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The landscapes of the UK are a legacy of glacial conditions that last came and went tens of thousands of years ago! In this video, we team up with glaciologists Kathryn Adamson, Lynda Yorke, and Angie Turner, to explore evidence of the coming and going of the last ice sheet at sites across the UK and Ireland.
Written and developed by: Kathryn Adamson, Lynda Yorke, Angie Turner, Jane Boygle, Rob Parker, Harriet Ridley, Tim Parker.
Videography by: Rufina Kaloyanova, Harriet Ridley, Josh Carron, Rob Parker, Emily Bilbie
Thank you to the National Trust for enabling us to film at Alderley Edge.
Thank you to Dr Rich Waller (Keele University) for contributing Iceland braided river footage used in this video.
Diolch (thank you) to Bangor University for making North Wales drone footage available for use in this video.
Diolch (thank you) to Cyngor Sir Ynys Môn (Isle of Anglesey County Council) and GeoMôn UNESCO Global Geopark for enabling us to film at Lleiniog Beach.
Thank you to Dr Bethan Davies (Royal Holloway University of London) for contributing the footage of subglacial melting at Gepatschferner in Austria.
Maximum extent of British Irish Ice Sheet images were created using The maximum extent of the Devensian British-Irish Ice Sheet by Dr Andrew Emery, compiled from Sejrup et al., 2005, Bradwell et al., 2008 and Sejrup et al., 2016.
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Blue Marble: Sea Level, Ice and Vegetation Changes - 19,000BC - 10,000AD by NOAA Science on a Sphere is in the Public Domain.