HANNAH Mike J

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  • Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand - ROR 0040r6f76

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  • Chronostratigraphic constrains for sediment core AND1-1B

    Tipo Dataset Classe Dati Geologici (terrestri e marini)

    Data di rilascio Gennaio 1, 2009, 00:00 (UTC)

    Autori NAISH Tim R POWELL Ross LEVY Richard H WILSON Gary S SCHERER Reed P TALARICO Franco M KRISSEK Lawrence A NIESSEN Frank POMPILIO Massimo Nicola WILSON Terry CARTER Lionel DECONTO Robert M HUYBERS Peter MCKAY Robert M POLLARD David ROSS J WINTER Diane M BARRETT Peter J BROWNE G CODY Rosemary COWAN Ellen A CRAMPTON James DUNBAR Gavin B DUNBAR Nelia W FLORINDO Fabio GEBHARDT Catalina GRAHAM I J HANNAH Mike J HANSARAJ D HARWOOD David M HELLING D HENRYS Stuart A HINNOV Linda A KUHN Gerhard KYLE Philip R LäUFER Andreas MAFFIOLI P MAGENS Diana MANDERNACK Kevin W MCINTOSH W C MILLAN C MORIN Roger H OHNEISER Christian PAULSEN Timothy S PERSICO Davide RAINE James Ian REED J RIESSELMAN Christina R SAGNOTTI Leonardo SCHMITT Douglas R SJUNNESKOG Charlotte STRONG P TAVIANI Marco VOGEL Stefan WILCH T WILLIAMS Trevor

    Thirty years after oxygen isotope records from microfossils deposited in ocean sediments confirmed the hypothesis that variations in the Earth's orbital geometry control the ice...

  • Chronostratigraphy of sediment core CRP-2/2A

    Tipo Dataset Classe Dati Geologici (terrestri e marini)

    Data di rilascio Gennaio 1, 2000, 00:00 (UTC)

    Autori WILSON Gary S BOHATY Steven M FIELDING Christopher R FLORINDO Fabio HANNAH Mike J HARWOOD David M MCINTOSH W C NAISH Tim R ROBERTS Andrew P. SAGNOTTI Leonardo SCHERER Reed P STRONG C Percy VEROSUB Kenneth Lee VILLA Giuliana WATKINS David K WEBB Peter-Noel WOOLFE Ken

    The 624.15 m glaciomarine sedimentary succession recovered in the CRP-2/2A drillcore comprises lower Oligocene (1000 m/m.y.). Between 306.65 mbsf and the bottom of the drillcore...