Persistent Solar Influence on North Atlantic Climate During the Holocene

@article{Bond2001PersistentSI,
  title={Persistent Solar Influence on North Atlantic Climate During the Holocene},
  author={G. Bond and B. Kromer and J. Beer and R. Muscheler and M. N. Evans and W. Showers and S. Hoffmann and R. Lotti-Bond and I. Hajdas and G. Bonani},
  journal={Science},
  year={2001},
  volume={294},
  pages={2130 - 2136}
}
  • G. Bond, B. Kromer, +7 authors G. Bonani
  • Published 2001
  • Geology, Medicine
  • Science
  • Surface winds and surface ocean hydrography in the subpolar North Atlantic appear to have been influenced by variations in solar output through the entire Holocene. The evidence comes from a close correlation between inferred changes in production rates of the cosmogenic nuclides carbon-14 and beryllium-10 and centennial to millennial time scale changes in proxies of drift ice measured in deep-sea sediment cores. A solar forcing mechanism therefore may underlie at least the Holocene segment of… CONTINUE READING
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