The last deglaciation: timing the bipolar seesaw

@inproceedings{Pedro2011TheLD,
  title={The last deglaciation: timing the bipolar seesaw},
  author={Joel Pedro and T. D. van Ommen and Sune Olander Rasmussen and Vin I. Morgan and J{\'e}r{\^o}me Chappellaz and Andrew D. Moy and Val{\'e}rie Masson-Delmotte and Marc Delmotte},
  year={2011}
}
  • Joel Pedro, T. D. van Ommen, +5 authors Marc Delmotte
  • Published 2011
  • Geology
  • Precise information on the relative timing of north-south climate variations is a key to resolving ques- tions concerning the mechanisms that force and couple cli- mate changes between the hemispheres. We present a new composite record made from five well-resolved Antarctic ice core records that robustly represents the timing of re- gional Antarctic climate change during the last deglacia- tion. Using fast variations in global methane gas concen- trations as time markers, the Antarctic… CONTINUE READING

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