Natural Environmental Change: The Last 3 Million Years

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2.1 The geological time scale 17
2.2 The Quaternary period and its subdivisions 25
5.1 Various types of glacial deposits 66
5.2 A summary of environmental change over the last 200K years, from Owen’s Lake, California 73
5.3 The vegetation changes in East Anglia, UK, during the Hoxnian interglacial stage 74
5.4 Environmental changes of the last 12K years in Moore Lake, Alberta, Canada 76
6.1 Climatic reconstructions for Patagonia, based on tree-ring data 97
7.1 A comparison of conditions in the Iceland Sea (based on core 57-5) during the last four interglacial stages 110
7.2 Late glacial and Holocene environmental change, as indicated by marine sediments from the northern Norwegian Sea 112
7.3 The late Quaternary stratigraphy of Siberia in relation to that of Northern Europe 114
7.4 A summary of the environmental changes recorded in the sediments of Lake Lama, south-western Taymyr Peninsula, central Siberia, over the last 17K years 116
7.5 A summary of environmental change over the last 2.5×106 years in the Mackenzie Mountains, Northwest Territories, Canada 118
8.1 The glacial/interglacial Quaternary history of Mt Olympus, Greece 127
8.2 Generalised Holocene environmental change in the Pampas of Argentina 140
8.3 A summary of environmental change in Tasmania and western Victoria during the late Quaternary 143
9.1 Environmental change in the Nilgiris montane region, southern India, during the last c. 40K years 151

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