Key Landslide References

**Alexander , R., Coxon, P.and Thorn, R. T. 1985. Bog Flows in South-east Sligo and South-west Leitrim.
IQUA Field Guide No. 8

**Alexander, R., Coxon, P.and Thorn, R. T. 1986. A bog flow at Straduff townland, County Sligo.
Proc. R. Ir. Acad., B86 (4), 107 – 119

Anon. (n.d.: probably about 1902). Bog-slips in Ireland.
In Antiquities of the Queens County and County Kildare, 53 - 54

**Bishopp, D.W. and Mitchell, G.F. 1946. On a recent bog-flow in Meenacharvy Townland, Co. Donegal.
Scient. Proc. Roy. Dub. Soc. 24, 151 – 156

Bowler, M. and Bradshaw, R. 1985. Recent accumulation and erosion of blanket peat in the Wicklow Mountains.
New Phytol., 101, 543 – 550

Bradshaw, R. and McGee, E. 1988. The extent and time-course of blanket peat erosion in Ireland.
New Phytol., 108, 219 – 224

Cole, G.A.J., 1897. The bog-slide of Knocknageesha, in the County of Kerry.
Nature, 55, (1420) 254 – 256

**Colhoun, E.A., 1966. The debris flow at Glendalough, Co. Wicklow and the bog-flow at Slieve Rushen, Co. Cavan, January 1966.
Ir. Nat. Jour., 15, 199 - 206

**Colhoun, E.A., Common, R. and Cruickshank M.M. 1965. Recent bog flows and debris slides in the north of Ireland
Scient. Proc. Roy. Dub. Soc. A, 2, 163 – 174

**Cruickshank, M.M. and Tomlinson, R.W. 1990 Peatland in Northern Ireland: inventory and prospect.
Irish. Geog. 23, 1, 17-30

**Dauncey , P.C., O'Riordan, N.J. and Higgins, J. 1987. Controlled failure and back analysis of a trial embankment at Athlone.
Proc. Eur. Conf. Soil Mechanics and Foundation Engineering, Dublin, 21- 24

**Delap, A.D., Farrington, A., Preager, R.L. and Smyth, L.B. 1932. Report on the Recent Bog Flow at Glencullin, Co. Mayo.
Scient. Proc. Roy. Dub. Soc. 20, (17), 181 - 192

**Delap, A.D. and Mitchell, G.F. 1939. On a recent bog-flow in Powerscourt Mountain Townland, Co. Wicklow
Scient. Proc. Roy. Dub. Soc. 22, 195 – 198

Dykes, A.P. and Kirk, K.J. 2000. Morphology and interpretation for a recent multiple peat slide event on Cuilcagh Mountain, Northern Ireland.

In Bromhead, E., Dixon, R. and Ibsen, M-L (Eds.) Landslides in Research, Theory and Practice (Volume 1). Thomas Telford, London, 495 - 500
Dykes, A.P. and Kirk, K.J. 2001. Initiation of a multiple peat slide on Cuilcagh Mountain, Northern Ireland.
Earth Surface Processes and Landforms, 26, 395 – 408

**Feehan, J. and O'Donovan, G. 1996. The Bogs of Ireland
University College Dublin, Dublin . pp 518

Forster A. 1998. The assessment of slope stability for landuse planning. A case study on the North East Antrim Coast.
British Geological Survey, Technical Report WN/98/8

Gavin, K. and Jennings,P (in Prep) Stability of man-made glacial till slopes in southwest Ireland.

Griffith, R. 1821. Report relative to the Moving Bog of Kilmaleady, in the King's County, made by order of the Royal Dublin Society.
Jour. R. Dubl. Soc., 1 (1856 1857), 141 - 144

Hammond , R. 1979. The Peatlands of Ireland.
An Foras Taluntais, Dublin

**Hanrahan, E.T. 1977. Irish Glacial Till: Origin and Characteristics.
An Foras Forbartha, RC 164. Dublin. Pp 81

Harty, V.D. 1953. Slide in Fort Henry Embankment River Shannon, Ireland.
Proc. 3 rd Int. Conf. Soil Mechanics and Foundation Engineering, Vol. II, 8, 255- 258

Hendrick, E. 1990. A bog flow at Bellacorrick Forest, Co. Mayo.
Irish Forestry, 47, 32- 44

**Hutchinson, J.N., Prior, D.B. and Stephens, N. 1974. Potentially dangerous mudslides in Antrim.
Quart. Jour. Eng. Geol., no 4

**Jennings, P. and Muldoon,P. 2003. (in press). Performance of 150 Year-Old Railway Slopes in Glacial Till
Eur. Conf. Soil Mechanics and Foundation Engineering, Prague.

