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Title: Andrzej%20Tatur%20Department%20of%20Antarctic%20Biology%20Polish%20Academy%20of%20Sciences%20operator%20of%20


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Andrzej TaturDepartment of Antarctic
BiologyPolish Academy of Sciencesoperator of
Arctowski station
  • Activity of Polish scientists
  • in
  • Past Climate Reconstruction

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Gondwana 180 Ma BP
Position of continents and direction of marine
currents
Upper Eocene
Oligocene
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Greenhouse" climates of the Eocene, with local
alpine glaciers advances
Eocene La Meseta Formation, Seymour Island
Eocene Harve Cove tillite, KGI
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in scenery resembling recent Patagonian glaciers
(El Tronador 41/S)
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were replaced in Oligocene by the "icehouse"
conditions
Lower Oligocene Polonez Cove Formation, KGI
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that persist today
Miocene Melville Cape Formation, KGI
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My adventure in hard geology(sedimentary rocks
near Antarctic Peninsula)
  • Myrcha A., Tatur A. and del Valle R. 1990. A
    new species of fossil penguin from Seymour Island
    (West Antarctica) Alcheringa 14 195-205.
  • Gazdzicki A., Gruszczynski M., Hoffman A.,
    Malkowski K., Marensi S., Halas S. and Tatur A.
    1992. Stable carbon and oxygen isotope record in
    the Paleogene of La Meseta Formation Seymour
    Island Antarctica. Antarctic Science 4,4 461
    468.
  • Tambussi C., Noriega J., Gazdzicki A., Tatur
    A., Reguero M.A. and Vizcaino S.F. 1994. Ratite
    bird from the Paleogene La Meseta formation
    Seymour Island Antarctica 1994. Pol. Polar
    Res.15,1-2 15 - 20.
  • Myrcha A., Jadwiszczak P., Noriega J.,
    Tambussi C., Gazdzicki A., Tatur A., del Valle R.
    2002. Taxonomic revision of Antarctic Eocene
    penguins based on tarsometatarsus morphology.
    Polish Polar Research 23,1 5-46
  • Gazdzicki A., Tatur A., Hara U., del Valle R.
    2004. The Weddell Sea Formation post-Late
    Pliocene terrestrial glacial deposits on Seymour
    Island, Antarctic Peninsula. Pol. Polar Res. 25,
    189-204.
  • Birkenmajer K., Gazdzicki A., Krajewski K.,
    Przybycin A., Solecki A., Tatur A., Ho Il Yoon
    2005. First Cenozoic glaciers in West Antarctica.
    Pol. Polar Res 26,1 3-12.
  • Jadwiszczak P., Gazdzicki A. And Tatur A.
    2008. An ibis-like from the upper La Meseta
    Formation (late Eocene) of Seymour Island,
    Antarctica. Antarctic Science 20,4 413-414.

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Esmeralda Lake, KGI, problems of dating and
tephra fallouts interpretation
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Esmeralda Lake, KGI, Diatoms as indicators of
ecological changes,
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Penguin Island volcano
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Maar Lake 1,0 - 1,5 ky old
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Maar Lake,global contra local impact
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Past Climate Reconstruction
  • Regional and global climatic records from ice
    cores (covering almost 1 Ma),
  • are prolonging back to 40 Ma in geological
    studies,
  • and are enriching in local event following the
    last glaciation due to paleolimnological
    evidences.
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