Growth curves for Eupelor fraasi frassi, N.Mex. & Ariz; E. fraasi jonesi, Tex; E. browni,Wyo.
R.C. Moore ( ) and John Imbrie (b.1925) discussing Permian stratigraphy in eastern Kansas, August 1964.
Florena fossils from whole section. Each plotted to different scale (AAPG Bull., 1955, p. 660).
Cottonwood thin-section point counts;12 taxa from 7 localities (GSA Bull., 1962, p. 528).
Succession of ice ages in Caribbean core A according to D. Ericson (forams) and to C. Emiliani (oxygen isotopes). General agreement in upper parts of the core, but results in older part did not agree. (Imbrie & Imbrie, p. 132.)
First demonstration that multiple-factor analysis could produce promising if not yet completely dependable results correlating deep-sea data with Milankovitch cycles. (in Late Glacial Ages, Yale Univ. Press, p , 1971, K. Turekian, ed.)
Curves for E (eccentricity), T (tilt), and P (precession) over last 800,000 years.
This graph confirmed many predictions of the Milankovitch theory (data from Hays, Imbrie, Shackelton, Science,1976)
Climate of last half-million years from isotopic data from two Indian Ocean cores by CLIMAP research group reflecting variations in global ice volume, further confirming Milankovitch theory of the ice ages (Imbrie & Imbrie, p. 169).
National Academy of Sciences, 1978 MacArthur Prize Fellowship, 1981 American Philosophical Society, 1981 William Smith Lecturer, Geological Society London, 1984 Maurice Ewing Medal in Geophysics, AGU/USN, 1986 University of Edinburgh, Sc.D.,1989 Leopold von Buch Medal, German Geol. Soc., 1990 Twenhofel Medal, SEPM, 1991 Lyell Medal, Geol. Soc. London, 1991 Christian-Albrechts University of Kiel, Sc.D., 1993 Vetlesen Prize, 1996 Swedish Society of Anthropology and Geography, 1999 Imbrie’s Honors, Awards, and Prizes
“The overwhelming advantage of quantitative techniques, however, lies in this: that numerical data materially facilitate the task of synthesizing complex observations on biofacies widely distributed in time and space.” John Imbrie’s Credo Biofacies Analysis, in Crust of the Earth, GSA Special Paper 62, 1955, p (April 2001)