC of some sites in counties Antrim and Down. Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy, 94B, 245-253.
159
Slieve Muck Down
0-500
0
McVicker, S.J. (1997) Recent Landscape History of Slieve Muck, Mourne Mountains, Co Down. The Irish Naturalists' Journal, 25, 344-358.
160
Cannons Lough Derry
0-11500
0
Smith, A.G. (1961) Cannons Lough, Kilrea, Co. Derry: stratigraphy and pollen analysis. Proceedings Royal Irish Academy, 61, 369-383.
161
Ballydugan Down
500-11500
0
Singh, G. and Smith, A.G. (1973) Post-Glacial Vegetational History and Relative Land- and Sea-Level Changes in Lecale, Co. Down. Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy. Section B: Biological, Geological, and Chemical Science, 73, 1-51.
162
Lough Arrow Sligo
To be checked 
Stolze, S (in progress) High-resolution temporal and spatial reconstruction of the vegetation history and environmental changes in western Ireland: The Neolithic landnam event during the mid-Holocene. Unpublished Research, University of Kiel, Germany
163
Redbog2 (Louth) Louth
0-7500
11
Watts, W.A. (1985) Quaternary vegetation cycles. In: Edwards, K. J. and Warren, W. P. The Quaternary history of Ireland, pp. xxii,382. Academic, London.
164
Carrantuohill Kerry
Unknown
0
Welten, M. (1952) Pollenanalytische Stichproben über die subrezente Vegetationsentwicklung im Bergland von Kerry (Ireland). Die Pflanzenwelt Irlands (ed W. Lüdi), pp. 85-99. Hans Huber, Bern.
165
Coomloughra Lough Kerry
Unknown
0
Welten, M. (1952) Pollenanalytische Stichproben über die subrezente Vegetationsentwicklung im Bergland von Kerry (Ireland). Die Pflanzenwelt Irlands (ed W. Lüdi), pp. 85-99. Hans Huber, Bern.
166
Emlagh Bog, Meath  Meath
1300-2300
0
Newman, C., O’Connell, M., Dillon, M. and Molloy, K. (2007) Interpretation of charcoal and pollen data relating to a late Iron Age ritual site in eastern Ireland: a holistic approach. Vegetation History and Archaeobotany, 16, 349-365.
167
Old Head Wood Mayo
0-200
0
Ni Ghrainne, E. (1988) A Vegetational and Palynological Study of Old Head Wood, Co Mayo. Unpublished B A (Mod) thesis, Trinity College, Dublin.
168
Chancellorsland Tipperary
1000-4000
1
Molloy, K. (2008) Pollenanalytical investigations towards the reconstruction of the local environment and land use at Chancellorsland The Ballyhoura Hills Project (ed M. Doody), pp. 479-507. Wordwell, Bray
169
Breen Wood Antrim
0-2200
4
Cruickshank, J.G. and Cruickshank, M.M. (1981) The development of humus-iron podsol profiles, linked by radiocarbon dating and pollen analysis to vegetation history. Oikos, 238-253.
170
Sluggan Bog4 Antrim
10000-14000
75
Walker, M., Lowe, J., Blockley, S., Bryant, C., Coombes, P., Davies, S., Hardiman, M., Turney, C.and Watson, J. (2011) Lateglacial and early Holocene palaeoenvironmental 'events' in Sluggan Bog, Northern Ireland: comparisons with the Greenland NGRIP GICC05 event stratigraphy. Quaternary Science Reviews. See also: Lowe, J.J., Walker, M.J.C., Scott, E.M., Harkness, D.D., Bryant, C.L.and Davies, S.M. (2004) A coherent high-precision radiocarbon chronology for the Late-glacial sequence at Sluggan Bog, Co. Antrim, Northern Ireland. Journal of Quaternary Science, 19, 147-158.
171
Ballypatrick Forest2 Antrim
4200-7300
0
Doyle, L. (2003) Early human influence and environmental change in the Antrim Uplands, Northern Ireland. Unpublished PhD thesis, Queen's University, Belfast.
172
Bog of Cullen Tipperary
300-11500
15
Molloy, K. (2008) Palaeoenvironment. In: Doody, M. (Ed) The Ballyhoura Hills Project. Wordwell, Bray.
173
Redbog3 (Louth) Louth
300-6500
6
Weir, D. (1995) A palynological study of landscape and agricultural development in County Louth from the second millennium BC to the first millennium AD In: Discovery Programme Reports: 2. The Royal Irish Academy, Dublin.
174
Glashabaun Offaly 
Unknown
0
McNally, A. and Doyle, G.J. (1984) A Study of Subfossil Pine Layers in a Raised Bog Complex in the Irish Midlands: II. Seral Relationships and Floristics. Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy. Section B: Biological, Geological, and Chemical Science, 84B, 71-81.
175
Charleville Offaly
Unknown
0
Stefanini, B. (2003) Investigation of Flora and the Development of Woodland over a Peat Deposit in Charleville Co. Offaly. Unpublished BA thesis, Trinity College, Dublin.
176
Ballyduff Bog Tipperary
0-5000
39
Stefanini, B. (2008) A comparison of climate and vegetation dynamics in central Ireland and NW Spain since the mid-Holocene. Trinity College, Dublin.
177
Breen Bog Antrim
0-4000
4
Goddard, A. (1971) Studies of the vegetational changes associated with the initiation of blanket peat accumulation in northeast Ireland. Unpublished PhD thesis, Queen's University, Belfast.
178
Ballypatrick Forest1 Antrim
0-3900
2
Goddard, A. (1971) Studies of the vegetational changes associated with the initiation of blanket peat accumulation in northeast Ireland. Unpublished PhD thesis, Queen's University, Belfast.
179
Ballyscullion1 Antrim
1000-11500
0
Jessen, K. (1949) Studies in the late Quaternary deposits and flora-history of Ireland. Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy, 52B, 85-290.
180
Glens Bridge Antrim
0-4000
4
Goddard, A. (1971) Studies of the vegetational changes associated with the initiation of blanket peat accumulation in northeast Ireland. Unpublished PhD thesis, Queen's University, Belfast.
181
Lough Lark Tyrone
0-4000
2
Goddard, A. (1971) Studies of the vegetational changes associated with the initiation of blanket peat accumulation in northeast Ireland. Unpublished PhD thesis, Queen's University, Belfast.
182
Treanscrabbagh1 Sligo
0-11500
0
Mitchell, G.F. (1951) Studies in Irish Quaternary deposits: No. 7. Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy, 53B, 111-206.
183
Greaghans Mayo
10000-15500
0
Coxon, C.E. and Coxon, P. (1994) Carbonate Deposition in Turloughs (Seasonal Lakes) on the Western Limestone Lowlands of Ireland. Irish Geography, 27, 28-35.
184
Kilglassan Mayo
10000-15500
0
Coxon, C.E. and Coxon, P. (1994) Carbonate Deposition in Turloughs (Seasonal Lakes) on the Western Limestone Lowlands of Ireland. Irish Geography, 27, 28-35.
185
Bloomhill Bog Offaly
250-3500
0
Parkes, H. and Bradshaw, R. (1988) Bloomhill pollen analysis. In: Breen, T. C. Excavation of a Roadway at Bloomhill Bog, County Offaly, pp. 321-339. Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy. Section C: Archaeology, Celtic Studies, History, Linguistics, Literature, Dublin.
186
Lough Ine Cork
0-11500
0
Buzer, J.S. (1980) Pollen analyses of sediments from lough Ine and Ballyally lough, Co. Cork, S.W. Ireland New Phytologist, 86, 93-108.
187
Ballyally Lough Cork
0-7000
0
Buzer, J.S. (1980) Pollen analyses of sediments from lough Ine and Ballyally lough, Co. Cork, S.W. Ireland New Phytologist, 86, 93-108.
188
Tumbeagh Bog Offaly
700-2400
4
Weir, D. (2005) Trees crops and bog plants. In: Bermingham, N. and Delaney, M. The bog body from Tumbeagh Wordwell, Bray.
189
Tooreen More West Cork
4500-7500
0
Jessen, K. (1949) Studies in the late Quaternary deposits and flora-history of Ireland. Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy, 52B, 85-290.; Mitchell, G.F. (1956.) Post-Boreal pollen diagrams from Irish raised bogs.  Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy, Series B, 57B, 185-251.
190
Dunshaughlin2 Meath
0-11000
0
Watts, W.A. (1977) The late Devensian vegetation of Ireland. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London. B, Biological Sciences, 280, 273.
191
Ballybetagh2 Dublin 
12600-15000
6
Watts, W.A. (1977) The late Devensian vegetation of Ireland. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London. B, Biological Sciences, 280, 273. See also: Cwynar, L.C. and Watts, W.A. (1989) Accelerator-mass spectrometer ages for late-glacial events at Ballybetagh, Ireland. Quaternary Research, 31, 377-380.
192
Cordal Kerry
1000-7000
0
Mitchell, G.F. (1951) Studies in Irish Quaternary deposits: No. 7. Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy, 53B, 111-206.
193
Milleens Kerry
4000-6000
0
Mitchell, G.F. (1951) Studies in Irish Quaternary deposits: No. 7. Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy, 53B, 111-206.
194
Gortagenerick Cork
1000-5000
0
Mitchell, G.F. (1951) Studies in Irish Quaternary deposits: No. 7. Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy, 53B, 111-206.
195
Maughanasilly Cork
0-4000
1
Lynch, A. (1981) Man and environment in S.W. Ireland, 4000 B.C. - A.D. 800. British Archaeological Reports, British Series, 85.
196
Cullenagh Cork
0-1000
1
Lynch, A. (1981) Man and environment in S.W. Ireland, 4000 B.C. - A.D. 800. British Archaeological Reports, British Series, 85.
197
Milmorane Cork
0-5000
0
Mitchell, G.F. (1951) Studies in Irish Quaternary deposits: No. 7. Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy, 53B, 111-206.
