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  Volume 6 (1999) Contents

Number 1/2 + Supplement - April 1999
Studies from the Cape Roberts Project Ross Sea, Antarctica  Initial Report on CRP-2/2A
C.R. Fielding & M.R.A. Thomson (eds.)
(p. 1-173)
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Cape Roberts Science Team Studies from the Cape Roberts Project, Ross Sea, Antarctica - Initial Report on CRP-2/2A -  Contents, Foreword, Personnel, Abstract
III-XII
Cape Roberts Science Team Studies from the Cape Roberts Project, Ross Sea, Antarctica - Initial Report on CRP-2/2A - Introduction
3-26
Cape Roberts Science Team Studies from the Cape Roberts Project, Ross Sea, Antarctica - Initial Report on CRP-2/2A - Core Properties and Downhole Geophysics
27-48
Fig. 2.25 foldout-page (A3)
48
Cape Roberts Science Team Studies from the Cape Roberts Project, Ross Sea, Antarctica - Initial Report on CRP-2/2A -  Lithostratigraphy and Sedimentology
49-88
Cape Roberts Science Team Studies from the Cape Roberts Project, Ross Sea, Antarctica - Initial Report on CRP-2/2A - Petrology
89-106
Cape Roberts Science Team Studies from the Cape Roberts Project, Ross Sea, Antarctica - Initial Report on CRP-2/2A - Palaeontology
107-144
Cape Roberts Science Team Studies from the Cape Roberts Project, Ross Sea, Antarctica - Initial Report on CRP-2/2A - Palaeomagnetism
145-155
Cape Roberts Science Team Studies from the Cape Roberts Project, Ross Sea, Antarctica - Initial Report on CRP-2/2A - Summary of Results
156-168
Cape Roberts Science Team Studies from the Cape Roberts Project, Ross Sea, Antarctica - Initial Report on CRP-2/2A - References
169-173

Supplement to Number 1/2, 1999 - April
Studies from the Cape Roberts Project Ross Sea, Antarctica  Initial Report on CRP-2/2A
K. Woolfe (ed.)
(p. 1-228)

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Cape Roberts Science Team Studies from the Cape Roberts Project, Ross Sea, Antarctica - Initial Report on CRP-2/2A - Supplement - 1:20 Scale Core Logs
3-168
Cape Roberts Science Team Studies from the Cape Roberts Project, Ross Sea, Antarctica - Initial Report on CRP-2/2A - Supplement - Core Box Images - (high-resolution images can be viewed on the Pangea web site)
169-212
Cape Roberts Science Team Studies from the Cape Roberts Project, Ross Sea, Antarctica - Initial Report on CRP-2/2A - Supplement - 1:500 Scale Core Logs 213-220
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Cape Roberts Science Team Studies from the Cape Roberts Project, Ross Sea, Antarctica - Initial Report on CRP-2/2A - Supplement - 1:500 Scale Down-Hole Core Logs 221-228
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Number 3/4, December

Number 3 (p. 175-360) The EUROSHACK Project - Results from the European Expedition to the Shackleton Range 1994/95
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F. Tessensohn & M.R.A.Thomson The Euroshack  Project:  a Brief Outline
175-182
F. Talarico & U. Kroner Geology  and Tectono-Metamorphic  Evolution of the Read Group, Shackleton Range, a Part of the Antarctic Craton
183-202
W. Buggisch & G. Kleinschmidt New Evidence for Nappe Tectonics in the Southern Shackleton Range
203-210
W. Buggisch & F. Henjes-Kunst Stratigraphy, Facies, and Provenance Analyses  of the Lower Cambrian Mount Wegener Formation of the Shackleton Range, Antarctica
211-228
W. Buggisch, V. Bachtadse & F. Henjes- Kunst Lithostratigraphy, Facies, Geochronology, and Palaeomagnetic Data of the Blaiklock Glacier Group, Shackleton Range, Antarctica
229-239
M.R.A. Thomson & B. Weber Discovery  of an Ordovician Invertebrate Fauna in the Blaiklock  Glacier Group, Shackleton Range, Antarctica
241-248
A. Zeh, I.L. Miller, U. Kroner & I. Gorz The Structural and Metamorphic Evolution of the Northern Haskard Highlands, Shackleton  Range, Antarctica
248-268
A. Brommer, I.L. Millar & A. Zeh Geochronology, Structural Geology  and Petrology  of the Northwestern Lagrange Nunataks, Shackleton Range, Antarctica
269-278
A. Brommer & F. Henjes-Kunst Structural  Investigations  and K-Ar Geochronology  of the Northern Herbert Mountains and Mount Sheffield, Shackleton Range, Antarctica
279-291
F. Talarico, G.Kleinschmidt & F. Henjes-Kunst

An Ophiolitic Complex in the Northern Shackleton Range, Antarctica

293-315
F. Tessensohn, G. Kleinschmidt, F. Talarico, W. Buggisch, A. Brommer, F. Henjes-Kunst, U. Kroner, I.L. Millar & A. Zeh Ross-Age Amalgamationof East and West Gondwana: Evidence from the Shackleton Range, East Antarctica
317-325
M. B. Sergeyev, U. F. Meyer,  A. Eckstaller & Vyacheslav M. Mikhailov The Geological Nature of the Haskard- Fuchs Magnetic Anomaly  and an identification of  highly -magnetic  rock units in the Shackleton Range, Antarctica
327-336
F. Tessensohn, G. Kleinschmidt & W. Buggisch Permo-Carboniferous Glacial Beds in the Shackleton Range
337-344
F. Lisker, T. Schäfer & M. Olesch The Uplift/Denudation History of the Shackleton Range (Antarctica) Based on Fission-Track Analyses
345-352

 

Number 4, December (p. 353-389)
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A. Kerr & W. Dieter Glacial  modification of the Shackleton Range, Antarctica
353-360
S. Bannister, A. Melhuish, S. Henrys, T. Stern & U. ten Brink Deep Seismic Reflections beneath the Transantarctic Mountains Front, from Reprocessed SERIS Seismic Data
361-364
J.F. Hiemstra Microscopic Evidence of Grounded Ice in the Sediments of the CIROS-1 Core, McMurdo Sound, Antarctica
365-376
J. Jacobs, B.T. Hansen, F. Henjes-Kunst, R.J. Thomas, W. Bauer, K. Weber, R.A. Armstrong, D.H. Cornell New Age Constraints on the Proterozoic/Lower Palaeozoic Evolution of Heimefrontfjella, East Antarctica, and Its Bearing on Rodinia/Gondwana Correlations
377-389


 
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