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Late quaternary ice sheet history of northern Eurasia
The maximum limits of the Eurasian ice sheets during four glaciations have been reconstructed: (1) the Late Saalian (>140 ka), (2) the Early Weichselian (100–80 ka), (3) the Middle Weichselian (60–50Expand
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The International Bathymetric Chart of the Arctic Ocean (IBCAO) Version 3.0
The International Bathymetric Chart of the Arctic Ocean (IBCAO) released its first gridded bathymetric compilation in 1999. The IBCAO bathymetric portrayals have since supported a wide range of ArcExpand
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Hypsometry and Volume of the Arctic Ocean and Its Constituent Seas
[1] This paper presents an analysis of the Arctic Ocean and its constituent seas for seafloor area distribution versus depth and ocean volume. The bathymetry from the International Bathymetric ChartExpand
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New grid of Arctic bathymetry aids scientists and mapmakers
For over two decades, Sheet 5.17 of the Fifth Edition of the General Bathymetric Chart of the Oceans (GEBCO) [Canadian Hydrographic Service, 1979] has been considered the authoritative portrayal ofExpand
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Observations in the Ocean
The chapter begins with an overview of the exploratory work done in the Arctic Ocean from the mid nineteenth century to 1980, when its main features became known and a systematic study of the ArcticExpand
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Arctic hydrology during global warming at the Palaeocene/Eocene thermal maximum
This corrects the article DOI: 10.1038/nature05043
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Watermass transformations in Storfjorden
Abstract A recurrent polynya is known to form in Storfjorden in winter time with associated formation of brine-enriched shelf water (BSW). Hydrographic observations made in spring and autumn 1998 toExpand
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Manganese and color cycles in Arctic Ocean sediments constrain Pleistocene chronology
Sequential variations in manganese (Mn) content and color of deepsea sediments retrieved from the Lomonosov Ridge (87°N) in the central Arctic Ocean apparently mimic low-latitude δ 18 OExpand
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The early Miocene onset of a ventilated circulation regime in the Arctic Ocean
Deep-water formation in the northern North Atlantic Ocean and the Arctic Ocean is a key driver of the global thermohaline circulation and hence also of global climate. Deciphering the history of theExpand
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