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Palynology
palynology
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PDF pages: 174, PDF size: 10.85 MB
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Palynological Study Landscape Change During
palynological study landscape change during
. pollen in my samples and in other aspects of the palynological research. Mark Lycett and Kathleen Morrison provided the pollen samples.

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Palynological Characteristics Of The Neogene Of Western Poland The
palynological characteristics of the neogene of western poland the
.-Bobrowska (1970), wh/o based it on so far conducted palynological analyses of the younger Tertiary and on a consecutive abundant.

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PDF pages: 158, PDF size: 7.71 MB
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Palynological Analysis Of Tiger And Trinity Shoals, Louisiana
palynological analysis of tiger and trinity shoals, louisiana
CHAPTER 1 INTRODUCTION AND GEOLOGIC BACKGROUND Previous research on Holocene Mississippi River deltaic deposits has shown that the current delta plain and associated shelf geomorphic features like barrier island chains and submerged shoals, formed as a result of cyclic delta-building events. The Mississippi has changed course multiple times in the Holocene, each time building a new delta complex. Frazier (1967) identified six major Mississippi delta complexes that have been deposited during the past 7,500.

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PDF pages: 105, PDF size: 14.4 MB
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Palynology, Age, Correlation, And Paleoclimatology From Japex
palynology, age, correlation, and paleoclimatology from japex
1), penetrated gas hydrate (Bily and Dick, 1974). The geological, geochemical, geophysical, and engineering properties associated with this gas-hydrate accumulation were investigated in February–March 1998 by geophysical surveys and by the subsequent drilling and analysis of the JAPEX/JNOC/GSC Mallik 2L-38 well (6927′40.71”N, 13439′30.37”W, total depth 1150 m), located only 150 m from the original Mallik L-38 well. All depths are measured from the kelly bushing, 8.31 m above sea level (Ohara et al., 1999)..

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