Amery Oasis references

The following references were used to construct the series of web pages that describe the geology of the Amery Oasis area of the northern Prince Charles Mountains; other references regarding this area can be located within the Prince Charles Mountains bibliography:

Andronikov, A. V. (1990) Spinel-garnet lherzolite nodules from alkaline-ultrabasic rocks of Jetty Peninsula (East Antarctica). Antarctic Science 2, 321-330.

Andronikov, A. V. (1992) The first study of upper mantle inclusions from the Prince Charles Mountains, East Antarctica. In: Yoshida, Y., Kaminuma, K. and Shiraishi, K. (editors) Recent Progress in Antarctic Earth Science, p. 163-171. Terra Scientific Publishing Company, Tokyo.

Andronikov, A. V. and Sheraton, J. W. (1996) The redox state of lithospheric upper mantle beneath the East Antarctic Shield. Terra Antarctica3, 39-48.

Balme, B.E. and Playford, G. (1967) Late Permian plant microfossils from the Prince Charles Mountains, Antarctica. Revue de Micropaleontologie10, 179-192.

Bardin, V.I. (1982) Composition of East Antarctic moraines and some problems of Cenozoic history. In: Craddock, C. (editor) Antarctic Geoscience, p. 1069-1076. University of Wisconsin Press, Madison.

Bennett, A.J.R. and Taylor, G.H. (1972) Coals from the vicinity of the Prince Charles Mountains. In Adie, R.J. (editor) Antarctic Geology and Geophysics, p. 591-598. Universitets-forlaget, Oslo.

Cantrill, D.J. and Drinnan, A.N. (1994) Late Triassic megaspores from the Amery Group, Prince Charles Mountains, East Antarctica. Alcheringa18, 71-78.

Cantrill, D. J., Drinnan, A. N. and Webb, J. A. (1995) Late Triassic plant fossils from the Prince Charles Mountains, East Antarctica. Antarctic Science7, 51-62.

Crohn, P. W. (1959) A contribution to the geology and glaciology of the western part of Australian Antarctic Territory. Bureau of Mineral Resources, Geology and Geophysics, Bulletin52, 103 pp.

Dibner, A.F. (1976) Late Permian palynoflora of sedimentary deposits of the Beaver Lake area (East Antarctica). Antarctika15, 41-52.

Dibner, A.F. (1978) Palynocomplexes and the age of the Amery Formation deposits, East Antarctica. Pollen et Spores20, 405-422.

Fedorov, L.V., Ravich, M.G. and Hofmann, J. (1982) Geologic comparison of southeastern Peninsular India and Sri Lanka with a part of East Antarctica (Enderby Land, MacRobertson Land, and Princess Elizabeth Land). In: Craddock, C. (editor) Antarctic Geoscience, p. 73-78. University of Wisconsin Press, Madison.

Fielding, C. R. and Webb, J. A. (1992) Sedimentology of the Permo-Triassic Amery Group in the northern Prince Charles Mountains. ANARE Research Notes85, 7.

Fielding, C. R. and Webb, J. A. (1995) Sedimentology of the Permian Radok Conglomerate in the Beaver Lake area of MacRobertson Land, East Antarctica. Geological Magazine132, 51-63.

Fielding, C. R. and Webb, J. A. (1996) Facies and cyclicity of the Late Permian Bainmedart Coal measures in the northern Prince Charles Mountains, MacRobertson Land, Antarctica. Sedimentology43, 295-322.

Foster, C.B., Balme, B.E. and Helby, R. (1994) First record of Tethyan palynomorphs from the Late Triassic of East Antarctica. AGSO Journal of Australian Geology and Geophysics15, 239-246.

Grew, E. S. (1985) Field studies on the Jetty Peninsula (Amery Ice Shelf area) with the 30th Soviet Antarctic Expedition. Antarctic Journal of the United States20, 52-53.

Hart, C.P. and McKelvey, B.C. (1991) Tertiary marine molluscs from the Pagodroma tillite, Prince Charles Mountains, East Antarctica. Abstracts, VI International Symposium on Antarctic Earth Science, Tokyo, Japan. p. 219.

Kemp, E.M. (1973) Permian flora from the Beaver Lake area, Prince Charles Mountains, Antarctica. 1. Palynological examination of samples. Bureau of Mineral Resources, Geology and Geophysics, Bulletin126, 7-12.

Lindstrom, S., McLoughlin, S. and Drinnan, A.N. (in press - 1997) Intraspecific variation of taeniate bisaccate pollen within Permian glossopterid sporangia from the Prince Charles Mountains, Antarctica. International Journal of Plant Sciences

Mann, M. (1990) Sedimentological investigations in Permian deposits of the Beaver Lake area (Prince Charles Mts., East Antarctica) - first results. Geodatische und Geophyskalische Veroffentlichungen, Reihe 1, Berlin15, 93-105.

McKelvey, B.C. (1994) The Pagodroma Tillite and the Sirius Group - a comparison. In: van der Wateren, F.M., Verbers, A.L.L.M. and Tessensohn, F. (editors) LIRA Workshop Landscape Evolution: a multidisciplinary approach to the relationship between Cenozoic climate change and tectonics in the Ross Sea area, Antarctica, p. 113-116. Haarlem: Rijks Geologishe Dienst.

