XVI INQUA Congress
Session No. 53 Monday, July 28, 2003
1:30 PM-4:30 PM, Reno Hilton Resort and Conference Center: Pavilion

S4. Long Continental Records (Posters)

Ken Verosub, Presiding
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53-132EVOLUTION OF ASIAN DESERTIFICATION SINCE 22 MYR AGO INFERRED FROM EOLIAN DEPOSITS IN CHINA: GUO, Zhengtang1, RUDDIMAN, William F.2, HAO, Qingzhen3, WU, Haibin4, QIAO, Yansong3, ZHU, Rixiang3, PENG, Shuzhen3, WEI, Jianjing3, AN, Zhisheng1, and LIU, Tungsheng3, (1) Institute of Earth Environment, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Xi'an, 710075, China, ztguo@95777.com, (2) Univ Virginia, Clark Hall, Charlottesville, VA 22903-3188, (3) Institute of Geology and Geophysics, Chinese Academy of Sciences, P.O. Box 9825, Beijing, 100029, China, (4) Institute of Earth Environ, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Xi'an, 710075, China
53-233A FINE RESOLUTION PLIOCENE VEGETATON STUDY: YALLALIE, SOUTH-WESTERN AUSTRALIA: ITZSTEIN-DAVEY, Freea Jade, School of Earth and Geographical Sciences, The Univ of Western Australia, M 004, 35 Stirling Highway, Crawley 6009 Australia, freeaitz@geog.uwa.edu.au.
53-334LAKE BIWA SEDIMENTS IN JAPAN: RECORDERS OF GLOBAL PALEOENVIRONMENT AND ISLAND ARC TECTONCIS SINCE PLIOCENE: TAKEMURA, Keiji1, HAYASHIDA, Akira2, NAKAGAWA, Takeshi3, KITAGAWA, Hiroyuki4, YASUDA, Yoshinori5, MEYERS, Philip A.6, and HORIE, Shoji1, (1) Institute for Geothermal Sciences, Kyoto Univ, Noguchibaru, Beppu, 874-0903, Japan, takemura@bep.vgs.kyoto-u.ac.jp, (2) Science and Engineering Research Institute, Doshisha Univ, Kyotanabe, Japan, (3) Institute for Geothermal Sciences, Faculty of Sci, Kyoto Univ, Noguchibaru, Beppu, 874-0903, Japan, (4) Graduate School of Environmental Studies, Nagoya Univ, Furo-cho, Chikusa-ku, Nagoya, 464-8601, Japan, (5) Int'l Rsch Ctr for Japanese Studies, 3-2 Oeyama-cho, Goryo, Nishikyo-ku, Kyoto, 610-1192, Japan, (6) Univ Michigan - Ann Arbor, 425 E University Ave, Ann Arbor, MI 48109-1063
53-435CHANGES IN QUATERNARY FLUVIAL TRANSPORT DIRECTIONS TO MID-HUNGARIAN PLAIN, BASED ON STATISTICAL ANALYSIS OF DETRITAL HEAVY MINERAL COMPOSITION OF SANDS: THAMÓ-BOZSÓ, Edit1, LAJOS, Ó. Kovács2, and KERCSMÁR, Zsolt1, (1) Basin Analysis, Geological Institute of Hungary, Stefánia 14, Budapest, 1143, Hungary, bozso@mafi.hu, (2) Information Centre, Hungarian Geological Survey, Stefánia 14, Budapest, 1143, Hungary
53-536STRATIGRAPHIC ARCHITECTURE AND SEQUENCE STRATRIGRAPHY OF LONG-TERM FLUVIAL RECORDS IN A CONTINENTAL INTERIOR BASIN, E HUNGARY: JUHÁSZ, Györgyi, MÜLLER, Pál, and TÓTH-MAKK, Ágnes, Basin Analysis, Geological Institute of Hungary, Stefánia 14, Budapest, H-1143, Hungary, juhaszgy@mafi.hu
