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Sea Level Research Unit (SLRU)

Members

Dr Jim Innes

Contact Dr Jim Innes (email at j.b.innes@durham.ac.uk)

Biography

MA in Oriental Studies at Selwyn College, Cambridge University.

M.Phil. in Geography at Durham University 1981 "Environmental Alteration by Mesolithic Communities in the North York Moors."

Ph.D. in Geography at Durham University 1989 "Fine Resolution Pollen Analysis of Late Flandrian II Peat at North Gill, North York Moors."

Current Research Interests

My current research interests include human palaeoecology, particularly in relation to Mesolithic communities and their impact upon the environment. Recent focus has been upon land-use and environment during the Mesolithic-Neolithic Transition, particularly the palaeoecology of the introduction of cereal cultivation. I am working on the use of fungal spore analyses in palaeoecology and environmental archaeology, microcharcoal analyses, and the applications of very fine resolution palynology.

Selected Publications

Journal Article

  • Li, J., Dodson, J., Yan, H., Wang, W., Innes, J.B., Zong, Y., Zhang, X., Xu, Q., Ni, J. & Lu, F. Quantitative Holocene climatic reconstructions for the lower Yangtze region of China. Climate Dynamics. 2017.
  • Albert, B., Innes, J.B., Blackford, J.J., Taylor, B., Conneller, C. & Milner, N. Degradation of the wetland sediment archive at Star Carr: an assessment of current palynological preservation. Journal of Archaeological Science: Reports. 2016;6:488-495.
  • Innes,JB Field survey of peat deposits in the Lammermuir Hills, south-east Scotland. Quaternary Newsletter. 2016;140:35-37.
  • Long, A.J., Barlow, N.L.M., Dawson, S., Hill, J., Innes, J.B., Kelham, C., Milne, F.D. & Dawson, A. Lateglacial and Holocene relative sea-level changes and first evidence for the Storegga tsunami in Sutherland, Scotland. Journal of Quaternary Science. 2016;31:239-255.
  • Brew, D.S., Evans, G., Horton, B.P., Innes, J.B. & Shennan, I. Holocene palaeoenvironmental evolution and sea level history of the north-western Fenland, eastern England. Proceedings of the Geologists' Association. 2015;126:72-85.
  • Hamilton, C., Lloyd, J.M., Barlow, N.L.M., Innes, J.B., Flecker, R. & Thomas, C. Late Glacial to Holocene relative sea level change in Assynt, northwest Scotland, UK. Quaternary Research. 2015;84:214-222.
  • Albert,B. & Innes,J.B. Multi-profile fine-resolution palynological and microcharcoal analyses at Esklets, North York Moors, UK, with special reference to the Mesolithic-Neolithic Transition. Vegetation History and Archaeobotany. 2015;24:357-375.
  • Innes, J.B., Zong, Y., Wang, Z. & Chen, Z. Climatic and palaeoecological changes during the mid- to Late Holocene transition in eastern China: high-resolution pollen and non-pollen palynomorph analysis at Pingwang, Yangtze coastal lowlands. Quaternary Science Reviews. 2014;99:164-175.
  • Reid, M., Brooks, I., Innes, J.B., Needham, S., Roe, F., Smith, I., Walsh, S. & Woodward, A. Once a sacred and secluded place: early Bronze Age monuments at Church Lawton, near Alsager, Cheshire. Proceedings of the Prehistoric Society. 2014;80:237-277.
  • Lloyd, J.M., Zong, Y., Fish, P. & Innes, J.B. Holocene and Lateglacial relative sea-level change in north-west England: implications for glacial isostatic adjustment models. Journal of Quaternary Science. 2013;28:59-70.
  • Innes, J.B., Blackford, J.J. & Rowley-Conwy, P.A. Late Mesolithic and early Neolithic forest disturbance: a high resolution palaeoecological test of human impact hypotheses. Quaternary Science Reviews. 2013;77:80-100.
  • Fyfe, R.M., Twiddle, C., Sugita, S., Gaillard, M-J., Barratt, P., Caseldine, C., Dodson, J., Edwards, K.J., Farrell, M., Froyd, C., Grant, M., Huckerby, E., Innes, J.B., Shaw, H. & Waller, M. Past regional vegetation cover of Britain and Ireland. Quaternary Science Reviews. 2013;73:132-148.
  • Zong, Y., Innes, J.B., Wang, Z. & Chen, Z. Environmental change and Neolithic settlement movement in the lower Yangtze wetlands of China. The Holocene. 2012;22:659-673.
  • Zong, Y., Wang, Z., Innes, J.B. & Chen, Z. Holocene environmental change and Neolithic rice agriculture in the lower Yangtze region of China: a review. Holocene. 2012;22:623-635.
  • Innes, JB, Laurie, T & Simmons, IG The age of the Late Mesolithic on the North York Moors, England: radiocarbon dating of a small flint tool stratified in peat from East Bilsdale Moor. Journal of Wetland Archaeology. 2012.
  • Innes, J.B., Blackford, J.J. & Simmons, I.G. Mesolithic environments at Star Carr, the eastern vale of Pickering and environs: local and regional contexts. Journal of Wetland Archaeology. 2011;11:85-108.
  • Zong, Y., Innes, J.B., Wang, Z. & Chen, Z. Mid-Holocene coastal hydrology and salinity changes in the east Taihu area of the lower Yangtze wetlands, China. Quaternary Research. 2011;76:69-82.
