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A Paleobotanical Interpretation of Tertiary Climates in the Northern Hemisphere: Data from fossil plants make it possible to reconstruct Tertiary climatic changes, which may be correlated with changes in the inclination of the earth's rotational axis
Jack A. Wolfe
1978
Source PublicationAmerican Scientist
Volume66Issue:6Pages:694-703
Document Type期刊论文
Identifierhttp://ir.kib.ac.cn/handle/151853/17388
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Jack A. Wolfe. A Paleobotanical Interpretation of Tertiary Climates in the Northern Hemisphere: Data from fossil plants make it possible to reconstruct Tertiary climatic changes, which may be correlated with changes in the inclination of the earth's rotational axis[J]. American Scientist,1978,66(6):694-703.
APA Jack A. Wolfe.(1978).A Paleobotanical Interpretation of Tertiary Climates in the Northern Hemisphere: Data from fossil plants make it possible to reconstruct Tertiary climatic changes, which may be correlated with changes in the inclination of the earth's rotational axis.American Scientist,66(6),694-703.
MLA Jack A. Wolfe."A Paleobotanical Interpretation of Tertiary Climates in the Northern Hemisphere: Data from fossil plants make it possible to reconstruct Tertiary climatic changes, which may be correlated with changes in the inclination of the earth's rotational axis".American Scientist 66.6(1978):694-703.
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