Series: Proceedings of the 30th International Geological Congress Volume: 21
The 30th International Geological Congress was held in Beijing, China in August 1997. Leading scientists convened to present their findings and views to the international geological research community. Volume 21 of 26 focuses on quaternary geology. All articles in the proceedings have been refereed and keynote papers have been included in Volume 1. These proceedings aim to present a view of contemporary geology and should be of interest to researchers in the geological sciences.
Evidence for paleoclimatic significance of grain size composite of loess deposit in central Chinese loess plateau, Lu Huayu et al; toward a denser biotic record for questions of finer scale, L.J. Flynn and Wang Banyue; the dental continuity of humans in China from Pleistocene to Holocene, and the origin of Mongoloids, Liu Wu; a marked climatic change and mammal migration during Early Pleistocene time in North China, Cheng Jie et al; environmental changes of the Yangtze River Delta since 2000 KaPB with special reference to climatic background of the Tang Shan fauna, Nanjing, Comprehensive Research Group for Middle Pleistocene Nanjing Ape-Man and its Relic Site; sedimentological, geochemical and pollen-spore evidence for a late Miocene expansion of grasslands/dry climates in Western China, Li Jijun et al; the tropical loess, M. Iriondo and D.M. Krohling; roles of organic matter on higher susceptibility in the paleosols in Chinese loess sections, Jia Rongfen et al; the climatic events recorded by loess near Zhengzhou, China, and compared with Heinrich events, Xiao Huaguo et al; a climate proxy index for Chinese loess - total iron content and its climate transforming equation, Sun Jianzhong et al; the cosmic dust in the loess since Last Glaciation, China, Zhao Jixiang et al; the reliability of radiocarbon dates from fresh water and terrestrial mollusc shells collected from Tibetan lake and Chinese loess sediments profiles, Zhou Weijian et al; dating of Yanwo Lake deposits, Antarctica, Shen Chengde et al; palaeoenvironmental reconstruction of Zoige Basin of Eastern Tibetan Plateau during the past 140Kyrs, Wang Sumin and Xue Bin; distribution of Holocene beachrock in China and climatic changes, Yang Shouren et al; the time idea in geology, Jiang Shaowen et al; East Asian paleoclimates of the last glacial maximum in an atmospheric general circulation model and from geological records, Liu Xiaodong et al.
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