McKelvey, B. C. and Stephenson, N. C. N. (1990) A geological reconnaissance of the Radok Lake area, Amery Oasis, Prince Charles Mountains. Antarctic Science2, 53-66.

McLoughlin, S. and Drinnan, A.N. (1996) Anatomically preserved Noeggerathiopsis leaves from east Antarctica. Review of Palaeobotany and Palynology92, 207-227.

McLoughlin, S. and Drinnan, A.N. (1997) Revised stratigraphy of the Permian Bainmedart Coal Measures, northern Prince Charles Mountains, East Antarctica. Geological Magazine134, 335-353.

McLoughlin, S. and Drinnan, A.N. (in press - 1997) Fluvial sedimentology and revised stratigraphy of the Triassic Flagstone Bench Formation, northern Prince Charles Mountains, East Antarctica. Geological Magazine134,

McLoughlin, S., Lindstrom, S. and Drinnan, A.N. (in press - 1997) Gondwanan floristic and sedimentological trends during the Permian-Triassic transition: new evidence from the Amery Group, northern Prince Charles Mountains, East Antarctica. Antarctic Science

Mond, A. (1972) Permian sediments of the Beaver Lake area, Prince Charles Mountains. In: Adie, R.J. (editor) Antarctic Geology and Geophysics, p. 585-589. Universitets-forlaget, Oslo.

Neish, P.G., Drinnan, A.N. and Cantrill, D.J. (1993) Structure and ontogeny of Vertebraria from silicified Permian sediments in East Antarctica. Review of Palaeobotany and Palynology79, 221-244.

Playford, G. (1990) Proterozoic and Palaeozoic palynology of Antarctica: a review. In: Taylor, T.N. and Taylor, E.L. (editors) Antarctic Palaeobiology - its role in the reconstruction of Gondwana, p. 50-70. Springer-Verlag, New York.

Ravich, G.M. (1974) Razrez permskikh uglenosnykh otlozheniy rayona oz. Biver (gory Prins-Charlez, vostochnaya Antarktida). Antarktika Doklady Komissii13, 19-25.

Ravich, G.M., Gor, Yu.G., Dibner, A.F. and Lobanova, O.V. (1977) Statigrafiia verkhnepaleozoishikh uglenosnykh otlozhenii vostochnoi Antarktidy (raion ozera Biver). [The stratigraphy of upper Palaeozoic coal measures (Beaver Lake area, East Antarctica)]. Antarktika Doklady Komissii16, 62-75.

Ruker, R.A. (1963) Geological reconnaissance in Enderby Land and southern Prince Charles Mountains, Antarctica (Australian National Antarctic Research Expedition 1960). Australian Bureau of Mineral Resources, Geology and Geophysics, Record1963/154, 14 pp.

Tingey, R.J. (1982) The geologic evolution of the Prince Charles Mountains - an Antarctic Archean cratonic block. In: Craddock, C. (editor) Antarctic Geoscience, p. 455-464. University of Wisconsin Press, Madison.

Traube, V.V. (1991) Sedimentology and palaeoenvironments of the Beacon strata at Beaver Lake, Prince Charles Mountains. Abstracts, Sixth International Symposium on Antarctic Earth Sciences, Tokyo: National Institute if Polar Research, p. 611-614.

Truswell, E.M. (1991) Antarctica: a history of terrestrial vegetation. In: Tingey, R.J. (editor) The Geology of Antarctica. Oxford Monographs on Geology and Geophysics 17, 499-537. Clarendon Press, Oxford.

Turner, B.R. (1991) Depositional environment and petrography of preglacial sediments from Hole 740A, Prydz Bay, East Antarctica. Proceedings of the Ocean Drilling Program, Scientific results119, 45-56.

Turner, B.R. and Padley, D. (1991) Lower Cretaceous coal-bearing sediments from Prydz Bay, East Antarctica. Proceedings of the Ocean Drilling Program, Scientific results119, 57-60.

Weaver, L., McLoughlin, S. and Drinnan, A.N. (1997) Fossil woods from the Upper Permian Bainmedart Coal Measures, northern Prince Charles Mountains, East Antarctica. AGSO Journal of Australian Geology and Geophysics16, 655-676.

Webb, J. A. and Fielding, C. R. (1993) Permo-Triassic sedimentation within the Lambert Graben, northern Prince Charles Mountains, East Antarctica. In: Findlay, R. H., Unrug, R., Banks, M.R. and Veevers, J.J. (editors) Gondwana Eight: Assembly, Evolution and Dispersion, p. 357-369. A.A. Balkema, Rotterdam.

Webb, J. A. and Fielding, C. R. (1993) Revised stratigraphic nomenclature for the Permo-Triassic Flagstone Bench Formation, northern Prince Charles Mountains, East Antarctica. Antarctic Science5, 409-410.

White, M.E. (1962) Permian plant remains from Mount Rymill, Antarctica. Report on 1961 plant fossil collections. Australian Bureau of Mineral Resources, Geology and Geophysics, Record1962/114, 14 pp.

White, M.E. (1973) Permian flora from the Beaver Lake area, Prince Charles Mountains, Antarctica, 2: plant fossils. Australian Bureau of Mineral Resources, Geology and Geophysics, Bulletin126, 13-18.

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