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Revision of the upper Pliocene - Pleistocene diatom biostratigraphy for the northern belt of the Southern Ocean
Paleomagnetism applied to lateritic profiles to assess saprolite and duricrust formation processes: the example of Mont Baduel profile (French Guiana)
Magnetic stratigraphy and sedimentology of Holocene glacial marine deposits in the Palmer Deep, Bellingshausen Sea, Antarctica: implications for climate change?
Linking the Wasatchian/Bridgerian boundary to the Cenozoic Global Climate Optimum: new magnetostratigraphic and isotopic results from South Pass, Wyoming
New paleomagnetic and stable isotopic results from the northeastern margin of the greater Green River Basin (South Pass, Wyoming) provide a refined geochronological context for the Wasatchian/Bridgerian Land Mammal Age boundary and suggest the existence of large amplitude Milankovich-scale carbon and oxygen isotopic oscillations in this area during the early Eocene. Analysis of 55 paleomagnetic sites through a 310 m section of Wasatch, Green River, and Bridger Formations indicates several reversals that can be correlated to the Geomagnetic Polarity Time Scale using radiometric age constraints. This correlation places the Wasatchian/Bridgerian boundary in Chron C23r at about 52 Ma, approximately two million years...
Continuous Lake-Sediment Records of Glaciation in the Sierra Nevada between 52,600 and 12,500 super(14)C yr B.P.
Magnetostratigraphy of Quaternary and late Tertiary sediments on Banks Island, Canadian Arctic Archipelago
Categories: Publication; Types: Citation; Tags: ASFA 2: Ocean Technology Policy & Non-Living Resources, Canada, Northwest Terr., Franklin District, Banks I., Brunhe, Canada, Northwest Terr., Franklin District, Banks I., Matuya, Canada, Northwest Terr., Franklin District, Banks I., Worth , Climatic changes,
Magnetostratigraphy of Cueva del Aleman, Isla de Mona, Puerto Rico and the species duration of Audubon's shearwater
Preliminary magnetostratigraphy of a thick eolian red clay-loess sequence at Lingtai, the Chinese Loess Plateau