IRISH GEOGRAPHICAL STUDIES IN HONOUR OF E. ESTYN EVANS
Edited by Nicholas Stephens and Robin E. Glasscock
I Davies, G.L.: The enigma of the Irish Tertiary, 1-16.
II Watts, W.A.: Tertiary and interglacial floras in Ireland, 17-33.
III Synge, F.M.: The Irish Quaternary: current views 1969, 34-48.
IV Three local studies of the Irish Pleistocene, 49-64.
V Smith, A.G.: Late-Glacial and Post-Glacial vegetational and climatic history of Ireland: a review, 65-88.
VI Cruickshank, J.G.: Soils and pedogenesis in the north of Ireland, 89-104.
VII Williams, P.W.: Limestone morphology in Ireland, 105-124.
VIII Stephens, N.: The coastline of Ireland, 125-145.
IX Buchanan, R.H.: Rural settlement in Ireland, 146-161.
X Glasscock, R.E.: Moated sites, and deserted boroughs and villages : two neglected aspects of Anglo-Norman settlement in Ireland, 162-177.
XI Andrews, J.H.: Geography and government in Elizabethan Ireland, 178-191.
XII Graham, Jean M.: Rural society in Connacht, 1600–1640, 192-207.
XIII Aalen, F.H.A.: The origin of enclosures in eastern Ireland, 209-223.
XIV Johnson, J.H.: The two 'Irelands' at the beginning of the nineteenth century, 224-243.
XV Jones Hughes, T.: Town and Baile in Irish place-names, 244-258.
XVI Symons, L.: Rural land utilisation in Ireland, 259-273.
XVII O'Farrell, P.N.: A multivariate model of the spacing of urban centres in the Irish Republic, 274-290.
XVIII Forbes, Jean: Towns and planning in Ireland, 291-311.
XIX Poole, M.A.: Decision-making and the formulation of regional development objectives: The case of rural Ireland, 312-324.
XX Mitchel, N.C.: Irish ports: recent developments, 325-341.
XI Common, R.: Land drainage and water use in Ireland, 342-359.
XXII Naughton, J.P.: The urban-rural fringe of Dublin, 360- 372.
XXIII Boal, F.W.: Social space in the Belfast built-up area, 373-393.