Reorganization of Southern Ocean Plankton Ecosystem at the Onset of Antarctic Glaciation

@article{Houben2013ReorganizationOS,
  title={Reorganization of Southern Ocean Plankton Ecosystem at the Onset of Antarctic Glaciation},
  author={A. Houben and P. Bijl and J. Pross and S. Bohaty and S. Passchier and C. Stickley and U. R{\"o}hl and S. Sugisaki and L. Tauxe and Tina van de Flierdt and M. Olney and F. Sangiorgi and A. Sluijs and C. Escutia and H. Brinkhuis},
  journal={Science},
  year={2013},
  volume={340},
  pages={341 - 344}
}
Southern Change Antarctica has been mostly covered by ice since the inception of large-scale continental glaciation during the Oligocene, which profoundly altered the isotopic and mineralogical records of the sediments surrounding the continent. Houben et al. (p. 341) found records of the corresponding living systems in the fossil marine dinoflagellate cysts, which revealed that a microplankton ecosystem, similar to the one that exists today, appeared simultaneously with the first major… Expand
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