His scientific interests lie mostly in Paleontology, Interglacial, Glacial period, Pleistocene and Quaternary. His Paleontology research focuses on subjects like Tufa, which are linked to Discus rotundatus. The subject of his Interglacial research is within the realm of Archaeology.
Glacial period and Ecology are commonly linked in his work. The Pleistocene study combines topics in areas such as Stage, Cromerian Stage, Sedimentology and Sea level. Richard C. Preece works mostly in the field of Quaternary, limiting it down to topics relating to Radiocarbon dating and, in certain cases, Stadial, Protein degradation, Columella columella, Mesolithic and Chronology.
His primary areas of study are Paleontology, Pleistocene, Archaeology, Interglacial and Holocene. His Paleontology study focuses mostly on Fluvial, Quaternary, Biostratigraphy, Radiocarbon dating and Glacial period. His Pleistocene research integrates issues from Range, Stage and Excavation.
In his study, Ostracod is strongly linked to Sequence, which falls under the umbrella field of Archaeology. His Interglacial research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Clactonian and Oceanography, Sea level. He focuses mostly in the field of Holocene, narrowing it down to matters related to Tufa and, in some cases, Chronology.
Richard C. Preece mainly investigates Pleistocene, Paleontology, Archaeology, Interglacial and Quaternary. His research integrates issues of Glacial period, Cave and Holocene in his study of Pleistocene. His work on Early Pleistocene, Ostracod and Clactonian as part of general Paleontology research is often related to Position, thus linking different fields of science.
Richard C. Preece has researched Archaeology in several fields, including Sequence, Environmental history, Sea level, Ancient history and Biological dispersal. In his research on the topic of Interglacial, Isotopes of oxygen, Calcite, Levallois technique and Geoarchaeology is strongly related with Geochronology. His work in Quaternary tackles topics such as Biostratigraphy which are related to areas like Piacenzian, Protein degradation and Neogene.
His primary scientific interests are in Paleontology, Pleistocene, Interglacial, Holocene and Archaeology. His work on Pleistocene is being expanded to include thematically relevant topics such as Glacial period. His study on Interglacial is covered under Quaternary.
His work carried out in the field of Quaternary brings together such families of science as Tufa and Ecology. He focuses mostly in the field of Holocene, narrowing it down to topics relating to Alluvium and, in certain cases, Environmental change, Overbank, Aeolian processes and Floodplain. Richard C. Preece regularly links together related areas like Biological dispersal in his Archaeology studies.
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Buffered tree population changes in a quaternary refugium: evolutionary implications.
P. C. Tzedakis;I. T. Lawson;M. R. Frogley;G. M. Hewitt.
The earliest record of human activity in northern Europe
Simon A. Parfitt;Simon A. Parfitt;René W. Barendregt;Marzia Breda;Ian Candy;Ian Candy.
Early Pleistocene human occupation at the edge of the boreal zone in northwest Europe
Simon A. Parfitt;Simon A. Parfitt;Nick M. Ashton;Simon G. Lewis;Richard L. Abel.
Early and early Middle Pleistocene correlations in the Southern North Sea basin
P.L. Gibbard;R.G. West;W.H. Zagwijn;P.S. Balson.
web science (1991)
Humans in the Hoxnian: habitat, context and fire use at Beeches Pit, West Stow, Suffolk, UK†
R. C. Preece;J. A. J. Gowlett;S. A. Parfitt;S. A. Parfitt;D. R. Bridgland.
Journal of Quaternary Science (2006)
Terrestrial environments during MIS 11: evidence from the Palaeolithic site at West Stow, Suffolk, UK
R.C. Preece;S.A. Parfitt;S.A. Parfitt;D.R. Bridgland;S.G. Lewis.
Quaternary Science Reviews (2007)
Ecological thresholds and patterns of millennial-scale climate variability: The response of vegetation in Greece during the last glacial period
P.C. Tzedakis;M.R. Frogley;I.T. Lawson;R.C. Preece.
A chronological framework for the British Quaternary based on Bithynia opercula
Kirsty E. H. Penkman;Richard C. Preece;David R. Bridgland;David H. Keen.
Molluscan and plant biostratigraphy of some Late Devensian and Flandrian deposits in Kent
M. P. Kerney;R. C. Preece;C. Turner.
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B (1980)
The Lateglacial and Holocene environmental history of the Ioannina basin, north-west Greece
Ian Lawson;Mick Frogley;Charlotte Bryant;Richard Preece.
Quaternary Science Reviews (2004)
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