View the online abstract of this article in Deep Sea Research II Vol 50, Issues 8-9, May 2003, pp. 1441-1460.

Abstract

Climatically controlled glaciological and oceanogrphic environmental changes off the George V Coast during the Late Pleistocene and Holocene have been recontructed from changes in sedimentation processes. The evolution of a sediment drift deposit located deep in the deep trough on the shelf has been assessed using a sedimentological approach.
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