Links between iron supply , marine productivity , sea surface temperature , and CO 2 over the last 1 . 1

@inproceedings{MartnezGarcia2009LinksBI,
  title={Links between iron supply , marine productivity , sea surface temperature , and CO 2 over the last 1 . 1},
  author={Alfredo Martı́nez-Garcia and Antoni Rosell-Mel{\'e} and Walter Geibert and Rainer Gersonde and Pere Masqu{\'e} and V. Gaspari and C. Barbante},
  year={2009}
}
[1] Paleoclimatic reconstructions have provided a unique data set to test the sensitivity of climate system to changes in atmospheric CO2 concentrations. However, the mechanisms behind glacial/interglacial (G/IG) variations in atmospheric CO2 concentrations observed in the Antarctic ice cores are still not fully understood. Here we present a new multiproxy data set of sea surface temperatures (SST), dust and iron supply, and marine export productivity, from the marine sediment core PS2489-2/ODP… CONTINUE READING