First cross-matched floating chronology from the marine fossil record: data from growth lines of the long-lived bivalve mollusc Arctica islandica

@article{Scourse2006FirstCF,
  title={First cross-matched floating chronology from the marine fossil record: data from growth lines of the long-lived bivalve mollusc Arctica islandica},
  author={J. D. Scourse and C. Richardson and G. Forsythe and I. Harris and J. Heinemeier and N. Fraser and K. Briffa and P. Jones},
  journal={The Holocene},
  year={2006},
  volume={16},
  pages={967 - 974}
}
Integrated understanding of phasings within the climate system over the last glacial cycle, and at higher frequencies, is inhibited because no absolute timescale for the marine environment currently exists. This precludes identification of forcings and feedbacks, accurate temporal calibration of the marine radiocarbon reservoir effect, and the application of radiocarbon as a proxy of short-timescale ocean ventilation. This has prompted a search for annually banded marine proxies in the hope of… Expand
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