  • Halkon, P., Healey, E., Innes, J.B. & Manby, T. Change and continuity within the prehistoric landscape of the Foulness Valley, East Yorkshire. East Riding Archaeologist. 2010;12:1-66.
  • Innes, J. B., Blackford, J. J. & Simmons, I. G. Forest Disturbance and Possible Land-Use Regimes during the Late Mesolithic in the English Uplands: pollen, charcoal and non-pollen palynomorph evidence from Bluewath Beck, North York Moors, UK. Vegetation History and Archaeobotany. 2010;19:439-452.
  • Mitchell, W.A., Bridgland, D.R. & Innes, J.B. Late Quaternary evolution of the Tees–Swale interfluve east of the Pennines: the role of glaciation in the development of river systems in northern England. Proceedings of the Geologists' Association. 2010;121:410-422.
  • Bridgland, D.R., Westaway, R., Howard, A.J., Innes, J.B., Long, A.J., Mitchell, W.A., White, M.J. & White, T.S. The role of glacio-isostasy in the formation of post-glacial river terraces in relation to the MIS 2 ice limit: evidence from northern England. Proceedings of the Geologists’ Association. 2010;121:113-127.
  • Innes, J.B., Zong, Y., Chen, Z., Chen, C., Wang, Z. & Wang, H. Environmental history, palaeoecology and human activity at the early Neolithic forager/cultivator site at Kuahuqiao, Hangzhou, Eastern China. Quaternary Science Reviews. 2009;28:2277-2294.
  • Innes, J.B., Bridgland, D.R., Mitchell, W.A., Rutherford, M.M., O'Brien, C. & Long, A.J. Late Devensian environments in the Vale of Mowbray, North Yorkshire, UK: evidence from palynology. Proceedings of the Geologists’ Association. 2009;120:199-208.
  • Innes, J.B. & Tomlinson, P.R. A palaeoenvironmental overview of the Merseyside area. Journal of the Merseyside Archaeological Society. 2008;12:7-26.
  • Innes, J.B. Comment on Cappers and Raemaekers ‘Cereal cultivation at Swifterbant’. Current Anthropology. 2008;49:395-395.
  • Innes, J.B. Tree remains from a buried mid-Holocene palaeoforest in upland north-east Yorkshire. Quaternary Newsletter. 2008;115:40-43.
  • Mighall, T.M., Timpany, S., Blackford, J.J., Innes, J.B., O'Brien, C., O'Brien, W. & Harrison, S. Vegetation change during the mesolithic and Neolithic on the Mizen Peninsula, Co.Cork, south-west Ireland. Vegetation History and Archaebotany. 2008;17:617-628.
  • Zong, Y., Chen, Z., Innes, J.B., Chen, C., Wang, Z. & Wang, H. Fire and flood management of coastal swamp enabled first rice paddy cultivation in east China. Nature. 2007;449:459-463.
  • Yelloff, D., Brokens, P., Innes, J. & van Geel, B. Late Holocene vegetation and land-use history in Denmark: A multi-decadally resolved record from Lille Vidmose northeast Jutland. Review of Palaeobotany and Palynology. 2007;146:182-192.
  • Roberts, D.H., Chiverrell, R.C., Innes, J.B., Horton, B.P., Brooks, A.J., Thomas, G.S.P., Turner, S. & Gonzalez, S. Holocene sea levels, Last Glacial Maximum glaciomarine environments and geophysical models in the northern Irish Sea Basin, UK. Marine Geology. 2006;231:113-128.
  • Innes, J.B., Blackford, J.J. & Chambers, F.M. Kretzschmaria deusta and the NorthWest European mid-Holocene Ulmus decline at Moel y Gerddi, North Wales, United Kingdom. Palynology. 2006;30:121-132.
  • Blackford, J. J. & Innes, J. B. Linking current environments and processes to fungal spore assemblages: surface NPM data from woodland environments. Review of Palaeobotany and Palynology. 2006;141:179-187.
  • Blackford, J. J., Innes, J. B., Hatton, J. & Caseldine, C. J. Mid-Holocene environmental change at Black Ridge Brook, Dartmoor, SW England: a new appraisal based on fungal spore analysis. Review of Palaeobotany and Palynology. 2006;141:189-201.
  • Halkon, P. & Innes, J. B. Prehistoric settlement and economy in a changing environmental landscape: an East Yorkshire (UK) case study. European Journal of Archaeology. 2006;8.
  • Halkon, P. & Innes, J. B. Settlement and Economy in a Changing Prehistoric Lowland Landscape: An East Yorkshire(UK) Case Study. European Journal of Archaeology. 2005;8:225-259.
  • Innes, J.B., Chiverrell, R.C., Blackford, J.J., Davey, P.J., Gonzalez, S., Rutherford, M.M. & Tomlinson, P.R. Earliest Holocene vegetation history and island biogeography of the Isle of Man, British Isles. Journal of Biogeography. 2004;31:761-772.
  • Horton, B. P., Innes, J. B., Shennan, I., Lloyd, J. M. & McArthur, J. J. Holocene coastal change in east Norfolk, UK: palaeoenvironmental data from Somerton and Winteron Holmes, near Horsey. Proceedings of the Geologists' Association. 2004;115:209-220.
  • Chiverrell, R. C., Innes, J. B., Blackford, J. J., Woodcock, J. J., Davey, P. J., Tomlinson, P. R., Rutherford, M. M. & Thomas, G. S. P. Palaeoecological and archaeological evidence for Bronze Age human activity on the Isle of Man. Holocene. 2004;14:346-360.
  • Innes, J.B., Blackford, J.J. & Simmons, I.G. Testing the integrity of fine spatial resolution palaeoecological records: microcharcoal data from near-duplicate peat profiles from the North York Moors, UK. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology. 2004;214:295-307.
