Effects of past global change on life /

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Corporate Authors: National Research Council (U.S.). Board on Earth Sciences and Resources., NetLibrary, Inc.
Format: eBook
Published: Washington, D.C. : National Academy Press, 1995.
Series:Studies in geophysics
Online Access:CONNECT
Table of Contents:
  • Oxygen and Proterozoic evolution : an update / Andrew H. Knoll and Heinrich D. Holland
  • Impact of late Ordovician glaciation-deglaciation on marine life / W.B.N. Berry, M.S. Quinby-Hunt, and P. Wilde
  • Global change leading to biodiversity crisis in a greenhouse world : the Cenomanian-Turonian(Cretaceous) mass extinction / Earle G. Kauffman
  • Cretaceous-Tertiary (K/T) mass extinction : effect of global change on Calcareous microplankton / Gerta Keller and Katharina v. Salis Perch-Nielsen
  • Terminal Paleocene mass extinction in the deep sea : association with global warming / James P. Kennett and Lowell D. Stott
  • Tropical climate stability and implications for the distribution of life / Eric J. Barron
  • Neogene ice age in the North Atlantic region : climatic changes, biotic effects, and forcing factors / Steven M. Stanley and William F. Ruddiman
  • The response of hierarchically structured ecosystems to long-term climatic change : a case study using tropical peat swamps of Pennsylvanian age / William A. DiMichele and Tom L. Phillips
  • The late Cretaceous and Cenozoic history of vegetation and climate at northern and southern high latitudes : a comparison / Rosemary A. Askin and Robert A. Spicer
  • The impact of climatic changes on the development of the Australian flora / David C. Christophel
  • Global climatic influence on Cenozoic land mammal faunas / S. David Webb and Neil D. Opdyke
  • Biotic responses to temperature and salinity changes during last deglaciation, Gulf of Mexico / Benjamin P. Flower and James P. Kennett
  • Pollen records of late Quaternary vegetation change : plant community rearrangements and evolutionary implications / Thompson Webb III
  • Climatic forcing and the origin of the human genus / Steven M. Stanley.