198
Dromatouk Kerry
0-4000
2
Lynch, A. (1981) Man and environment in S.W. Ireland, 4000 B.C. - A.D. 800. British Archaeological Reports, British Series, 85.
199
Dromteewakeen1 Kerry
0-1500
1
Lynch, A. (1981) Man and environment in S.W. Ireland, 4000 B.C. - A.D. 800. British Archaeological Reports, British Series, 85.
200
Littleton Bog Tipperary
0-11500
0
Mitchell, G.F. (1965) Littleton Bog, Tipperary: an Irish agricultural record. Journal of the Royal Society of Antiquaries in Ireland, 95, 121-132.
201
Tievebulliagh2 Antrim
0-6000
2
Weir, D.A. (1993) Pollen Analysis of a Small Basin Deposit, Tievebulliagh, Co. Antrim. Ulster Journal of Archaeology, 56, 18-24.
202
Magheralagan Lake Down
0-11500
0
Singh, G. and Smith, A.G. (1973) Post-Glacial Vegetational History and Relative Land- and Sea-Level Changes in Lecale, Co. Down. Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy. Section B: Biological, Geological, and Chemical Science, 73, 1-51.
203
Woodgrange Down
0-11500
0
Singh, G. and Smith, A.G. (1973) Post-Glacial Vegetational History and Relative Land- and Sea-Level Changes in Lecale, Co. Down. Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy. Section B: Biological, Geological, and Chemical Science, 73, 1-51.
204
Lough Nadourcon Donegal
0-12000
6
Telford, M.B. (1978) Glenveagh National Park: the past and present vegetation: Unpublished PhD thesis, University of Dublin Trinity College. See also: Watts, W.A. (1977) The late Devensian vegetation of Ireland. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London. B, Biological Sciences, 280, 273.
205
Drumurcher Monaghan
7000-12500
1
Coope, G.R., Dickson, J.H., McCutcheon, J.A. and Mitchell, G.F. (1979) The Lateglacial and Early Postglacial Deposit at Drumurcher, Co. Monaghan. Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy. Section B: Biological, Geological, and Chemical Science, 79, 63-85.
206
Dunshaughlin1 Meath
3000-6500
0
Mitchell, G.F. (1951) Studies in Irish Quaternary deposits: No. 7. Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy, 53B, 111-206.
207
Lough Nahanagan Wicklow
Late glacial
0
Watts, W.A. (1977) The late Devensian vegetation of Ireland. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London. B, Biological Sciences, 280, 273. See also:Colhoun, E.A. and Synge, F.M. (1980) The Cirque Moraines at Lough Nahanagan, County Wicklow, Ireland. Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy. Section B: Biological, Geological, and Chemical Science, 80B, 25-45.
208
Poulroe Clare
Late glacial
0
Watts, W.A. (1977) The late Devensian vegetation of Ireland. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London. B, Biological Sciences, 280, 273.
209
Shortalstown Wexford
Interglacial
0
Colhoun, E.A. and Mitchell, G.F. (1971) Interglacial Marine Formation and Lateglacial Freshwater Formation in Shortalstown Townland, Co. Wexford. Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy. Section B: Biological, Geological, and Chemical Science, 71, 211-245.
210
Butter Mountain2 Down
2000-5000
0
McVicker, S.J. (1993) A study of the vegetational history of the Mourne Mountains, County Down, using palynological and tephrochronological techniques. Unpublished PhD thesis, Queen’s University, Belfast.
211
Carrivmoragh Down
1600-10000
10
Holland, S.M. (1975) Pollen analytical studies concerning settlements and early ecology in Co. Down N. Ireland. Unpublished PhD thesis, Queen's University, Belfast.
212
Lackan Down
2000-9600
16
Holland, S.M. (1975) Pollen analytical studies concerning settlements and early ecology in Co. Down N. Ireland. Unpublished PhD thesis, Queen's University, Belfast.
213
Long Lough Down
0-3200
5
Hall, V.A. (1990) Recent landscape history from a Co. Down lake deposit. New Phytologist, 115, 377-383.
214
Slieve Croob Down
500-5500
10
Holland, S.M. (1975) Pollen analytical studies concerning settlements and early ecology in Co. Down N. Ireland. Unpublished PhD thesis, Queen's University, Belfast.
215
Slievenaslat Down
1700-7000
8
Holland, S.M. (1975) Pollen analytical studies concerning settlements and early ecology in Co. Down N. Ireland. Unpublished PhD thesis, Queen's University, Belfast.
216
Claggan Mountain Mayo
0-4900
5
Foss, P.J. and Doyle, G.J. (1990) The history of Erica erigena R. Ross, an Irish plant with a disjunct European distribution. Journal of Quaternary Science, 5, 1-16.
217
Cregganmore Mayo
2000-13000
0
McKeever, M.H. (1984) Comparative palynological studies of two lake sites in western Ireland and north-western Spain. Unpublished MSc thesis. Trinity College, Dublin.
218
Kilfenora Kerry
0
Heijnis, H., Ruddock, J. and Coxon, P. (1993) A uranium-thorium dated late Eemian or early midlandian organic deposit from near Kilfenora between Spa and Fenit, Co. Kerry, Ireland. Journal of Quaternary Science, 8, 31-43.
219
Mongan Bog1 Offaly
0-10500
8
Parkes, H.M. and Mitchell, F.J.G. (2000) Vegetation history at Clonmacnoise, Co. Offaly. Biology and Environment-Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy, 100B, 35-40.
220
Knocknacran2 Monaghan
0
Vaughan, A.P.M., Dowling, L.A., Mitchell, F.J.G., Lauritzen, S.E., McCabe, A.M. and Coxon, P. (2004) Depositional and post-depositional history of warm stage deposits at Knocknacran, Co. Monaghan, Ireland: implications for preservation of Irish last interglacial deposits. Journal of Quaternary Science, 19, 577-590.
221
Slish Lake Sligo
0-1900
3
Dodson, J.R. and Bradshaw, R.H.W. (1987) A history of vegetation and fire, 6600 B. P. to present, County Sligo, western Ireland. Boreas, 16, 113-123.
222
Union Wood Lake Sligo
0-6600
6
Dodson, J.R. and Bradshaw, R.H.W. (1987) A history of vegetation and fire, 6600 B. P. to present, County Sligo, western Ireland. Boreas, 16, 113-123.
223
Cloughmills Antrim
0-1000
0
Jessen, K. (1949) Studies in the late Quaternary deposits and flora-history of Ireland. Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy, 52B, 85-290.
224
Derrytagh North Armagh
4500-8000
0
Jessen, K. (1949) Studies in the late Quaternary deposits and flora-history of Ireland. Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy, 52B, 85-290.
225
Kilmore Kerry
450-3500
6
Wolters, S. (1996) Pollen analytical Investigations towards the Reconstruction of Late Holocene Environmental Change in Kilmore Td., Corca Dhuibhne, Co. Kerry. Unpublished MSc thesis, National University Ireland, Galway.
226
Ballymacombs More Bog Derry
0-8000
0
Jessen, K. (1949) Studies in the late Quaternary deposits and flora-history of Ireland. Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy, 52B, 85-290.
227
Spring Bridge Derry
4500-8000
0
Jessen, K. (1949) Studies in the late Quaternary deposits and flora-history of Ireland. Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy, 52B, 85-290.
228
Somerset Derry
4500-8000
0
Jessen, K. (1949) Studies in the late Quaternary deposits and flora-history of Ireland. Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy, 52B, 85-290.
229
Bann Estuary Derry
0-10000
0
Jessen, K. (1949) Studies in the late Quaternary deposits and flora-history of Ireland. Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy, 52B, 85-290.
230
Portrush Cliff Derry
6000-8500
0
Jessen, K. (1949) Studies in the late Quaternary deposits and flora-history of Ireland. Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy, 52B, 85-290.
231
Cushendun Antrim
4000-8500
0
Movius, H.L., Jr., Jessen, K., McMillan, M.N.F. and Richardson, F.L.W., Jr. (1940) An Early Post-Glacial Archaeological Site at Cushendun, County Antrim. Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy. Section C: Archaeology, Celtic Studies, History, Linguistics, Literature, 46, 1-84.
232
Island Magee Antrim
6000-8000
0
Jessen, K. (1949) Studies in the late Quaternary deposits and flora-history of Ireland. Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy, 52B, 85-290.
233
Glenballyemon Antrim
1000-8000
0
Jessen, K. (1949) Studies in the late Quaternary deposits and flora-history of Ireland. Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy, 52B, 85-290.
234
Dromteewakeen2 Kerry
290-3150
8
McDonnell, K. (1991) Investigations towards the Reconstruction of the Palaeoenvironment at the Dromteewakeen Prehistoric Sites, Iveragh Peninsula, Co. Kerry. Unpublished MSc thesis, National University Ireland, Galway.
235
Termonfeckin Cliff Louth
6000-7000
0
Jessen, K. (1949) Studies in the late Quaternary deposits and flora-history of Ireland. Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy, 52B, 85-290.
236
Killough Bog Wicklow
Unknown
0
Jessen, K. (1949) Studies in the late Quaternary deposits and flora-history of Ireland. Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy, 52B, 85-290.
237
Wicklow Mountains I Wicklow
1000-8000
0
Jessen, K. (1949) Studies in the late Quaternary deposits and flora-history of Ireland. Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy, 52B, 85-290.
238
Ralaghan Cavan
9000-14500
0
Jessen, K.and Farrington, A. (1938) The bogs at Ballybetagh, near Dublin, with remarks on late-glacial conditions in Ireland. Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy, 44B, 205-260.
239
Ardlow Inn Cavan
0-6000
0
Jessen, K. (1949) Studies in the late Quaternary deposits and flora-history of Ireland. Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy, 52B, 85-290.
240
Derrycassan Cavan
4500-7500
0
Jessen, K. (1949) Studies in the late Quaternary deposits and flora-history of Ireland. Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy, 52B, 85-290.
241
Canbo Roscommon
0-13000
0
Jessen, K. (1949) Studies in the late Quaternary deposits and flora-history of Ireland. Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy, 52B, 85-290.
