|Author:||Patrick J. Brenchley|
|Title:||Fossils and Climate (Geological Journal)|
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|ePUB size:||1623 kb|
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|DJVU size:||1974 kb|
|Publisher:||John Wiley & Sons Ltd; 99th ed. edition (October 17, 1984)|
No. of pages XV+ 35. Price: 22. 0 (hardback). The volume comprises 15 papers (not 16 as stated in the Preface) presented at the Symposium on Fossils and Climate at the University of Glasgow in 1982. The Symposium was jointly sponsored by the Liverpool Geological Society and Palaeontological Association. The book is arranged in three parts: evidence for past climates (6 papers); palaeogeography, palaeo-.
Fossils and climate, P. J. Brenchley (E., Geological Journal special Issue, No. 11, Wiley, Chichester, 1984. No. of pages XV + 35. Price: 2. ISBN 0 471 90418XDocuments. International Journal of Geological and Geotechnical Engineering Vol 2 Issue 2Education. of pages: xiv+530.
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The journal publishes Special Issues with a common theme or regional coverage . These are extensively cited. Quaternary Geology and Environmental Change - recent climate and sea-level change, Quaternary fossils, glaciations. Tectonics and Structural Geology - including structural geology, strain analysis, fabrics, global tectonics, experimental deformation, Neotectonics, geophysics.
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Trace Fossils 2. Geological Journal Special Issue 9, Seel House Press, Liverpool, 351 p. Crimes, T. Legg, . Marcos, . and Arboleya, M. 1977. Late Precambrian–low Lower Cambrian trace fossils from Spain, p. 91–138. In Crimes, T. P. and Harper, J. C. (ed., Trace Fossils 2. Geological Journal Special Issue 9. Goldring, . Homewood, . Van Stuijvenberg, . and Winkler, W. 1981. Trace fossil assemblages of deep-sea fan deposits, Gurnigel and Schlieren flysch (Cretaceous–Eocene), Switzerland. Trails from the Vienna Woods: paleoenvironments and trace fossils of Cretaceous to Eocene flysch, Vienna, Austria.
e. Fossils and Climate. John Wiley, Chichester, 49–77. Tree growth in the Mesozoic and Early Tertiary and the reconstructions of palaeoclimates. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology, 52, 35–60. OpenUrl CrossRef Web of Science. Causes of death of the inhabitants inferred by stratigraphic analysis and areal distribution of the human casualties. Die geologische Verbreitung von Sporen und Pollen in der Deutschen Trias. Beihefte zum Geologischen Jahrbuch, 65, 1–147.
Very high resolution interpolated climate surfaces for global land areas. International Journal of Climatology 25, 1965-1978. Estimation of rainfall variables from leaf characters in tropical Africa. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 145, 231-250. Fossils and fossil climate: The case for equable continental interiors in the Eocene. Philosophical Transactions: Biological Sciences 341, 243-252. Temperature parameters of humid to mesic forests of eastern Asia, compared to Australasia and the Northern Hemisphere. Geological Survey Professional Paper 1106, 1-37. Amethod of obtaining climatic parameters from leaf assemblages. Geological Survey Bulletin 2040, 1-71.
With references to geological papers on fossils, sediments, minerals, geochemistry and clay mineralogy, list of publication, often with abstracts, compiled by D. an West. While variations in climate and salinity are certainly indicated, the detailed significance is extremely difficult to unravel especially at a time of Late Cimmerian tectonics. See Horne (1995) for problems of faunicycles].