Change Registers


Introduction

The following are the Change Registers recording additions, reclassifications and deletions to various listings, many of which are co-authored with either Aled Williams or Michael Dewey.  However, some include listings by other authors where status change has occurred because of surveys or through map study that I have conducted, others relate to listings where I am the sole author.  The links to the Change Registers will appear on this page when their detail is complete, and for the ones that are complete their publication date is given below.

Each Change Register is preceded with an Introduction giving brief details of the respective list, including its authors, criteria and date of publication, with the changes to each list being presented chronologically in receding order.




English and Welsh mountains at or over 2,000ft (609.6m) in height with 15m minimum drop.  Authors:  John and Anne Nuttall. 





The 500-Metre Tops of England and Wales – The Deweys

English, Welsh and Manx hills at or over 500m and less than 2,000ft (609.6m) in height with 30m minimum drop.  Author:  Michael Dewey.  Date of publication unknown.






Irish hills at or over 500m and less than 2,000ft (609.6m) in height with 30m minimum drop.  Authors:  Michael Dewey and Myrddyn Phillips.






Irish hills at or over 500m and less than 2,000ft (609.6m) in height with 20m or more and less than 30m of drop.  Authors:  Michael Dewey and Myrddyn Phillips.






Irish hills at or over 490m and less than 500m in height with 30m minimum drop.  Authors:  Michael Dewey and Myrddyn Phillips.






Irish hills at or over 490m and less than 500m in height with 20m or more and less than 30m of drop.  Authors:  Michael Dewey and Myrddyn Phillips. 






Welsh hills whose summit is 2.5km or more distant from the nearest paved public road and have 15m minimum drop.  Authors:  Myrddyn Phillips and Aled Williams.






All Welsh hills at or over 500m in height with 15m minimum drop.  Authors:  Myrddyn Phillips and Aled Williams.






All Welsh hills at or over 500m in height with 14m or more and less than 15m of drop.  Authors:  Myrddyn Phillips and Aled Williams.






All Welsh hills at or over 490m and less than 500m in height with 15m minimum drop.  Authors:  Myrddyn Phillips and Aled Williams.






All Welsh hills at or over 490m and less than 500m in height with 14m or more and less than 15m of drop.  Authors:  Myrddyn Phillips and Aled Williams.






Welsh hills at or over 400m and below 500m in height with 30m minimum drop.  Authors:  Myrddyn Phillips and Aled Williams.






Welsh hills at or over 400m and less than 500m in height with 20m or more and less than 30m of drop.  Authors:  Myrddyn Phillips and Aled Williams.






Welsh hills at or over 390m and less than 400m in height with 30m minimum drop.  Authors:  Myrddyn Phillips and Aled Williams.






Welsh hills at or over 390m and less than 400m in height with 20m or more and less than 30m of drop.  Authors:  Myrddyn Phillips and Aled Williams. 






English hills at or over 400m and less than 500m in height with 30m minimum drop.  Authors:  Myrddyn Phillips and Aled Williams.






English hills at or over 400m and less than 500m in height with 20m or more and less than 30m of drop.  Authors:  Myrddyn Phillips and Aled Williams.






English hills at or over 390m and less than 400m in height with 30m minimum drop.  Authors:  Myrddyn Phillips and Aled Williams.






English hills at or over 390m and less than 400m in height with 20m or more and less than 30m of drop.  Authors:  Myrddyn Phillips and Aled Williams. 





Y Trechol – The Dominant Hills of Wales

Welsh P30 hills whose prominence is at least 50% of their elevation.  Author:  Myrddyn Phillips.  Date of publication unknown.





Y Trechol – The Dominant Hills of Wales.  The Lesser Welsh Dominants

Welsh P30 hills whose prominence is 33% or more and below 50% of their elevation.  Author:  Myrddyn Phillips.  Date of publication unknown.



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