Early Paleogene variations in the calcite compensation depth : new constraints using old boreholes across Ninetyeast Ridge in the Indian Ocean

@inproceedings{Slotnick2014EarlyPV,
  title={Early Paleogene variations in the calcite compensation depth : new constraints using old boreholes across Ninetyeast Ridge in the Indian Ocean},
  author={B. S. Slotnick and V. Lauretano and Johan Backman and Gerald R Dickens and A J van der Sluijs and Lucas J. Lourens},
  year={2014}
}
Major variations in global carbon cycling occurred between 62 and 48 Ma, and these very likely related to changes in the total carbon inventory of the oceanatmosphere system. Based on carbon cycle theory, variations in the mass of the ocean carbon should be reflected in contemporaneous global ocean carbonate accumulation on the seafloor and, thereby, the depth of the calcite compensation depth (CCD). To better constrain the cause and magnitude of these changes, the community needs early… CONTINUE READING

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