Hitlist - Titles w/subject : Eustasy
Hitlist - Titles w/subject : Eustasy

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Reserve a copy 1. Allocycles in the upper part of the Limestone Coal Group (Pendleian, E1 of the Glasgow-Stirling region viewed in the light of sequence stratigraphy : Geological Journal 26(1)1991 p85-89
Read, W.A.; Forsyth, I.H.
ISBN: X78063819X
Copies: 1
Read, W.A. (William A. (BGS 1949-1985) (Author)00306Books/MonographsAdd To Basket
  2. Australia's buoyancy inherited from Gondwanaland
Veevers, J.J.
In: AGSO Journal of Australian Geology and Geophysics *, 17, No. 1, 101-111
Veevers, J.J. (Author)551.8ArticleAdd To Basket
  3. Conference report. Sea level changes at active plate margins: processes and products
Pirrie, D.
In: Journal of the Geological Society, 147, Pt. 3, 563-565
Pirrie, D. (Author)551.24ArticleAdd To Basket
  4. Construction of a polynomial model of glacio-eustatic fluctuation: estimating paleo-sea levels continuously through time
Pinter, N.; Gardner, T.W.
In: Geology, 17, No. 4, 295-298
Pinter, N. (Author)551.461.2ArticleAdd To Basket
Reserve a copy 5. Continental shelves of the world : their evolution during the last glacio-eustatic cycle (2014)
Chiocci, F.L.; Chivas, A.R.
ISBN: 9781862396869
Copies: 1
Chiocci, F.L. (Editor)00316Books/MonographsAdd To Basket
  6. Contrasting late Neoproterozoic to Ordovician successions of the Taoudeni Basin, Mauritania and Souss Basin, Morocco.
Waters, C.N.; Schofield, D.I.
In: Journal of African Earth Sciences Vol. 39 pt/no 3-5 (2004) p 301-309, p 301-309
Waters, C.N. (Colin N. (BGS 1988-2017) (Author)BGS Staff Paper 04008Survey staff (external publication)Add To Basket
Reserve a copy 7. Crustal development and sea level : with special reference to the geological development of Southwest Japan and adjacent seas (2007)
Hoshino, M.
ISBN: 9784990395001
Copies: 2
Hoshino, M. (Michihei) (Author)551.14Books/MonographsAdd To Basket
  8. Delta18O and Marion Plateau backstripping: combining two approaches to constrain late middle Miocene eustatic amplitude
JOHN, C.M.; KARNER, G.D.; MUTTI, M.
In: Geology, 32, No. 9, 829-832
JOHN, C.M. (Author)551.334.4ArticleAdd To Basket
  9. Discussion by J.R.Maynard of "The Millstone Grit (Namurian) of the southern Pennines viewed in the light of eustatically controlled sequence stratigraphy" by W.A.Read
Read, W.A.; Maynard, J.R.
Read, W.A. (William A. (BGS 1949-1985) (Author)00306Survey staff (external publication)Add To Basket
  10. Discussion of "The Millstone Grit (Namurian) of the southern Pennines viewed in the light of eustatically controlled sequence stratigraphy" by W.A.Read : Geological Journal 27(3)1992 p295-297
Maynard, J.R.; Read, W.A.
Maynard, J.R. (Author)00306Analytical - journal issuesAdd To Basket
  11. Discussion of: The Millstone Grit (Namurian) of the southern Pennines viewed in the light of eustatically controlled sequence stratigraphy by W.A. Read
Collinson, J.D.; Read, W.A.
Collinson, J.D. (Author)00306Survey staff (external publication)Add To Basket
Reserve a copy 12. Earth rheology, isostasy and eustasy (1980)
Earth Rheology and Late Cenozoic Isostatic Movements; Morner, N.A.; International Geodynamics Project
ISBN: 047127593X
Copies: 1
Earth Rheology and Late Cenozoic Isostatic Movements. Stockholm, (1977) (Conference)551.14+551.15Books/MonographsAdd To Basket
  13. The effect of paleotopography on the late Albian and Cenomanian sea-level record of the Canadian Cretaceous interior seaway
Leckie, D.A.; SCHRODER-ADAMS, C.J.; Bloch, J.
In: Geological Society of America Bulletin, 112, No. 8, 1179-1198
Leckie, D.A. (Author)56:574ArticleAdd To Basket
Reserve a copy 14. Eustasy: the historical ups and downs of a major geological concept (1992)
Dott, R.H.
ISBN: 0813711800
Copies: 1
Dott, R.H. (Author)07232Books/MonographsAdd To Basket
  15. Glacial rebound and sea-level change: an example of a relationship between mantle and surface processes
Lambeck, K.
In: Tectonophysics, 223, 15-37
Lambeck, K. (Author)551.334.4ArticleAdd To Basket
  16. Glacial-eustatic sea-level curve for early Late Pennsylvanian sequence in north-central Texas and biostratigraphic correlation with curve for midcontinent North America
BOARDMAN, D.R.; Heckel, P.H.
In: Geology, 17, No. 9, 802-805
BOARDMAN, D.R. (Author)552.5ArticleAdd To Basket
  17. Glacioeustatic changes in the early and middle Eocene (51-42 Ma): shallow-water stratigraphy from ODP Leg 189 Site 1171 (South Tasman Rise) and deep-sea delta18O records
PEKAR, S.F.; HUCKS, A.; FULLER, M.; Li, S.
In: Geological Society of America Bulletin, 117, No. 7-8, 1081-1093
PEKAR, S.F. (Author)551.334.4ArticleAdd To Basket
  18. Global ice volumes at the Last Glacial Maximum and early Lateglacial
Lambeck, K.; YOKOYAMA, Y.; Johnston, P.; PURCELL, A.
In: Earth and Planetary Science Letters (BAS), 181, No. 4, 513-527
Lambeck, K. (Author)551.336ArticleAdd To Basket
  19. A hypothesis for the change of ocean levels depending on the albedo of the polar ice caps
BLOCH, M.R.
In: Palaeogeography palaeoclimatology palaeoecology, 1, 127-142
BLOCH, M.R. (Author)551.334.4ArticleAdd To Basket
  20. Ice age paleotopography
Peltier, W.R.
In: Science, 265, No. 5169, 195-201
Peltier, W.R. (Author)551.336ArticleAdd To Basket
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