Millennial-scale sea surface temperature variability in the western tropical North Atlantic from planktonic foraminiferal census counts

@inproceedings{Hfils2007MillennialscaleSS,
  title={Millennial-scale sea surface temperature variability in the western tropical North Atlantic from planktonic foraminiferal census counts},
  author={Matthias Hfils and Rainer Zahn},
  year={2007}
}
Planktonic foraminiferal census counts are used to construct high-resolution sea surface temperature (SST) and subsurface (thermocline) temperature records at a core site in the Tobago Basin, Lesser Antilles. The record is used to document climatic variability at this tropical site in comparison to middleand high-latitude sites and to test current concepts of cross-equatorial heat transports as a major player in interhemispheric climate variability. Temperatures are estimated using transfer… CONTINUE READING
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