Lake: Augher

Anderson N.J. (1986a) Recent sediment accumulation in a small lake basin with special reference to diatoms. Ph.D. Thesis University of London.
Anderson, N.J. (1986b) Diatom biostratigraphy and comparative core correlation within a small lake basin. Hydrobiologia, 143, 105-112.
Anderson, N.J. (1989) A whole-basin diatom accumulation rate for a small eutrophic lake in Northern Ireland and its palaeoecological implications.Journal of Ecology 77, 926-946.
Anderson, N.J. (1990a) Spatial pattern of’ recent sediment and diatom accumulation in a small, monomictic, eutrophic lake. Journal of Palaeolimnology, 3, 141-160.
Anderson, N.J. (1990b) The biostratigraphy and taxonomy of smallStephanodicsus and Cyclostephanos Species (BacilIariophyceae) in a eutrophic lake, and their ecological implication. British Phycological Journal, 25,217-235.

Lake: Mann, White Lough


Anderson, N.J., Rippey, B. and Gibson, C. (1993) A comparison of sedimentary and diatom- inferred phosphorus profiles: implications for defining pre-disturbance nutrient conditions. Hydrobiologia, 253, 357-366.

Anderson, N.J., Rippey, B. and Stephenson, A.C. (1990) Change to a diatom assemblage in a eutrophic lake following point source nutrient re-direction: a palaeolimnological approach. Freshwater Biology, 23, 205-217.
Anderson. N.J. and Rippey, B. (1994) Monitoring lake recovery from point-source eutrophication: the use of diatom inferred epilimnetic total phosphorous and sediment chemistry. Freshwater Biology, 32,625-639.

Lake: Neagh


Battarbee, R. W. (1973) Preliminary studies of Lough Neagh sediments: Diatoms from the uppermost sediments. In Quarternary Plant Ecology(eds H.J.B. Birks and R.G. West), pp. 279-289. Oxford: Blackwell Scientific Publications.
Battarbee, R.W. (1976). Coscinodiscus lacustris in Lough Neagh ­ a case of mistaken identity? Br. Phycol. J., 11, 305­307.
Battarbee, R. W. (1978a) Observations on the recent history of Lough Neagh and its drainage basin. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society London. B, 281, 303-345.
Battarbee, R. W. (1978b) Biostratigraphical evidence for variations in the recent pattern of sediment accumulation in Lough Neagh, Northern Ireland. Verh. Int. Ver. Limnol. 20: 625-629.
Battarbee, R.W. (1978d). History of Lough Neagh enrichment as revealed by sediment studies, in Stewart, T.A. (ed.), Lough Neagh ­ the Algal Problem and its Solution, pp. 9­14.
Battarbee, R. W. and Carter, C. (1993) The recent sediments of Lough Neagh: Diatom and Chironomid analysis. In Lough Neagh, the Ecology of a Water Resource (eds R.B. Wood and R.V. Smith), Monographiae Biologicae. pp. 133-147. Kluwer Academic Publishers, The Netherlands.
Dearing, J.A. & Flower, R.J. (1982). The magnetic susceptibility of sedimenting material trapped in Lough Neagh, Northern Ireland, and its erosional significance. Limnol. Oceanogr. 27, 969-975.

Lake: Erne


Battarbee, R. W. (1978c) Relative composition, concentration and calculated influx of diatoms from a sediment core from Lough Erne, Northern Ireland. Pol. Arch. Hydrobiol. 25: 9-16.
Battarbee, R. W. (1984) Spatial variations in the water quality of Lough Erne, Northern Ireland, on the basis of surface sediment diatom analysis.Freshwater Biology, 14, 539-545.
Battarbee, R. W. (1986) The eutrophication of Lough Erne inferred from changes in the diatom assemblages of 210Pb and 137CS dated sediment cores. Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy, 868,141-168.
Carter, C.E. (1973) A study of the Chironomidae (Diptera) of Lough Neagh, Unpublished D.Phil. thesis, New University of Ulster.
Carter, C.E. (1977) The recent history of the chironomid fauna of Lough Neagh, from analysis of remains in sediment cores. Freshwater Biology,7,415-423.
Dearing, J.D. and flower, R.J. (1981) The magnetic susceptibility of sedimenting material trapped in L. Neagh, and its erosional significance.Limnology and Oceanography, 27, 969- 975.

