Glacial variability over the last two million years: an extended depth-derived agemodel, continuous obliquity pacing, and the Pleistocene progression

@inproceedings{Huybers2007GlacialVO,
  title={Glacial variability over the last two million years: an extended depth-derived agemodel, continuous obliquity pacing, and the Pleistocene progression},
  author={Peter J Huybers},
  year={2007}
}
Abstract An agemodel not relying upon orbital assumptions is estimated over the last 2 Ma using depth in marine sediment cores as a proxy for time. Agemodel uncertainty averages ± 10 Ka in the early Pleistocene ( ∼ 2 –1 Ma) and ± 7 Ka in the late Pleistocene ( ∼ 1 Ma to the present). Twelve benthic and five planktic δ 18 O records are pinned to the agemodel and averaged together to provide a record of glacial variability. Major deglaciation features are identified over the last 2 Ma and a… CONTINUE READING
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