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Climatology bibliography

Blair, T. A., and Fite, R. C., 1965, Weather Elements: Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey, Prentice-Hall.

Blank, R. G., and Margolis, S. V., 1975, Pliocene climatic and glacial history of Antarctica as revealed by southeast Indian Ocean deep-sea cores: Geological Society of America Bulletin, v. 86, p. 1058-1066.

Blumenstock, D. I., and Thornthwaithe, C. W., 1941, Climate and The World Pattern, in Climate and Man, 1941 of United States Department of Agriculture Yearbook: Washington, D.C., United States Department of Agriculture, p. 98-127; 1248 pp.

Brooke, C. E. P., 1949, Climate Through the Ages: New York, McGraw-Hill Book Co., 395 p.

Byers, H. G., 1954, The atmosphere up to 30 kilometers, in Kuiper, G. P., ed., The Earth as a Planet: Chicago, University of Chicago Press.

Darlington, P. J., 1959, Area, climate, and evolution: Evolution, v. 13, p. 488- 510.

Daubenmire, R. F., 1956, Climate as a determinant of vegetation distribution in eastern Washington and northern Idaho: Ecological Monographs, v. 26, p. 131-154.

Donn, W. L., and Shaw, D. M., 1977, Model of climate evolution based on continental drift and polar wandering: Geological Society of America Bulletin, v. 88, p. 390-396.

Issar, A. S., 1990, Water Shall Flow from the Rock (Hydrogeology and Climate in the Lands of the Bible): New York, Springer-Verlag, 213 p.

Kerr, R. A., 1978, Climate control: How large a role for orbital variations?: Science, v. 201, p. 144-146.

---, 1987, Milankovich climate cycles through the ages: Science, v. 235, p. 973- 994.

Laferriere, A. P., Hattin, D. E., and Archer, A. W., 1987, Effects of climate, tectonics, and sea-level changes on rhymthmic bedding patterns in the Niobrara Formation (Upper Cretaceous), U.S. Western Interior: Geology, v. 15, p. 233-236.

Lockwood, J. G., 1979, Causes of Climates: London, Arnold.

Ninkovich, D., and Donn, W. L., 1976, Explosive Cenozoic volcanism and climatic implications: Science, v. 194, p. 899-906.

Olsen, P. E., 1986, A 40-million-year lake record of early Mesozoic orbital climatic forcing: Science, v. 234, p. 842-848.

Paul, G. S., 1988, Physiological, migratorial, climatological, geophysical, survival and evolutionary implications of polar dinosaurs: Journal of Paleontology, v. 62, p. 640-652.

Rampino, M. R., Self, S., and Fairbridge, R. W., 1979, Can rapid climatic change cause volcanic eruptions?: Science, v. 206, p. 826-830.

Ruddieman, W. F., 1984, Ice-age thermal and climatic role of the surface Atlantic Ocean, 40 degrees N to 63 degrees N: Geological Society of America Bulletin, v. 95, p. 381-396.

Ruddieman, W. F., and McIntyre, A., 1981, Oceanic mechanisms for amplification of the 23,000-year ice-volume cycle: Science, v. 212, p. 617-627.

Ruddieman, W. F., McIntyre, A., and Hays, J., 1979, Causes and mechanisms of climate change: Lamont-Doherty Geological Observatory Yearbook, v. 6, p. 27-30.

Stuvier, M., 1976, Miami conference on isotope climatology and paleoclimatology: Eos, v. 57, no. 1, p. 830-836.

Thompson, L. G., Hamilton, W. L., and Bull, C., 1975, Climatological implications of microparticle concentrations in the ice core from "Byrd" Station, western Antarctica: Journal of Glaciology, v. 14, p. 433-444.

Veeh, H. H., and Chappell, J., 1970, Astronomical theory of climatic change: support from New Guinea: Science, v. 167, p. 862-865.

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