Booklist Reference List

The Burren and Cliffs of Moher UNESCO Global Geopark

Booklist (Bibliography) of the Burren and related material:

Anon (1981) Aillwee Cave Ballyvaughan Burren. Galway: Corrib Printers.

Bradley, J.D. & Pelham-Clinton, E.C. (1967) The lepidoptera of the Burren, Co. Clare. Entomologists Gazette, vol. xviii

Charlesworth, J. K. (1953) The Geology of Ireland an introduction. Edinburgh.

Charlesworth, J. K. (1963) Historical Geology of Ireland. Edinburgh.

Coleman, J. C. (1965) The Caves of Ireland. Tralee: Anvil Press.

Connole, F., Vaughan, O. & O’Donnell, F. aka-The Burren Explorer Group (2013) The Burren Explorer. Ennistymon: Burren and Cliffs of Moher Geopark with The Burren Explorer Group.

Cunningham, G. (1992) Burren journey north. Ballyvaughan: Burren Research Press.

Cunningham, G. (1980) Burren journey west. Limerick: Shannonside.

Cunningham, G. (1978) Burren journey. Limerick: Shannonside.

Cunningham, G. (1998) Exploring the Burren. Dublin: Country House.

D’Arcy, G. & Hayward, J. (1992) The natural history of the Burren. London: Immel.

Drew, D.P. 1984. Ailwee Cave and the caves of The Burren. Eason & Son, Dublin.

Drew, D.P. 2001. Classic Landforms of the Burren Karst. Geographical Association in conjunction with the British Geomorphological Research Group.

Dunford, B. (2002). Farming and the Burren. Dublin: Teagasc, Agriculture and Food Development Authority.

Dunne, L. & Feehan, J. (2003). Ireland’s Mushroom Stones. Relics of a Vanished Lakeland. Environmental Resource Management, University College Dublin.

Dwyer, P. (1876). A Handbook to Lisdoonvarna and its Vicinity. Dublin: Hodges, Figgis & Co.

Edwards, K.J. and Warren, W.P. (eds.) (1985). The Quaternary History of Ireland. Academic press.

Feehan, J. & O’donovan, G. (1993) The Magic of Coole. Dublin: Oifig na nOibreacha Poibli.

Flanagan, J. (2000). Kilfenora, a history. Author published.

Hencken, H.O’N. (1939). Cahercommane: stone fort in County Clare. Dublin: RSAI

Hennessy, R., Feely, M., Cuniffe, C. & Carlin, C. (2010) Galway’s Living Landscapes – Part 1: Eskers. Galway County Council. 224 pp. ISBN: 978-0-9567825-0-2

Hennessy, R., McNamara, M., & Hoctor, Z. (2010) Stone, Water and Ice: A Geology Trip through the Burren. Burren Connect Project, 64pp. ISBN 0-9567204-2-9

Holland, C.H. (ed.) (2001). The Geology of Ireland. Edinburgh: Dunedin Academic Press

Irish Tourist Board. (1975) The Burren. London: I.T.B.

Jones, Carlton & Walsh (1996). Recent discoveries on Roughan Hill, County Clare. Journal of the Royal Society of Antiquaries of Ireland, vol. xxvi

Keane, M. (1980). The Burren, County Clare. The Irish Heritage Series, (30). Dublin: Eason & Son Ltd.

Lloyd, J. (1986). A Short Tour in the County Clare 1780. Whitegate: Ballinakella Press.

Mapother, E. (1878). Lisdoonvarna Spas and some other Irish Watering Places. 3rd edn. London.

Mccabe, A.M. (2008). Glacial Geology and geomorphology: The Landscapes of Ireland. Dunedin Academic Press.

Murphy, J.F. (2013) The Birds of Fanore. Ennistymon: Burren and Cliffs of Moher Geopark.

Nelson, E.C. & Walsh, W.F. (1997). The Burren: a companion to the wild flowers of an Irish limestone wilderness. Kilkenny: Boethius Press.

Nelson, E.C. (1999). Wild plants of the Burren and the Aran Islands. Cork: Collins Press.

Robins, N.S., Misstear, B.R. (eds). Groundwater in the Celtic Regions: Studies in Hard Rock and Quaternary Hydrogeology. GSI Special publications no. 182.

Ó Dálaigh, B. (1998).The strangers gaze: travels in County Clare 1534-1950. Ennis: Clasp Press.

O’connell, J.W. & Korff, A. (2001). The Book of the Burren. 2nd updated edition. Kinvara Co. Galway: Tír Eolas.

O’Connell, Gerald (ed.) The Burren: a guide. Limerick: Shannonside.

O’Donovan, J. & Curry, (1997).The antiquities of County Clare: letters containing information relative to the antiquities of the County of Clare collected during the progress of the Ordnance Survey in 1839. Ennis: Clasp Press.

Poyntz, S. (2000). A Burren journal. Kinvara: Tír Eolas.

Self, C. (1981). Caves of County Clare. Bristol: University Of Bristol.

Simms, M.J. (2001). Exploring the Limestone Landscapes of the Burren and the Gort Lowlands: A Guide for walkers, cyclists and motorists. Belfast:

Spellissy, S. & O’BRIEN, J. (1987). Clare County of Contrast. Ennis: Privately Published.

Sweeting, M.M. (1973). Karst Landforms. New York: Columbia University Press.

Swinfen, A. (1992). Forgotten stones: ancient church sites of the Burren and environs. Dublin: Lilliput Press.

Tratman, E.K. (1969). The Caves of North-West Clare, Ireland. David and Charles, Newton Abbot, Devon.

Trudgill, S.T. (1985) Limestone Geomorphology. London and New York: Longman.

Williams, M. & Harper, D. (2003) The Making of Ireland. London: Immel