Some considerations affecting the classification of the bogs of Ireland and their peats.

  • T. A. Barry
Keywords: climate, bog

Abstract

The island of Ireland, a small uplift of the Continental Shelf lying just off the land-mass of Europe, is flanked on the west by the Atlantic Ocean bearing the relatively warm waters of the Gulf Drift - that great ameliorant - past its shores; and has as its prevailing winds the South Westerly Anti-Trades, throughout the year. It has the temperate oceanic climate one would expect in such a situation and conditions...
Published
1954-11-01
How to Cite
Barry, T. A. (1954) “Some considerations affecting the classification of the bogs of Ireland and their peats.”, Irish Forestry. Available at: https://journal.societyofirishforesters.ie/index.php/forestry/article/view/8788 (Accessed: 27November2022).
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