References

Books:

Bracken, G. & Bracken, A. Cork strolls: exploring Cork’s architectural treasures. The Collins Press, Cork, Ireland (2018).

Coxon, P., McCarron, S. & Mitchell, F. Advances in Irish Quaternary Studies. Atlantis Press, Paris, France (2017).

Meere, P., MacCarthy, I., Reavy, J., Allen, A. & Higgs, K. Geology of Ireland: a field guide. The Collins Press, Cork, Ireland (2013).

McCarthy, K. & Breen, D. Cork harbour through time. Amberley Publishing, Gloucestershire, Great Britain (2014).

McCarthy, K. Cork in 50 buildings. Amberley Publishing, Gloucestershire, Great Britain (2018).

Articles:

Higgs, K. & Beese, A. P. A Jurassic microflora from the Colbond Clay of Cloyne, County Cork. Irish Journal of Earth Sciences, 99–109 (1986).

Kendall, R. S. The Old Red Sandstone of Britain and Ireland—a review. Proceedings of the Geologists’ Association 128(3), 409–421 (2017).

Robin, N., Guériau, P., Luque, J., Jarvis, D., Daley, A. C. & Vonk, R. The oldest peracarid crustacean reveals a Late Devonian freshwater colonization by isopod relatives. bioRxiv (2021).

Tara, D., Maccarthy, I. A. J., R., Alistair, Higgs, A. & Higgs, B. Late Pleistocene-Holocene Buried Valleys in the Cork Syncline, Ireland. Journal of Maps 2:1, 79-93 (2006).

Monographs:

Jarvis, D. E. The stratigraphy, palynology, palynofacies and sedimentology of the Devonian-Carboniferous Kiltorcan Formation of Southern Ireland. University College Cork (PhD thesis), 1992.

Department of Arts, Heritage and the Gaeltacht. An introduction to the architectural heritage of Cork city, 2012.

Webpages:

GSI map viewer: https://www.gsi.ie/en-ie/education/home-schooling-activities/Pages/Using-our-map-viewer.aspx

Historic Environment Viewer: https://maps.archaeology.ie/historicenvironment