Global continental palaeohydrology

K. J. Gregory, L. Starkel, Victor Baker

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Abstract

This volume provides a background for an international research project on global continental palaeohydrology over the last 20 000 yr established as a Commission by INQUA, in 1991. Following an introductory chapter the remaining 13 chapters are organised in three sections: part I contains six chapters on particular aspects of change relevant to global palaeohydrology of continental areas, such as the impact of large ice sheets on continental palaeohydrology, vegetation and lake level change, human activity and palaeohydrology; in part II five chapters review the state of knowledge in the four major zones identified for the purposes of the research project, ie the humid tropics, arid and semi-arid regions, the temperate zone, and polar and subpolar regions; the concluding part contains a section on a database for global continental palaeohydrology, and an outline research programme. -G.E.Hodgson

Original languageEnglish (US)
Title of host publicationGlobal continental palaeohydrology
PublisherWiley
ISBN (Print)0471954209, 9780471954200
StatePublished - Jan 1 1995
Externally publishedYes

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paleohydrology
humid tropics
lake level
semiarid region
research program
ice sheet
human activity

ASJC Scopus subject areas

  • Environmental Science(all)
  • Earth and Planetary Sciences(all)

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Gregory, K. J., Starkel, L., & Baker, V. (1995). Global continental palaeohydrology. In Global continental palaeohydrology Wiley.

Global continental palaeohydrology. / Gregory, K. J.; Starkel, L.; Baker, Victor.

Global continental palaeohydrology. Wiley, 1995.

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Gregory, KJ, Starkel, L & Baker, V 1995, Global continental palaeohydrology. in Global continental palaeohydrology. Wiley.
Gregory KJ, Starkel L, Baker V. Global continental palaeohydrology. In Global continental palaeohydrology. Wiley. 1995
Gregory, K. J. ; Starkel, L. ; Baker, Victor. / Global continental palaeohydrology. Global continental palaeohydrology. Wiley, 1995.
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