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Further Reading

Burnt Mounds

Wilson, G and Moore, H 1999. ‘Food for Thought; A survey of burnt mounds of Shetland and excavations at Tangwick.’ Proceedings of the Society of Antiquaries of Scotland. Volume 129, pp 203-237 click here

Hedges, J W. 1975. ‘Excavation of two Orcadian burnt mounds at Liddle and Beaquoy.’ Proceedings of the Society of Antiquaries of Scotland Volume 106, 39-98 click here

Calder, C S T. 1963. ‘Cairns, Neolithic Houses and burnt mounds in Shetland. Proceedings of the Society of Antiquaries of Scotland. Volume 96, pp 37-86 click here

Buckley, V. (compiler) 1990. Burnt Offerings: International Contributions to Burnt Mound Archaeology. Dublin.

Dockrill, S, Bond, J & O’Connor, T. 1998. ‘Beyond the Burnt Mound; the South Nesting Paleoenvironmental Project.’ In Turner (ed.), 1998, 61-62.

O’Drisceoil, D. 1988. ‘Burnt Mounds: cooking or bathing?’ Antiquity Volume 62, pp 671-80.

Hodder, M A & Barfield, L H (ed) 1991. Burnt Mounds & Hot Stone Technology : 59-67.

Orkney and Shetland

Ritchie, A. 1995. Prehistoric Orkney. London

Turner, V. 1998. Ancient Shetland. London.

Climate Change

2007 Intergovenmental Panel on Climate Change report, click here.

World Wildlife Fund summary on climate change in Europe, click here

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