Paleoenvironmental changes in the western Mediterranean since the last glacial maximum: High resolution multiproxy record from the Algero–Balearic basin

@inproceedings{JimnezEspejo2007PaleoenvironmentalCI,
  title={Paleoenvironmental changes in the western Mediterranean since the last glacial maximum: High resolution multiproxy record from the Algero–Balearic basin},
  author={Francisco J. Jim{\'e}nez-Espejo and Francisca Mart{\'i}nez-Ruiz and Tatsuhiko Sakamoto and Koichi Iijima and David Gallego-Torres and Naomi Harada},
  year={2007}
}
The present study uses a multiproxy approach in order to further understand the evolution of climate responses in the western Mediterranean as of the Last Glacial Maximum. Sediments from ODP Site 975 in the Algero–Balearic basin have been analysed at high resolution, both geochemically andmineralogicallly. The resulting data have been used as proxies to establish a sedimentary regime, primary marine productivity, the preservation of the proxies and oxygen conditions. Fluctuations in detrital… CONTINUE READING

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