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Suggested Citation:"REFERENCES." National Research Council. 1995. Effects of Past Global Change on Life. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/4762.
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OVERVIEW AND RECOMMENDATIONS 17 REFERENCES Broecker, W. S., and G. H. Denton (1989). The role of ocean-atmosphere reorganizations in glacial cycles, Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 53, 2465-2501. Cerling, T. E. (1992). Development of grasslands and savannahs in East Africa during the Neogene, Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 97, 241-247. Dansgaard, W., W. C. White, and S. J. Johnson (1989). The abrupt termination of the Younger Dryas climatic event, Nature 339, 532-534. Hansen, T. A. (1984). Early Tertiary radiation of marine molluscs and the long-term effects of the Cretaceous-Tertiary Boundary, Paleobiology 14, 37-51. James, N. (1984). Reefs, in Facies Models, R. G. Walker, ed., Geoscience Canada Reprint Series 1, 2nd edition, pp. 229-244. Johansen, M. B. (1988). Brachiopod extinctions in the Upper Cretaceous to lowermost Tertiary chalk of northwest Europe, Revista Espanola de Paleontologia, nº Extraordinario, 41-56. Kennett, J. P., R. E. Burns, J. E. Andrews, M. Churkin, T. A. Davies, P. Dumitricia, A. R. Edwards, J. S. Galehouse, G. H. Packham, and G. J. Van der Lingen (1972). Australian-Antarctic continental drift, paleo-circulation changes, and Oligocene deep-sea erosion, Nature 239, 51-55. Schnitker, D. (1980). West Atlantic circulation during the past 120,000 years, Annual Reviews of Earth and Planetary Sciences 8, 343-370. Stanley, S. M. (1990). Adaptive radiation and macroevolution, Systematics Association Special Volume 42, 1-16. Taylor, K. C., et al. (1993). The ''flickering switch" of late Pleistocene climatic change, Nature 361, 432-436. Toon, O. B., J. B. Pollack, T. P. Ackerman, R. P. Turco, C. P. McKay, and M. S. Liu (1982). Evolution of an impact-generated dust cloud and its effects on the atmosphere , Geological Society of America Special Paper 190, 187-200. Vrba, E. S. (1985). African Bovidae: Evolutionary events since the Miocene, South African Journal of Science 81, 263-266. Wolfe, J. A. (1978). A paleobotanical interpretation of Tertiary climates in the Northern Hemisphere, American Scientist 66, 694-703.

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What can we expect as global change progresses? Will there be thresholds that trigger sudden shifts in environmental conditions—or that cause catastrophic destruction of life?

Effects of Past Global Change on Life explores what earth scientists are learning about the impact of large-scale environmental changes on ancient life—and how these findings may help us resolve today's environmental controversies.

Leading authorities discuss historical climate trends and what can be learned from the mass extinctions and other critical periods about the rise and fall of plant and animal species in response to global change. The volume develops a picture of how environmental change has closed some evolutionary doors while opening others—including profound effects on the early members of the human family.

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This readable and informative book will be of special interest to professionals in the earth sciences and the environmental community as well as concerned policymakers.

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