242
Glantane East Cork
2500-3700
3
Hodd, M. (1999) Megaliths, Landscape and the Prerhistoric Settlement of the Foherish-Keel Valley, Co. Cork. Unpublished MA thesis, National University of Ireland, Galway.
243
Crocknaraw Galway
3400-5800
3
Jennings, E. (1997) Palaeoecological studies towards the reconstruction of the Holocene history of Pinus sylvestris L. in western Ireland. Unpublished PhD thesis, National University of Ireland, Galway.
244
Lough Boora Offaly
8700-9300
2
O'Connell, M. (1980) Pollen analysis of fen peat from a mesolithic site at Lough Boora, County Offaly, Ireland. Journal of Life Sciences, Royal Dublin Society, 2, 45-49.
245
Cloonacool Sligo
500-11500
0
Jessen, K. (1949) Studies in the late Quaternary deposits and flora-history of Ireland. Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy, 52B, 85-290.
246
Cloonlara Mayo
0-5000
0
Jessen, K. (1949) Studies in the late Quaternary deposits and flora-history of Ireland. Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy, 52B, 85-290.
247
Castlelackan Demesne Mayo
1000-9500
0
Jessen, K. (1949) Studies in the late Quaternary deposits and flora-history of Ireland. Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy, 52B, 85-290.
248
Lough Gealáin Galway
500-10000
42
Feeser, I. (2009) Palaeoecological investigations towards reconstruction of Holocene environmental change in the Burren, Co. Clare, with particular reference to Mullach Mór and selected Burren uplands. Unpublished PhD thesis, National University of Ireland, Galway.
249
Munhin Bridge Mayo
0-11500
0
Jessen, K. (1949) Studies in the late Quaternary deposits and flora-history of Ireland. Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy, 52B, 85-290.
250
Lisnolan Mayo
4500-13000
0
Jessen, K. (1949) Studies in the late Quaternary deposits and flora-history of Ireland. Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy, 52B, 85-290.
251
Derryfadda Lower Mayo
2000-6000
0
Jessen, K. (1949) Studies in the late Quaternary deposits and flora-history of Ireland. Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy, 52B, 85-290.
252
Shower Tipperary
0-10000
0
Jessen, K. (1949) Studies in the late Quaternary deposits and flora-history of Ireland. Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy, 52B, 85-290.
253
Cool Bog (Kilteely) Limerick
10000-15500
0
Jessen, K. (1949) Studies in the late Quaternary deposits and flora-history of Ireland. Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy, 52B, 85-290.
254
Aughrim Kerry
500-7500
0
Jessen, K. (1949) Studies in the late Quaternary deposits and flora-history of Ireland. Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy, 52B, 85-290.
255
Glannalappa East Kerry
4500-6500
0
Jessen, K. (1949) Studies in the late Quaternary deposits and flora-history of Ireland. Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy, 52B, 85-290.
256
Togherbane Kerry
500-7500
0
Jessen, K. (1949) Studies in the late Quaternary deposits and flora-history of Ireland. Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy, 52B, 85-290.
257
Butter Mountain1 Down
1000-3500
4
Holland, S.M. (1975) Pollen analytical studies concerning settlements and early ecology in Co. Down N. Ireland. Unpublished PhD thesis, Queen's University, Belfast.
258
Mullaboy Derry
Unknown
0
Williams, B.B., Pearson, G.W. and Edwards, K.J. (1981) A Prehistoric Complex at Ballygroll and Mullaboy, County Londonderry. Ulster Journal of Archaeology, 44/45, 29-46.
259
Loughanaphuca Mayo
Lateglacial/early Holocene
0
Coxon, P. (1982) A field guide to Clare Island, Co Mayo. Irish Association for Quaternary Studies, Dublin.
260
Bray Top Kerry
3000-5500
1
Mitchell, F. (1989) Man & environment in Valencia Island Royal Irish Academy, Dublin.
261
Addergoole Bog Galway
0
Connolly, A. (1999) The Palaeoecology of Clara Bog, Co. Offaly. Unpublished PhD thesis, Trinity College, Dublin.
262
An Loch Mór, Inis Oírr Galway
0-11600
33
Molloy, K. and O'Connell, M. (2004) Holocene vegetation and land-use dynamics in the karstic environment of Inis Oirr, Aran Islands, western Ireland: pollen analytical evidence evaluated in light of the archaeological record. Quaternary International, 113, 41-64.
263
Brackloon Lough Mayo
0-12600
3
von Engelbrechten, S., McGee, E., Little, D.J.and Mitchell, F.J.G. (2000) A Palaeoecolgiocal study of Blackloon Wood, C. Mayo; vegetation dynamics and human impact through the Hoocene period (c. 10,000 years to present).  Forest Ecosystems Research Group Report  42.
264
Brackloon Hollow A Mayo
0-5000
2
von Engelbrechten, S., McGee, E., Little, D.J.and Mitchell, F.J.G. (2000) A Palaeoecolgiocal study of Blackloon Wood, C. Mayo; vegetation dynamics and human impact through the Hoocene period (c. 10,000 years to present). . Forest Ecosystems Research Group Report  42.
265
Brackloon Hollow B Mayo
Unknown
0
von Engelbrechten, S., McGee, E., Little, D.J.and Mitchell, F.J.G. (2000) A Palaeoecolgiocal study of Blackloon Wood, C. Mayo; vegetation dynamics and human impact through the Hoocene period (c. 10,000 years to present). . Forest Ecosystems Research Group Report  42.
266
Cadogan's Bog Cork
0-6000
6
Mighall, T.M., Timpany, S., Blackford, J.J., Innes, J.B., O’Brien, C.E., O’Brien, W. and Harrison, S. (2008) Vegetation change during the Mesolithic and Neolithic on the Mizen Peninsula, Co. Cork, south-west Ireland Vegetation History and Archaeobotany, 17, 617-628. See also: Mighall, T.M., Lageard, J.G.A. and O'Brien, W.F. (1999) The prehistoric environment. In: O'Brien, W. F. Sacred ground, megalithic tombs in coastal south-west Ireland (Bronze Age Studies 4), pp. 41–59. Department of Archaeology, National University of Ireland, Galway.
267
Céide Fields (BHY) Mayo
3000-5000
5
O'Connell, M. and Molloy, K. (2001) Farming and woodland dynamics in Ireland during the Neolithic. Biology and Environment, 101B, 99-128.
268
Brendan Rock-knoll Kerry
0-6000
1
Coxon, P. (1985) Botanical appendix. In: Mitchell, F. Landscape archaeology in South-West Valencia Island: A field guide. Privately published, Dublin.
269
Emlagh Bog Embayment, Kerry Kerry
3000-6000
3
Coxon, P. (1985) Botanical appendix. In: Mitchell, F. Landscape archaeology in South-West Valencia Island: A field guide. Privately published, Dublin.
270
Bray West Bog Embayment Kerry
1000 -7000
1
Coxon, P. (1985) Botanical appendix. In: Mitchell, F. Landscape archaeology in South-West Valencia Island: A field guide. Privately published, Dublin.
271
Borheen Lough Tipperary
0-12000
4
Leira, M., Cole, E.E. Cole and Mitchell, F.J.G. (in preparation). Diatom shifts as evidence of Holocene climate and environmental changes in Ireland
272
Essexford Lough Louth
0-5500
5
Weir, D. (1995) A palynological study of landscape and agricultural development in County Louth from the second millennium BC to the first millennium AD In: Discovery Programme Reports: 2. The Royal Irish Academy, Dublin.
273
Reenarea Rise Kerry
4200-6500
3
Mitchell, F. (1989) Man & environment in Valencia Island Royal Irish Academy, Dublin.
274
Garrynagran Mayo
4200-7400
6
Jennings, E. (1997) Palaeoecological studies towards the reconstruction of the Holocene history of Pinus sylvestris L. in western Ireland. Unpublished PhD thesis, National University of Ireland, Galway. See also: O'Connell, M. and Molloy, K. (2001) Farming and woodland dynamics in Ireland during the Neolithic. Biology and Environment, 101B, 99-128.
275
Clynacartan Bog  Kerry
5000-7500
1
Mitchell, F. (1989) Man & environment in Valencia Island Royal Irish Academy, Dublin.
276
Loch an Chorcail, Carna Galway
Unknown
0
McDonnell, K. (1988) Studies towards the post-glacial vegetation history of Lough Corcal, Carna, Co. Galway. Unpublished BSc thesis, National University, Galway.
277
Lough Avullin Mayo
0-15000
2
Coxon, P., Corcoran, R., Gibson, P.and McCarron, S.G. (in press) A Holocene pollen diagram from Lough Avullin, Clare Island, western Ireland.
278
Lough Cuith Offaly
4000-7000
2
Connolly, A. (1999) The Palaeoecology of Clara Bog, Co. Offaly. Unpublished PhD thesis, Trinity College, Dublin.
279
Lough Fark Mayo
0-10000
0
Fuller, J.L. and O'Connell, M. (1998) Long-term vegetation dynamics and human activity at Mayo Abbey, central Mayo. In: Barton, K. and Molloy, K. (Eds) Field Guide No. 22, South Central Mayo. Irish Association for Quaternary Studies, Dublin.
280
Ballinphuill Galway
0-6000
15
Molloy, K., Feeser, I. and O’Connell, M. 2010. Vegetation and farming history. In McKeon, J. and O’Sullivan, J. (ed.), The quiet landscape: archaeological and palaeoecological investigations on the M6 Galway to Ballinasloe National Road Scheme. National Roads Authority Excavations Monograph, National Roads Authority, Dublin (in press).
281
Moynagh Lough Meath
0-9000
4
Stewart, R. (2011) Comparison and correlation of the archaeology and palaeoecology of Moynagh Lough, County Meath. In: Stefanini, B. (Ed) North Meath. Fieldguide No. 29, Irish Quaternary Association, Dublin.