Kinahan, G.H., 1897. Peat Bogs and Debacles.
Trans. Inst. of Civil Eng. of Ireland, 26, 98 - 123

**Large , A.R.G. 199. The Slievenakilla bog-burst: investigations into peat loss and recovery on an upland blanket bog.
Ir. Nat. Jour., 23, 354- 359

Latimer, J. 1897. Some notes on the recent bog slips in the Co. of Kerry.
Trans. Inst. of Eng. of Irel., 26, 94 – 97

Logue, J.J. 1975. Extreme rainfalls in Ireland.
Dublin: Meteorological Service, Technical Note No. 40

**Long, M.M. and O'Riordan, N.J. 2000. A Slide in an Irish Glacial Lake Clay.
Proc. 8 th Int. Symposium on Landslides, Cardiff

**Lydon, I.M. and Long, M.M. ? Analysis of slope stability of an earth dam due to rapid drawdown effects.
Proc. 10th Int. Conf. Soil Mechanics and Foundation Engineering, Istanbul

**McGreal , W.S. and Larmour, R. 1979. Blanket peat erosion: theoretical considerations and observations from selected conservation sites in Slieveanorra Forest National Nature Reserve, Co. Antrim.
Ir. Geog. 12, 57 - 67

**Mitchell, G.F. 1935. On a Recent Bog-Flow in County Clare
Scient. Proc. Roy. Dub. Soc. 21, 247 – 252

**Mitchell, G.F 1938. On a recent bog-flow in the County Wicklow.
Scient. Proc. Roy. Dub. Soc. 22, 49 – 54

**Ousley, R. 1788. An account of the moving bog and the formation of a lake, in the county of Galway, Ireland.
Trans. R. Ir. Acad., B2, 3 – 6

**Preager, R.L. 1897. Bog-bursts, with special reference to the recent disaster in Co. Kerry.
Ir. Naturalist, 6, 141 – 162

**Preager, R.L. 1897. A bog-burst seven years later.
Ir. Naturalist, 6, 201 – 203

**Preager, R.L. 1906. The Ballycumber bog-slide.
Ir. Naturalist, 15, 177 - 178

Preager, R.L. and Sollas, W. J. 1897. Report of the committee appointed by the Royal Dublin Society to investigate the recent bog-flow in Kerry.
Sci. Proc. Roy. Dubl. Soc., 8 475- 508

**Prior, D.B. 1975. A mudslide on the Antrim coast, 24 th November 1974.
Ir. Geog. 8, 55 – 62

Prior, D.B. and Stephens, N. 1971. A method of monitoring mudflows
Eng. Geol., 5, 239 – 246

**Prior, D.B. and Stephens, N. 1972. Some movement patterns of temperate mudflows. Examples from Northeast Ireland.
Bull. Geol. Soc. Am. 83, 2533 – 3544

**Prior, D.B., Stephens, N. and Archer, D.R. 1968. Composite mudflows on the Antrim coast of North-east Ireland.
Geografiska Annal. Ser. A (2) 65 – 78

**Prior, D.B., Stephens, N. and Douglas, G.R. 1970. Some examples of modern debris flows in north-east Ireland.
Zeit. fur Geom. 14, 275 - 288

**Prior, D.B., Stephens, N. and Douglas, G.R. 1971. Some examples of mudfow and rockfall activity in north east Ireland.
Inst. Brit. Geog. Spec. Pub. No. 3 129 - 139

**Statham, S.T. 1975. Slope instabilities and recent slope development in Glencullen, Co. Wicklow.
Ir. Geog. 8, 42 – 54

Tomlinson , R.W. 1979. Water levels in peatlands and some implications for runoff and erosional processes.
In Pitty A, Ed. Geographical approaches to to fluvial processes. Geo Books, Norwich, 149- 162

**Tomlinson, R.W. 1981. A preliminary note on the bog-burst at Carrowmaculla, Co. Fermanagh, November, 1979.
Ir.Nat. Jour. 20 (B), 313 – 316.

**Tomlinson, R.W. 1981. The erosion of peat in the uplands of Northern Ireland.
Ir. Geog. 14, 51 – 64

**Tomlinson, R.W. and Gardiner, T. 1982. Seven bog-slides in the Slieve-an-Orra hills, Co. Antrim.
Jour. of Earth Science, Roy. Dub. Soc. 5, 1 – 9

White, Young, Green. 2001. Level 2 feasibility report: Limerick Division Earthworks. February 2001. Contract CE641 Project 13 Cuttings and Embankments. Iarnod Eireann Infrastructure Department

Wilson, P., Griffiths, D.and Carter, C. 1996. Characteristics,impacts and causes of the Carntopher bog-flow, Sperrin Mountains, Northern Ireland.
Scot. Geog. Mag. 112, 1, 39- 46

**Wilson, P. and Hegarty, C. 1993. Morphology and causes of recent peat slides on Skerry Hill, Co. Antrim, Northern Ireland.
Earth Surface Processes and Landforms, 18, 593 - 601