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Marambio Group at the south eastern part of James Ross Island, Antartica.

Marambio Group at the south eastern part of James Ross Island, Antartica.

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Published by Instituto Antartico Argentino in Buenos Aires .
Written in English


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PRIORITY 3.

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Pagination76 p. ;
Number of Pages76
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LC Control Number92208504

Pimpirev C, Dimov D, Miller H () Field studies of sedimentary sequences in eastern Hurd Peninsula Central Livingston Island, South Shetland Islands. Polarforschung 66(3):1–5 Google Scholar Pimpirev C, Ivanov M, Dimov D, Nikolov T () First find of the Upper Tithonian ammonite genus Blanfordiceras from the Miers Bluff Formation Cited by: 5. The South Pole, also known as the Geographic South Pole or Terrestrial South Pole, is the southernmost point on the surface of the Earth. Weddell Sea Part of the Southern Ocean, the Weddell Sea is on the eastern side of the Peninsula and is one of the least visited parts of Antarctica owing to large areas of pack ice which rarely allows ships.

Weddellian marine/coastal vertebrates diversity from Seymour Island, Antarctica. Rev. peru. biol. 19(3): - (December ) each bed is massive or present through cross bedding or rarely parallel bedding. Shells are disarticulated and oriented with the maximum projection area parallel to bedding. Concave-up, concave-down. and nesting.   Flight with Kamov from vessel Tima to argentinean base of Marambio - March

`Antarctica: A Biography' is a huge scholarly piece of work by the well respected and award winning author-historian David Day who has conducted detailed primary and secondary research in institutions and archives throughout the world plus accessing a wide range of journals, reports, correspondence by: The Antarctic Peninsula, known as O'Higgins Land in Chile and Tierra de San Martin in Argentina, and originally as the Palmer Peninsula in the US and Graham Land in the United Kingdom, is the northernmost part of the mainland of Antarctica.. The Antarctic Peninsula is part of the larger peninsula of West Antarctica, protruding 1, km ( miles) from a line between Cape Adams (Weddell Sea.


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Marambio Group at the south eastern part of James Ross Island, Antartica Download PDF EPUB FB2

The Santa Marta Formation corresponds to the basal unit of the Marambio Group in the James Ross Basin (Elliot ;Del Valle et al. ), and is divided into two members: the lower Alpha Member. Late Cretaceous sedimentary rocks are only exposed around the northern part of West Antarctica, on the South Shetland Islands and James Ross Island Group, Weddell Sea.

They were deposited in very different tectonic settings and by: 1. The James Ross Basin (JRB) is located in the northeastern tip of the Antarctic Peninsula and comprises more than 6 km of marine clastic and volcaniclastic strata, ranging from Early Cretaceous (Barremian) to Paleogene (Eocene) (Del Valle et al., ; Francis et al., ; Olivero, ).The best exposures are located on James Ross, Snow Hill, Seymour (Marambio), and Vega Islands as well as on Author: Florencia Milanese, Augusto Rapalini, Sarah P.

Slotznick, Thomas S. Tobin, Joseph Kirschvink, Eduard. Petrography and provenance of the Marambio Group, Vega Island, Antarctica Article (PDF Available) in Antarctic Science 6(04) - December with 46 Reads How we measure 'reads'Author: Duncan Pirrie. A compiled selected literature on some groups of microfossils of the Mesozoic and Cenozoic of the James Ross Basin, eastern Antarctic Peninsula, is presented here, in order to show how the microbiota has been modified over time, triggered by environmental : Cecilia R.

Amenábar, Andrea Caramés, Susana Adamonis, Ana Doldan, Gabriel Maceiras, Andrea Concheyro. Campanian-Maastrichtian (Cretaceous) stratigraphy of the James Ross Island area, Antarctica.

Geol Soc Lond Spec Pub, Crame J A, Francis J E, Cantrill D E, et al. Cited by: 1. Antartica has been studied primarily in outcrops of sedimentary rocks on King George Island, South Shetland Islands, and in the James Ross Island group, northern Antarctic Peninsula.

In particular. James Ross Island is a large island of the southeast side and near the northeastern extremity of the Antarctic Peninsula, from which it is separated by Prince Gustav Channel.

Rising to meters, it is irregularly shaped and extends 64 km in a north–south direction. It was charted in October by the Swedish Antarctic Expedition under Otto Nordenskiöld, who named it for Sir James Brian.

