Earth's orbital parameters and cycle stratigraphy [chapter]

L. A. Hinnov, Felix M. Gradstein, James G. Ogg, Alan G. Smith
A Geologic Time Scale 2004  
in prep.), Orbitally forced global glaciations in greenhouse and icehouse times , Part 1-Revisiting the geographic theory, for American Journal of Science. Hinnov, L.A., and Fischer, A.G. (in prep.), Orbitally forced global glaciations in greenhouse and icehouse times, Part 2 -Evidence from the Phanerozoic, for American Journal of Science. Hinnov, L.A., Preto, N., and Hardie, L.A (in prep.), Multiple-component orbital forcing of a Middle Triassic carbonate platform, for Earth and Planetary
more » ... and Planetary Science Letters. Hinnov, L.A., Elrick, M., and Read, J.F. (in prep.), New Zealand deep shelf sedimentation, western equatorial Atlantic stable isotope curves, and Oligocene-Miocene eustasy, for Journal of Sedimentary Research. Hinnov, L.A., Elrick, M., and Read, J.F. (in prep.), Sub-Milankovitch modes in New Zealand deep shelf sedimentation: implications for Oligocene-Miocene eustasy, for Geology. Hinnov, L.A. (in prep.), Obliquity-precession phasing in the SPECMAP isotope records and limitations of the SPECMAP chronology, for Quaternary Science Reviews. Hinnov, L.A., Cornwell, J., Brush, G., and Hill, J.(in prep.), High resolution stratigraphic record of seasonal anoxia, 1880-1992 A.D., from the mainstem Chesapeake Bay, for Estuaries.
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