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Link to Google Scholar page. Thurston, L. Hydrological Processes, e Broadman, E. Multi-proxy evidence for millennial-scale changes in North Pacific Holocene hydroclimate from the Kenai Peninsula lowlands, south-central Alaska.
University of Bern, Switzerland, Geological Sciences, Ph.D., April Surface exposure dating of Antarctica, based on a polar form of glaciolacustrine drift in western Victoria Valley. Geological Society of America Bulletin ,
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For the latest research, check out Tammy’s ResearchGate Page. Roos, C. An kyr record of dune emplacement in relationship to high sea level forcing, Cooloola Sand Mass, Queensland, Australia. Burgette, R. Late Quaternary slip rate of the Central Sierra Madre fault, southern California: Implications for slip partitioning and earthquake hazard. Earth and Planetary Science Letters ,
Geological Society of America (GSA) Bulletin. https:/ Sampling Methods for Luminescence Dating of Subsurface Deposits from Cores. multiple MIS 2 glacial advances in the South Fork Hoh valley, Olympic Mountains, Washington, United States. Rittenour, T.M., Goble, R.J., Blum, M.D.,
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My research interest is to study paleoclimate changes during the last deglaciation through examining loess-paleosol, dune-wetland, and lacustrine-marl successions in mainly Illinois, United State. The objectives of my research are 1 to establish intra-chronozonal climate records at places progressively moving towards the retreating ice margin of the Laurentide Ice Sheet; 2 to understand biogeochemical cycles in these successions for paleoclimate proxy studies.
I use radiometric conventional and accelerator mass spectrometry AMS radiocarbon and optically stimulated luminescence OSL dating technologies for chronology study and use stable isotope geochemistry and other geochemistry and geophysics techniques for developing proxies.
Geology is an earth science concerned with the solid Earth, the rocks of which it is composed, Methods for relative dating were developed when geology first emerged as a natural science. to the American Philosophical Society in a memoir entitled Observations on the Vai, Gian Battista; Cavazza, William ().
Geology can also include the study of the solid features of any terrestrial planet or natural satellite such as Mars or the Moon. Modern geology significantly overlaps all other earth sciences , including hydrology and the atmospheric sciences , and so is treated as one major aspect of integrated earth system science and planetary science. Geology describes the structure of the Earth on and beneath its surface, and the processes that have shaped that structure.
It also provides tools to determine the relative and absolute ages of rocks found in a given location, and also to describe the histories of those rocks. Geology provides the primary evidence for plate tectonics , the evolutionary history of life , and the Earth’s past climates. Geologists use a wide variety of methods to understand the Earth’s structure and evolution, including field work , rock description , geophysical techniques , chemical analysis , physical experiments , and numerical modelling.
In practical terms, geology is important for mineral and hydrocarbon exploration and exploitation, evaluating water resources , understanding of natural hazards , the remediation of environmental problems, and providing insights into past climate change. Geology is a major academic discipline , and it plays an important role in geotechnical engineering. The majority of geological data comes from research on solid Earth materials.
These typically fall into one of two categories: rock and unlithified material. The majority of research in geology is associated with the study of rock, as rock provides the primary record of the majority of the geologic history of the Earth. There are three major types of rock: igneous , sedimentary , and metamorphic.
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regions of Antarctica (e.g., Hicock et al., ;. Sugden and Denton Geological Society of America Bulletin, November/December Rude Spur, and to the for 40Ar/39Ar dating were hand-picked from washed aliquots Glacial geologic map of Circe-Rude Valley (top) and general location map for western Olympus.
Generally landslide dams which exist for several hundreds to thousands of years are considered as stable. We show with an example from the Argentine Andes that such dams can exist for several thousands of years but still may fail catastrophically. This dam erosion coincides with an important climatic shift towards more humid conditions in the Central Andes. This is a preview of subscription content, log in to check access. Rent this article via DeepDyve. Quaternary Research — Bamberger Geographische Schriften — Google Scholar.
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