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  1. 231Pa/230Th ratios in sediments as a proxy for past changes in Southern Ocean productivity
KUMAR, N.; GWIAZDA, R.; ANDERSON, R.F.; Froelich, P.N.
In: Nature, 362, No. 6415, 45-48
KUMAR, N. (Author)551.461.8ArticleAdd To Basket
  2. Abrupt deep-sea warming, palaeoceanographic changes and benthic extinctions at the end of the Palaeocene
Kennett, J.P.; STOTT, L.D.
In: Nature, 353, No. 6341, 225-229
Kennett, J.P. (Author)551.461.8ArticleAdd To Basket
  3. Antarctic Bottom Water: major change in velocity during the Late Cenozoic between Australia and Antarctica
Watkins, N.D.; Kennett, J.P.
In: Science, 173, 813-818
Watkins, N.D. (Author)551.461.8ArticleAdd To Basket
  4. The Antarctic Circumpolar Current: its oceanographic and climatic significance in the Late Quaternary
PARAMOR, T.J.; Pudsey, C.J.
In: Filchner Ronne Ice Shelf Programme Report, No. 11, 65
PARAMOR, T.J. (Author)551.461.8ArticleAdd To Basket
  5. Antarctic link to deep flow speed variation during Marine Isotope Stage 3 in the western North Atlantic
HOOGAKKER, B.A.A.; McCAVE, I.N.; Vautravers, M.J.
In: Earth and Planetary Science Letters (BAS), 257, No. 3-4, 464-473
HOOGAKKER, B.A.A. (Author)551.461.8ArticleAdd To Basket
Reserve a copy 6. The application of Radiolaria to the Late Quaternary palaeoceanography of the Scotia and Weddell Seas (1999)
PARAMOR, T.J.
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PARAMOR, T.J. (Author)563.14Books/MonographsAdd To Basket
  7. The Azores Front since the Last Glacial Maximum
Rogerson, M.; ROHLING, E.J.; Weaver, P.P.E.; Murray, J.W.
In: Earth and Planetary Science Letters (BAS), 222, No. 3-4, 779-789
Rogerson, M. (Author)551.461.8ArticleAdd To Basket
  8. Benthic foraminifera and sediment grain size variability at intermediate water depths in the Northeast Atlantic during the late Pliocene-early Pleistocene
Austin, W.E.N.; Evans, J.R.
In: Marine Geology, 170, Nos. 3-4, 423-441
Austin, W.E.N. (William E.N.) (Author)551.461.8ArticleAdd To Basket
Reserve a copy 9. Biological paleoceanography : plankton, productivity and carbon in ancient marine systems a selection of papers presented at the fourth ... (1989)
North American Paleontological Convention; Eicher, D.L.; Diner, R.
ISBN: X78017763X
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North American Paleontological Convention. Boulder, Col., (4th : 1986) (Conference)03485Books/MonographsAdd To Basket
  10. CaCO3 size distribution: a paleocarbonate ion proxy?
Broecker, W.S.; CLARK, E.
In: Paleoceanography, 14, No. 5, 596-604
Broecker, W.S. (Author)551.461.8ArticleAdd To Basket
  11. Cenozoic deep-sea circulation: evidence from deep-sea benthic foraminifera
Thomas, E.
In: Antarctic Research Series, 56, 141-165
Thomas, E. (Author)551.461.8ArticleAdd To Basket
  12. Cenozoic evolution of Antarctic glaciation, the circum-Antarctic ocean, and their impact on global paleoceanography
Kennett, J.P.
In: Journal of Geophysical Research, 82, No. 27, 3843-3860
Kennett, J.P. (Author)551.461.8ArticleAdd To Basket
Reserve a copy 13. Cenozoic seas: the view from eastern North America (2004)
PETUCH, E.J.
ISBN: 0849316324
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  14. Cenozoic Southern Ocean reconstructions from sedimentological, radiolarian, and other microfossil data
LAZARUS, D.; Caulet, J.P.
In: Antarctic Research Series, 60, 145-174
LAZARUS, D. (Author)551.461.8ArticleAdd To Basket
  15. Changes in the mode of Southern Ocean circulation over the last glacial cycle revealed by foraminiferal stable isotopic variability
NINNEMANN, U.S.; CHARLES, C.D.
