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A Possible Main Würm Glaciation in West Pembrokeshire

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Two carbon-14 age determinations from marine mollusc fragments in glacial outwash in Pembrokeshire have indicated that the last glaciation of West Wales from the Irish Sea probably occurred within the past 38,000 years.

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