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Antarctic Palaeoenvironments and Earth-Surface Processes

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The volume highlights developments in our understanding of the palaeogeographical, palaeobiological, palaeoclimatic and cryospheric evolution of Antarctica. It focuses on the sedimentary record from the Devonian to the Quaternary Period. It features tectonic evolution and stratigraphy, as well as processes taking place adjacent to, beneath and beyond the ice-sheet margin, including the continental shelf.

The contributions in this volume include several invited review papers, as well as original research papers arising from the International Symposium on Antarctic Earth Sciences in Edinburgh, in July 2011. These papers demonstrate a remarkable diversity of Earth science interests in the Antarctic. Following international trends, there is particular emphasis on the Cenozoic Era, reflecting the increasing emphasis on the documentation and understanding of the past record of ice-sheet fluctuations. Furthermore, Antarctic Earth history is providing us with important information about potential future trends, as the impact of global warming is increasingly felt on the continent and its ocean.

Product Code:
1241
Author:
Edited by M.J. Hambrey, P. F. Barker, P.J. Barrett, V. Bowman, B. Davies, J.L. Smellie and M.Tranter
Publisher:
Geological Society of London
Release Date:
December 04, 2013
ISBN Number:
978-1-86239-363-9
Media:
Hardcover
Pages:
506
Member Price:
$150.00
Non-member Price:
$250.00
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