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Publications [#278652] of Paul A. Baker

Papers Accepted

  1. Kennett, JP; Von Der Borch, C; Baker, PA; Barton, CE; Boersma, A; Cauler, JP; Dudley, WC; Gardner, JV; Jenkins, DG; Lohman, WH; Martini, E; Merrill, RB; Morin, R; Nelson, CS; Robert, C; Srinivasan, MS; Stein, R; Takeuchi, A; Murphy, MG, Palaeotectonic implications of increased late Eocene-early Oligocene volcanism from South Pacific DSDP sites, Nature, vol. 316 no. 6028 (December, 1985), pp. 507-511, Springer Nature, ISSN 0028-0836 [doi]
    (last updated on 2019/09/15)

    Late Eocene-early Oligocene (42-35 Myr) sediments cored at two DSDP sites in the south-west Pacific contain evidence of a pronounced increase in local volcanic activity, particularly in close association with the Eocene-Oligocene boundary. This pulse of volcanism is coeval with that in New Zealand and resulted from the development of an Indo- Australian / Pacific Plate boundary through the region during the late Eocene. The late Eocene / earliest Oligocene was marked by widespread volcanism and tectonism throughout the Pacific and elsewhere, and by one of the most important episodes of Cenozoic climatic cooling. © 1985 Nature Publishing Group.

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