Late Maastrichtian paleoclimatic and paleoceanographic changes inferred from Sr/Ca ratio and stable isotopes

@inproceedings{Stuben2011LateMP,
  title={Late Maastrichtian paleoclimatic and paleoceanographic changes inferred from Sr/Ca ratio and stable isotopes},
  author={D. Stu«ben and Utz Kramar and Zsolt Berner and M. Meudt and Gerta Keller and S. Abramovich and Thierry Adatte and Ulrich Hambach and Wolfgang Stinnesbeck},
  year={2011}
}
Milankovitch-scale cycles can be recognized in high-resolution N13C, N18O, Sr/Ca, mineralogical, and magnetic susceptibility data in hemipelagic sediments that span the last 700 kyr of the Maastrichtian at Elles, Tunisia. Oxygen isotope data reveal three cool periods between 65.50 and 65.55 Ma (21.5^23.5 m), 65.26 and 65.33 Ma (8^11 m), and 65.04 and 65.12 Ma (1.5^4 m), and three warm periods between 65.33 and 65.38 Ma (12^16 m), 65.12 and 65.26 Ma (4^8 m), and 65.00 and 65.04 Ma (0^1.5 m). The… CONTINUE READING
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