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  • The relation between heat flow, sediment thickness and age in the Eastern Pacific
  • Age des sédiments ; Epaisseur des sédiments ; Flux de chaleur ; Géographie physique ; Pacifique ; Pelagite ; Plaque ; Sedimentation océanique ; Sédimentologie
  • Review on the age and distribution of marine terraces since the last interglacial
  • Review on the about age and distribution of marine terraces since the last interglacial in 22 areas of the world excluding Japan.
  • Age et mise en place du volcanisme du massif du Coiron (Ardèche)
  • Age miocène supérieur, sur une longue période (entre 62 et 6,9 M.A.). (PE).
  • Glacial sequence near McCall, Idaho: weathering rinds, soil development, morphology, and other relative-age criteria
  • The sequence of glacial deposits near McCall, Idaho, previously assigned to the Pinedale and Bull Lake glaciations, contains deposits of four different ages. These ages are defined by multiple relative-age criteria, including weathering rinds, soil
  • Ages of fault scarps, as well as those other types of transport-limited slopes, can be estimated by comparing their morphology with the morphology of scarps of known age. Age estimates are derived by fitting the scarp profiles to synthetic profiles
  • generated using a diffusion equation or, alternatively, by classification using a linear discriminant function. The usefulness of morphology-derived age estimates depends on the relative importance of non-age-related morphologic variation. Data from more
  • than 200 scarp profiles demonstrate that morphologic variation not related to scarp age can introduce significant uncertainties into morphology-derived age estimates.
  • Age and paleoclimatic significance of the Stansbury shoreline of Lake Bonneville, northeastern Great Basin
  • The AA. present new data on the geomorphology, stratigraphic position, and age of the Stansbury shoreline. In addition, they offer a paleoclimatic hypothesis to explain the Stansbury oscillation.
  • Age of volcanism and rifting in southwestern Ethiopia
  • Field data and K-Ar isotopic ages from southwestern Ethiopia indicate that volcanism in this area began earlier than previously suspected, and that Quaternary volcanism was not restricted to the axial zone. That major rifting in this region did
  • Use of multiparameter relative-age methods for age estimation and correlation of alluvial fan surfaces on a desert piedmont, eastern Mojave Desert, California
  • Uranium-series age estimates and paleoclimatic significance of pleistocene tufas from the Lahontan Basin, California and Nevada
  • The AA. report data on the distribution of the isotopes of uranium and thorium in water and sediment from two drainage systems in the Lahontan Basin. These data are used to perform model calculations of ages of tufa samples from the Lahontan Basin
  • . The calculated ages are then used to construct a tentative lake-level chronology for both the Walker lake and Pyramid Lake subbasins.
  • Age dating and the orbital theory of the ice ages : development of a high-resolution 0 to 300,000-year chronostratigraphy
  • A comment on certain multivariate techniques used in the analysis of late Quaternary relative age data
  • Lithospheric aging instability and subduction
  • Age of Tunica Hills (Louisiana-Mississipi) quaternary fossiliferous creek deposits| problems of radiocarbon dates and intermediate valley terraces in coastal plains
  • Origin and age of inselbergs
  • Age subactuel des dernières manifestations éruptives du Mont Dore et du Cézallier
  • Palaeoclimatology before our ice age in Climatic variations and variability: facts and theories.
  • The formation and age of ice in caves
  • Origin, age and movement of pore water in argilleous Quaternary deposits at four sites in southwestern Ontario
  • Age profiles in elephant and mammoth bone assemblages
  • Age profiles of modern African elephant populations are significantly affected by drought conditions that cause local die-offs. Subadult animals die in proportions that may be nearly twice what is recorded in live populations. Such biasing of death
  • sample age profiles might also have occurre during late Pleistocene die-offs of Mammuthus. This comparative study of modern and fossil proboscidean age structures supports a tentative interpretation that late Pleistocene extinction of Mammuthus (at least