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|Additional Physical Format:||Online version:
Quaternary geology of the United States.
Reno, Nev. : Desert Research Institute, c2003
|Material Type:||Government publication, State or province government publication|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Don J Easterbrook; International Association for Quaternary Research. Congress; University and Community College System of Nevada. Desert Research Institute.
|Notes:||"XVI INQUA Congress."|
|Description:||iv, 438 p. : ill., maps ; 28 cm.|
|Contents:||Marine terraces, sea level history and Quaternary tectonics of the San Andreas fault on the coast of California --
Quaternary giology of the western United States --
Quaternary straitigraphy, geomorphology, soils, and alpine archaeology in an alpine-to-plains transect, Colorado Front Range --
Soil geomorphological studies in the Mojave Desert: Impacts of Quaternary tectonics, climate, and rock type on soils, landscapes, and plant community ecology --
The Palouse loess and the Channeled scabland: a paired ice-age geologic system --
Contrasting glacial landscapes created by ice lobes of the southern Laurentide Ice Sheet --
Pliocene to Holocene lakes in the western Great Basin: New perspectives on paleoclimate, landscape dynamics, tectonics, and paleodistribution of aquatic species --
Cenozoic eolian sedimentary systems of the USA midcontinent --
Margin of Laurentide ice to the Atlantic Coastal Plain: Miocene-Pleistocene landscape evolution in the Central Appalachians --
Glacial geology of upper Cook Inlet, Matanuska Glacier and Denali highway, Alaska --
Cordilleran Ice sheet glaciation of the Puget Lowland and Columbia Plateau and alpine glaciation of the North Cascade Range, Washington --
Mountain glaciations of the Sierra Nevada --
Quaternary geology and ecology of the greater Yellowstone area --
The Rocky Mountain glacial model: The Wind River Range, Wyoming --
Quaternary and geomorphic processes and landforms along a traverse across northern New England --
Geo-ubiquity: Chemical, hydrological and physical evolution of coastal terraces near Santa Cruz, California --
Pleistocene and Holocene geomorphology of Marble and Grand Canyons, canyon cutting to adaptive management.
|Other Titles:||INQUA 2003 field guide volume|
|Responsibility:||edited by Don J. Easterbrook.|