  • Innes, J.B., Blackford, J.J. & Davey, P.J. Dating the introduction of cereal cultivation to the British Isles: early palaeoecological evidence from the Isle of Man. Journal of Quaternary Science. 2003;18:603-613.
  • Innes, J.B. & Blackford, J.J. The ecology of Late Mesolithic woodland disturbances: Model testing with fungal spore assemblage data. Journal of Archaeological Science. 2003;30:185-194.
  • Innes, J.B. Radiocarbon (AMS) dating of the Betula pollen rise in the Isle of Man. Quaternary Newsletter. 2002;98:47-50.
  • Shennan, I., Horton, B.P., Innes, J.B., Lloyd, J.M., McArthur, J.J. & Rutherford, M.M. Holocene isostasy and relative sea-level changes on the east coast of England. Geological society, London, special publications. 2000;166:275-298.
  • I. Shennan, K Lambeck, B. Horton, J.B. Innes, J. Lloyd, J.J. McArthur, T. Purcell & M.M. Rutherford Late Devensian and Holocene records of relative sea-level changes in northwest Scotland and their implications for glacio-gydro-isostatic modelling. Quaternary Science Reviews. 2000;19:1103-1135.
  • I. Shennan, B. Horton, J.B. Innes, R. Gehrels, J.M. Lloyd, J.J. McArthur & M.M. Rutherford Late Quaternary sea-level changes, crustal movements and coastal evolution in Northumberland, UK. Journal of Quaternary Science. 2000;15:215-237.
  • Innes, J. B. & Simmons, I. Mid Holocene charcoal stratigraphy, fire history and palaeoecology at North Gill, North York Moors, UK. Palaeogeography Palaeoclimatology Palaeoecology. 2000;151-161.
  • I. Shennan, M. Tooley, F. Green, J.B. Innes, K. Kennington, J.M. Lloyd & M.M. Rutherford Sea level, climate change and coastal evolution in Morar, northwest Scotland. Geologie en Mijnbouw. 1999;77:274-262.
  • Waller, M.P., Long, A.J., Long, D. & Innes, J.B. Vegetation dynamics, sea-level change and coastal evolution on Walland Marsh, southeast England. Quaternary Science Reviews. 1999;18:1419-1444.
  • Long, A., Innes, J. B., Kirby, J., Lloyd, J. M., Rutherford, M. M., Shennan, I. & Tooley, M. J. Holocene sea-level change and coastal evolution in the Humber estuary, eastern England: an assessment of rapid coastal change. Holocene. 1998;8:229-247.
  • Innes, J.B. The pollen analysis, in Topping. P. The excavation of burnt mounds at Titlington Mount, north Northumberland. Northern Archaeology. 1998;15/16:7-9.
  • Shennan, I., Long, A.J., Rutherford, M.M., Kirby, J.R., Green, F.M.L., Innes, J.B. & Walker, K. Tidal marsh stratigraphy, sea-level change and large earthquakes, II: Events during the last 3500 years at Netarts Bay, Oregon, USA. Quaternary Science Reviews. 1998;17:365-393.
  • Simmons, I. G. & Innes, J. B. An episode of prehistoric canopy manipulation at North Gill, North Yorkshire, England. Journal of Archaeological Science. 1996;23:337-341.
  • Simmons, I. G. & Innes, J. B. Disturbance phases in the mid-Holocene vegetation at North Gill, North York Moors: form and process. Journal of Archaeological Science. 1996;23:183-191.
  • Shennan, I., Green, F. M. L., Innes, J. B., Lloyd, J. M., Rutherford, M. M. & Walker, K. J. Evaluation of rapid relative sea-level changes in Northwest Scotland during the Late Devensian: evidence from Ardtoe and other isolation basins. Journal of Coastal Research. 1996;12:862-874.
  • Long, A.J., Plater, A.J., Waller, M.P. & Innes, J.B. Holocene coastal sedimentation in the eastern English Channel: new data from the Romney Marsh region, United Kingdom. Marine Geology. 1996;136:97-120.
  • Simmons, I. G. & Innes, J. B. Prehistoric charcoal in peat profiles at North Gill, North Yorkshire Moors, England. Journal of Archaeological Science. 1996;23:193-197.
  • Simmons, I. G. & Innes, J. B. The ecology of an episode of prehistoric cereal cultivation on the North York Moors, England. Journal of Archaeological Science. 1996;23:613-618.
  • Shennan, I., Long, A.J., Rutherford, M.M., Green, F.M., Innes, J.B., Lloyd, J.M., Zong, Y. & Walker, K. Tidal marsh stratigraphy, sea-level change and large earthquakes, 1; a 5000 year record in Washington, U.S.A. Quaternary Science Reviews. 1996;15:1-37.
  • Shennan, I., Innes, J.B., Long, A.J. & Zong, Y. Holocene relative sea-level changes at Kentra Moss, Argyll, Northwestern Scotland. Marine Geology. 1995;124:43-59.
  • Shennan, I., Innes, J.B., Long, A.J. & Zong, Y. Late Devensian and Holocene relative sea-level changes in northwestern Scotland: New data to test existing models. Quaternary International. 1995;26.
  • Chinn S.J. & Innes J.B. Pollen analysis from Wet Sleddale. Transactions of the Cumberland and Westmorland Antiquarian and Archaeological Society. 1995;95:19-22.
  • Innes J.B. & Tomlinson P.R. Radiocarbon dates from Warrington Road, Prescot. Journal of the Merseyside Archaeological Society. 1995;9:61-64.
  • Turner, J., Innes, J. B. & Simmons, I. G. Spatial diversity in the mid-Flandrian vegetation history of North Gill, North Yorkshire. New Phytologist. 1995;123:599-647.
