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Antarctica at the Close of a Millennium

Proceedings
By: John Alan Gamble(Editor), David NB Skinner(Editor), Stuart Henrys(Editor)
652 pages, illustrations, maps, tables
Antarctica at the Close of a Millennium
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Overview of the state of Antarctic geoscience at the close of the 20th century. The papers were presented at the 8th International Symposium on Antarctic Earth Sciences, held in Wellington, New Zealand in July 1999. The papers were presented under 9 theme areas and represent a summary of the work given by more than 300 delegates from 25 countries, who attended the meeting.

Contents

- The Oldest History
- Rodinia to Gondwana
- Gondwana Paleoenvironments
- Post-Gondwana Tectonic Environments
- Cretaceous and Cenzoic Paleoenvironments
- The Last Glacial Cycle
- The Modern Continent
- Antarctic Maps and Environmental Science

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Proceedings
By: John Alan Gamble(Editor), David NB Skinner(Editor), Stuart Henrys(Editor)
652 pages, illustrations, maps, tables
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