Reconstructing Terrestrial Paleoclimates: A Comparison of the Co‐Existence Approach, Bayesian and Probability Reconstruction Techniques Using the UK Neogene

@article{Gibson2022ReconstructingTP,
  title={Reconstructing Terrestrial Paleoclimates: A Comparison of the Co‐Existence Approach, Bayesian and Probability Reconstruction Techniques Using the UK Neogene},
  author={M. E. Gibson and Jr. Scott McCoy and Jennifer M. K. O'Keefe and Noelia B. Nu{\~n}ez Ota{\~n}o and S. Warny and Matthew J. Pound},
  journal={Paleoceanography and Paleoclimatology},
  year={2022},
  volume={37}
}
Neogene sediments in the UK are ideally situated for understanding the early development of hydrological dynamics and atmospheric circulation that led to the modern oceanic climate of northwest Europe. Onshore Neogene fossiliferous deposits in the UK are limited to the solution pipe fills at Trwyn y Parc in Anglesey (Middle Miocene), the Brassington Formation of Derbyshire (Serravallian‐Tortonian), and the Coralline Crag Formation (latest Zanclean‐earliest Piacenzian) and Red Crag Formation… 
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