  • Long, A.J. & Innes, J.B. The back-barrier and barrier depositional history of Romney Marsh, Walland Marsh and Dungeness, Kent, England. Journal of Quaternary Science. 1995;10:267-283.
  • Innes, J. B. The Dhoo Valley, Isle of Man: a Palaeo-environmental Assessment. Centre for Manx Studies Research Series. 1995;2:1-18.
  • Shennan, I., Innes, J.B., Long, A.J. & Zong, Y. Late Devensian and Holocene relative sea-level changes at Loch nan Eala, near Arisaig, Northwest Scotland. Journal of Quaternary Science. 1994;9:261-283.
  • Long, A. J. & Innes, J. B. Holocene sea-level changes in Romney Marsh and Southeast England, U.K. Proceedings of the Geologists' Association. 1993;104:223-237.
  • Shennan, I., Innes, J.B., Long, A.J. & Zong, Y. Late and post glacial sea-level movements in northwest Scotland, UK. Norsk Geologisk Tidsskrift. 1993;73:161-174.
  • Shennan, I., Innes, J.B., Long, A.J. & Zong, Y. Late-Glacial and Holocene sea-level changes at Rumach, northwest Scotland. Norsk Geologisk Tidsskrift. 1993;73:161-174.
  • Innes, J.B. & Long, A.J. A preliminary investigation of the 'Midley Sand' deposit Romney Marsh. Quaternary Newsletter. 1992;67:32-39.
  • Innes J.B. & Innes I.V. Borehole Survey in Higgins D. Excavations at Speke Hall, Merseyside. 1981 1982. Journal of the Merseyside Archaeological Society. 1992;8:83.
  • Innes J.B. Pollen Analysis. In Higgins D. Excavations at Speke Hall, Merseyside. 1981-1982. Journal of the Merseyside Archaeological Society. 1992;8:78-83.
  • Tomlinson P.R. & Innes J.B. Pollen analysis. The outer enclosure on Caergwrle Hill, Clwyd. Journal of the Flintshire Historical Society. 1992;33:13-20.
  • Tomlinson P.R. & Innes J.B. Appendix 1. Pollen analysis from Graig Fechan, Pentre Llyn Cymmer, Clwyd. Denbighshire Historical Society Transactions. 1991;40:80-86.
  • Innes, J.B. Burton Hall, near Warcop, Cumbria: environmental analyses of Medieval fishponds. Archaeology North: the newsbulletin of the Council for British Archaeology North. 1991;1:34-35.
  • Innes, J. B. & Shennan, I. Palynology of archaeological and mire sediments from the Dod, Borders region, Scotland. Archaeological Journal. 1991;148:1-45.
  • Innes, J. B., Bedlington, D. J., Kenna, R. J. B. & Cowell, R. W. A preliminary investigation of coastal deposits at Newton Carr, Wirral, Merseyside. Quaternary Newsletter. 1990;62:5-12.
  • Innes J.B., Tooley M.J. & Tomlinson P.R. A comparison of the age and palaeoecology of some sub Shirdley Hill Sand peat deposits from Merseyside and South West Lancashire. Naturalist. 1989;114:65-69.
  • Tomlinson P.R. & Innes J.B. Pollen analysis of the Warrington Road, Prescot peat bed. Journal of the Merseyside Archaeological Society. 1989;5:7-10.
  • Turner, J., Innes, J. B. & Simmons, I. G. Two pollen diagrams from the same site. New Phytologist. 1989;113:409-416.
  • Turner J., Innes J.B. & Nye S.J. Palaeoenvironmental evidence. Proceedings of the Prehistoric Society. 1988;54:173-202.
  • Innes J.B. & Frank R.M. Palynological evidence for late Flandrian coastal change at Druridge Bay, Northumberland. Scottish Geographical Magazine. 1988;104:14-23.
  • Simmons I.G. & Innes J.J. Studies in the Late Quaternary vegetational history of the North York Moors. IX. Numerical analysis and pollen concentration analysis of Flandrian II peat profiles from North Gill, Glaisdale Moor. Journal of Biogeography. 1988;15:273-297.
  • Simmons I.G. & Innes J.B. Studies in the Late Quaternary vegetational history of the North York Moors. VIII. Correlation of Flandrian II litho and pollen stratigraphy at North Gill, Glaisdale Moor. Journal of Biogeography. 1988;15:249-272.
  • Simmons I.G. & Innes J.B. Studies in the Late Quaternary vegetational history of the North York Moors. X. Investigations on East Bilsdale Moor. Journal of Biogeography. 1988;299-324.
  • Simmons I.G. & Innes J.B. The Later Mesolithic period (6000-5000 BP) on Glaisdale Moor, North Yorkshire. Archaeological Journal. 1988;145:1-12.
  • Simmons I.G. & Innes J.B. Mid Holocene adaptations and later Mesolithic forest disturbance in Northern England. Journal of Archaeological Science. 1987;14:385-403.
  • Shennan I. & Innes J.B. Late Devensian and Flandrian environmental changes at Dod, Scottish Borders Region. Scottish Archaeological Review. 1986;4:17-26.
  • Innes J.B. The history of the Shirdley Hill Sand revealed by examination of associated organic deposits. Proceedings of the North of England Soils Discussion Group. 1986;21:31-43.
  • Innes J.B. & Tomlinson P.R. An approach to palaeobotany and survey archaeology in Merseyside. Circaea. 1983;1:83-93.
  • Innes J.B. & Tomlinson P.R. Stratigraphy and pollen analysis at Bromborough Courthouse, Wirral. Journal of the Merseyside Archaeological Society. 1981;2:47-52.
  • Simmons, I.G. & Innes, J.B. Tree remains in a North York Moors peat profile. Nature. 1981;294:76-78.

