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Earth Sciences & Geography - Geology | Glaciations in North and South America from the Miocene to the Last Glacial… - Comparisons, (Reviews)

Glaciations in North and South America from the Miocene to the Last Glacial Maximum

Comparisons, Linkages and Uncertainties

Rutter, N., Coronato, A., Helmens, K., Rabassa, J., Zárate, M.

2012, XIII, 67 p. 18 illus., 13 illus. in color.

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“The authors succeeded in presenting an up-to-date state-of-the-art summary of the (extra-tropical) glaciations of South and North America. … The text is clear and easy to understand, the figures explain the basic items. … For all who are involved in Quaternary research in the Americas (in extra-tropical regions) it presents a state-of-the-art report, new research results, and emerging topics of hemispheric glacial correlations, since during the recent years improved dating methods have increased the ability to more precisely determine the timing and durations of glaciations.” (Klaus Heine, Zeitschrift für Geomorphologie, Vol. 57 (4), 2013)



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