Earth's Glacial Record (World and Regional Geology) by M. Deynoux, J. M. G. Miller, E. W. Domack, N. Eyles, I.

By M. Deynoux, J. M. G. Miller, E. W. Domack, N. Eyles, I. Fairchild, G. M. Young

Glacial deposits supply a long term checklist of weather and sea point alterations in the world. distinctive examine of sedimentary rocks deposited in the course of and instantly after glacial episodes is paramount to exact palaeoclimatic reconstructions and for our figuring out of world climatic and eustatic adjustments. This publication offers new info and interpretations of the traditional glacial list, taking a look specifically on the past due Proterozoic and past due Paleozoic eras. The effect of worldwide tectonics at the origins and distribution of ice plenty and the nature of glacial deposits via geologic time is emphasized. series stratigraphic ideas are utilized to glaciogenic successions, and reasons for attainable low-latitude glaciation in the course of the past due Proterozoic period and the organization of carbonate deposits with glaciogenic rocks are recommend. Early interglacial stipulations, represented through darkish gray mudrocks and ice keel scour positive aspects are mentioned. those experiences, from key staff in overseas Geological Correlation software venture 260, will relief the certainty of the Earth's climatic heritage.

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