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  • Periglacial landforms and processes of the sub-Antarctic and Antarctic islands
  • Summary of periglacial landform and processes recognized for islands in the sub-Antarctic and Antarctic region.
  • Evidence for Quaternary glaciation of Marion Island (sub. Antarctic) and some implications in Antarctic glacial history and world palaeoenvironments.
  • International Council of Scientific Unions. Scientific Committee on Antarctic Research. (SCAR), International
  • Glacial development and temperature trends in the Antarctic and in South America in Antarctic glacial history and world palaeoenvironments.
  • International Council of Scientific Unions. Scientific Committee on Antarctic Research. (SCAR), International
  • The future of Antarctic resources
  • Portrait of an Antarctic outlet glacier
  • The utilisation of the stress intensity factor (K IC) in a model for rock fracture during freezing : an example from Signy Island, the Maritime Antarctic
  • Derives K IC for quartz-micaschist and applies it to weathering in the Maritime Antarctic.-(AJC)
  • Antarctic glacial history and world palaeoenvironments.
  • International Council of Scientific Unions. Scientific Committee on Antarctic Research. (SCAR), International
  • The case for a stable East Antarctic Ice Sheet: the background
  • The case for a stable East Antarctic Ice Sheet
  • There are two primary views concerning the stability of the East Antarctic Ice Sheet. After summarising the status of the two hypotheses, the AA. explain the rationale for this volume. Building on the Vega Symposium of April 1993, it presents
  • the case for the stability of the East Antarctic Ice Sheet and includes new work on terrestrial geomorphology and geology, marine cores and ice-sheet modelling.
  • Frostdynamik und Permafrost in eisfreien Gebieten der Antarktischen Halbinsel. (Frost dynamics and permafrost in ice-free areas of the Antarctic Peninsula)
  • Antarctic Peninsula ; Antarctique ; Cryopédologie ; Géographie des régions polaires ; Géomorphologie ; Permafrost ; Périglaciaire
  • In the lower oceanic Antarctic where particular climatic conditions are found, a special type of periglacial geosystems exists with geomorphic effected cryodynamics. The approaches to regional modelling are to be further developed because
  • the theories of periglacial arctic environments are not sufficient for regional explanation in the periglacial Antarctic.
  • Late Tertiary Antarctic paleoclimate and ice-sheet dynamics inferred from surficial deposits in Wright Valley
  • The case for a stable East Antarctic Ice Sheet
  • The evidence of persistent cold paleoclimate contradicts the postulated Pliocene deglaciation of East Antarctica, which requires atmospheric temperatures 20°C warmer than present to produce melting ablation surfaces on the East Antarctic Ice Sheet
  • . Furthermore, an East Antarctic outlet glacier has not expanded into east-central Wright Valley in at least the last 3.8 Ma, thus precluding ice-sheet overriding of the Dry Valleys region during this interval. Overall, Wright Valley data imply that the adjacent
  • East Antarctic Ice Sheet has been stable for at least the last 3.8 Ma.
  • Late Quaternary environmental changes in the Antarctic and their correlation with global change
  • Based on records from both Antarctic Ice Free Areas and Ice Cores, a brief discussion concerning the assumed disaster in the coming 50-100 years is given in this paper.
  • Lake sediment cores from the Antarctic peninsula and surrounding islands
  • Sediment cores from two lakes on the Antarctic Peninsula, Hidden Lake on James Ross Island and Lake Boeckella in Hope Bay, are described, analysed and dated with regard to climatic changes during the Holocene.
  • Geochemical problems of the Antarctic dry areas
  • The dry areas of the Antarctic are extreme deserts. Because of the cold they are not subjected to rainfall and geochemical separations can take place which would be destroyed by flowing water in the more temperate deserts. The distribution
  • Zur Tektonik und Minerogenie Antarktikas. (On tectonics and minerogeny of the Antarctic)
  • Starting from the tectonical subdivision of the Antarctic and from the tectogenetical epochs, minerogenetical conclusions are done and comparisons are drawn with other southern continents. From this are resulting hints on those territories, which
  • Glacial age aeolian events at high and low latitudes: a Southern Hemisphere perspective in Antarctic glacial history and world palaeoenvironments.
  • International Council of Scientific Unions. Scientific Committee on Antarctic Research. (SCAR), International
  • Cainozoic evolution of circumantarctic palaeoceanography in Antarctic glacial history and world palaeoenvironments.
  • International Council of Scientific Unions. Scientific Committee on Antarctic Research. (SCAR), International
  • Magmatic evolution of the northern Antarctic Peninsula in Gondwana Five. Selected papers and abstracts of papers.
  • Antarctic Peninsula ; Antarctique ; Evolution magmatique ; Géographie physique ; Magma ; Tectonique globale ; Volcanisme
  • On the origin, nature and uses of Antarctic ice-sheet radio-echo layering
  • In this article, the nature, origin and uses of internal Antarctic ice-sheet layering, observed on 60 MHz RES data, are investigated. In doing so an insight into several aspects of modern Antarctic glaciological research is provided : correlating
  • Wind-blown particles as weathering agents? An Antarctic example
  • The Voyage of the Scotia. Being the record of a voyage of exploration in Antarctic seas