282
Loughnashade Armagh
1000-12000
2
Weir, D.A. (1993) Dark Ages and the pollen record. Emania, 11, 21-30. See also: Weir, D.A. (1993) An Environmental History of the Navan Area, Co. Armagh. Unpublished PhD thesis, Queen's University, Belfast.
283
St. John's Wood Roscommon
0-7500
4
Budd, R.and von Engelbrechten, S. (1999) Fossil pollen analysis of a sediment core from St. John's Wood, County Roscommon. Internal Report to the Heritage Council.
284
Wooddown Bog  Offaly
0-500
0
Connolly, A. (1999) The Palaeoecology of Clara Bog, Co. Offaly. Unpublished PhD thesis, Trinity College, Dublin.
285
Croaghaun East Mayo
0-6500
4
Dwyer, R.B. and Mitchell, F.J.G. (1997) Investigation of the environmental impact of remote volcanic activity on North Mayo, Ireland, during the mid-Holocene. The Holocene, 7, 113-118.
286
Kilbegly Roscommon
800-3600
4
Overland, A. and O'Connell, M. (2011) New insights into late Holocene farming and woodland dynamics in western Ireland with particular reference to the early medieval horizontal watermill at Kilbegly, Co. Roscommon. Review of Palaeobotany and Palynology, 163, 205-226.
287
Haughey's Fort  Armagh
2000-3000
1
Weir, D.A. and Conway, M. (1988) Haughey's Fort: a preliminary palaeobotanical analysis. Emania, 4, 28-31. See also: Weir, D. (1987) Palynology and the environmental history of the Navan Area: A preliminary study. Emania, 3, 35-43.
288
Aranmore Island A Donegal
0-11500
1
Shaw, J. and Carter, R.W.G. (1994) Coastal peats from northwest Ireland: implications for late Holocene relative sea level change and shoreline evolution. Boreas, 23, 74-91.
289
Clonmass Estuary A Donegal
700-5000
5
Shaw, J. and Carter, R.W.G. (1994) Coastal peats from northwest Ireland: implications for late Holocene relative sea level change and shoreline evolution. Boreas, 23, 74-91.
290
Ballycotton Cork
0-7500
2
Carter, R.W.G., Devoy, R.J.N. and Shaw, J. (1989) Late Holocene Sea levels in Ireland. Journal of Quaternary Science, 4, 7-24.
291
Ballykeeroguemore Wexford
Mitchell, G.F. and Watts, W.A. (1993) Notes on an Interglacial Deposit in Ballykeerogemore Townland and an Interstadial Deposit in Battlestown Townland, Both in County Wexford. Irish Journal of Earth Sciences, 12, 107-117.
292
Liffey Head Bog1 Wicklow
0-1250
1
Cole, E.E. and Mitchell, F.J.G. (2003) Human impact on the Irish landscape during the late Holocene inferred from palynological studies at three peatland sites. The Holocene, 13, 507-515.
293
Boleyneendorrish (also called Gort) Galway
Interglacial
0
Jessen, K., Anderson, S.Th. and Farrington, A. (1959) The Interglacial deposit near Gort, Co. Galway, Ireland. Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy, 60B, 1-77.
294
Ballygisheen Bog Kerry
0-1275
1
Cole, E.E. and Mitchell, F.J.G. (2003) Human impact on the Irish landscape during the late Holocene inferred from palynological studies at three peatland sites. The Holocene, 13, 507-515.
295
Carrigtohill Cork
Interglacial/Gortian
0
Dowling, L.A., Sejrup, H.P., Coxon, P. and heijnis, H. (1998) Palynology, aminostratigraphy and U-series dating of marine Gortian Interglacial sediments in Cork Harbour, Southern Ireland. Quaternary Science Reviews, 17, 945-962.
296
Rathdooney Sligo
5000-5500
3
Mount, C. (1999) Excavation and environmental analysis of a Neolithic mound and Iron Age barrow cemetery at Rathdooney Beg, County Sligo, Ireland. Proceedings of the Prehistoric Society, 65, 337-371.
297
Douglas Cork
Interglacial/Gortian
0
Dowling, L.A., Sejrup, H.P., Coxon, P. and heijnis, H. (1998) Palynology, aminostratigraphy and U-series dating of marine Gortian Interglacial sediments in Cork Harbour, Southern Ireland. Quaternary Science Reviews, 17, 945-962.
298
Caheraphuca Lough Clare
2200-7400
7
Molloy, K. and O’Connell, M. 2011. Prehistoric farming in western Ireland: new evidence from pollen analytical investigations at Caheraphuca, Co. Clare. In: Delaney, S., Bayley, D., Lyne, E. McNamara, S., Nunan, J. and Molloy, K. Borderland: Archaeological investigations along the route of the M18 Gort to Crusheen road scheme. NRA Scheme Monographs Series. National Roads Authority, Dublin
299
Caheraphuca Bog Clare
3000-1000
1
Molloy, K. and O’Connell, M. 2011. Prehistoric farming in western Ireland: new evidence from pollen analytical investigations at Caheraphuca, Co. Clare. In: Delaney, S., Bayley, D., Lyne, E. McNamara, S., Nunan, J. and Molloy, K. Borderland: Archaeological investigations along the route of the M18 Gort to Crusheen road scheme. NRA Scheme Monographs Series. National Roads Authority, Dublin
300
Glenulra (Céide Fields) Mayo
4500-6100
Molloy, K. and O’Connell, M. (1995)Molloy, K. and O’Connell, M. (1995) Palaeoecological investigations towards the reconstruction of environment and land-use changes during prehistory at Céide Fields, western Ireland. Probleme der Küstenforschung im südlichen Nordseegebiet, 23, 187-225. See also: O'Connell, M. and Molloy, K. (2001) Farming and woodland dynamics in Ireland during the Neolithic. Biology and Environment, 101B, 99-128.
301
Fiddaun Galway
7000-12000
5
van Asch, N. and Hoek, W.Z., 2012. The impact of summer temperature changes on vegetation development in Ireland during the Weichselian Lateglacial Interstadial Journal of Quaternary Science. doi: 10.1002/jqs.1564
302
Trawenagh Bay Donegal
0-4500
2
Shaw, J. and Carter, R.W.G. (1994) Coastal peats from northwest Ireland: implications for late Holocene relative sea level change and shoreline evolution. Boreas, 23, 74-91.
303
Ballywoolen Derry
5300-5500
4
Wilson, P. and Plunkett, G. (2010) Age and palaeoenvironmental significance of an inter-tidal peat bed at Ballywoolen, Bann estuary, Co. Londonderry. Irish Geography, 43, 265-275.
304
Aghla Beg Donegal
0-6000
1
Hanna, S.A. (1993) Blanket mire initiation in Ireland with special reference to upland sites in counties Antrim and Donegal. Unpublished PhD thesis, Queen's University, Belfast.
305
Ballydoo Lough Galway
0-115
0
Huang, C.C. and O'Connell, M. (2000) Recent land-use and soil erosion history within a small catchment in Connemara, western Ireland: evidence from lake sediments and documentary sources. Catena, 41, 293-335.
306
Ballyhalbert Down
Late glacial
0
Morrison, M.E.S. and Stephens, N. (1960) Stratigraphical and pollen analysis of the raised beach deposit at Ballyhalbert, Co Down, Northern Ireland. New Phytologist, 59, 153-166.
307
Ballymulholland Derry
0-2000
2
Mallory, J.P., McCormick, F., Wilson, P., Henderson, J., Goddard, A. and Crone, F.J. (1988) Excavations at Ballymulholland, Magilligan Foreland, Co. Londonderry. Ulster Journal of Archaeology, 51, 103-114.
308
Bay Farm Antrim
0-4000
3
Francis, E. (1987) The palynology of the Glencloy area. Unpublished PhD thesis, Queen's University, Belfast.
309
Beaghs Forest Antrim
0-3000
1
Goddard, A. (1971) Studies of the vegetational changes associated with the initiation of blanket peat accumulation in northeast Ireland. Unpublished PhD thesis, Queen's University, Belfast.
310
Beaghs Sand Quarry Antrim
0-4500
1
Goddard, A. (1971) Studies of the vegetational changes associated with the initiation of blanket peat accumulation in northeast Ireland. Unpublished PhD thesis, Queen's University, Belfast.
311
Black Bog Down
0-6000
0
McVicker, S.J. (1993) A study of the vegetational history of the Mourne Mountains, County Down, using palynological and tephrochronological techniques. Unpublished PhD thesis, Queen’s University, Belfast.
312
Corrib Bog Galway
100-2200
3
Bingham, A. (2011) Long-term environmental change in lower Lough Corrib and its catchment: a multidisciplinary palaeoecological study. Unpublished PhD thesis, National University Ireland, Galway.
313
Soarn's Lough Antrim
4300-9000
0
Doyle, L. (2003) Early human influence and environmental change in the Antrim Uplands, Northern Ireland. Unpublished PhD thesis, Queen's University, Belfast.
314
Broghan Bog Tyrone
0-6500
0
Hirons, K.R. (1988) Recruitment of cpr2 pollen to lake sediments: an example from Co. Tyrone, Northern Ireland. Review of Palaeobotany and Palynology, 54, 43-54.
315
Castlebog Down
4000-7000
0
McVicker, S.J. (1993) A study of the vegetational history of the Mourne Mountains, County Down, using palynological and tephrochronological techniques. Unpublished PhD thesis, Queen’s University, Belfast.
316
Ballyline Kilkenny
Unknown
Coxon, P. and Flegg, A. (1985) A Middle Pleistocene Interglacial Deposit from Ballyline, Co. Kilkenny. Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy. Section B: Biological, Geological, and Chemical Science, 85B, 107-120.
317
Crockalough Antrim
0-8000
1
Hanna, S.A. (1993) Blanket mire initiation in Ireland with special reference to upland sites in counties Antrim and Donegal. Unpublished PhD thesis, Queen's University, Belfast.
318
Crocknamoyle Antrim
0-3000
2
Goddard, A. (1971) Studies of the vegetational changes associated with the initiation of blanket peat accumulation in northeast Ireland. Unpublished PhD thesis, Queen's University, Belfast.
