Sea-level variation during MIS 11 constrained by stepwise Osaka Bay extensions and its relation with climatic evolution

@inproceedings{Kariya2010SealevelVD,
  title={Sea-level variation during MIS 11 constrained by stepwise Osaka Bay extensions and its relation with climatic evolution},
  author={Chie Kariya and Masayuki Hyodo and Koichiro Tanigawa and Hiroshi P. Sato},
  year={2010}
}
Abstract Marine oxygen isotope stage (MIS) 11 has been described as a super-interglacial because of its long duration, more than 30 ka, but this view is often refuted by the observation that the peak sea level and maximum temperature did not surpass other interglacials, including the last interglacial. We address this problem using data from coastal sediments; we conducted diatom and sulfur analyses on two cores of high accumulation rate (0.52 m/ka) sediments from Osaka Bay, Japan. A linear age… CONTINUE READING

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