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Whereas in Britain the erosion of peat in upland areas has been mapped and discussed widely, in Ireland there has been only brief mention of peat erosion and few attempts to map its distribution. In this paper the erosion of the peat in the uplands of Northern Ireland is mapped and classified; water erosion is of two types, anastomosing channels and parallel or sub-parallel gullies. The relationships of these two types to relief, to vegetational patterns, to the dis tribution of rock basins anddoi:10.1080/00750778109478899 fatcat:xe72yykomrbpte63kkst34d7rq