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Holocene: Perspectives, Environmental Dynamics and Impact Events
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Editors: Bahadur Singh Kotlia (Department of Geology, Kumaun University, Nainital, India)
Book Description:
The Holocene (11.5 ka BP onwards), directly linked to the evolution of modern society, encompasses the increase and impacts of the human species world-wide, including by and large striking changeover towards living in the present. The Holocene climate is also responsible for expansion/ migration/decline of the human cultures. Because of this, a period termed as Anthropocene (age of man) is also proposed as the latest part of this epoch since the recent human impacts have been found on the Earth and such impacts are unquestionably of global implication for our future. This book contains seventeen invaluable manuscripts submitted by the authors from diverse countries. While most of them are related to the climatic events and environmental dynamics during the Holocene, two chapters focus on the palaeoseismology and human migration/anatomy. (Imprint: Nova)

Table of Contents:
Editor’s Note
Preface pp. i-x

1. Holocene: definition and current stratigraphic status in the geological time scale
(Devesh K. Sinha, Ashutosh K. Singh, Kirtiranjan Mallick and Vikram Pratap Singh, India)pp. 1-10

2. Hydrographic changes in the bay of Bengal during the Holocene as inferred from carbon and oxygen isotopes of fossil foraminifera
(S. M. Ahmad, T. Raza, N. Sagar and G. Suseela, India)pp. 11-22

3. Spatial and temporal variability in Holocene river flow conditions deduced from fluvial terrace systems in the Mahi river basin, Gujarat, India
(Alpa Sridhar and L. S. Chamyal, India)pp. 23-32

4. The Holocene events: database on the Konkan-Kerala coast
(C. P. Rajendran, India) pp. 33-44

5. Catastrophic volcanic events in the early Holocene: successive large-scale caldera-forming eruptions in Japan
(Takeshi Hasegawa, Japan) pp. 45-56

6. Reconstruction of middle to late Holocene palaeoenvironments of Pookode lake, south India: sediment texture and geochemistry
(M. P. Veena, Hema Achyuthan, Christopher Eastoe and Navin Shankar, India and Tucson, Arizona)pp. 57-72

7. A glimpse of palynological succession from India: vegetation, climate and anthropogeny since middle Holocene
(Anjum Farooqui, India)pp. 73-88

8. The black sea and world ocean levels change during the Holocene
(N. V. Esin, A. G. Zacepin and N. I. Esin, Russia)pp. 89-100

9. Geological evidence of pre-historical and historical tsunamis in a tidal channel of southwestern Spain
(M. L. González-Regalado, J. Borrego, M. Abad, F. Ruiz, B. Carro, J. Rodríguez Vidal, L. M. Cáceres,M. I. Carretero, M. Pozo, A. Toscano, F. Gómez Toscano, E. X. García, Spain) pp. 101-110

10. Multi-proxy reconstruction of past environmental changes and climate conditions over the last millennium in southern Iberia Sierra Nevada, Spain
(Marc Oliva and Antonio Gómez Ortiz, Portugal and Spain)pp. 111-128

11. A five-century long limnological and environmental record from northeastern India
(H. Achyuthan, A. Farooqui, C. Eastoe, R. Ramesh, M. Devi and P. P. Ganesh, India and Tuscan, Arizona)pp. 129-144

12. Reconstruction of August-September temperature in north-western Himalaya since AD 1773, based on tree-ring data of Pinus wallichiana and Abies pindrow
(Vandana Chaudhary, Amalava Bhattacharyya, Joel Guiot, Santosh K. Shah, Sangeet K. Srivastava, Jean-Louis Edouard and André Thomas, India and France)pp. 145-156

13. Snow melt ephemeral streams in the Gangotri glacier area, Garhwal Himalaya, India
(Dhruv Sen Singh, India) pp. 157-164

14. Soft sediment deformation structures in the Early Holocene lake deposits, Spiti valley, Himachal Pradesh, India
(B. S. Kotlia, L. M. Joshi and Naval Kishore, India)pp. 165-176

15. Coseismic subsidence due to Yoro fault activity detected in the Holocene delta sequence of the western Nobi plain, central Japan: an example of off-fault paleoseismological study in the coastal plain. (Yuichi Niwa and Toshihiko Sugai, Japan)pp. 177-204

16. Emergence of gracile human anatomy during the Holocene in Asia; convergent acclimation andor phylogenetic trend? Example of occlusion
(Anne Dambricourt Malassé, France) pp. 205-218

17. Late Holocene desert-induced stress and human migrations through the Sahara: the case of the Garamantes
(Efthymia Nikita, David Mattingly, Marta Lahr, University of Cambridge, UK)pp. 219-260

Index pp. 261-269

   Series:
      Dialogues among Civilizations and Cultures
      Earth Sciences in the 21st Century
   Binding: Hardcover
   Pub. Date: 2013- February
   Pages: 7 x 10 (NBC - C) 269pp.
   ISBN: 978-1-62257-722-4
   Status: AV
  
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