Authored book

  • Middleton, R., Tooley, M. J. & Innes, J. B. The Wetlands of South West Lancashire. Lancaster: Oxbow Books; 2013.
  • Bridgland, D.R., Innes, J.B., Long, A.J. & Mitchell, W.A. Late Quaternary Landscape Evolution of the Swale-Ure Washlands, North Yorkshire. Oxford: Oxbow Books; 2011.
  • Long, A.J., Bridgland, D.R., Innes, J.B., Mitchell, M.R. & Vyner, B. The Swale-Ure Washlands: Landscape History and Human Impacts. 2004.
  • Cowell, R. & Innes, J. B. The Wetlands of Merseyside. Lancaster: English Heritage and Lancaster University; 1994.

Chapter in book

  • Livingstone, SJ, Roberts, DH, Innes, JB, Evans, DJA, Davies, BJ & O'Cofaigh, CO Deglaciation chronology of the North Pennines. In: Evans, DJA The Quaternary landscape History of Teesdale and the North Pennines: Field Guide. London: Quaternary Research Association; 2017:64-67.
  • Innes, J.B. & Blackford, J.J. Palynology and the study of the Mesolithic-Neolithic transition in the British Isles. In: Williams, M., Hill, T. & Wilkinson, I. The archaeological and forensic applications of microfossils: a deeper understanding of human history. Geological Society Publishing House, Bath; 2017:55-78.
  • Innes, JB & Evans, DJA Parrick House – a postglacial palaeoenvironmental archive. In: Evans, DJA The Quaternary Landscape History of Teesdale and the North Pennines: Field Guide. London: Quaternary Research Association; 2017:186-192.
  • Innes, J.B. Vegetation history of Upper Teesdale. In: Evans, D.J.A. The Quaternary Landscape History of Teesdale and the North Pennines: Field Guide. Quaternary Research Association; 2017:76-87.
  • Innes J.B., Tipping R.M. & Waddington C Holocene landscapes at Low Hauxley. In: Waddington, C. & Bonsall, C. Archaeology and Environment on the North Sea Littoral. A Case Study from Low Hauxley. Archaeological Research Services and Northumberland Wildlife Trust; 2016:246-253.
  • Innes, J.B. & Tipping, R.M. Low Hauxley vegetation change and land use in its regional context. In: Waddington, C. & Bonsall, C. Archaeology and Environment on the North Sea Littoral. A Case Study from Low Hauxley. Archaeological Research Services and Northumberland Wildlife Trust; 2016:259-264.
  • Innes, J.B., Albert, B.M. & Tipping, R.M. Pollen analyses. In: Waddington, C. & Bonsall, C. Archaeology and Environment on the North Sea Littoral. A Case Study from Low Hauxley. Archaeological Research Services and Northumberland Wildlife Trust; 2016:226-246.
  • Evans, D.J.A., Brown, V.H., Roberts, D.H., Innes, J.B., Bickerdike, H.L., Vieli, A. & Wilson, P. Wasdale Head. In: Macdougall, D.A. & Evans, D.J.A. The Quaternary of the Lake District Field Guide. Quaternary Research Association; 2015:213-240.
  • Gearey, B, Hopla, E & Innes, J.B. Palynology. In: Bridgland, D.R., Howard, A.J., White, M.J. & White, T.S. Quaternary of the Trent. Oxbow Books; 2014:156-235.
  • O'Brien, C.E., Innes, J.B., Rutherford, M.M., Bridgland, D.R., White, T.S. & Mitchell, W.A. Nosterfield: the Thornborough Henges (SE 285 795), gravel quarrying and organic infills. In: Davies, B.J., Yorke, L., Bridgland, D.R. & Roberts, D.H. The Quaternary of Northumberland, Durham and North Yorkshire: Field Guide. Quaternary Research Association; 2013:152-158.
  • Bridgland, D.R. & Innes, J.B. Overview of the Swale-Ure Washlands. In: Davies, B.J., Yorke, L., Bridgland, D.R. & Roberts, D.H. The Quaternary of Northumberland, Durham and North Yorkshire: Field Guide. Quaternary Research Association; 2013:25-52.
  • Bridgland, D.R., Mitchell, W.A., Innes, J.B., Rutherford, M.M., O'Brien, C., White, T.S. & Long, A.J. Ripon South Quarry. In: Davies, B.J., Yorke, L., Bridgland, D.R. & Roberts, D.H. The Quaternary of Northumberland, Durham and North Yorkshire: Field Guide. Quaternary Research Association; 2013:178-181.
  • Bridgland, D.R., White, T.S., Innes, J.B., Pedley, H.M., Rutherford, M.M. & Mitchell, W.A. Snape Mires: proglacial lake, post-glacial sequence, tufa. In: Davies, B.J., Yorke, L., Bridgland, D.R. & Roberts, D.H. The Quaternary of Northumberland, Durham and North Yorkshire: Field Guide. Quaternary Research Association; 2013:158-178.
  • Vyner, B & Innes, J.B. The archaeological record. In: Davies, B.J., Yorke, L., Bridgland, D.R. & Roberts, D.H. The Quaternary of Northumberland, Durham and North Yorkshire: Field Guide. Quaternary Research Association; 2013:52-55.
  • Innes, J.B., Rutherford, M.M., White, T.S. & Bridgland, D.R. The Marfield Channel sequence. In: Davies, B.J., Yorke, L., Bridgland, D.R. & Roberts, D.H. The Quaternary of Northumberland, Durham and North Yorkshire: Field Guide. Quaternary Research Association; 2013:149-152.