319
Cronalaght Donegal
0-6000
1
Hanna, S.A. (1993) Blanket mire initiation in Ireland with special reference to upland sites in counties Antrim and Donegal. Unpublished PhD thesis, Queen's University, Belfast.
320
Douglas Top Antrim
0-6000
1
Hanna, S.A. (1993) Blanket mire initiation in Ireland with special reference to upland sites in counties Antrim and Donegal. Unpublished PhD thesis, Queen's University, Belfast.
321
Garvaghullion Bog Tyrone
0-1000
0
Hall, V.A. (1998) Recent landscape change and landscape restoration in Northern Ireland: a tephra-dated pollen study. Review of Palaeobotany and Palynology, 103, 59-68. See also: Hall, V.A. and Bunting, L. (2001) Tephra-dated Pollen Studies of Medieval Landscapes in the North of Ireland. In: Duffy, P. J., Edwards, D., FitzPatrick, E. and Group for the Study of Irish Historic Settlement. (Ed) Gaelic Ireland, c.1250-c.1650 : land, lordship and settlement, pp. 207-222. Four Courts Press for the Group for the Study of Irish Historic Settlement, Dublin.
322
Gruig Top Antrim
0-3500
3
Goddard, A. (1971) Studies of the vegetational changes associated with the initiation of blanket peat accumulation in northeast Ireland. Unpublished PhD thesis, Queen's University, Belfast.
323
Claraghmore Bog2 Tyrone
2600-3500
0
Plunkett, G. (2009) Land-use patterns and cultural change in the Middle to Late Bronze Age in Ireland: inferences from pollen records. Vegetation History and Archaeobotany, 18, 273-295.
324
Loughermore Derry
2000-3500
2
Goddard, A. (1971) Studies of the vegetational changes associated with the initiation of blanket peat accumulation in northeast Ireland. Unpublished PhD thesis, Queen's University, Belfast.
325
Loughaveema Antrim
0-3200
4
Goddard, A. (1971) Studies of the vegetational changes associated with the initiation of blanket peat accumulation in northeast Ireland. Unpublished PhD thesis, Queen's University, Belfast.
326
Brockley, Rathlin Island Antrim
700-5300
8
Doyle, L. (2003) Early human influence and environmental change in the Antrim Uplands, Northern Ireland. Unpublished PhD thesis, Queen's University, Belfast.
327
Lough Nanallog Tyrone
0-7500
0
Hirons, K.R. (1988) Recruitment of cpr2 pollen to lake sediments: an example from Co. Tyrone, Northern Ireland. Review of Palaeobotany and Palynology, 54, 43-54.
328
Ringnaill Quay Down
early Holocene
0
Morrison, M.E.S. (1960) The Palynology of Ringneill Quay, a New Mesolithic Site in Co. Down, Northern Ireland. Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy. Section C: Archaeology, Celtic Studies, History, Linguistics, Literature, 61, 171-182.
329
Seaforde Bog Down
4000-7000
0
McVicker, S.J. (1993) A study of the vegetational history of the Mourne Mountains, County Down, using palynological and tephrochronological techniques. Unpublished PhD thesis, Queen’s University, Belfast.
330
Slievenahanaghan Antrim
0-7000
1
Hanna, S.A. (1993) Blanket mire initiation in Ireland with special reference to upland sites in counties Antrim and Donegal. Unpublished PhD thesis, Queen's University, Belfast.
331
Slieveanorra Antrim
Unknown
0
Goddard, A. (1971) Studies of the vegetational changes associated with the initiation of blanket peat accumulation in northeast Ireland. Unpublished PhD thesis, Queen's University, Belfast.
332
Slievebane Antrim
0-8000
1
Hanna, S.A. (1993) Blanket mire initiation in Ireland with special reference to upland sites in counties Antrim and Donegal. Unpublished PhD thesis, Queen's University, Belfast.
333
Parkmore Antrim
Unknown
0
Morrison, M.E.S. (1958 ) Palynological and ecological studies in northern Irish bog sites. Unpublished PhD thesis, Queen's University, Belfast 
334
Slieve Binnian Down
3500-4500
0
McVicker, S.J. (1993) A study of the vegetational history of the Mourne Mountains, County Down, using palynological and tephrochronological techniques. Unpublished PhD thesis, Queen’s University, Belfast.
335
Cooney Lough Sligo
2800-11200
11
Ghilardi, B. (in preparation) Early and mid Holocene woodland dynamics and prehistoric farming impact at Cooney Lough, north Co. Sligo, Ireland. Unpublished PhD thesis, National University of Ireland, Galway.
336
Derryville1 Tipperary
0-4500
10
Caseldine, C., Hatton, J. and Geary, B. (2005) Pollen and palaeohydrological analyses. In: Gowen, M., O'Neill, J. and Phillips, M. Eds. The Lisheen Mine Archaeological Project 1996-8. Wordwell, Bray.
337
Lough Dá Éan Clare
Unknown
0
Feighan, H. (1985) Man's inpact on the vegetational history of the Burren, Co. Clare: a study. Unpublished MA thesis, University College Cork. See also: Jeličić, L. and O'Connell, M. (1992) History of vegetation and land use from 3200 B.P. to the present in the north-west Burren, a karstic region of western Ireland. Vegetation History and Archaeobotany, V1, 119-140.
338
Lough Diheen Tipperary
0-700
1
Leira, M., Cole, E.E. Cole and Mitchell, F.J.G. (in preparation). Diatom shifts as evidence of Holocene climate and environmental changes in Ireland
339
Kelly's Lough Wicklow
0-11000
9
Leira, M., Cole, E.E. and Mitchell, F.J.G. (2007) Long term impacts of atmospheric deposition and peat erosion on an oligotrophic lake in eastern Ireland Journal of Paleolimnology, 38, 49-71.
340
Agher Meath
0-10000
0
Mitchell, G.F. (1951) Studies in Irish Quaternary deposits: No. 7. Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy, 53B, 111-206.
341
Annaholty Tipperary
5000-9000
0
Mitchell, G.F. (1951) Studies in Irish Quaternary deposits: No. 7. Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy, 53B, 111-206.
342
Ballyvalloo Lower Wexford
10000-11000
0
Mitchell, G.F. (1951) Studies in Irish Quaternary deposits: No. 7. Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy, 53B, 111-206.
343
Ballyvenaght Antrim
0-4500
0
Mitchell, G.F. (1951) Studies in Irish Quaternary deposits: No. 7. Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy, 53B, 111-206.
344
Belfast Antrim
10000-14000
0
Mitchell, G.F. (1951) Studies in Irish Quaternary deposits: No. 7. Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy, 53B, 111-206.
345
Boskill Limerick
7000-14000
0
Mitchell, G.F. (1951) Studies in Irish Quaternary deposits: No. 7. Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy, 53B, 111-206.
346
Breaghwy Mayo
3000-6000
0
Mitchell, G.F., O'Leary, M. and Raftery, J. (1940) On a Bronze Halberd from County Mayo and a Bronze Spearhead from County Westmeath. Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy. Section C: Archaeology, Celtic Studies, History, Linguistics, Literature, 46, 287-298. See also: Mitchell, G.F. (1951) Studies in Irish Quaternary deposits: No. 7. Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy, 53B, 111-206.
347
Cahercorney Limerick
11000-14000
0
Mitchell, G.F. (1951) Studies in Irish Quaternary deposits: No. 7. Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy, 53B, 111-206.
348
Cool West Limerick
0-3000
0
Mitchell, G.F. (1951) Studies in Irish Quaternary deposits: No. 7. Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy, 53B, 111-206.
349
Drummacaladerry Donegal
0-5000
0
Mitchell, G.F. (1951) Studies in Irish Quaternary deposits: No. 7. Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy, 53B, 111-206.
350
Edentobber Louth
0-5000
0
Mitchell, G.F. (1951) Studies in Irish Quaternary deposits: No. 7. Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy, 53B, 111-206.
351
Falcarragh Donegal
Unknown
0
Mitchell, G.F. (1951) Studies in Irish Quaternary deposits: No. 7. Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy, 53B, 111-206.
352
Griffinrath Kildare
10000-12000
0
Mitchell, G.F. (1951) Studies in Irish Quaternary deposits: No. 7. Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy, 53B, 111-206.
353
Grillagh Longford
0-6500
0
Mitchell, G.F. (1951) Studies in Irish Quaternary deposits: No. 7. Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy, 53B, 111-206.
354
Jenkinstown Louth
7500-9000
0
Mitchell, G.F. (1951) Studies in Irish Quaternary deposits: No. 7. Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy, 53B, 111-206.
355
Johnstown Wicklow
1100-12000
0
Mitchell, G.F. (1951) Studies in Irish Quaternary deposits: No. 7. Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy, 53B, 111-206.
356
Kilmoyly Kerry
0-6500
0
Mitchell, G.F. (1951) Studies in Irish Quaternary deposits: No. 7. Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy, 53B, 111-206.
357
Kilmacoe TD II, Lough Doo Wexford
9000-14000
0
Mitchell, G.F. (1951) Studies in Irish Quaternary deposits: No. 7. Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy, 53B, 111-206.
358
Lissue Antrim
950-1200
0
Mitchell, G.F. (1951) Studies in Irish Quaternary deposits: No. 7. Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy, 53B, 111-206.
359
Moneystown Wicklow
200-10000
0
Mitchell, G.F. (1951) Studies in Irish Quaternary deposits: No. 7. Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy, 53B, 111-206.
360
Star Bog Antrim
4300-9000
0
Doyle, L. (2003) Early human influence and environmental change in the Antrim Uplands, Northern Ireland. Unpublished PhD thesis, Queen's University, Belfast.
361
Mount Shannon Limerick
4000-6000
0
Mitchell, G.F. (1951) Studies in Irish Quaternary deposits: No. 7. Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy, 53B, 111-206.
362
Moyarwood Galway
0-6000
0
Mitchell, G.F. (1951) Studies in Irish Quaternary deposits: No. 7. Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy, 53B, 111-206.
