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  1. Are Antarctic Peninsula Ice Sheet grounding events manifest in sedimentary cycles on the adjacent continental rise?
BART, P.J.; Hillenbrand, C.-D.; EHRMANN, W.; IWAI, M.; WINTER, D.; WARNY, S.A.
In: Marine Geology, 236, No. 1-2, 1-13
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  2. Did the Antarctic ice sheets expand during the early Pliocene?
BART, P.J.
In: Geology, 29, No. 1, 67-70
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  3. Interglacial collapse of Crary Trough-Mouth Fan, Weddell Sea, Antarctica: implications for Antarctic glacial history
BART, P.J.; De Batist, M.; Jokat, W.
In: Journal of Sedimentary Research, 69, No. 6, 1276-1289
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  4. Relative temporal stability of the Antarctic ice sheets during the late Neogene based on the minimum frequency of outer shelf grounding events
BART, P.J.; Anderson, J.B.
In: Earth and Planetary Science Letters (BAS), 182, Nos. 3-4, 259-272
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  5. Seismic data from the Northern basin, Ross Sea, record extreme expansions of the East Antarctic Ice Sheet during the late Neogene
BART, P.J.; Anderson, J.B.; Trincardi, F.; SHIPP, S.S.
In: Marine Geology, 166, Nos. 1-4, 31-50
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  6. Seismic record of glacial events affecting the Pacific margin of the northwestern Antarctic Peninsula
BART, P.J.; Anderson, J.B.
In: Antarctic Research Series, 68, 74-95
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  7. Were West Antarctic Ice Sheet grounding events in the Ross Sea a consequence of East Antarctic Ice Sheet expansion during the middle Miocene?
BART, P.J.
In: Earth and Planetary Science Letters (BAS), 216, Nos. 1-2, 93-107
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