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Record #73649:

The Antarctic ice sheet: an analog for northern hemisphere paleo-ice sheets? / Terence J. Hughes, George H. Denton, James L. Fastook.

Title: The Antarctic ice sheet: an analog for northern hemisphere paleo-ice sheets? / Terence J. Hughes, George H. Denton, James L. Fastook.
Author(s): Hughes, Terence J.
Denton, George H.
Fastook, James L.
Date: 1985.
Publisher: Boston, MA: Allen and Unwin
In: Models in geomorphology. (1985.),
Abstract: Discusses this hypothesis, drawing from earlier evidence. Proposes that northern hemisphere ice sheets had trimodal response to sea level, precipitation, and summer temperature, whereas Antarctic ice sheet had bimodal response to sea level and precipitation.
Notes:

In: Models in geomorphology / Michael J. Woldenberg, ed.

Keywords: 551.338 -- Ice ages, theories of causation.
E7 -- Glaciology: glacial geology and ice ages.
(*7) -- Antarctic regions.
(*3) -- Arctic regions.
SPRI record no.: 73649

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