Physical property changes as a monitor of East Antarctic sedimentation history; first results from ODP Leg 188 (Prydz Bay)

Author(s): Forsberg, C. F.; Gruetzner, Jens; Taylor, B.; Rebesco, M.; Cooper, A. K.; O'Brien, P. E.
Ocean Drilling Program, Leg 188, Shipboard Scientific Party
Author Affiliation(s): Primary:
Norwegian Polar Institute, Troms, Norway
GEOMAR-Forschungszentrum, Federal Republic of Germany
Jacques Whiteford and Associates, Canada
Osservatorio Geofisico Sperimentale, Italy
Stanford University, United States
Australian Geological Survey Organisation, Australia
Volume Title: Understanding planet Earth; searching for a sustainable future; on the starting blocks of the third millennium; abstracts
Volume Author(s): Skilbeck, C. G., editor; Hubble, Thomas C. T.
Source: Abstracts - Geological Society of Australia, Vol.59, p.156; 15th Australian geological convention, Sydney, N.S.W., Australia, July 3-7, 2000, edited by C. G. Skilbeck and Thomas C. T. Hubble. Publisher: Geological Society of Australia, Sydney, N.S.W., Australia. ISSN: 0729-011X
Note: In English
Year of Publication: 2000
Research Program: ODP Ocean Drilling Program
Key Words: 12 Stratigraphy, Historical Geology and Paleoecology; Amery Ice Shelf; Antarctic Ocean; Antarctica; Cenozoic; Continental shelf; Cycles; Depositional environment; East Antarctica; Erosion; Glacial erosion; Lambert Glacier; Leg 188; Lithofacies; Mac Robertson Land; Marine sediments; Milankovitch theory; Miocene; Monitoring; Neogene; ODP Site 1166; ODP Site 1167; Ocean Drilling Program; Pleistocene; Prydz Bay; Quaternary; Sediments; Southern Ocean; Tertiary; Thickness
Coordinates: S662400 S662400 E0721800 E0721700
S674200 S674100 E0744800 E0744700
Record ID: 2003034051
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