In: Earth and Planetary Science Letters (BAS), 201, No. 2, 383-396
NINNEMANN, U.S. (Author)551.461.8ArticleAdd To Basket
  16. Changes in the strength of the Iceland-Scotland Overflow Water in the last 200,000 years: evidence from magnetic anisotropy analysis of core SU90-33
KISSEL, C.; LAJ, C.; LEHMAN, B.; LABYRIE, L.; BOUT-ROUMAZEILLES, V.
In: Earth and Planetary Science Letters (BAS), 152, No. 1-4, 25-36
KISSEL, C. (Author)551.461.8ArticleAdd To Basket
  17. Changing Southern Ocean palaeocirculation and effects on global climate
Mackensen, A.
In: Antarctic Science, 16, No. 4, 369-386
Mackensen, A. (Author)551.461.8ArticleAdd To Basket
  18. Chlorin accumulation rate as a proxy for Quaternary marine primary productivity
Harris, P.G.; ZHAO, M.; Rosell-Mele, A.; Tiedemann, R.; Sarnthein, M.; Maxwell, J.R.
In: Nature, 383, No. 6595, 63-65
Harris, P.G. (Author)551.461.8ArticleAdd To Basket
  19. Circulation changes in the Faeroe-Shetland Channel correlating with cold events during the last glacial period (58 - 10 ka)
RASMUSSEN, T.L.; THOMSEN, E.; Labeyrie, L.; van Weering, T.C.E.
In: Geology, 24, No. 10, 937-940
RASMUSSEN, T.L. (Author)551.461.8ArticleAdd To Basket
  20. Circulation in the glacial North Atlantic inferred from grain-size measurements
McCAVE, I.N.; Manighetti, B.; BEVERIDGE, N.A.S.
In: Nature, 374, No. 6518, 149-152
McCAVE, I.N. (Author)552.521ArticleAdd To Basket
  21. Climatic record of Late Cenozoic antarctic ocean sediments related to the record of world climate
HAYS, J.D.
In: Palaeoecology of Africa and of the surrounding islands and Antarctica, vol. 5, 139-163
HAYS, J.D. (Author)551.461.8ArticleAdd To Basket
  22. The closing of a seaway: ocean water masses and global climate change
Lear, C.H.; ROSENTHAL, Y.; Wright, J.D.
In: Earth and Planetary Science Letters (BAS), 210, No. 3-4, 425-436
Lear, C.H. (Author)551.461.8ArticleAdd To Basket
  23. CO2-driven ocean circulation changes as an amplifier of Paleocene-Eocene thermal maximum hydrate destabilization
Lunt, D.J.; Valdes, P.J.; Dunkley Jones, T.; Ridgwell, A.; Haywood, A.M.; SCHMIDT, D.N.; MARSH, R.; Maslin, M.
In: Geology, 38, No. 10, 875-878
Lunt, D.J. (Daniel J) (Author)551.461.8ArticleAdd To Basket
  24. Coherent deep flow variation in the Iceland and American basins during the last interglacial
HALL, I.R.; McCAVE, I.N.; CHAPMAN, M.R.; Shackleton, N.J.
In: Earth and Planetary Science Letters (BAS), 164, Nos. 1-2, 15-21
HALL, I.R. (Author)551.461.8ArticleAdd To Basket
  25. A comparative study of the northwest Africa and eastern equatorial Pacific upwelling zones as sources of CO2 during glacial periods based on boron isotope paleo-pH estimation
SANYAL, A.; BIJMA, J.
In: Paleoceanography, 14, No. 6, 753-759
SANYAL, A. (Author)551.461.8ArticleAdd To Basket
  26. Composition and circulation of bottom water in the western Atlantic Ocean during the last glacial, based on pore-water analyses from the Amazon Fan
BURNS, S.J.; Maslin, M.
In: Geology, 27, No. 11, 1011-1014
BURNS, S.J. (Author)551.461.8ArticleAdd To Basket
  27. A conservative tracer for glacial ocean circulation from carbon isotope and palaeonutrient measurements in benthic foraminifera
LYNCH-STIEGLITZ, J.; FAIRBANKS, R.G.
