Studies of Cave Sediments: Physical and Chemical Records of Paleoclimate

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Ira D. Sasowsky, John Mylroie
Springer Science & Business Media, 2004 - Science - 329 pages
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This book is for geoscience researchers and students with interests in climate change, paleohydrology, and sedimentology. Studies of Cave Sediments is unique in that it is the first comprehensive volume on cave sediments, provides case-studies from around the world, gives guidance on appropriate applications of techniques, and their limitations, synthesizes methods that can be used to decipher complex deposits, and includes chemical deposits (speleothems) as well as clastic sediments.
 

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Contents

LITHOFACIES AND TRANSPORT OF CLASTIC SEDIMENTS
1
CAVE SEDIMENTS AND DENUDED CAVERNS IN THE LASKI
8
SEDIMENT AND SEDIMENTASSOCIATED CONTAMINANT
23
PALAEOMAGNETIC ANALYSIS OF SEDIMENTS ON THE BUCHAN
47
PALEOMAGNETIC ANALYSIS OF A LONGTERM SEDIMENT
71
READING VIRGINIAS PALEOCLIMATE FROM
95
GLACIALLYINFLUENCED SEDIMENT CYCLES IN THE LIME
109
PALEOCLIMATE RECORDS FROM SPELEOTHEMS IN LIMESTONE
135
INFLUENCE OF DEPOSITIONAL ENVIRONMENT ON DEVILS
227
SPELEOTHEMS FROM THE HIGHALPINE SPANNAGEL CAVE
243
ISOTOPE STAGE 11 THE SUPERINTERGLACIAL FROM
257
ESTABLISHING A SPELEOTHEM CHRONOLOGY
273
SILICATES IN CARBONATE SPELEOTHEMS GUADALUPE
303
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