Hitlist - : Mackensen
Hitlist - : Mackensen

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  1. Barium, opal and organic carbon records from the Southern Ocean: possible constraints on the glacial productivity hypothesis (1992)
SHIMMIELD, G.; DERRICK, S.; Mackensen, A.; Pudsey, C.J.
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  2. Changing Southern Ocean palaeocirculation and effects on global climate
Mackensen, A.
In: Antarctic Science, 16, No. 4, 369-386
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  3. Evidence for elevated alkalinity in the glacial Southern Ocean
Rickaby, R.E.M.; Elderfield, H.; Roberts, N.M.W.; Hillenbrand, C.-D.; Mackensen, A.
In: Paleoceanography, 25, PA1209, doi:10.1029/2009PA001762, 15p.
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  4. Growth and age of the Antarctic bryozoan Cellaria incula on the Weddell Sea shelf
BREY, T.; GERDES, D.; GUTT, J.; Mackensen, A.; STARMANS, A.
In: Antarctic Science, 11, No. 4, 408-414
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  5. Growth and productivity of the high Antarctic bryozoan Melicerita obliqua
BREY, T.; GUTT, J.; Mackensen, A.; STARMANS, A.
In: Marine Biology, 132, No. 2, 327-333
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  6. The history of barium, biogenic silica and organic carbon accumulation in the Weddell Sea and Antarctic Ocean over the last 150,000 years (1994)
SHIMMIELD, G.; DERRICK, S.; Mackensen, A.; GROBE, H.; Pudsey, C.J.
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  7. Late Quaternary climatic cycles as recorded in sediments from the Antarctic continental margin
GROBE, H.; Mackensen, A.
In: Antarctic Research Series, 56, 349-376
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  8. Life hung by a thread: endurance of Antarctic fauna in glacial periods
THATJE, S.; Hillenbrand, C.-D.; Mackensen, A.; Larter, R.D.
In: Ecology, 89, No. 3, 682-692
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  9. Oxygen and carbon stable isotope tracers of Weddell Sea water masses: new data and some paleoceanographic implications
Mackensen, A.
In: Deep-Sea Research Part I, 48, No. 6, 1401-1422
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  10. Palaeoproductivity at the Antarctic continental margin: opal and barium records for the last 400 ka
BONN, W.J.; GINGELE, F.X.; GROBE, H.; Mackensen, A.; FUTTERER, D.K.
In: Palaeogeography palaeoclimatology palaeoecology, 139, No. 3-4, 195-211
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  11. Sedimentological evidence for the formation of an East Antarctic ice sheet in Eocene/Oligocene time
EHRMANN, W.U.; Mackensen, A.
In: Palaeogeography palaeoclimatology palaeoecology, 93, 85-112
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  12. Stable isotopes prove shell growth bands in the Antarctic bivalve Laternula elliptica to be formed annually
BREY, T.; Mackensen, A.
In: Polar Biology, 17, No. 5, 465-468
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  13. The use of inorganic chemistry in studying the palaeoceanography of the Weddell Sea (1993)
SHIMMIELD, G.; DERRICK, S.; Pudsey, C.J.; Barker, P.F.; Mackensen, A.; GROBE, H.
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