363
Newtownbabe Louth
7500-13000
0
Mitchell, G.F. (1951) Studies in Irish Quaternary deposits: No. 7. Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy, 53B, 111-206.
364
Rathcoffey South Kildare
11000-14000
0
Mitchell, G.F. (1951) Studies in Irish Quaternary deposits: No. 7. Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy, 53B, 111-206.
365
Rathjordan Limerick
4500-5500
0
Mitchell, G.F. (1951) Studies in Irish Quaternary deposits: No. 7. Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy, 53B, 111-206.
366
Ravansdale Park Louth
0-6500
0
Mitchell, G.F. (1951) Studies in Irish Quaternary deposits: No. 7. Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy, 53B, 111-206.
367
Treanybrogaun Mayo
1000-6000
0
Mitchell, G.F. (1951) Studies in Irish Quaternary deposits: No. 7. Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy, 53B, 111-206.
368
Willsborough Derry
6000-7000
0
Mitchell, G.F. (1951) Studies in Irish Quaternary deposits: No. 7. Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy, 53B, 111-206.
369
Abbeyknockmoy Galway
0-1700
6
Lomas-Clarke, S.H. and Barber, K.E. (2004) Palaeoecology of human impact during the historic period: palynology and geochemistry of a peat deposit at Abbeyknockmoy, Co. Galway, Ireland. The Holocene, 14, 721-731.
370
Wattstown Derry
13000-14000
0
Hirons, K.R. (1982) Lateglacial Pollen Assemblages from Wattstown, Co Londonderry. The Irish Naturalists' Journal, 20, 411-414.
371
Bunnyconnellan East Mayo
0-4800
2
O'Connell, M. (1990) Early land use in north-east county Mayo-the palaeoecological evidence. Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy, 90C, 259-279.
372
Carbury Bog Kildare
0-850
4
van Geel, B. and Middeldorp, A.A. (1988) Vegetational history of Carbury Bog (Co. Kildare, Ireland) during the last 850 years and a test of the temperature indicator value of 2H/1H measurements of peat samples in relation to historical sources and meteorological data. New Phytologist, 109, 377-392.
373
Corlona Leitrim
0-7000
1
Tohall, P., Vries, H.d. and Zeist, W.v. (1955) A Trackway in Corlona Bog, Co. Leitrim. The Journal of the Royal Society of Antiquaries of Ireland, 85, 77-83.
374
Dromsallagh Limerick
0-7500
0
Mitchell, G.F. (1956.) Post-Boreal pollen diagrams from Irish raised bogs. Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy, Series B, 57B, 185-251.
375
Sheskinmore Donegal
2000-4000
0
Shaw, J. (1985) Holocene coastal evolution, Co. Donegal, Ireland. PhD, University of Ulster, Coleraine Coleraine.
376
Lough Maumeen Galway
0-11000
7
Huang, C.C. (2002) Holocene landscape development and human impact in the Connemara Uplands, Western Ireland. Journal of Biogeography, 29, 153-165.
377
Oldtown Kilcashel Roscommon
0-7000
0
Mitchell, G.F. (1956.) Post-Boreal pollen diagrams from Irish raised bogs. . Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy, Series B, 57B, 185-251.
378
Tattenamona Fermanagh
0-6000
0
Mitchell, G.F. (1956.) Post-Boreal pollen diagrams from Irish raised bogs. . Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy, Series B, 57B, 185-251.
379
Whiterath Bog Louth
1500-5000
3
Weir, D. (1995) A palynological study of landscape and agricultural development in County Louth from the second millennium BC to the first millennium AD In: Discovery Programme Reports: 2. The Royal Irish Academy, Dublin.
380
Roshin Point A Donegal
2500-5700
1
Shaw, J. and Carter, R.W.G. (1994) Coastal peats from northwest Ireland: implications for late Holocene relative sea level change and shoreline evolution. Boreas, 23, 74-91.
381
Roshin Point B Donegal
0-4000
0
Shaw, J. and Carter, R.W.G. (1994) Coastal peats from northwest Ireland: implications for late Holocene relative sea level change and shoreline evolution. Boreas, 23, 74-91.
382
Oldcroghan Offaly
2000-3000
7
Plunkett, G., Whitehouse, N.J., Hall, V.A., Charman, D.J., Blaauw, M., Kelly, E. and Mulhall, I. (2009) A multi-proxy palaeoenvironmental investigation of the findspot of an Iron Age bog body from Oldcroghan, Co. Offaly, Ireland. Journal of Archaeological Science, 36, 265.
383
Ballyness Donegal
2000-5000
2
Shaw, J. and Carter, R.W.G. (1994) Coastal peats from northwest Ireland: implications for late Holocene relative sea level change and shoreline evolution. Boreas, 23, 74-91.
384
Owenduff Mayo
2600-3700
0
Plunkett, G. (2009) Land-use patterns and cultural change in the Middle to Late Bronze Age in Ireland: inferences from pollen records. Vegetation History and Archaeobotany, 18, 273-295.
385
Moyreen Bog Limerick
2400-3600
0
Plunkett, G. (2009) Land-use patterns and cultural change in the Middle to Late Bronze Age in Ireland: inferences from pollen records. Vegetation History and Archaeobotany, 18, 273-295.
386
Glen West Fermanagh
2600-3300
3
Plunkett, G. (2009) Land-use patterns and cultural change in the Middle to Late Bronze Age in Ireland: inferences from pollen records. Vegetation History and Archaeobotany, 18, 273-295.
387
Belderg2 Mayo
1000-2500
1
Verrill, L. and Tipping, R. (2010) A palynological and geoarchaeological investigation into Bronze Age farming at Belderg Beg, Co. Mayo, Ireland. Journal of Archaeological Science, 37, 1214-1225.
388
Knockiveagh Down
Unknown
0
Smith, A.G. (1957) Note on the Pollen Analysis of some Deposits at Knockiveagh (Co. Down) Neolithic Cairn. In: Collins, A. E. P., Proudfoot, B., Preston, J., Morton, W. R. M. and Smith, A. G. (1957) Trial Excavations in a Round Cairn on Knockiveagh, Co. Down, pp. 8-28. Ulster Journal of Archaeology.
389
Garrannon Wood Clare
0-650
1
Bohan, R. (1997) The historical ecology of the woodlands of Ireland, western Scotland and the Isle of Man. Unpublished PhD thesis, Trinity College, Dublin.
390
Carron Clare
0
Crabtree, K. (1982). Evidence for the Burren's Forest Cover. In: M. Bell and S. Limbrey (Eds.) Archaeological Aspects of Woodland Ecology. Symposia of The Association for Environmental Archaeology No. 2. British Archaeological Reports International Series 146, 105-113. Oxford: British Archaeological Reports.
391
Strandhill Sligo
6000-7000
2
Göransson, H. (1984) Pollen analytical investigations in the Sligo area. The archaeology of Carrowmore (ed G. Burenhult), pp. 154-193. Institute of Archaeology, University of Stockholm, Stockholm. Göransson, H. (2002) Pollen Analytical Investigations in the Sligo Area. A Celebration of Sligo: First Essays for Sligo Field Club. (ed M. Timoney), pp. 85-95. Sligo Field Club, Sligo.
392
The King's Stables Armagh
0-2800
1
Lynn, C.J., Penn, C., McCorry, M., Delaney, M. & Larmour, R. (1977) Trial Excavations at the King's Stables, Tray Townland, County Armagh. Ulster Journal of Archaeology, 40, 42-62.
393
Lough na Trosk  Wall sites Antrim
0-4000
4
Francis, E. (1987) The palynology of the Glencloy area. Unpublished PhD thesis, Queen's University, Belfast.
394
Lough Gur Red Bog Limerick
9000-15000
4
Ahlberg, K., Almgren, E., Wright, H.E., Ito, E. and Hobbie, S. (1996) Oxygen-isotope record of Late-Glacial climatic change in western Ireland. Boreas, 25, 257-267. 
395
Lough Gur2 Limerick
9000-15001
0
Ahlberg, K., Almgren, E., Wright, H.E., Ito, E. and Hobbie, S. (1996) Oxygen-isotope record of Late-Glacial climatic change in western Ireland. Boreas, 25, 257-267.
396
Derryclure Bog Offaly
0-800
1
O'Connell, C. (1990) Ecology and history of a bog pine woodland at Derryclure, County Offaly, Ireland. British Ecological Society Bulletin, 21, 116-121
397
Breanlee Kerry
Unknown
0
Welten, M. (1952) Pollenanalytische Stichproben über die subrezente Vegetationsentwicklung im Bergland von Kerry (Ireland). Die Pflanzenwelt Irlands (ed W. Lüdi), pp. 85-99. Hans Huber, Bern.
398
Breanlee Lower Kerry
Unknown
0
Welten, M. (1952) Pollenanalytische Stichproben über die subrezente Vegetationsentwicklung im Bergland von Kerry (Ireland). Die Pflanzenwelt Irlands (ed W. Lüdi), pp. 85-99. Hans Huber, Bern.
399
Newlands Cross Dublin 
5000-11200
3
Preece, R.C., Coxon, P. and Robinson, J.E. (1986) New biostratigraphic evidence for the Post-Glacial colonisation of Ireland and for mesolithic forest disturbance. Journal of Biogeography, 13, 487-509.
400
Kilmacoe TD I Wexford
6000-12000
0
Mitchell, G.F. (1951) Studies in Irish Quaternary deposits: No. 7. Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy, 53B, 111-206.
401
Redbog (Kildare) Kildare
0-2500
0
Mitchell, G.F. (1951) Studies in Irish Quaternary deposits: No. 7. Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy, 53B, 111-206.
402
Coumenare Kerry
1000-5000
0
Mitchell, G.F. (1951) Studies in Irish Quaternary deposits: No. 7. Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy, 53B, 111-206.
403
Redbog1 (Louth) Louth
200-7000
0
Mitchell, G.F. (1956) Post-Boreal pollen diagrams from Irish raised bogs. . Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy, Series B, 57B, 185-251.
