Atlantis Advances in Quaternary Science
The Atlantis Series "Advances in Quaternary Science" publishes monographs and edited volumes. Subjects covered focus on advances in a broad range of Quaternary related topics within the fields of geomorphology, geology, biology, geochronology, and archaeology. The series includes volumes focused on aspects of glaciation and sea level change, the development and application of Quaternary geo-chronological methods, records of climate change from marine and terrestrial settings and regionally focused reviews of Quaternary history.
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”Glacial Geomorphology. Mapping and Interpretation for Glacier and Ice Sheet Reconstructions", Prof. David J.A. Evans and Dr. Christopher R. Stokes (Spring 2014).