Edited By: Barbara Maher and Roy Thompson
390 pages, 4 col plates, 38 b/w illus, 123 figs, 17 tabs
Presents an up-to-date account of the rich variety of uses of magnetic measurements in the environmental geosciences.
'[The editors] have done an excellent job of marshalling contributors to provide well-written, interesting and detailed accounts of their respective areas of expertise ! a highly significant and up-to-date summary of environmental magnetism and will be a useful (?compulsory) resource for graduate students and practitioners.' Stephen Stokes, The Holocene 'I highly recommend this well-written and organized book to anyone interested in the latest tools for understanding climatic change.' Donald R. Prothero, PRISCUM
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