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Late Holocene climate variability in the southwestern Mediterranean region: an integrated marine and terrestrial geochemical approach
Abstract. A combination of marine (Alboran Sea cores, ODP 976 and TTR 300 G) and terrestrial (Zonar Lake, Andalucia, Spain) geochemical proxies provides a high-resolution reconstruction of climateExpand
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The Medieval Climate Anomaly in the Iberian Peninsula reconstructed from marine and lake records
Abstract Selected multi-proxy and accurately dated marine and terrestrial records covering the past 2000 years in the Iberian Peninsula (IP) facilitated a comprehensive regional paleoclimateExpand
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Dynamic behaviour of the East Antarctic ice sheet during Pliocene warmth
Warm intervals within the Pliocene epoch (5.33–2.58 million years ago) were characterized by global temperatures comparable to those predicted for the end of this century1 and atmospheric CO2Expand
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A dynamic explanation for the origin of the western Mediterranean organic‐rich layers
The eastern Mediterranean sapropels are among the most intensively investigated phenomena in the paleoceanographic record, but relatively little has been written regarding the origin of theExpand
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Tracking climate variability in the western Mediterranean during the Late Holocene: a multiproxy approach
Abstract. Climate variability in the western Mediterranean is reconstructed for the last 4000 yr using marine sediments recovered in the west Algerian-Balearic Basin, near the Alboran Basin.Expand
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Anthropogenic impact and lead pollution throughout the Holocene in Southern Iberia.
Present day lead pollution is an environmental hazard of global proportions. A correct determination of natural lead levels is very important in order to evaluate anthropogenic lead contributions. InExpand
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Orbital forcing of the East Antarctic ice sheet during the Pliocene and Early Pleistocene
The Pliocene and Early Pleistocene, between 5.3 and 0.8 million years ago, span a transition from a global climate state that was 2‐3 C warmer than present with limited ice sheets in the NorthernExpand
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A reference time scale for Site U1385 (Shackleton Site) on the SW Iberian Margin
Abstract We produced a composite depth scale and chronology for Site U1385 on the SW Iberian Margin. Using log(Ca/Ti) measured by core scanning XRF at 1-cm resolution in all holes, a compositeExpand
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Onset of Mediterranean outflow into the North Atlantic
The when of Mediterranean water outflow The trickle of water that began to flow from the Mediterranean Sea into the Atlantic Ocean after the opening of the Strait of Gibraltar turned into a veritableExpand
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Early Eocene to middle Miocene cooling and aridification of East Antarctica
[1] Few high-latitude terrestrial records document the timing and nature of the Cenozoic “Greenhouse” to “Icehouse” transition. Here we exploit the bulk geochemistry of marine siliciclastic sedimentsExpand
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