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Compaction History and Porosity Evolution of Tertiary Sandstones, Beaufort/Mackenzie Basin [Abstract]
ABSTRACT Litharenites of Paleocene to Oligocene age are well consolidated at the onshore margin of the Beaufort-Mackenzie Basin. At comparable depths, litharenites of the basin centre offshore areExpand
Emplacement of Jurassic dolerite sills in Tasmania: Implications for Australia-Antarctica connections and Gondwana breakup
The ca. 182 Ma Jurassic dolerite sills of Tasmania, SE Australia, overlap in age with dolerite sills and basaltic lavas in the Ferrar province, Antarctica, and the Karoo, South Africa. Hence, theExpand
Who Was the Southern Vizier during the Last Part of the Reign of Amenhotep III?
  • A. Gordon
  • History
  • Journal of Near Eastern Studies
  • 1 January 1989
EGYPTOLOGISTS have assumed that Ramose was the southern vizier and Amenhotep the northern vizier during the last part of the reign of Amenhotep Ill.' Ramose has one of the finest Eighteenth DynastyExpand
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Salinity on chalk cliffs and its influence on maritime vegetation
Abstract The chalk cliffs of south-eastern England are liable to catastrophic cliff falls, giving edaphic conditions very variable in space and time. Chalk has ∼50% porosity, holding much waterExpand
Mara Field, a Unique Giant in Venezuela
The Mara field is located in Venzuela, 45 km northwest of Maracaibo, on the Mara-La Paz anticlinal trend. Discovered in 1945 by the Caribbean Petroleum Co. (Shell group), the field has produced 407Expand
A Glass Bead of Ahmose and Amenhotep I
  • A. Gordon
  • History
  • Journal of Near Eastern Studies
  • 1 October 1982
IN the collections of the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston is a sky-blue moldmade, glass bead (1978.691)' inscribed with the names of the first two kings of the Eighteenth Dynasty (figs. 1 and 2). TheExpand
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