404
Mongan Bog2 Offaly
0-1600
0
Hall, V.A. (2005) The vegetation history of monastic and secular sites in the midlands of Ireland over the last two millennia. Vegetation History and Archaeobotany, 15, 1-12.
405
Clonfert Bog Galway
0-1900
0
Hall, V.A. (2005) The vegetation history of monastic and secular sites in the midlands of Ireland over the last two millennia. Vegetation History and Archaeobotany, 15, 1-12.
406
Clonenagh Bog Laois
0-1300
0
Hall, V.A. (2005) The vegetation history of monastic and secular sites in the midlands of Ireland over the last two millennia. Vegetation History and Archaeobotany, 15, 1-12.
407
Derryville2 Tipperary
0-1500
0
Hall, V.A. (2005) The vegetation history of monastic and secular sites in the midlands of Ireland over the last two millennia. Vegetation History and Archaeobotany, 15, 1-12.
408
Derragh Bog Longford
0-6300
12
Brown, A.G., Hatton, J., O'Brien, C.E., Selby, K.A., Langdon, P.G., Stuijts, I. and Caseldine, C.J. (2005) Vegetation, landscape and human activity in Midland Ireland: mire and lake records from the Lough Kinale-Derragh Lough area, Central Ireland. Vegetation History and Archaeobotany, 14, 81-98.
409
Derragh Lough  Longford
0-5500
4
Brown, A.G., Hatton, J., O'Brien, C.E., Selby, K.A., Langdon, P.G., Stuijts, I. and Caseldine, C.J. (2005) Vegetation, landscape and human activity in Midland Ireland: mire and lake records from the Lough Kinale-Derragh Lough area, Central Ireland. Vegetation History and Archaeobotany, 14, 81-98.
410
Lough Kinale (Ballywillin Crannog) Longford
0-9300
9
Brown, A.G., Hatton, J., O'Brien, C.E., Selby, K.A., Langdon, P.G., Stuijts, I. and Caseldine, C.J. (2005) Vegetation, landscape and human activity in Midland Ireland: mire and lake records from the Lough Kinale-Derragh Lough area, Central Ireland. Vegetation History and Archaeobotany, 14, 81-98.
411
Corlea 9 Longford
4800-5500
4
Caseldine, C. and Hatton, J. (1996) Early land clearance and wooden trackway construction in the third and fourth millennia BC at Corlea, Co. Longford. Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy, 96B, 11-19.
412
High Island Galway
600-4250
3
Molloy, K., Fuller, J.L. and Conaghan, J. (2000) Vegetation and land-use history on High Island: the results of preliminary investigations. In: High Island: An Irish Monastery in the Atlantic (eds J. White Marshall and G. D. Rourke), pp. 233-243. Town House and Country House, Dublin.
413
Moneyveagh Galway
0-1000
0
Hall, V.A. (2003) Vegetation history of mid- to western Ireland in the 2nd millennium AD; fresh evidence from tephra-dated palynological investigations. Vegetation History and Archaeobotany, 12, 7-17.
414
Monaincha Tipperary
0-1000
0
Hall, V.A. (2003) Vegetation history of mid- to western Ireland in the 2nd millennium AD; fresh evidence from tephra-dated palynological investigations. Vegetation History and Archaeobotany, 12, 7-17.
415
Gortahurk Fermanagh
0-1000
0
Hall, V.A. (2003) Vegetation history of mid- to western Ireland in the 2nd millennium AD; fresh evidence from tephra-dated palynological investigations. Vegetation History and Archaeobotany, 12, 7-17.
416
Portmagee  Kerry
0
Hall, V.A. (2003) Vegetation history of mid- to western Ireland in the 2nd millennium AD; fresh evidence from tephra-dated palynological investigations. Vegetation History and Archaeobotany, 12, 7-17.
417
Mhónáin Kerry
1300-4500
7
Allen, P.P. (2004) Geomorphic response of upslope and fluvial systems to Holocene environmental change:  Brandon Mountain Massif, Dingle Peninsula Southwest Ireland. Unpublished PhD thesis, Coventry University, Coventry. See also: Allen, P. (1999) Palaeoecological investigation of material from an alluvial fan on Mount Brandon, Dingle Peninsula. Quaternary Newsletter, 88, 30-33.
418
Garry Bog2 Antrim
0-1000
0
Hall, V.A. (1998) Recent landscape change and landscape restoration in Northern Ireland: a tephra-dated pollen study. Review of Palaeobotany and Palynology, 103, 59-68. 
419
Claraghmore Bog1 Tyrone
400-450
0
Hall, V.A. and Bunting, L. (2001) Tephra-dated Pollen Studies of Medieval Landscapes in the North of Ireland. Gaelic Ireland, c.1250-c.1650 : land, lordship and settlement (eds P. J. Duffy, D. Edwards and E. FitzPatrick), pp. 207-222. Four Courts Press for the Group for the Study of Irish Historic Settlement, Dublin.
420
Annagarriff Bog Armagh
400-451
0
Hall, V.A. and Bunting, L. (2001) Tephra-dated Pollen Studies of Medieval Landscapes in the North of Ireland. Gaelic Ireland, c.1250-c.1650 : land, lordship and settlement (eds P. J. Duffy, D. Edwards and E. FitzPatrick), pp. 207-222. Four Courts Press for the Group for the Study of Irish Historic Settlement, Dublin.
421
Doo Lough2 Kerry
0-11500
4
Mitchell, F.J.G. and Cooney, T. (2004) Vegetation history in the Killarney valley. In: O'Brien, W. Ross Island : mining metal and society in early Ireland (Bronze age studies, 6). National University of Ireland, Galway.
422
Glena Kerry
0-250
0
Jacob, D.J. (1990) Ancient woodland in the Killarney National Park. Unpublished BA (Mod) thesis, Trinity College, Dublin.
423
Lough Inchiquin Kerry
0-4000
0
Mitchell, F.J.G. (1993) The biogeographical implications of the distribution and history of the strawberry tree, Arbutus unedo in Ireland. Biogeography of Ireland: past, present, and future (eds M. J. Costello & K. S. Kelly), pp. 35-44. Irish Biogeographical Society, Dublin.
424
Wicklow Mountains II Wicklow
3500-5500
0
Jessen, K. (1949) Studies in the late Quaternary deposits and flora-history of Ireland. Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy, 52B, 85-290.
425
Ballyscullion2 Antrim
0-7000
7
Smith, A.G., Pearson, G.W.and Pilcher, J.R. (1971) Belfast radiocarbon dates III. Radiocarbon, 13, 103-125. See also: Smith, A.G. (1975) Neolithic and Bronze Age landscape changes in Northern Ireland. In: Evans, J. G., Limbrey, S. and Cleeve, H. (Ed) The effect of Man on the landscape: the Highland zone. , pp. 64-74. Council for British Archaeology, London.
426
 Grangemore Derry
Unknown
0
Plunkett, G., Gormley, S. and Wilson, P. (2004) Archaeology and Palaeoenvironment at Grangemore Dunes, Co Derry. Ulster Journal of Archaeology, 63, 1-13.
427
Toome1  Antrim
Unknown
0
Movius, H.L., Jr., Jessen, K., Childe, V.G. and Whelan, C.B. (1935) A Neolithic Site on the River Bann. Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy. Section C: Archaeology, Celtic Studies, History, Linguistics, Literature, 43, 17-40.
428
Roundstone II Galway
1000-12500
0
Jessen, K. (1949) Studies in the late Quaternary deposits and flora-history of Ireland. Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy, 52B, 85-290.
429
Kilbeg1 Waterford
Gortian
0
Jessen, K., Andersen, S.T.and Farrington, A. (1959) The Interglacial deposit near Gort, Co. Galway, Ireland. Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy, 60B, 1-77.
430
Newtown Waterford
Gortian
0
Watts, W.A. (1959 ) Interglacial deposits at Kilbeg and Newtown, Co. Waterford Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy, 60B, 79–134.
431
The Long Range 2 Kerry
10000-15500
0
Watts, W.A. (1963) Late-glacial pollen zones in western Ireland. Irish Geography 4, 367-376.
432
Dooagh Mayo
6000-10000
5
Head, K., Turney, C.S.M., Pilcher, J.R., Palmer, J.G. and Baillie, M.G.L. (2007) Problems with identifying the '8200-year cold event' in terrestrial records of the Atlantic seaboard: a case study from Dooagh, Achill Island, Ireland. Journal of Quaternary Science, 22, 65-75.
433
Battlestown Wexford
0
Craig, A.J. (1973) Studies on the ecological history of South-East Ireland, using pollen influx analysis and other methods. Unpublished PhD thesis, Trinity College, Dublin.
434
Hanging Rock Wood Fermanagh
0-500
0
McGorrian, A. (2000) The dynamics of Taxus baccata L. in Hanging Rock Wood, Co. Fermanagh, Northern Ireland. Unpublished B A Mod thesis, Trinity College, Dublin.
435
Bog of the Frogs Dublin 
0-650
1
Cooney, T. (1994) Recent environment change on Howth Head, County Dublin. Unpublished B. A. Mod thesis, Trinity College, Dublin.
436
Glen of the Downs Wicklow
0-400
0
Brett, F. (1998) A study in long term vegetation dynamics via a small hollow site in the Glen of the Downs, Co. Wicklow. Unpublished B. A, Mod thesis, Trinity College, Dublin.
437
Ratoath Meath
Lateglacial
0
Mitchell, G.F. (1940) Studies in Irish Quaternary Deposits. No. 2. Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy. Section B: Biological, Geological, and Chemical Science, 46, 173-182.
438
Bunnamohaun Mayo
2500
2
Molloy, K. (2007) Reconstruction of past vegetation history on Clare Island: palaeoenvironmental investigations undertaken in conjunction with the archaeological excavations. In: Gosling, P., Manning, C. and Waddell, J. New Survey of Clare Island Volume 5: Archaeology., pp. 297-310. Royal Irish Academy, Dublin.
