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Earth's Glacial Record

Edited By: M Deynoux
240 pages, 75 b/w photos, 119 line diags, 12 tabs
Earth's Glacial Record
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  • Earth's Glacial Record ISBN: 9780521548038 Paperback Jan 2004 Usually dispatched within 1-2 weeks
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About this book

Presents information and interpretations of the ancient glacial record, looking in particular at the Late Proterozoic and Late Palaeozoic eras.

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1. Geodynamic controls on glaciation in Earth history N. Eyles and G. M. Young; 2. Glacial-marine facies in the continental rift environment: Neoproterozoic rocks of the western United States Cordillera P. K. Link, J. M. G. Miller and N. Christie-Blick; 3. The Neoproterozoic Konnarock formation, southwestern Virginia, USA: glaciolacustrine facies in a continental rift J. M. G. Miller; 4. Glaciogenic deposits of the Permo-Carboniferous Dwyka Group in the eastern region of the Karoo Basin, South Africa V. Von Brunn; 5. Itarare Group: Gondwanan Carboniferous-Permian of the Parana Basin, Brazil A. B. Franca; 6. The interpretation of massive rain-out and debris-flow diamictites from the glacial-marine environment J. N. J. Visser; 7. Neoproterozoic tillite and tilloid in the Aksu area, Tarim Basin, Xinjiang Autonomous Region, Northwest China Lu Zongnian and Gao Zhenjia; 8. Lithology, sedimentology and genesis of the Zhengmuguan Formation of Ningxia, China Lu Zongnian, Gao Zhenjia, Zheng Zhaochang, Li Yuzhen and Li Huaikun; 9. Architectural styles of glacially influenced marine deposits on tectonically active and passive margins M. R. Gipp; 10. Marine to non-marine sequence architecture of an intracratonic glacially related basin. Late Proterozoic of the West African platform in western Mali J. N. Proust and M. Deynoux; 11. The enigmatic Late Proterozoic glacial climate: an Australian perspective G. E. Williams; 12. Isotopic signatures of carbonates associated with Sturtian (Neoproterozoic) glacial facies, central Flinders Ranges, South Australia A. R. Crossing and V. A. Gostin; 13. Reactive carbonate in glacial systems: a preliminary synthesis of its creation, dissolution and reincarnation I. J. Fairchild, L. Bradby and B. Spiro; 14. A Permian argillaceous syn- to post-glacial foreland sequence in the Karoo Basin, South Africa J. N. J. Visser; 15. A palaeoenvironmental study of black mudrock in the glacigenic Dwyka Group from the Boshof-Hertzogville regional northern part of the Karoo Basin, South Africa D. I. Cole and A. D. M. Christie; 16. Late Paleozoic post-glacial inland sea filled by fine-grained turbidites: Mackellar Formation, Central Transantarctic Mountains M. F. Miller and J. W. Collinson; 17. Ice scouring structures in Late Paleozoic rhythmites, Parana Basin, Brazil A. C. Rocha-Campos, P. R. Dos Santos and J. R. Canuto; 18. Soft-sediment striated surfaces and massive diamicton facies produced by floating ice C. M. T. Woodworth-Lynas and J. A. Dowdeswell; 19. Environmental evolution during the early phase of Late Proterozoic glaciation, Human, China Qi Rui Zhang.

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Edited By: M Deynoux
240 pages, 75 b/w photos, 119 line diags, 12 tabs
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