Looks at the fossil plant history of Antarctica and its relationship to the global record of environmental and climate change.The vegetation covering the slopes of the valley is suggested to have been tundra-like, and mostly barren with patches of ... In the east of East Antarctica the ice sheet is recorded to have retreated some 450 km inland (Liu et al., 2010) and ... sediments are beset by problems of reworking of microfossils (Truswell et al., 2005).
|Title||:||The Vegetation of Antarctica Through Geological Time|
|Author||:||David J. Cantrill, Imogen Poole|
|Publisher||:||Cambridge University Press - 2012-11-22|