Interhemispheric Correlation of Late Pleistocene Glacial Events

@article{Lowell1995InterhemisphericCO,
  title={Interhemispheric Correlation of Late Pleistocene Glacial Events},
  author={Thomas V. Lowell and Calvin J. Heusser and Bj{\o}rn G. Andersen and Patricio I. Moreno and Arturo Hauser and Linda E. Heusser and C. Schl�chter and David R. Marchant and George H. Denton},
  journal={Science},
  year={1995},
  volume={269},
  pages={1541 - 1549}
}
A radiocarbon chronology shows that piedmont glacier lobes in the Chilean Andes achieved maxima during the last glaciation at 13,900 to 14,890, 21,000, 23,060, 26,940, 29,600, and ≥33,500 carbon-14 years before present (14C yr B.P.) in a cold and wet Subantarctic Parkland environment. The last glaciation ended with massive collapse of ice lobes close to 14,00014C yr B.P., accompanied by an influx of North Patagonian Rain Forest species. In the Southern Alps of New Zealand, additional glacial… 

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Interhemispheric climate links revealed by a late-glacial cooling episode in southern Chile

Pollen records from three sites in the Lake District of southern Chile are reported, from which it is inferred conditions similar to modern climate between about 13 and 12.2 14C kyr before present (bp), followed by cooling events at about 12.3 and 11.4‬C‬kyr, supporting the idea that interhemispheric linkage through the atmosphere was the primary control on climate during the last deglaciation.

Deglacial and postglacial climate history in east-central Isla Grande De Chiloé, Southern Chile (43°S)

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