  • Innes, J.B. & Tomlinson, P.R. Environmental evidence. In: Lewis, J., Heawood, R. & Howard-Davis, C. Bewsey Old Hall, Warrington, Cheshire: Excavations 1977-81 and 1983-5. Lancaster: Lancaster Imprints 17; 2011:199-210.
  • Innes, J.B. Pollen analyses from the Romano-British enclosure ditch (D1). In: Philpott, R.A. & Adams, M.H. Irby, Wirral. Excavations on a Late Prehistoric, Romano-British and Medieval site, 1987-1996. National Museums, Liverpool. Liverpool: National Museums, Liverpool; 2010:92-94.
  • Innes, J.B. & Blackford, J.J. An evaluation of palaeoecological data as evidence of cultural transition in the final Mesolithic millennium of northern and north-western Europe. In: Crombé P. Chronology and evolution in the Mesolithic of N(W) Europe. Cambridge: Cambridge Scholars Publishing; 2009:575-590.
  • Mitchell, W.A., Innes, J.B., Bridgland, D., Long, A.J., Rutherford, M.M. & Warwick, S. Landscape evolution of the Swale-Ure Washlands. In: Atherden, M. & Milsom, T. Yorkshire Landscapes Past and Future. York: PLACE; 2008:77-87.
  • Innes, J.B. Northern North York Moors vegetation history to the middle Bronze Age. In: Smith, B.A. & Walker, A.A. Rock Art and Ritual. Interpreting the Prehistoric Landscapes of the North York Moors. York: Tempus; 2008:147-150.
  • Blackford, J.J. & Innes, J.B. Prehistoric woodland clearance on Rosedale Moor: evidence for herbivore grazing, fires and a ‘dead wood’ stage at the time of Mesolithic forest disturbance. In: Hammond, M. Moorland Research Review 2000-2005. North York Moors National Park Authority, Helmsley; 2007:159-165.
  • Chiverrell, R., Innes, J. B., Thomas, G., Gonzalez, S., Roberts, D. H. & Coope R. Emerging from the Ice Age. In: Chiverrell, R. C. & Thomas, G. S. P. A New History of the Isle of Man: Volume 1: Evolution of the natural landscape. Liverpool: Liverpool University Press; 2006:220-278.
  • Blackford, J. J., Innes, J. B., Kelly, A. B. & Jones, S. L. Recent research from the peatlands of the North York Moors: human impact and climatic change. In: Lillie, M. & Ellis, S. Wetland Archaeology and Environments: Regional Issues, Global Perspectives. Oxford: Oxbow; 2006:229-241.
  • Chiverrell, R. C., Innes, J. B., Blackford, J. J., Roberts, D. H., Thomas, G., Tomlinson, P., Pooley, E., Fullen, M. Hallett, M. & Harris, J. The Holocene. In: Chiverrell, R. C. & Thomas, G. S. P. A New History of the Isle of Man: Volume 1: the Manx Environment. Liverpool: Liverpool University Press; 2006:279-356.
  • Innes, J. B. Background geology and local topography. In: Waughman, M. Archaeology and Environment of Submerged Landscapes in Hartlepool Bay, England. Tees Archaeology Monograph Series; 2005:1-3.
  • Innes, J. B. Fungal spore assemblages. In Kühn, M. and Hadorn, Ph. Pflanzlicher Makro- und Mikroreste aus Dung von Wiederkäuern mit einem Anhang zur Analyse von Pilzsporen. In: Jacomet, S., Leuzinger, U. & Schibler, J. Die Jungsteinzeitliche Seeufersidlung Arbon Bleiche 3. Umwelt und Wirtschaft. Frauenfeld: Amt für Archäeologie, Thurgau; 2005:348-350.
  • Waughman, M., Innes, J. B. & Tooley, M. J. The Changing Palaeoenvironment of Hartlepool Bay. In: Waughman, M. Archaeology and Environment of Submerged Landscapes in Hartlepool Bay, England. Hartlepool: Tees Archaeology Monograph Series; 2005:121-142.
  • Innes, J. B., Donaldson, M. & Tooley, M. J. The Palaeoenvironmental Evidence. In: Waughman, M. Archaeology and Environment of Submerged Landscapes in Hartlepool Bay, England. Tees Archaeology Monograph Series; 2005:78-120.
  • Chiverrell, R.C., Gonzalez, S., Innes, J. B., Marshall, M., Marshall, J., Coope, R. & Thomas, G. Glen Balleira: evidence for Late Glacial environmental change. In: Chiverrell, R. C., Plater, A. J. & Thomas, G. S. P. The Quaternary of the Isle of Man and North West England. Quaternary Research Association; 2004:73-93.
  • Chiverrell, R. C. & Innes, J. B. Holocene climate change, vegetation and environmental history. In: Chiverrell, R. C., Plater, A. J. & Thomas, G. S. P. The Quaternary of the Isle of Man and North West England. Quaternary Research Association; 2004:20-28.
  • Innes, J. B. Holocene vegetation history of the Isle of Man - Ballaugh Curragh. In: Chiverrell, R. C., Plater, A. J. & Thomas, G. S. P. The Quaternary of the Isle of Man and North West England. Quaternary Research Association; 2004:94-99.
  • McAllister, M., Innes, J. B. & Tooley, M. J. Langley Brook (Martin Mere). In: Chiverell, R. C., Plater, A. J. & Thomas, G. S. P. The Quaternary of the Isle of Man and North West England. Quaternary Research Association; 2004:225-231.
