Changes in Atmospheric Circulation and Ocean Ice Cover over the North Atlantic During the Last 41,000 Years

@article{Mayewski1994ChangesIA,
  title={Changes in Atmospheric Circulation and Ocean Ice Cover over the North Atlantic During the Last 41,000 Years},
  author={P. Mayewski and L. Meeker and S. Whitlow and M. Twickler and M. Morrison and P. Bloomfield and G. Bond and R. Alley and A. Gow and D. Meese and P. Grootes and M. Ram and K. Taylor and W. Wumkes},
  journal={Science},
  year={1994},
  volume={263},
  pages={1747 - 1751}
}
High-resolution, continuous multivariate chemical records from a central Greenland ice core provide a sensitive measure of climate change and chemical composition of the atmosphere over the last 41,000 years. These chemical series reveal a record of change in the relative size and intensity of the circulation system that transported air masses to Greenland [defined here as the polar circulation index (PCI)] and in the extent of ocean ice cover. Massive iceberg discharge events previously… Expand

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