Lake: Ennell


Bourke, R. (1994) Palaeolimnological study of Lough Ennell. Unpublished B.Sc. Honours thesis, Department of Zoology, University College, Dublin.
Carter, C.E. (2001). On the use of instar information in the analysis of subfossil chironomid data. Journal of Paleolimnology 25: 493-501

Lake: Conn


Connolly, L. (1997) A Palaeolimnological study of L. Conn, Co. Mayo. Unpublished B.Sc. Honours thesis, Department of Zoology, University College, Dublin.
Corr, J.F. (2000) A Holocene non-marine molluscan fauna from Co. Mayo Ireland. Verhandlungen Internationale Vereinigung fiir Theoretische und Angewandte limnologie 27(3): 1183 – 1186.
Glendalough Upper
Cox, B. (1989) A paleolimnological study of the acidification of the Upper Lake; Glendalough, Co. WickJow, Unpublished Ph.D. Thesis. University College Dublin.
Glendalough Upper, Veagh
Cox, B.C. & Murray, D.A. (1991). A palaeolimnological study of theUpper Lake, Glendalough, Co. Wicklow and Lough Veagh, Co. Donegal. In Acid Sensitive Surface Waters in Ireland (ed. J. Bowman). Environment Research Unit Dublin, pp. 273-319.
Dalton, C. (1999) A palaeolimnological investigation of acidity in humic lakewaters in Connemara, W. Ireland Unpublished Ph.D.University College London
Dalton, C. (2000). Organic acidity in lake waters in Connemara, W. Ireland: a preliminary investigation using diatom analysis. Verhandlungen Internationale Vereinigung für Theoretische und Angewandte Limnologie Vol 27: 1193-1198.

Lake: Ramor


Douglas, D. (1971) The developmental History of Lough Ramor, Co. Cavan as observed from chironomid “fossil” remains. Unpublished B.Sc. Honours thesis, Department of Zoology, University College, Dublin.
Douglas, D.J, Murray, D.A., Green, J and Halliday, M. (1978) Correlation between sedimentary pigment and exchangeable phosphorus in Irish lakes. Verhandlungen Internationale Vereinigung für Theoretische und Angewandte Limnologie 20: 618-623.

Lake: Leane


Douglas, D.J. and Murray, D.A. (1987) The Palaeolimnology of Irish Lakes: Lough Leane, Killarney, Co. Kerry. Irish Journal of Environmental Science IV, (2), 33-41.

Lake: Maam

Duigan CA (1993) The Cladocera of Lough Maam, Co. Donegal, Ireland. Unpublished report to AL:PE II, Acidification of Mountain Lakes: Paleeolimnology and Ecology.
Duignan & Kovach (1991). A study of the distribution and ecology of littoral freshwater chydoric (Crustacea, Cladocera) communities in Ireland using multivariate analyses. Journal of Biogeography 18: 267-280
Duignan (1992). The ecology and distribution of the littoral frewhwater Chydoridae (Branchipoda, Anomopoda) of Ireland, with taxonomic comments on some species. Hydrobiologia 241:1-70.
Edwards, K.J. (1985) The anthropogenic factor in vegetational history. InThe Quaternary History of Ireland (eds K.J. Edwards and W.P. Warren), pp. 279-308. Academic Press, London.
Edwards, KJ. and Thompson, R. (1984) Magnetic, palynological and radiocarbon correlation and dating comparisons in long cores from a northern Irish lake. Catena, II, 83-90.

Lake: Glendalough Lower


Farrell, C (1996) A Palaeolimnological study of Glendalough Lake, Lower, Co. Wicklow. Unpublished B.Sc. Honours thesis, Department of Zoology, University College, Dublin.
Findley, E. (1996) Surficial sediment as an indicator of trophic status in some Irish Lakes. Unpublished M.Sc. Thesis.