I. Selwyn Sacks

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500 NATURE | VOL 406 | 3 AUGUST 2000 | www.nature.com hypothesis that a simple physical process, mediated by the trade winds, controls the broad pattern of biological productivity over the eastern equatorial Paci®c on the glacial to interglacial timescale. The results do not support this hypothesis. Rather, changing upperocean chemistry and circulation(More)
The Earth’s surface is under the continuous influence of a variety of natural forces and human induced sources. Strain data are good examples of such disturbed signals. To determine the geodetic strain behavior before and after the 2003 Tokachi-oki earthquake (M8.0), we decomposed the disturbed strain data into trend, air pressure, earth tide, and(More)
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