Changes in Caribbean surface hydrography during the Pliocene shoaling of the Central American Seaway

@inproceedings{Steph2006ChangesIC,
  title={Changes in Caribbean surface hydrography during the Pliocene shoaling of the Central American Seaway},
  author={Silke Steph and Ralf Tiedemann and Matthias Prange and Jeroen A. Groeneveld and Dirk N{\"u}rnberg and Lars Reuning and Michael Schulz and Gerald H. Haug},
  year={2006}
}
[1] Pliocene dO records of shallow and deep dwelling planktonic foraminifers from the Caribbean (Ocean Drilling Program sites 999 and 1000), the tropical east Pacific (sites 1241 and 851), and the Atlantic (site 925, Ceara Rise, and site 1006, western Great Bahama Bank) were used to examine Atlantic-Caribbean-Pacific atmospheric and oceanic linkages associated with the progressive closure of the Central American Seaway (5.5–3 Ma). Comparisons indicate the development of an inner-Caribbean… CONTINUE READING
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