Week 9 Course Material
- Weekly Course Reading: CH. 4 Biological Evidence (pdf)
- Discussion 7: B. Smith; Thoms, E. (ed.), 2005. Neotectonics of the Central Alaska Range: A Guidebook for the 2005 Alaska Cell – Friends of the Pleistocene Field Trip, 2005 Alaska Cell Friends of the Pleistocene Field Trip Guidebook, 47 pp.
- Lecture 17 digital presentation (pptx)
Discussion 8: L. Garcia; Ruddiman, W.F., 1977. Late Quaternary deposition of ice-rafted sand in the subpolar North Atlantic (lat 40° to 65°N) in GSA Bulletin, v. 88, p. 1813-1827 (pdf)
- Manz, 19xx. In-situ Cosmogenic Nuclides*: Their Role in Studying the Age and Evolution of Landscapes, or What As Old as the Hills Really Means in NGDS Newsletter, v. 29, no. 1, p. 1-5
- Gosse and Phillips, 2001. Terrestrial in situ cosmogenic nuclides: theory and application in QSR, v. 20, p. 1475-1560.
- Philibosian, B., K. Sieh, J.-P. Avouac, D. H. Natawidjaja, H.-W. Chiang, C.-C. Wu, H. Perfettini, C.-C. Shen, M. R. Daryono, and B. W. Suwargadi, 2014. Rupture and variable coupling behavior of the Mentawai segment of the Sunda megathrust during the supercycle culmination of 1797 to 1833 Journal of Geophysical Research, Solid Earth, v. 119, 7258–7287, doi:10.1002/ 2014JB011200.
- Yi, S., 2011. Holocene Vegetation Responses to East Asian Monsoonal Changes in South Korea, Climate Change – Geophysical Foundations and Ecological Effects, Dr Juan Blanco (Ed.), ISBN: 978-953-307- 419-1, InTech, Available from: http://www.intechopen.com/books/climate-change-geophysical-foundationsand-ecological-effects/holocene-vegetation-responses-to-east-asian-monsoonal-changes-in-south-korea