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Essays in marine geology in honor of K.O. Emery, University of Southern California.

Author: K O Emery; Thomas Clements; Robert E Stevenson; Dorothy M Halmos; University of Southern California.
Publisher: Los Angeles, University of Southern California Press, 1963.
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Essays in marine geology in honor of K.O. Emery, University of Southern California.
Los Angeles, University of Southern California Press, 1963
(OCoLC)647116673
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: K O Emery; Thomas Clements; Robert E Stevenson; Dorothy M Halmos; University of Southern California.
OCLC Number: 24769
Description: 201 pages illustrations, charts, maps, group portrait 25 cm
Contents: Preface, by G.A. Hancock. --
Dr. Kenneth Orris Emery: an appreciation, by T. Clements. --
Published reports of K.O. Emery. --
Thirty five thousand years of sea level, by F.P. Shepard. --
Coastal erosion, northern Oregon, by J.V. Byrne. --
Pleistocene history of Lake Chapola [i.e. Chapala] Jalisco, Mexico, by T. Clements. --
New evidence for a 40-foot shore line on Oahu, by W.H. Easton. --
Oceanography of Apalachicola Bay, Florida, by D.S. Gorsline. --
Glauconite from the sea floor off southern California, by W.L. Pratt. --
Size relationships of Eggerella advena to sediment and depth of substratum, by J.M. Resig. --
Origin of abode clays in the southwestern portion of the Los Angeles Basin, by J.F. Riccio. --
The summer fogs along the Yorkshire coast, England, by R.E. Stevenson. --
Sediments of the Palos Verdes Shelf, by E. Uchupi and R. Gaal. --
Sediments of the mainland shelf near Santa Barbara, California, by S. Wimberly.
Responsibility: Thomas Clements, editor; Robert E. Stevenson and Dorothy M. Halmos, associate editors.

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