53-637MULTIPROXY EVIDENCE FOR LONG-TERM AND MID-PLEISTOCENE CHANGES IN MONSOON DYNAMICS ON THE CHINESE LOESS PLATEAU: VIDIC, Natasa J., Biotechnical Faculty, Agronomy Department, Univ of Ljubljana, Jamnikarjeva 101, Ljubljana, 1000, Slovenia, njvidic@ucdavis.edu, VEROSUB, Kenneth L., Geology Dept, Univ. of California, Davis, One Shields Ave, Davis, CA 95616, and SINGER, Michael J., LAWR, Univ of California, Davis, CA 95616
53-738LINKING THE LOESS – PALEOSOL RECORD OF PLEISTOCENE CLIMATE IN SERBIA WITH THE EXPANDING CENTRAL EUROPEAN AMINOSTRATIGRAPHY: OCHES, Eric A.1, MARKOVIC, Slobodan B.2, MCCOY, William D.3, STEVENS, Thomas3, GAUDENYI, Tivodar2, JOVANOVIC, Mladjen2, and WALTHER, Richard1, (1) Department of Geology, Univ of South Florida, 4202 E. Fowler Ave. - SCA528, Tampa, FL 33620, oches@chuma1.cas.usf.edu, (2) Quaternary Research Center, Institute of Geography, Univ of Trg Dositeja, Obradovica 3, 21000 Novi Sad, Yugoslavia, (3) Department of Geosciences, Univ of Massachusetts, Amherst, MA 01003-5820
53-839NEW DATA FROM LOESSES AND PALEOSOLS OF THE US MIDWEST: RUTTER, Nataniel W.1, VELICHKO, Andrei A.2, DLUSSKY, Konstantin G.1, MOROZOVA, Tatiana D.2, LITTLE, Edward C.3, NECHAEV, Vladimir P.2, and EVANS, Ted4, (1) Earth & Atmospheric Sciences, Univ of Alberta, 126, Earth Sciences Building, Edmonton, AB T6G 2E3, Canada, kdlussky@ualberta.ca, (2) Laboratory of Evolutionary Geography, Institute of Geography, Russian Academy of Sciences, Staromonetny line, 29, Moscow, 109017, Russia, (3) Canada-Nunavut Geoscience Office, Nunavut, PO Box 2319, Iqaluit, X0A 0H0, Canada, (4) Institute for Geophysical Research, Univ of Alberta, Edmonton, AB T6G 2J1, Canada
53-940THE INFLUENCE OF THE NORTH ATLANTIC CURRENT ON EUROPEAN ENVIRONMENTS DURING THE LAST INTERGLACIAL: MUELLER, Ulrich and KUKLA, George, Lamont Doherty Earth Observatory, Columbia Univ, 61 Route 9W, PO 1000, Palisades, N.Y. 10964-8000, New York, NY 10964-8000, mueller@ldeo.columbia.edu
53-1041A SOLUTION TO THE DEVILS HOLE PARADOX: KLEBER, Arno, Chair of Physical Geography/Regional Geography of Central Europe, Institute of Geography, TU Dresden, Dresden 01062 Germany, arno.kleber@mailbox.tu-dresden.de.
53-1142LATE QUATERNARY SEDIMENTARY SEQUENCE IN THE JULIAN ALPS - A POTENTIAL FOR OBTAINING A 40 KA PALEOCLIMATIC RECORD IN THE ALPINE - MEDITERRANEAN REGION OF NW SLOVENIA: BAVEC, Milos, Geol Survey of Slovenia, Dimiceva 14, Ljubljana 1000 Slovenia, milos.bavec@geo-zs.si.
53-1243A LONG RECORD OF PALEOCLIMATES FROM NORTH MONGOLIA: SEDIMENTS OF LAKE KHUBSUGUL: GRACHEV, M.A.1, FEDOTOV, A.P.1, PHEDORIN, M.A.1, TOMURTOGOO, O.2, and DE BATIST, M.3, (1) Limnological Institute of the Siberian Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences, 64033 Irkutsk, Russia, info@lin.irk.ru, (2) Institute of Geology and Mineral Rscs of the Mongolian Academy of Sciences, P.O.Box 118, 210351 Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia, (3) Gent Univ, Belgium

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