The oceans are one of the main driving forces in global change, and the record of Quaternary oceans (as provided by geochemical proxies, sediments and fossils) are one of the key tools in determining the causes (and rates) of climate change. Quaternary paleoceanography is arguably one of the most exciting and vibrant areas of earth science research and the results of this effort have profound implications for our understanding of what is usually termed 'global change'. Roger Francois is one of the world's most respected paleoceanographers. His expertise will be complemented by that of the Kienasts who have expertise in climagology and the Ice Age geological record.
Publisher: John Wiley and Sons Ltd
Number of pages: 208
Dimensions: 244 x 172 mm
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