Multidecadal changes in Iceland Scotland Overflow Water vigor over the last 600 years and its relationship to climate

@inproceedings{Mjell2016MultidecadalCI,
  title={Multidecadal changes in Iceland Scotland Overflow Water vigor over the last 600 years and its relationship to climate},
  author={Tor Lien Mjell and Ulysses S. Ninnemann and Helga Kikki F Kleiven and Ian Hall},
  year={2016}
}
Changes in the Atlantic Meridional Overturning Circulation (AMOC) have commonly been invoked to explain the low-frequency climate changes evident over millennial-multidecadal timescales during the Holocene period. While there is growing evidence that deep ocean circulation varied onmillennial timescales, little is known about ocean variability on shorter timescales. Here we use a marine sediment core (GS06-144-09MC-D) recovered from a high accumulation rate site on the Gardar Drift in the… CONTINUE READING

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