A probabilistic assessment of the rapidity of PETM onset

@inproceedings{Turner2017APA,
  title={A probabilistic assessment of the rapidity of PETM onset},
  author={Sandra Kirtland Turner and Pincelli M. Hull and Lee R Kump and Andy Ridgwell},
  booktitle={Nature Communications},
  year={2017}
}
Knowledge of the onset duration of the Paleocene-Eocene Thermal Maximum—the largest known greenhouse-gas-driven global warming event of the Cenozoic—is central to drawing inferences for future climate change. Single-foraminifera measurements of the associated carbon isotope excursion from Maud Rise (South Atlantic Ocean) are controversial, as they seem to indicate geologically instantaneous carbon release and anomalously long ocean mixing. Here, we fundamentally reinterpret this record and… CONTINUE READING
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