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Antarctic Peninsular cryosphere: Early Oligocene (c. 30 Ma) initiation and a revised glacial chronology
Strontium isotope stratigraphy provides a chronology for Cenozoic cryogenic strata in the northern Antarctic Peninsula and allows an assessment of diachronism in onset of glacial conditions between
Oligocene and Pliocene interglacial events in the Antarctic Peninsula dated using strontium isotope stratigraphy
Strontium isotope stratigraphy is used to date two interglacial-marine deposits in the Antarctic Peninsula region. On King George Island, interglacial pectinid-rich sediments in the Low Head Member
The anatomy of a large submarine slump on a sheared continental margin (SE Africa)
  • R. Dingle
  • Geology
    Journal of the Geological Society
  • 1 December 1977
The morphology and structure of a large submarine slump (Agulhas Slump) on the sheared continental margin off SE Africa are described from bathymetric and continuous seismic reflection records. It is
Tertiary Sea-Level Movements around Southern Africa
Sedimentological, micropaleontological and seismic-profiling data elucidate the history of Tertiary sea-level movements around southern Africa. These new data show that landward movement of the sea
Molecular evidence for genetic mixing of Arctic and Antarctic subpolar populations of planktonic foraminifers
This work identifies at least one identical genotype in all three morphospecies in both the Arctic and Antarctic subpolar provinces, indicating that trans-tropical gene flow must have occurred, and reveals that foraminiferal morphos pecies can consist of a complex of genetic types.