Past Antarctica

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  • Author : Marc Oliva i Franganillo
  • Publisher : Academic Press
  • Pages : 301 pages
  • ISBN : 9780128179253
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Past Antarctica

Past Antarctica
  • Author : Marc Oliva i Franganillo,Jesus Ruiz Fernandez
  • Publisher : Academic Press
  • Release : 01 June 2020
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Past Antarctica: Paleoclimatology and Climate Change presents research on the past and present of Antarctica in reference to its current condition, including considerations for effects due to climate change. Experts in the field explore key topics, including environmental changes, human colonization and present environmental trends. Addressing a wide range of fields, including the biosphere, geology and biochemistry, the book offers geographers, climatologists and other Earth scientists a vital resource that is beneficial to an understanding of Antarctica, its history and

Past Antarctica

Past Antarctica
  • Author : Marc Oliva,Jesus Ruiz Fernandez
  • Publisher : Academic Press
  • Release : 04 June 2020
GET THIS BOOK Past Antarctica

Past Antarctica: Paleoclimatology and Climate Change presents research on the past and present of Antarctica in reference to its current condition, including considerations for effects due to climate change. Experts in the field explore key topics, including environmental changes, human colonization and present environmental trends. Addressing a wide range of fields, including the biosphere, geology and biochemistry, the book offers geographers, climatologists and other Earth scientists a vital resource that is beneficial to an understanding of Antarctica, its history and

Exploring the Last Continent

Exploring the Last Continent
  • Author : Daniela Liggett,Bryan Storey,Yvonne Cook,Veronika Meduna
  • Publisher : Springer
  • Release : 29 September 2015
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This multi-disciplinary book will cater to students and those who want to have a more critical look behind the scenes of Antarctic science. This book will take a systems approach to providing insights into Antarctic ecosystems and the geophysical environment. Further, the book will link these insights to a discussion of current issues, such as climate change, bio prospecting, environmental management and Antarctic politics. It will be written and edited by experienced Antarctic researchers and scientists from a wide range

Encyclopedia of the Antarctic

Encyclopedia of the Antarctic
  • Author : Beau Riffenburgh
  • Publisher : Taylor & Francis
  • Release : 03 December 2021
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Antarctica is the only major part of the Earth's landmass not directly governed by one nation, but under the control of a treaty, with a multitude of acceding nations. This reference brings together large quantities of information on the wide variety of factors, issues, and individuals influencing and relating to the Antarctic.

Understanding Present and Past Arctic Environments

Understanding Present and Past Arctic Environments
  • Author : Neloy Khare
  • Publisher : Elsevier
  • Release : 20 August 2021
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Understanding Present and Past Arctic Environments: An Integrated Approach from Climate Change Perspectives provides a fully comprehensive overview of the past, present and future outlook for this incredibly diverse and important region. Through a series of contributed chapters, the book explores changes to this environment that are attributed to the effects of climate change. The book explores the current effects climate change has had on Arctic environments and ecosystems, our current understanding of the effects climate change is having, the

Exploration of Subsurface Antarctica

Exploration of Subsurface Antarctica
  • Author : M.J. Siegert,S.S.R. Jamieson,D.A. White
  • Publisher : Geological Society of London
  • Release : 08 January 2018
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Our appreciation of glaciological processes in Antarctica suffers from a lack of observations in regions where numerical models indicate the ice sheet to be susceptible to ocean and/or atmospheric warming. The solution lies in the use and development of glacier geophysics. In this volume we present a series of papers that demonstrate how geophysics can be deployed in Antarctica to comprehend: (1) boundary conditions that influence ice flow such as subglacial topography, the distribution of basal water and ice-sheet rheology; (2)

Antarctica

Antarctica
  • Author : David W. H. Walton
  • Publisher : Cambridge University Press
  • Release : 28 March 2013
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Antarctica is the coldest and driest continent on Earth – a place for adventure and a key area for global science. Research conducted there has received increasing international attention due to concerns over destruction of the ozone layer and the problem of global warming and melting ice shelves. This dramatically illustrated new book brings together an international group of leading Antarctic scientists to explain why the Antarctic is so central to understanding the history and potential fate of our planet. It

Tectonic Climatic and Cryospheric Evolution of the Antarctic Peninsula

Tectonic  Climatic  and Cryospheric Evolution of the Antarctic Peninsula
  • Author : John B. Anderson,Julia S. Wellner
  • Publisher : John Wiley & Sons
  • Release : 02 May 2013
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Published by the American Geophysical Union as part of theSpecial Publications Series. Tectonic, Climatic, and Cryospheric Evolution of the AntarcticPeninsula presents the analysis of data collected during theSHALDRIL program, which sampled the most complete Cenozoicstratigraphic section in the Antarctic Peninsula. The stratigraphicintervals sampled fill major gaps in the existing stratigraphicrecord in the region, which is believed to have been the last placein Antarctica to become fully glaciated and, as such, the lastrefugium for plants and animals living on the continent.

Stay The Last Dog In Antarctica

Stay  The Last Dog In Antarctica
  • Author : Jesse Blackadder
  • Publisher : HarperCollins Australia
  • Release : 01 July 2013
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'...into the annals of modern polar history strays another character - part legend, part myth, part fibreglass. She is STAY.' THE AGE Left alone on the streets of Hobart to collect money for the Royal Guide Dogs of tasmania, a Labrador called Girl tries to make the best of it. Her dreams of adventure can never come true though, as she is, after all, made of fibreglass. But then one night some rowdy Antarctic expeditioners walk past her on