In: Nature, 369, No. 6478, 308-310
LYNCH-STIEGLITZ, J. (Author)551.461.8ArticleAdd To Basket
  28. Constraints on the duration and freshwater release of Heinrich event 4 through isotope modelling
ROCHE, D.; PAILLARD, D.; Cortijo, E.
In: Nature, 432, No. 7015, 379-382
ROCHE, D. (Author)551.461.8ArticleAdd To Basket
  29. Continental runoff and early Cenozoic bottom-water sources
BICE, K.L.; Barron, E.J.; PETERSON, W.H.
In: Geology, 25, No. 10, 951-954
BICE, K.L. (Author)551.461.8ArticleAdd To Basket
Reserve a copy 30. Contributions to the micropaleontology and paleoceanography of the northern North Atlantic (1997)
HASS, H.C.; Kaminski, M.A.
ISBN: 8390116456
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  31. Control of Triassic seawater chemistry and temperature on the evolution of post-Paleozoic aragonite-secreting faunas
RAILSBACK, L.B.; Anderson, T.F.
In: Geology, 15, No. 11, 1002-1005
RAILSBACK, L.B. (Author)551.461.8ArticleAdd To Basket
  32. Cretaceous oceanic anoxic event 2 triggered by a massive magmatic episode
TURGEON, S.C.; CREASER, R.A.
In: Nature, 454, No. 7202, 323-326
TURGEON, S.C. (Author)551.461.8ArticleAdd To Basket
  33. Decline of the marine ecosystem caused by a reduction in the Atlantic overturning circulation
SCHMITTNER, A.
In: Nature, 434, No. 7033, 628-633
SCHMITTNER, A. (Author)551.461.8ArticleAdd To Basket
Reserve a copy 34. Deep ocean black shales : organic geochemistry and paleoceanographic setting (1986)
Meyers, P.A.; Mitterer, R.M.
ISBN: X78018346X
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Meyers, P.A. (Author)03465Books/MonographsAdd To Basket
  35. Development of the Circum-Antarctic Current
Kennett, J.P.
In: Science, 186, 144-147
Kennett, J.P. (Author)551.461.8ArticleAdd To Basket
  36. The early Miocene onset of a ventilated circulation regime in the Arctic Ocean
Jakobsson, M.; Backman, J.; Rudels, B.; Nycander, J.; Frank, M.; Mayer, L.; Jokat, W.; Sangiorgi, F.; O'Regan, M.; Brinkhuis, H.; King, J.; Moran, K.
In: Nature, 447, No. 7147, 986-990
Jakobsson, M. (Author)551.461.8ArticleAdd To Basket
  37. Effect of the formation of the Isthmus of Panama on Atlantic Ocean thermohaline circulation
HAUG, G.H.; Tiedemann, R.
In: Nature, 393, No. 6686, 673-676
HAUG, G.H. (Author)551.461.8ArticleAdd To Basket
  38. Enhanced scavenging of 231Pa relative to 230Th in the South Atlantic south of the Polar Front: implications for the use of the 231/230Th ratio as a paleoproductivity proxy
WALTER, H.J.; RUTGERS VAN DER LOEFF, M.M.; HOELTZEN, H.
In: Earth and Planetary Science Letters (BAS), 149, No. 1-4, 85-100
WALTER, H.J. (Author)551.461.8ArticleAdd To Basket
  39. Eocene to Oligocene oceanography and temperatures in the Antarctic Indian Ocean
BARRERA, E.; Huber, B.T.
In: Antarctic Research Series, 60, 49-65
BARRERA, E. (Author)551.461.8ArticleAdd To Basket
  40. The Eocene-Oligocene preglacial-glacial transition in the Atlantic sector of the Southern Ocean (ODP site 690)
DIESTER-HAASS, L.; ROBERT, C.; CHAMLEY, H.
In: Marine Geology, 131, No. 3-4, 123-149
DIESTER-HAASS, L. (Author)55(26)ArticleAdd To Basket
  41. Eocene-Oligocene transition in the Southern Ocean: history of water mass circulation and biological productivity
DIESTER-HAASS, L.; Zahn, R.