  • Blackford, J. J., Innes, J. B. & Davey, P. J. Later Mesolithic woodland disturbance and probable early cereal cultivation at Ballachrink. In: Chiverell, R. C., Plater, A. J. & Thomas, G. S. P. The Quaternary of the Isle of Man and North West England. Quaternary Research Association; 2004:99-106.
  • Roberts, D.H., Chiverrell, R.C., Innes, J.B., Gonzalez, S., Turner, S. & Horton, B.P. New data on Holocene sea-level changes on the Isle of Man. In: Chiverrell, R.C., Plater, A.J. & Thomas, G.S.P. The Quaternary of the Isle of Man and North West England. Quaternary Research Association; 2004:112-124.
  • Tooley, M. J., Bailiff, I. & Innes, J. B. South Lancashire Mosslands - high resolution evidence of Holocene coastal vegetation change. In: Chiverrell, R. C., Plater, A. J. & Thomas, G. S. P. The Quaternary of the Isle of Man and North West England. London: Quaternary Research Association; 2004:201-206.
  • Middleton, R. & Innes, J. B. The prehistoric and early historic archaeology of Lancashire and the Isle of Man. In: Chiverrell, R. C., Plater, A. J. & Thomas, G. S. P. The Quaternary of the Isle of Man and North West England. Quaternary Research Association; 2004:29-38.
  • Davey, P. J. & Innes, J. B. The early Neolithic and the Manx environment. In: Armit, I., Murphy, E., Nelis, E. & Simpson, D. Neolithic Settlement in Ireland and Western Britain. Belfast: University of Belfast, Oxbow Books; 2003:120-127.
  • Innes, J. B. & Blackford, J. J. Yorkshire's palaeoenvironmental resource. In: Manby, T. G., Moorhouse, S. & Otaway, P. The Archaeology of Yorkshire. York: Yorkshire Archaeological Society Occasional Paper 3. English Heritage, York University Press; 2003:25-30.
  • Davey, P. J. & Innes, J. B. Innovation, continuity and insular development in the Isle of Man. In: Waldren, W. H. & Ensenyat, J. A. World Islands in Prehistory. International Insular Investigations. Oxford: British Archaeological Reports. International Series 1095; 2002:44-56.
  • Innes, J. B. Introduction to the Flandrian. In: Huddart, D. & Glasser, N. F. Quaternary of Northern England. London: Geological Conservation Review Series 25. Joint Nature Conservation Committee; 2002:351-365.
  • Innes, J. B. Introduction to the Late Devensian. In: Huddart, D. & Glasser, N. F. Quaternary of Northern England. London: Geological Conservation Review Series 25. Joint Nature Conservation Committee; 2002:211-220.
  • Innes, J. B. Pollen analysis of the buried organic deposit. In: Freke, D. Excavations on St Patrick’s Isle, Peel, Isle of Man,, 1982-88: Prehistoric, Viking, Medieval and Later. Liverpool: Liverpool Monographs in Archaeology and Oriental Studies. Liverpool University Press; 2002:245-246.
  • Innes, J. B. Site Reports. In: Huddart, D. & Glasser, N.F. Quaternary of Northern England. London: Geological Conservation Review Series 25. Joint Nature Conservation Committee; 2002:251-257, 264-271, 413-442, 469-485.
  • Innes, J. B. & Simmons, I. G. Fire and prehistoric moorland history in the North York Moors upland. In: Charles, R., Wightman, S. & Hammond, M. Moorland Research Review 1995-2000. Helmsley: North York Moors National Park Authority; 2001:114-117.
  • Blackford, J. J., Innes, J. B. & Kelly, A. E. Fungal spores and pollen from the North York Moors - modern and prehistoric studies. In: Charles, R., Wightman, S. & Hammond, M. Moorland Research Review 1995-2000. Helmsley: North York Moors National Park Authority; 2001:118-121.
  • Davey, P.J. Blackford, J.J. Chiverrell, R.C. Innes, J.B. & Tomlinson, P.R. The Curragh and other lowland wetlands of the Isle of Man. In: Atherden, M.A. Wetlands in the Landscape: Archaeology, Conservation, Heritage. York: People, Landscape and the Cultural Environment (PLACE) Publications. York St. John College; 2001:12-40.
  • Innes, J. B. The results of pollen analyses from Ravock Moor. In: Vyner, B. Stainmore: the Archaeology of a North Pennine Pass. Hartlepool: Tees Archaeology and English Heritage; 2001:41-47.
  • Ridgway, J. Andrews, J., Ellis, J. E., Horton, B. Innes, J. B., Knox, R. W. O'B., McArthur, J. J., Maher, B. A., Metcalfe, S. E., Mitlehner, A., Parkes, A. Rees, J., Samways, G. M. & Shennan, I. Analysis and interpretation of Holocene sedimentary sequences: techniques applied in the Humber Estuary. In: Shennan, I. & Andrews, J. Holocene land-ocean interaction and environmental change around the western North Sea. Geological Society Special Publication 166; 2000:9-39.
