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Chronology of the Holocene transgression at the North Siberian margin
To establish a chronology of the Holocene transgression in Arctic Siberia, a total of 14 sediment cores from the Laptev Sea continental slope and shelf were studied covering the water depth rangeExpand
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Sediments in Arctic sea ice: Implications for entrainment, transport and release
Despite the Arctic sea ice cover's recognized sensitivity to environmental change, the role of sediment inclusions in lowering ice albedo and affecting ice ablation is poorly understood. Sea iceExpand
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A multiproxy reconstruction of the evolution of deep and surface waters in the subarctic Nordic seas over the last 30,000yr
On the basis of various lithological, mircopaleontological and isotopic proxy records covering the last 30,000 calendar years (cal kyr) the paleoenvironmental evolution of the deep and surface waterExpand
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Late Cenozoic History of the Polar North Atlantic: Results from Ocean Drilling
Abstract DSDP/ODP drilling in the northern North Atlantic reveals that so far the onset of northern hemisphere cooling deduced from the occurrence of ice-rafted debris (IRD) in deep-sea sediments canExpand
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A Glacial Mediterranean
Glacial Mediterranean palaeo-oceanography has been reconstructed from planktonic foraminifers once living in this small ocean. Inferred sea surface temperatures ranged from 13°C in the Alboran Sea toExpand
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Clay mineral sedimentation in high northern latitude deep-sea basins since the Middle Miocene (ODP Leg 151, NAAG)
High-resolution clay mineralogical investigations and their comparison with other sedimentological data from ODP Sites 908 and 909 (central Fram Strait) were used to reconstruct the paleoclimate andExpand
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Cenozoic Arctic gateway paleoclimate variability : Indications from changes in coarse-fraction composition
Coarse-fraction sediment (>63 μm) studies for Leg 151 Sites 908 and 909 have enabled us to reconstruct the paleoclimate since the early Miocene (18.0 Ma) of the Fram Strait, in order to betterExpand
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The imprint of anthropogenic CO2 in the Arctic Ocean: evidence from planktic δ13C data from watercolumn and sediment surfaces
δ13C values of N. pachyderma (sin.) from the water column and from core top sediments are compared in order to determine the 13C decrease caused by the addition of anthropogenic CO2 to theExpand
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Overview of Glacial Atlantic Ocean Mapping (GLAMAP 2000)
GLAMAP 2000 presents new reconstructions of the Atlantic's sea surface temperatures (SST) at the Last Glacial Maximum (LGM), defined at both 21,500–18,000 years B.P. (“Last Isotope Maximum”) andExpand
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