In: Geology, 24, No. 2, 163-166
DIESTER-HAASS, L. (Author)551.461.8ArticleAdd To Basket
  42. Eocene/Oligocene ocean de-acidification linked to Antarctic glaciation by sea-level fall
MERICO, A.; TYRRELL, T.; Wilson, P.A.
In: Nature, 452, No. 7190, 979-982
MERICO, A. (Author)551.461.8ArticleAdd To Basket
  43. Evaluation of the application of rare-earth elements to paleoceanography
HOLSER, W.T.
In: Palaeogeography palaeoclimatology palaeoecology, 132, No. 104, 309-323
HOLSER, W.T. (Author)551.461.8ArticleAdd To Basket
  44. Evidence for a higher pH in the glacial ocean from boron isotopes in foraminifera
SANYAL, A.; HEMMING, N.G.; Hanson, G.N.; Broecker, W.S.
In: Nature, 373, No. 6511, 234-236
SANYAL, A. (Author)551.461.8ArticleAdd To Basket
  45. Evidence for a reduction in the carbonate ion content of the deep sea during the course of the Holocene
Broecker, W.S.; CLARK, E.; McCORKLE, D.C.; PENG, T.-H.; HAJDAS, I.; BONANI, G.
In: Paleoceanography, 14, No. 6, 744-752
Broecker, W.S. (Author)551.461.8ArticleAdd To Basket
  46. Evidence for an earliest Oligocene abrupt cooling in the surface waters of the Southern Ocean
WEI, W.
In: Geology, 19, No. 8, 780-783
WEI, W. (Author)551.461.8ArticleAdd To Basket
  47. Evidence for changes in the North Atlantic Deep Water linked to meltwater surges during the Heinrich events
Vidal, L.; Labeyrie, L.; Cortijo, E.
In: Earth and Planetary Science Letters (BAS), 146, No. 1-2, 13-27
Vidal, L. (Author)551.461.8ArticleAdd To Basket
  48. Evidence for deep-water production in the North Pacific Ocean during the early Cenozoic warm interval
THOMAS, D.J.
In: Nature, 430, No. 6995, 65-68
THOMAS, D.J. (Author)551.461.8ArticleAdd To Basket
  49. 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.
Rickaby, R.E.M. (Rosalind E.M.) (Author)551.461.8ArticleAdd To Basket
  50. Evidence for lower productivity in the Antarctic Ocean during the last glaciation
Mortlock, R.A.; CHARLES, C.D.; Froelich, P.N.
In: Nature, 351, No. 6323, 220-223
Mortlock, R.A. (Author)551.461.8ArticleAdd To Basket
  51. Evidence for sulfidic deep water during the Late Permian in the East Greenland Basin
NIELSEN, J.K.; SHEN, Y.
In: Geology, 32, No. 12, 1037-1040
NIELSEN, J.K. (Author)551.461.8ArticleAdd To Basket
  52. Evidence from authigenic uranium for increased productivity of the glacial Subantarctic Ocean
CHASE, Z.; ANDERSON, R.F.; FLEISHER, M.Q.
In: Paleoceanography, 16, No. 5, 468-478
CHASE, Z. (Author)551.461.8ArticleAdd To Basket
  53. Evidence from Southern Ocean sediments for the effect of North Atlantic deep-water flux on climate
CHARLES, C.D.; FAIRBANKS, R.G.
In: Nature, 355, No. 6359, 416-419
CHARLES, C.D. (Author)551.461.8ArticleAdd To Basket
  54. Evolution of a major oceanographic pathway: the equatorial Atlantic (1995)
Jones, E.J.W.; CANDE, S.C.; Spathopoulos, F.
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  55. Evolution of Atlantic thermohaline circulation: Early Oligocene onset of deep-water production in the North Atlantic
VIA, R.K.; THOMAS, D.J.
In: Geology, 34, No. 6, 441-444
VIA, R.K. (Author)551.461.8ArticleAdd To Basket
Reserve a copy 56. Evolution of the Arctic-North Atlantic and the Western Tethys (c1988)
Ziegler, P.A.; Inter-Union Commission on the Lithosphere
ISBN: 0891813209
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  57. Evolution of the oceanic calcium cycle during the late Mesozoic: evidence from delta44/40Ca of marine skeletal carbonates
FARKAS, J.; BUHL, D.; BLENKINSOP, J.; Veizer, J.
