512 pages, 41 b/w photos, 217 illus, 68 tabs
Presents research work on the sedimentation of components of palynofacies (organic particles and debris) and details their importance for sequence stratigraphy and the interpretation of ancient biological and geological environments.
'In summary, this is a very valuable volume which should be available to all palaeopalynologists.' J. E. A. Marshall, Cretaceous Research ' ! obligatory for libraries of universities, consultancy companies as well as the industry related to oil exploration. The book is very well produced, has high quality illustrations ! Prof. Alfred Traverse is to be congratulated on having found so many palynologists willing to contribute to this monumental volume.' Earth Science Reviews 'All postgraduate, academic and other professional palynologists ought to find something of interest in this volume.' Geoscientist
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