439
Rinnaraw  Donegal
1300
1
Molloy, K. (2006) Appendix B. Palaeoenvionmental Investigations at Rinnaraw cashel/byre-house site, Dunfanaghy, Co Donegal. In: Comber, M., Murray, E., Hamilton-Dyer, S., Molloy, K. and Hickey, L. Tom Fanning's excavations at Rinnaraw Cashel, Portnablagh, Co. Donegal, pp. 67-124. Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy, 106C, 67-124.
440
Lough Corrib Galway
5000-11500
8
Bingham, A. (2011) Long-term environmental change in lower Lough Corrib and its catchment: a multidisciplinary palaeoecological study. Unpublished PhD thesis, National University Ireland, Galway.
441
Carnlough Antrim
9000-13500
4
Prior, D.B., Holland, S.M. and Cruickshank, M.M. (1981) A preliminary report on late Devensian and Early Flandrian deposits on the coast at Carnlough, County Antrim. Irish Geography, 14, 75-84.
442
Lecarrow Mayo
1000-3000
0
Molloy, K. (2007) Reconstruction of past vegetation history on Clare Island: palaeoenvironmental investigations undertaken in conjunction with the archaeological excavations. In: Gosling, P., Manning, C. and Waddell, J. New Survey of Clare Island Volume 5: Archaeology., pp. 297-310. Royal Irish Academy, Dublin.
443
Lough Gall Armagh
To be checked probably last 2000 years possibly undated
McCallen, M.E. (1974) A Study of the Late-Flandrian Sediments of Lough Gall, Co Armagh in relation to local agriculture., New University, Ulster.
444
Lough Namackanbeg2 Galway
10000-15000
0
Andrieu, V., Huang, C.C., O'Connell, M. and Paus, A. (1993) Lateglacial Vegetation and Environment in Ireland: First Results from 4 Western Sites. Quaternary Science Reviews, 12, 681-705.
445
Templevanny Lough Sligo
2000-6000
many
Stolze, S., Dörfler, W., Nelle, O. (in press) A high-resolution palaeoecological reconstruction of landscape change and human development during the fourth millennium BC in the Carrowkeel / Keshcorran area, Co. Sligo. In: Timoney, M.A. (ed.). A celebration of Sligo (2nd ed.). Sligo Field Club, Sligo.
446
Ballinderry Offaly
0-10000
10
O'Carrroll, E. (in progress) Quantifying woodland resource usage in the Irish midlands using archaeological and palaeoecological techniques. Unpublished PhD thesis, Trinity College, Dublin
447
Kilcurley Offaly
0-2000
2
O'Carrroll, E. (in progress) Quantifying woodland resource usage in the Irish midlands using archaeological and palaeoecological techniques. Unpublished PhD thesis, Trinity College, Dublin
448
Newgrange Meath
5000
Groenman-van Waateringe, W. (1984) Pollen and seed analysis. In: O'Kelly, M. J. Newgrange : archaeology, art and legend Thames and Hudson, London.
449
Finglas River1 Kerry
13000-14200
2
Bryant, R.H. (1974) A Late-Midlandian Section at Finglas River, near Waterville, Kerry. Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy. Section B: Biological, Geological, and Chemical Science, 74, 161-178.
450
Cultra Down
0
Hall, V.A. (1989) A study of the modern pollen rain from a reconstructed 19th century farm. Irish Naturalists' Journal, 23, 82-92.
451
Fairy Water Tyrone
Unknown
0
Morrison, M.E.S. (1955) The ecology and post-glacial history of a Co. Tyrone bog. Unpublished PhD thesis, Queen's, Belfast.
452
Washing Lough Derry
0-11500
many
Browne, B.J. (1989) The environmental history of Washing Lough, Kilrea, Co. Derry, Northern Ireland. Unpublished PhD thesis, New University of Ulster, Belfast.
453
Lough Dargan Sligo
3400-8000
7
Ghilardi, B. and O’Connell, M. (In press) A new pollen record from north-west Sligo: first results from Lough Dargan. In: Timoney, M. A. (Ed) A celebration of Sligo, 2nd Edition. Sligo Field Club, Sligo.
454
Belderg1 Mayo
Unknown
0
Bourke, D. (1972) Pollen analysis from Belderg, Co Mayo. Unpublished BSc thesis, University College, Dublin.
455
Lough Availe Sligo
5000-6000
To be checked
Stolze, S., Dörfler, W., Nelle, O. (in press) A high-resolution palaeoecological reconstruction of landscape change and human development during the fourth millennium BC in the Carrowkeel / Keshcorran area, Co. Sligo. In: Timoney, M.A. (ed.). A celebration of Sligo (2nd ed.). Sligo Field Club, Sligo.
456
Loughmeenaghan Sligo
4600-6100 
14
Stolze, S., Dörfler, W., Monecke, T., Nelle, O. (2012) Evidence for climatic variability and its impact on human development during the Neolithic from Loughmeenaghan, Co. Sligo, Ireland. Journal of Quaternary Science.
457
Lough Nadourcan Donegal
10000-16000
17
Jeffers, E.S., Bonsall, M.B., Watson, J.E. and Willis, K.J. (2011) Climate change impacts on ecosystem functioning: evidence from an Empetrum heathland. New Phytologist.
458
Garry Bog3 Antrim
2500-3600
0
Plunkett, G. (2009) Land-use patterns and cultural change in the Middle to Late Bronze Age in Ireland: inferences from pollen records. Vegetation History and Archaeobotany, 18, 273-295.
459
Newferry1  Antrim
3500-9000
0
Jessen, K. (1949) Studies in the late Quaternary deposits and flora-history of Ireland. Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy, 52B, 85-290.
460
Kilbeg2 Waterford
Gortian
0
Watts, W.A. (1959 ) Interglacial deposits at Kilbeg and Newtown, Co. Waterford Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy, 60B, 79–134.
461
Cloonamore Galway
4500-6000
0
O'Connell, M. and Ní Ghráinne, E. (1994) Inishbofin: Palaeoecology. In: Coxon, P. and O'Connell, M. (Eds) Clare Island and Inishbofin; Field Guide 17, pp. 61-101. Irish Association for Quaternary Studies, Dublin. See also: Ní Ghráinne, E. (1993) Palaeoecological Studies towards the Reconstruction of Vegetation and Land-use History of Inishbofin, Western Ireland. Unpublished PhD thesis, National University of Ireland Galway.
462
Woodfield Offaly
0-250
0
van der Molen, P.C. (1988) Palaeoecological reconstruction of the regional and local vegetation history of Woodfield bog, Co. Offaly. Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy 88B, 69-97.
463
Ballyarnet Derry
3500-5000
2
O'Neill, J., Plunkett, G. and Whitehouse, N. (2007) The archaeological and palaeoecological investigation of a Middle Bronze Age settlement at Ballyarnet Lake, Co Derry. Ulster Journal of Archaeology, 66, 39-49.
464
Camaross Wexford
Lateglacial
0
Mitchell, G.F. (1973) Fossil Pingos in Camaross Townland, Co. Wexford. Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy. Section B: Biological, Geological, and Chemical Science, 73, 269-282.
465
Athy Basin Kildare
6000-10500
1
Zvelebil, M., Macklin, M.G., Passmore, D.G. and Ramsden, P. (1996) Alluvial Archaeology in the Barrow Valley, Southeast Ireland: The "Riverford Culture" Re-visited. The Journal of Irish Archaeology, 7, 13-40.
466
Mullaghcleevaun Wicklow
0-200
0
Bowler, M. and Bradshaw, R. (1985) Recent Accumulation and Erosion of Blanket Peat in the Wicklow Mountains, Ireland. New Phytologist, 101, 543-550.
467
Newrath Kilkenny
1600-5600
6
Timpany, S. (2009) Appendix 9: Palaeoenvironmental Analyses Report, Site 34, Newrath Townland, Co. Kilkenny. N25 Waterford Bypass, Contract 3. Final Report on archaeological Investigations at Site 34 in the townland of Newrath, Co Kilkenny Volume 1. Unpublished Report, Headland Archaeology. Available through www.scribd.com
468 Rothe House Kilkenny Unknown 0 Klimaschewski, A. (2009) Pollen analysis, Rothe House garden, Killkenny. Unpublished report. School of Geography Archaeology & Palaeoecology, Queen's University Belfast, Belfast
469 Killkenny Courthouse Kilkenny 300-800 0
Stefanini, B. (2009) Kilkenny Court House pollen and microfossil assessment. Unpublished Report. Arch-Tech Ltd, Dublin.
470 Woodstown Waterford 2000-6000 2 Farrell, A and Coxon,P 2004 N25 Waterford By-pass: Sedimentological and Palaeoenvironmental Investigation of Wetland Area adjacent to Woodstown. Report for the National Roads Authority. 
471 Claremorris Mayo Unknown 0 Erdtman, G. (1927) Traces of the History of the Forests of Ireland. The Irish Naturalists' Journal, 1, 242-245.
472 Seefin Wicklow Unknown 0
Doherty, C., 1991. Palaeoecological investigations of a peat profile adjoining a Bronze Age passage grave at Seefin, County Wicklow. Unpublished B.Sc. Thesis, UCD, Dublin.
473 Doon Lough Leitrim 0-14000 0 Turbayne, S.C., 1988. Late-glacial and early Holocene environments of the Sligo-Leitrim area, North West Ireland, Unpublished PhD Thesis. University of Wales, Aberystwyth.
474 Lough Lummen Sligo 0-14000 7 Turbayne, S.C., 1988. Late-glacial and early Holocene environments of the Sligo-Leitrim area, North West Ireland, Unpublished PhD Thesis. University of Wales, Aberystwyth.
475 Lough Anarry  Leitrim 0-14000 4 Turbayne, S.C., 1988. Late-glacial and early Holocene environments of the Sligo-Leitrim area, North West Ireland, Unpublished PhD Thesis. University of Wales, Aberystwyth.