  • Gonzalez, S., Innes, J. B., Huddart, D., Davey, P. J. & Plater, A. J. Holocene coastal change in the North of the Isle of Man: stratigraphy, palaeoenvironment and archaeological evidence. In: Pye, K. & Allen, J. Coastal and Estuarine Environments: Sedimentology, Geomorphology and Geoarchaeology. Geological Society Special Publication; 2000:343-363.
  • Shennan, I., Lambeck, K., Flather, R., Wingfield, R., Horton, B.P., McArthur, J.J., Innes, J.B., Lloyd, J.M. & Rutherford, M.M. Modelling western North Sea palaeogeographies and tidal changes during the Holocene. In: Shennan, I. & Andrews, J.E. Holocene land ocean interactions and environmental change around the North Sea. London: The Geological Society; 2000:299-319.
  • Metcalfe, S., Ellis, S., Horton, B. Innes, J. B., McArthur, J. J., Mitlehner, A., Parkes, A. Pethick, J. S., Rees, J., Ridgway, J. Rutherford, M. M., Shennan, I. & Tooley, M. J. The Holocene evolution of the Humber Estuary: reconstructing change in a dynamic environment. In: Shennan, I. & Andrews, J. Holocene land-ocean interaction and environmental change around the western North Sea. Geological Society Special Publication; 2000:97-118.
  • Long, A.J., Innes, J.B., Shennan, I. & Tooley, M.J. Coastal stratigraphy: a case study from Johns River, Washington. In: Jones, A.P., Tucker, M.E. & Hart, J.K. The description and analysis of Quaternary stratigraphic field sections. Quaternary Research Association Technical Guide 7, Quarternary Research Association; 1999:267-286.
  • Innes, J. B., Tooley, M. J. & Lageard, J. G. A. Vegetational history before the Norman Conquest. In: Greenwood, E. The Historical Biology of the Mersey Basin. Liverpool: Liverpool University Press; 1999:20-30.
  • Waller, M.P., Long, A.J., Long, D.J. & Innes, J.B. Walland Marsh: wetland vegetation dynamics, sea-level change and coastal evolution. In: Murton, J.B., Whiteman, C.A., Bates, M.R., Bridgland, D.R., Long, A.J., Roberts, M.B. & Waller, M.P. The Quaternary of Kent and Sussex: Field Guide. Quaternary Research Association; 1998:70-81.
  • Tooley, M., Zong, Y. & Innes, J.B. Holocene storm surge signatures. In: Jablonski, N.J. The Changing Face of East Asia During the Tertiary and Quaternary. Hong Kong.: Centre of Asian Studies; 1997:138-149.
  • Shennan, I., Rutherford, M. M., Innes, J. B. & Walker, K. J. Late glacial sea level and ocean margin environmental changes interpreted from biostratigraphic and lithostratigraphic studies of isolation basins in northwest Scotland. In: Andrews, J. T. Austin, W. E. N., Bergsten, H. & Jennings, A. E. Late Quaternary Palaeoceanography of the North Atlantic Margins. Geological Society Special Publication 111; 1996:299-244.
  • Long, A.J. & Innes, J.B. A palaeoenvironmental investigation of the Midley Sand, Roment Marsh, Kent. In: Eddison, J. Romney Marsh: the Debatable Ground. 1995:37-50.
  • Taylor, J. J., Innes, J. B. & Jones, M. D. H. Archaeological site location by the integration of geophysical and palynological techniques in an environmental survey role. In: Luff, R. & Rowley-Conwy, P. A. Whither Environmental Archaeology?. Oxford: Oxbow Monographs; 1994.
  • Simmons, IG, Turner, J & Innes, JB An application of fine resolution pollen analysis to late Mesolithic peats of an English upland. In: Bonsall, C. The Mesolithic in Europe. John Donald, Edinburgh; 1989:206-217.
  • Innes, JB & Simmons, IG Disturbance and diversity: floristic changes associated with episodes of pre Ulmus decline woodland recession in north east Yorkshire. In: Jones, M Archaeology and the Flora of the British Isles. Oxford Committee for Archaeology Monograph 14; 1988:7-20.
  • Simmons, I.G. & Innes, J.B. Late Mesolithic land-use and its environmental impacts in the English uplands. In: Smith, Richard T. The Biogeographical impact of land-use change: collected essays. Leeds: Biogeography Study Group; 1985:7-17.

Edited book

  • Bridgland, D. R., Horton, B. P. & Innes, J. B. The Quaternary of North-East England. London: Quaternary Research Association Field Guide; 1999.

Book review

  • Innes, J.B. Book Review: Archaeology from the Wetlands: Recent Perspectives. Ed SWAP, compiled by C. Green. Society of Antiquaries of Scotland, Edinburgh. Quaternary Science Reviews. 2008;27:2091-2094.
  • Innes, J. B. Book Review: Alan Saville (Ed.), Mesolithic Scotland and its Neighbours, Society of Antiquaries of Scotland, Edinburgh. Quaternary Science Reviews. 2005;24:807-811.

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  • Innes, J. B., Blackford, J. J. & Rowley-Conwy, P. A. The start of the Mesolithic-Neolithic transition in North-West Europe - the palynological contribution. Antiquity. 2003;77:Antiquity.ac.uk/ProjGall/blackford/blackford.html.

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