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Development of hyperspectral thermal remote sensing for geologic applicationsTaranik, James۱; Riley, Dean۲; Hackwell, John۳; Vaughan, Greg۴; Aslett, Zan۱GSI.IRGIS & Remote sensingInternational Geological Congress,oslo 2008
Vertical motions of East Greenland: Impact of erosion, deposition, paleodrainage, and isostasyMedvedev, Sergei; Hartz, Ebbe; Faleide, Jan Inge; Podladchikov, YuriGSI.IRTectonic & SeismotectonicInternational Geological Congress,oslo 2008
The "passive" margins of the North Atlantic - revisiting the geological evidence of uplift and subsidenceAnell, Ingrid; Thybo, Hans; Irina, ArtemievaGSI.IRTectonic & SeismotectonicInternational Geological Congress,oslo 2008
Cenozoic uplift around the North and South AtlanticJapsen, Peter۱; Bonow, Johan M.۱; Green, Paul F.۲; Chalmers, James A.۱; Lidmar-Bergstrِm, Karna۳GSI.IRTectonic & SeismotectonicInternational Geological Congress,oslo 2008
Timing of uplift of the Scandinavian mountains constrained by the offshore sedimentary record(not set)GSI.IRTectonic & SeismotectonicInternational Geological Congress,oslo 2008
Horizontal compression and stress concentration at passive margins: Causes, consequences, and episodicityCobbold, PeterGSI.IRTectonic & SeismotectonicInternational Geological Congress,oslo 2008
Geoscience for sustainable development in ChinaDr. Zhang , Hongtao; Jiang, ShijinGSI.IROtherInternational Geological Congress,oslo 2008
Experiences of the BGS in capacity building and development projectsOvadia, DavidGSI.IROtherInternational Geological Congress,oslo 2008
Mainstreaming geoscience for sustainable development - the Malaysian experienceYunus, Razak۱; Pereira, Joy۲GSI.IROtherInternational Geological Congress,oslo 2008
Geoscience for sustainable future in east and southeast Aia - the role of CCOPChun, Hee-YoungGSI.IROtherInternational Geological Congress,oslo 2008
Communicating environmental geoscience - Australian communication pathwaysSimpson, ColinGSI.IROtherInternational Geological Congress,oslo 2008
Sedimentary facies and landform formation at the margins of polar glaciersFitzsimons, SeanGSI.IRSedimentologyInternational Geological Congress,oslo 2008
Formation, evolution and geomorphological context of Himalayan moraine dams: Mount Everest region, NepalHambrey, Michael۱; Quincey, Duncan۱; Glasser, Neil۱; Richardson, Shaun۱; Reynolds, John۲GSI.IRSedimentologyInternational Geological Congress,oslo 2008
Ice-marginal deposits of a surging tide-water glacier - a study of terrestrial and subsea landformsKristensen, Lene۱; Benn, Douglas۱; Humlum, Ole۲; Ottesen, Dag۳; Christiansen, Hanne۱GSI.IRSedimentologyInternational Geological Congress,oslo 2008
Quantification of sediment transport during glacier surges and its impact on landform architectureKjوr, Kurt H.۱; Korsgaard, Niels J.۱; Benediktsson, Ivar ضrn۲; Schomacker, Anders۲GSI.IRSedimentologyInternational Geological Congress,oslo 2008
Rethinking the physical evidence for Arctic warm periods: When do trees, sea ice, and ice sheets make sense?Brigham-Grette, JulieGSI.IROtherInternational Geological Congress,oslo 2008
Clay mineral assemblages of the bottom sediments from the Arctic ocean as an indicators of paleoclimatic changes during Cenozoic time (IODP Leg 302 data)Krupskaya, Viktoriya۱; Krylov, Alexey۲; Vogt, Christoph۳; Nechitaylo, Aleksandr۴; Borisov, Dmitriy۵; Andreeva, Irina۲; Piloyan, Georgiy۶GSI.IROtherInternational Geological Congress,oslo 2008
Cenozoic Climate History: an Arctic-Antarctic comparison from direct archivesSangiorgi, Francesca۱; Brinkhuis, Henk۱; Schouten, Stefan۲; Reichart, Gert-Jan۱; Sinninghe Damste’, Jaap۲; Florindo, Fabio۳; Harwood, David۴GSI.IROtherInternational Geological Congress,oslo 2008
The ACEX siliceous microfossils: Middle Eocene biogenic silica production and preservation in the central ArcticStickley, Catherine۱; Koc, Nalan۱; Kemp, Alan E.S.۲; Pearce, Richard۲GSI.IROtherInternational Geological Congress,oslo 2008
A dynamic Cenozoic Arctic OceanMoran, Kathryn۱; Backman, Jan۲; Mayer, Larry۳GSI.IROtherInternational Geological Congress,oslo 2008