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  1. Deficiencies in the diatom evidence from a Pliocene reduction of the East Antarctic ice sheet
Burckle, L.H.; STROEVEN, A.P.; BRONGE, C.; MILLER, U.; WASELL, A.
In: Paleoceanography, 11, No. 4, 379-389
Burckle, L.H. (Author)551.336ArticleAdd To Basket
  2. Diatoms in Antarctic ice cores: some implications for the glacial history of Antarctica
Burckle, L.H.; GAYLEY, R.I.; RAM, M.; Petit, J.R.
In: Geology, 16, No. 4, 326-329
Burckle, L.H. (Author)551.336ArticleAdd To Basket
  3. Dissolution and preservation of Antarctic diatoms and the effect on sediment thanatocoenoses
SHEMESH, A.; Burckle, L.H.; Froelich, P.N.
In: Quaternary Research, 31, No. 2, 288-308
SHEMESH, A. (Author)561.261ArticleAdd To Basket
Reserve a copy 4. Earth's climate and orbital eccentricity: the Marine Isotope Stage 11 question (2003)
DROXLER, A.W.; Poore, R.Z.; Burckle, L.H.
ISBN: 0875909965
Copies: 1
DROXLER, A.W. (Editor)551.583.7Books/MonographsAdd To Basket
  5. Ice diatom floras, Arthur Harbor, Antarctica
KREBS, W.N.; Lipps, J.H.; Burckle, L.H.
In: Polar Biology, 7, No. 3, 163-171
KREBS, W.N. (Author)581.526.55ArticleAdd To Basket
  6. Implications of a Pliocene stand of Nothofagus (southern beech) within 500 kilometres of the South Pole
Burckle, L.H.; POKRAS, E.M.
In: Antarctic Science, 3, No. 4, 389-403
Burckle, L.H. (Author)551.336ArticleAdd To Basket
  7. Late Neogene Antarctic glacial history: evidence from central Wright Valley
PRENTICE, M.L.; Bockheim, J.G.; WILSON, S.C.; Burckle, L.H.; Hodell, D.A.; Schluchter, C.; KELLOGG, D.E.
In: The Antarctic paleoenvironment: a perspective on global change. Pt. 2, 207-250
PRENTICE, M.L. (Author)551.336ArticleAdd To Basket
Reserve a copy 8. Late neogene epoch boundaries : Symposium on Late Neogene Epoch Boundaries, 24th International Geological Congress, Montreal, 21-30 August, 1972 (1975)
Symposium on Late Neogene Epoch Boundaries; Saito, T.; Burckle, L.H.; International Geological Congress
ISBN: OC21786987
Copies: 2
Symposium on Late Neogene Epoch Boundaries. Montreal, (1972) (Conference)551.782Books/MonographsAdd To Basket
  9. Late Pleistocene Eucampia antarctica abundance stratigraphy in the Atlantic sector of the Southern Ocean
Burckle, L.H.; COOKE, D.W.
In: Micropaleontology, 29, No. 1, 6-10
Burckle, L.H. (Author)552.521(26)ArticleAdd To Basket
  10. Late Quaternary interglacial stages warmer than present
Burckle, L.H.
In: Quaternary Science Reviews, 12, 825-831
Burckle, L.H. (Author)551.336ArticleAdd To Basket
  11. A mechanism for emplacement and concentration of diatoms in glacigenic deposits
Burckle, L.H.; KELLOGG, D.E.; KELLOGG, T.B.; FASTOOK, J.L.
In: Boreas, 26, 55-60
Burckle, L.H. (Author)551.336ArticleAdd To Basket
  12. Meltwater input to the Southern Ocean during the last glacial maximum
SHEMESH, A.; Burckle, L.H.; HAYS, J.D.
In: Science, 266, No. 5190, 1542-1544
SHEMESH, A. (Author)551.336ArticleAdd To Basket
  13. No evidence for extreme, long term warming in early Pliocene sediments of the Southern Ocean
Burckle, L.H.; MORTLOCK, R.; RUDOLPH, S.
In: Marine micropaleontology, 27, 215-226
Burckle, L.H. (Author)551.336ArticleAdd To Basket
  14. Pliocene-Pleistocene diatoms in Paleozoic and Mesozoic sedimentary and igneous rocks from Antarctica: a Sirius problem solved
Burckle, L.H.; Potter, N.
In: Geology, 24, No. 3, 235-238
Burckle, L.H. (Author)561.261ArticleAdd To Basket
  15. Reappraisal of sea-ice distribution in Atlantic and Pacific sectors of the Southern Ocean at 18,000 yr BP
Burckle, L.H.; Robinson, D.; COOKE, D.
In: Nature, 299, No. 5882, 435-437
Burckle, L.H. (Author)551.336ArticleAdd To Basket
  16. A silicoflagellate ooze from the east Falkland Plateau
STADUM, C.J.; Burckle, L.H.
In: Micropaleontology, 19, No. 1, 104-109
STADUM, C.J. (Author)561.258ArticleAdd To Basket
  17. Terrestrial microfossils in Antarctic ordinary chondrites
Burckle, L.H.; DELANEY, J.S.
In: Meteoritics and Planetary Science, 34, 475-478
Burckle, L.H. (Author)56ArticleAdd To Basket
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