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  • CLIMATE MODELS IN PALAEOCLIMATIC RECONSTRUCTION
  • Palaeoclimatic inferences from former glaciers in Scotland and the Lake District
  • QUATERNARY PLANT FOSSILS FROM THE JEBEL MARRA VOLCANIC COMPLEX AND THEIR PALAEOCLIMATIC INTERPRETATION
  • Postglacial palaeoclimatic changes in Scandinavia and central Europe. A tentative correlation based on studies of lake level fluctuations
  • A method for palaeoclimatic reconstruction in palynology based on multivariate time-series analysis
  • A model is tested basing on radiocarbon dated field evidence from various river systems. Conclusions on palaeoclimatic periods humid as today and more humid than at present within the Namib as well as more arid than at present in the hinterland
  • are deduced from geomorphic findings. The arranged relief types themselves came into existence only as a result of climatic changes. Only locally effective palaeoclimatic events can be separated readily from regionally effective ones. More humid than
  • Upper Cenozoic of the Southern North Sea basin: palaeoclimatic and palaeogeographic evolution
  • Palaeoclimatic inferences from Loch Lomond Advance glaciers in Studies in the Lateglacial of North-West Europe.
  • Beobachtungen und Bemerkungen zum alten Dünengürtel der Sahelzone südlich der Sahara als paläoklimatischer Anzeiger. (Observations and remarks on the old dune belts of the Sahel. South of the Sahara as a palaeoclimatic indicator)
  • Geology and palaeontology of Pleistocene sediments at Punta Hermengo area (Miramar, Province of Buenos Aires, Argentina): some palaeoclimatic aspects in Quaternary of South America Antarctic peninsula. Volume 1.
  • Recent studies carried out independently in Belgium and in south-western France have provided detailed palaeoclimatic sequences for the Upper Palaeolithic in the two regions. The confrontation of those regional sequences, obtained using totally
  • The AA. consider the palaeoclimatic implications of speleothem growth frequency in the British Iles during the last 220 000 yr, and interpret the results with respect to the recognized stages and substages of the British Quaternary. The speleothem
  • The paleogeographic and particularly palaeoclimatic evolution in the Congo at the end of the Quaternary has been investigated thoroughly with a study of grain surfaces using the scanning electron miscroscope. The succession of distinct
  • and palaeoclimatic implications of Loch Lomond Stadial glaciers. Landscape evolution in the Glen Roy area and links between deglaciation, unloading, faulting, earthquakes and landslides. The paper includes a complete list of Sissons'publications.