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Phanerozoic Sea-Level Changes

By: A Hallam
266 pages, Illus
Phanerozoic Sea-Level Changes
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Amid widespread concern over changes in ocean levels resulting from the greenhouse effect, this is the first book exclusively dedicated to sea-level changes in the Phanerozoic Eon, the time ranging from 590 million years ago to the present. This account will appeal to specialists and non-specialists alike.


Techniques of study; Palaeozoic era; Mesozoic era; Cenozoic era; relationship with other global changes; cause of sea-level change.

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Anthony Hallam is Lapworth Professor in the School of Earth Science at the University of Birmingham, England.

By: A Hallam
266 pages, Illus
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