Palaeoclimate Analysis of Late Cretaceous Angiosperm Leaf Floras, James Ross Island, Antarctica Article in Geological Society London Special Publications (1) January with 45 Reads. Montes, M, Beamud, E, Nozal, F and Santillana, S ( a) Late Maastrichtian-Paleocene chronostratigraphy from Seymour (Marambio) Island (James Ross Basin, Antarctic Peninsula).

Eustatic controls of sedimentation. In Geology and Palaeontology of the James Ross Basin, Antarctic Peninsula (eds Crame, JA, Acosta Hospitaleche, C, Gelfo, J), p. Cited by: 1. The James Ross Basin is a back arc basin located to the east of the Antarctic Peninsula (Fig.

1A).The basin fill includes two major Cretaceous stratigraphic units: the deep-water Aptian–Coniacian Gustav Group (Ineson, ) and the shelfal Santonian–Danian Marambio Group (Rinaldi et al., ).The Marambio Group is highly fossiliferous throughout its 3-km-thick clastic succession of mainly Cited by: 1.

station in a part of the continent enabling the aims of the Czech scientific programme to be met. Not far away from south polar circle on James Ross Island, a station has been built by Masaryk University in the yearswhich will serve for an antar-ctic research of the Masaryk University Faculty of Science, and other academic institutions.

Locality map for the James Ross Island Group, north-eastern Antarctic Peninsula. Inset at top left shows the outcrop of the Lagrelius Point Formation between Lagrelius and Matkah points; section D.

Devil Island is a ha, ice-free island about 2 km long, in the James Ross Island group near the north-eastern tip of the Antarctic Peninsula. It lies in a small cove 1 km north of Vega Island.

were included in the Marambio Group (Rinaldi el al., ) and form a NNE-SSW homocline dipping 80_ east, The youngest beds, which outcrop on the northern part of the island, were grouped into the upper Paleocene Cross Valley (Elliot and Trautman, ) and the Eocene La Meseta formations (Elliot and Trautman, ), andCited by: Geological Society of London, Special Publicat Askin, R.

A., Cryptogam spores from the upper Campanian and Maastrichtian of Seymour Island, Antarctica. Micropaleon- tology 36 (2), Bibby, J. S., The stratigraphy of part of north-east Graham Land and the James Ross Island by: In northeastern Antarctic Peninsula, the James Ross Basin contains a relatively complete Upper Cretaceous marine sedimentary succession, the Marambio Group, that records at its top the Maastrichtian–Danian boundary (Fig.

1; Zinsmeister and Feldmann,Crame et al.,Olivero,Tobin et al., ).The basal unit of the Marambio Group is the Santonian to lower Campanian Cited by: 7.

Marambio Base (Spanish: Base Marambio) is a permanent, all year-round Argentine Antarctica base named after Vice-Commodore Gustavo Argentino Marambio, an Antarctic aviation pioneer.

It is located in Marambio Island, Graham Land, Antarctic Peninsula, some km (60 mi) from the coastal civilian village of Esperanza. At the time of its construction it was the first airfield in Antarctica and Country: Argentina.

The Gustav Group of the James Ross Basin, Antarctic Peninsula, forms part of a major Southern Hemisphere Cretaceous reference section. Palynological data, chiefly from dinoflagellate cysts, integrated with macrofaunal evidence and strontium isotope stratigraphy, indicate that the Gustav Group, which is approximately km thick, is Aptian–Coniacian in by: A sedimentary sequence, c.

5–6 km thick, extending from the Kimmeridgian–Upper Eocene crops out in the James Ross Island area, northern Antarctic Peninsula. This succession is the most important onshore Late Cretaceous–Tertiary sequence in Antarctica and is probably one of the most significant Cretaceous sequences in the Southern Hemisphere.

British Antarctic Expedition Evans Coves - Inexpressible Island - A tourist group visit the island. Note the field of granite boulders that would have to be negotiated every time any of the group went down to the shore from the ice-cave to hunt, butcher or retrieve penguins or seals.

James Clark Ross - Erebus.Part 4: Antarctica, Asia and Europe (excluding the former USSR), Australasia and Oceanic Islands. Geological Society, pages. ; Nelson, P.H.H. () The James Ross Island volcanic group of north-east Graham Land. British Antarctic Survey, Cambridge, (British Antarctic Survey Scientific Reports, 54), 62 .The tail of a Weddell Seal.

James Ross Island, February Bethan Davies. The dense fur and cute face of a Weddell Seal. James Ross Island, February Bethan Davies. A fur seal, seen on Cape Lachman, James Ross Island, northern Antarctic Peninsula.