South Atlantic intermediate water advances into the North-east Atlantic with reduced Atlantic meridional overturning circulation during the last glacial period: HYDROLOGY OF THE NORTH ATLANTIC

@inproceedings{DuboisDauphin2016SouthAI,
  title={South Atlantic intermediate water advances into the North-east Atlantic with reduced Atlantic meridional overturning circulation during the last glacial period: HYDROLOGY OF THE NORTH ATLANTIC},
  author={Quentin Dubois-Dauphin and Lucile Bonneau and Christophe Colin and Jean-Carlos Montero-Serrano and Paolo Montagna and Dominique Blamart and Dierk Hebbeln and David Van Rooij and Edwige Pons-Branchu and Freya Hemsing and Anne-Marie Wefing and Norbert Mwiine Frank},
  year={2016}
}
The Nd isotopic composition (eNd) of seawater and cold-water coral (CWC) samples from the Gulf of C adiz and the Alboran Sea, at a depth of 280–827 m were investigated in order to constrain middepth water mass dynamics within the Gulf of C adiz over the past 40 ka. eNd of glacial and Holocene CWC from the Alboran Sea and the northern Gulf of C adiz reveals relatively constant values (28.6 to 29.0 and 29.5 to 210.4, respectively). Such values are similar to those of the surrounding present-day… CONTINUE READING
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