The Caribbean carbonate crash at the middle to late Miocene transition : linkage to the establishment of the modern global ocean conveyor

@inproceedings{Roth2000TheCC,
  title={The Caribbean carbonate crash at the middle to late Miocene transition : linkage to the establishment of the modern global ocean conveyor},
  author={Joy Michele Roth and Andr{\'e} W. Droxler and Koji Kameo},
  year={2000}
}
Carbonate content and mass accumulation rate (MAR) were determined for Holes 998A, 999A, and 1000A recovered during the Ocean Drilling Program (ODP) Leg 165 in the Yucatan Basin (3101 m), the Colombian Basin (2839 m), and the Pedro Channel (927 m), respectively, for an interval spanning most of the middle Miocene and the early part of the late Miocene. Aragonite MAR was analyzed in Hole 1000A to detect dissolution of metastable carbonates at subthermocline depths in addition to sea-level… CONTINUE READING

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