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Glaciomarine sedimentation and its paleoceanographic implications along the fjord margins in the South Shetland Islands, Antarctica during the last 6000 years
Abstract Two 3 m long cores were collected from Maxwell and Admiralty Bays on King George Island, one of the South Shetland Islands, West Antarctica. These cores were examined for their benthicExpand
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Hydrate-bearing structures in the Sea of Okhotsk
Gas hydrates are natural gas reservoirs in ice-like crystalline solids, and are stable in pore spaces of submarine sediments in water depths greater than about 300–500 m. They have been recovered inExpand
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Pyrochlore chemistry from the Sokli phoscorite-carbonatite complex, Finland: Implications for the genesis of phoscorite and carbonatite association
The phoscorite-carbonatite complex in the Sokli alkaline-carbonatite massif, northern Finland, comprises five stages of intrusions of phoscorites and carbonatites (P1-C1, P2-C2 and P3-C3 forExpand
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Glaciomarine sedimentation and its paleoclimatic implications on the Antarctic Peninsula shelf over the last 15 000 years
Abstract Analyses of sedimentological, geochemical and micropaleontological parameters from radiocarbon-dated sediment cores retrieved from the Antarctic Peninsula’s western continental shelf revealExpand
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The origin of massive diamicton in Marian and Potter coves, King George Island, West Antarctica
Marine sediment cores were obtained from in front of the tidewater glaciers in Marian and Potter coves in the South Shetland Islands in the austral summer of 1998–1999. Sedimentological andExpand
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Sr Nd Pb isotopic compositions of the Kovdor phoscorite carbonatite complex, Kola Peninsula, NW Russia
Abstract The Sr, Nd and Pb isotopic compositions for the Kovdor phoscorite–carbonatite complex (PCC), Kola Peninsula, NW Russia, have been determined to characterize the mantle sources involved andExpand
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Late Holocene stable isotope chronology and meltwater discharge event in Maxwell and Admiralty bays, King George Island, Antarctica
Two short gravity cores were retrieved to obtain palaeoclimatic information from Maxwell and Admiralty bays, King George Island, South Shetland Islands. AMS 14C age dates, sediment properties (grainExpand
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Rate of late Quaternary ice-cap thinning on King George Island, South Shetland Islands, West Antarctica defined by cosmogenic 36Cl surface exposure dating
Glacial landforms on the Barton and Weaver peninsulas of King George Island in the South Shetland Islands, West Antarctica were mapped and dated using terrestrial cosmogenic 36Cl methods to provideExpand
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