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Just came across this amazing simulation of the last British and Irish ice sheet by @NiallGandy & @BRITICECHRONO - lots of detail in there, which can be helpful in explaining why the glacial sediments are so wonderfully complicated! Open access here: doi.org/10.1016/j.quas… pic.twitter.com/dhhJJdAWch