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Environmental Change in the Pacific Basin Chronologies, Causes, Consequences

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By: Patrick D Nunn
357 pages, B/w photos, illus, figs, tabs, maps
Environmental Change in the Pacific Basin
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  • Environmental Change in the Pacific Basin ISBN: 9780471949459 Hardback Dec 1999 Out of Print #94129
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Tackles how to plan effectively in the Pacific Basin by understanding the kinds of changes which have occurred, their magnitude and recurrence, particularly the incidence of short-lived magnitude events which have the potential to cause major disruption to environments.

Contents

CONTEXT. The Pacific Basin. Investigating the Pacific Basin. Ideas Concerning the Origin of the Pacific Basin. THE EARLY PACIFIC The Earliest Pacific (Before 250 Ma). The Pacific Basin During the Mesozoic Era (250-66Ma). THE PACIFIC DURING THE TERTIARY PERIOD. The Pacific Basin During the Palaeogene (66-24.6Ma). The Pacific Basin During the Neogene (24.6-1.77Ma). THE PACIFIC DURING THE PLEISTOCENE EPOCH. Understanding the Chronology of the Pleistocene (1.77-0.012Ma). The Early and Middle Pleistocene (1.77-0.128Ma) in the Pacific Basin. The Last Interglacial (128-111ka) in the Pacific Basin. The Last Glacial (111-12ka) in the Pacific Basin. HOLOCENE ENVIRONMENTS OF THE PACIFIC BASIN. Human Arrival in the Pacific Basin. The Early Holocene (12-6ka) in the Pacific Basin. The Middle Holocene (6-3ka) in the Pacific Basin. The Late Holocene (3ka - Present) in the Pacific Basin. CONCLUSIONS. Afterword. References. Indexes.

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Out of Print
By: Patrick D Nunn
357 pages, B/w photos, illus, figs, tabs, maps
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