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Sedimentological evidence for the formation of an East Antarctic ice sheet in Eocene/Oligocene time
Middle Eocene to late Oligocene sediments recovered at Ocean Drilling Program Sites 689 and 690 on Maud Rise in the southernmost Atlantic Ocean and at Sites 738 and 744 on Kerguellen Plateau in theExpand
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Cenozoic glacial record of the Prydz Bay continental shelf, East Antarctica
Drilling was undertaken at five sites (739-743) on ODP Leg 119 on a transect across the continental shelf of Prydz Bay, East Antarctica, to elucidate the long-term glacial history of the area and toExpand
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Climatic forcing of eastern Mediterranean deep-water formation and benthic ecosystems during the past 22 000 years
Abstract Lateglacial and Holocene faunal and stable-isotope records from benthic foraminifers in the eastern Mediterranean Sea (EMS) suggest a high spatiotemporal variability of deep-waterExpand
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Implications of late Eocene to early Miocene clay mineral assemblages in McMurdo Sound (Ross Sea, Antarctica) on paleoclimate and ice dynamics
Abstract The clay mineral assemblages of upper Eocene to lower Miocene sediments recovered at the CIROS-1 and MSSTS-1 drill sites on the McMurdo Sound shelf, Antarctica, were analyzed in order toExpand
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Deep-sea ecosystem variability of the Aegean Sea during the past 22 kyr as revealed by Benthic Foraminifera
Abstract Specific responses of the regional deep-sea ecosystems to climatic and oceanographic processes during the last 22 kyr are revealed by benthic foraminiferal faunas from two cores in theExpand
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Clay minerals in Cenozoic sediments off Cape Roberts (McMurdo Sound, Antarctica) reveal palaeoclimatic history
AbstractThe clay mineral assemblages of the ca. 1600 m thick Cenozoic sedimentary succession recovered at the CRP-1, CRP-2/2Aand CRP-3 drill sites off Cape Roberts on the McMurdo Sound shelf,Expand
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Sedimentation processes in the Eastern Mediterranean Sea during the Late Glacial and Holocene revealed by end-member modelling of the terrigenous fraction in marine sediments
We present grain-size distributions of the terrigenous fraction of two sediment cores from the southeast Levantine Sea (SL112) and the northern Aegean Sea (SL148), spanning the time interval from theExpand
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Deglacial history of the West Antarctic Ice Sheet in the western Amundsen Sea Embayment
Abstract The Amundsen Sea Embayment (ASE) drains approximately 35% of the West Antarctic Ice Sheet (WAIS) and is one of the most rapidly changing parts of the cryosphere. In order to predict futureExpand
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Significance of clay mineral assemblages in the Antarctic Ocean
Abstract Typical examples from different morphological and geological settings in the Antarctic Ocean are reviewed in order to discuss the value of clay mineral assemblages for reconstructing theExpand
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A community-based geological reconstruction of Antarctic Ice Sheet deglaciation since the Last Glacial Maximum
A robust understanding of Antarctic Ice Sheet deglacial history since the Last Glacial Maximum is important in order to constrain ice sheet and glacial-isostatic adjustment models, and to explore theExpand
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