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New Perspectives on the Old Red Sandstone
The Geological Society of London is the UK national society for geoscience, providing support to over 11, members in the UK and overseas. Founded in , we are the oldest geological society in the world. Much of the earlier reconnaissance work is now being reviewed in the light of further detailed field study, along with new developments in the understanding of the biostratigraphy, palaeobiology, geochronolgy, pedogenesis and tectonics.
Three general papers review recent work on the stratigraphical and chronological analysis of the Late Silurian, Devonian and Early Carboniferous strata, and summarise present understanding of the tectonics of the basins. Readership:Research workers in industry and academic researchers interested in the Atlantic borderland evolution. Principal authors: M. Friend, University of Cambridge, UK. Vermeulen, Chevron Oil, UK. Pracht, Geological Survey of Ireland, Ireland.
BGC Berkeley Geochronology Center: Publications by BGC scientists
Higgs, University College Cork, Ireland. Hillier, Pembrokeshire, UK. Edwards, Cardiff University, UK.
Love, ExxonMobil International Ltd. Owen, University of Wales, UK. Faulted terrace risers place new constraints on the late Quarternary slip rate for the central Altyn Tagh fault, Northwest Tibet. Huber, C. A lattice Boltzmann model for noble gas diffusion in solids: The importance of domain shape and diffusive anisotropy and implications for thermochronometry. Holden, N. CHEM, Irmis, R. Martinez, R.
Mulcahy, S. Structural evolution of a composite middle to lower crustal section: The Sierra de Pie de Palo, northwest Argentina. Rovey II, C. Uhen, M. Significant increase in relief of the European Alps during mid-Pleistocene glaciations. Absolute chronology for major Pleistocene advances of the Laurentide Ice Sheet. Behr, W.
Brownlee, S. Courtillot, V. An early Australopithecus afarensis postcranium from Woranso-Mille, Ethiopia.
New Perspectives on the Old Red Sandstone (Geological Society Special Publication)
Jarbo, N. Memeti, V. Magmatic lobes as "snapshots" of magma chamber growth and evolution in large, composite batholiths: An example from the Tuolumne intrusion, Sierra Nevada, California. Mundil, R. The Triassic timescale: new constraints and a review of geochronological data. Schildgen, T. A record of impacts preserved in the lunar regolith. Production rate of cosmogenic 21Ne in quartz estimated from 10Be, 26Al, and 21Ne concentrations in slowly eroding Antarctic bedrock surfaces.
Chang, S. Cirilli, S. Feinber, J. Age constraints on alleged "footprints" preserved in the Xalnene Tuff near Puebla, Mexico. Flowers, R. Early Lunar Magnetism. Glen, J. Magnetostratigraphic correlations of Permian-Triassic marine-to-terrestrial sections from China.
Journal of Asian Earth Sciences, Metcalfe, I. Archaeological age constraints from extrusion ages of obsidian: Examples from the Middle Awash, Ethiopia. Reiners, P. Thermochronology and landscape evolution. The influence of artificial radiation damage and thermal annealing on helium diffusion kinetics in apatite.
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Bergstrom, S. Implications of a new, biostratigraphically well-controlled, radio-isotopic age for the lower Telychian Stage of the Llandovery Series lower Silurian, Sweden. Colgan, J. Two-phase Neogene extension in the northwestern Basin and Range recorded in a single thermochronology sample. Hart, W.
- Accretion Disks - New Aspects.
- Water Reuse in Brazil: A Strategic Reference, 2006.
- Publications by BGC scientists?
Volcanic record of the Adu-Asa formation. Woldegabriel Eds. Berkeley: University of California Press. Jourdan, F. Kuiper, K. Synchronizing the rock clocks of Earth history. Lin, W.
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Simon, J. Implications of pre-eruptive magmatic histories of zircons for U-Pb geochronology of silicic extrusions. Vogel, N, and Renne, P. Fekiacova, Z. Florindo, F. Levine, J.
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