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Land-Ocean Systems in the Siberian Arctic Dynamics and History

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Edited By: H Kassens
711 pages, 301 figs, 85 tabs, maps
Publisher: Springer-Verlag
Land-Ocean Systems in the Siberian Arctic
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  • Land-Ocean Systems in the Siberian Arctic ISBN: 9783540656760 Hardback Dec 1999 Out of Print #97578
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The Arctic and its surrounding marginal seas are considered some of the most sensitive elements of the global environment, which may respond rapidly to climate change. However, due to various reasons, our knowledge of the processes which drive the Arctic system today and in the past is still relatively sparse. Based on a multidisciplinary approach, German and Russian scientists describe in this book the natural paleorecords and modern data which were collected over the past 6 years. These marine and terrestrial datasets provide important new insights into the causes, impacts, and feedback mechanisms of this extreme Arctic environment.

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Modern ocean and sea ice processes; the marine ecoystem; land-ocean interactions and pathways; terrestrial environment past and present; marine depositional environment past and present.

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Out of Print
Edited By: H Kassens
711 pages, 301 figs, 85 tabs, maps
Publisher: Springer-Verlag
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