In: Earth and Planetary Science Letters (BAS), 253, No. 1-2, 96-111
FARKAS, J. (Author)551.461.8ArticleAdd To Basket
  58. Expanded record of Quaternary oceanographic change: Amerasian Arctic Ocean
ISHMAN, S.E.; Polyak, L.; Poore, R.Z.
In: Geology, 24, No. 2, 139-142
ISHMAN, S.E. (Author)551.461.8ArticleAdd To Basket
  59. Extinction of a fast-growing oyster and changing ocean circulation in Pliocene tropical America
KIRBY, M.X.; JACKSON, J.B.C.
In: Geology, 32, No. 12, 1025-1028
KIRBY, M.X. (Author)551.461.8ArticleAdd To Basket
  60. Extreme deepening of the Atlantic overturning circulation during deglaciation
Barker, S.; Knorr, G.; Vautravers, M.J.; DIZ, P.; Skinner, L.C.
In: Nature Geoscience, 3,, 567-571
Barker, S. (Author)551.461.8ArticleAdd To Basket
  61. Extreme warming of mid-latitude coastal ocean during the Paleocene-Eocene Thermal Maximum: inferences from TEX86 and isotope data
Zachos, J.C.; Schouten, S.; Bohaty, S.; QUATTLEBAUM, T.; SLUIJS, A.; Brinkhuis, H.; GIBBS, S.J.; Bralower, T.J.
In: Geology, 34, No. 9, 737-740
Zachos, J.C. (Author)551.461.8ArticleAdd To Basket
  62. Extremely high sea-surface temperatures at low latitudes during the middle Cretaceous as revealed by archaeal membrane lipids
Schouten, S.; HOPMANS, E.C.; Forster, A.; van BREUGEL, Y.; KUYPERS, M.M.M.; DAMSTE, J.S.S.
In: Geology, 31, No. 12, 1069-1072
Schouten, S. (Author)551.461.8ArticleAdd To Basket
Reserve a copy 63. Fourth International Conference on Paleoceanography, Kiel, Germany, September 1992. Short- and long-term global change: records and modelling. (Programme and abstracts) (1992)
INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON PALEOCEANOGRAPHY
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  64. The future of El Nino
Haywood, A.M.; Valdes, P.J.; Peck, V.L.
In: Planet Earth, Winter 2006, 30
Haywood, A.M. (Alan M.) (Author)551.461.8ArticleAdd To Basket
  65. A geologic perspective on the Miocene evolution of the Antarctic Circumpolar Current system
Rack, F.R.
In: Tectonophysics, 222, 397-415
Rack, F.R. (Author)551.461.8ArticleAdd To Basket
  66. Glacial northeast Atlantic surface water pCO2: productivity and deep-water formation
Maslin, M.; Thomas, E.; Shackleton, N.J.; Hall, M.A.; SEIDOV, D.
In: Marine Geology, 144, No. 1-3, 177-190
Maslin, M. (Mark) (Author)551.461.8ArticleAdd To Basket
  67. Glacial to interglacial mineral magnetic and palaeoceanographic changes at Chatham Rise, SW Pacific Ocean
LEAN, C.M.B.; McCAVE, I.N.
In: Earth and Planetary Science Letters (BAS), 163, Nos. 1-4, 247-260
LEAN, C.M.B. (Author)550.38ArticleAdd To Basket
  68. Glacial-interglacial stability of ocean pH inferred from foraminifer dissolution rates
Anderson, D.M.; Archer, D.
In: Nature, 416, No. 6876, 70-73
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  69. Glacio-eustatic sea-level control on Red Sea salinity
THUNELL, R.C.; LOCKE, S.M.; Williams, D.F.
In: Nature, 334, No. 6183, 601-604
THUNELL, R.C. (Author)551.461.8ArticleAdd To Basket
  70. Global cooling forced increase in marine strontium isotopic ratios: importance of mica weathering and a kinetic approach
Li, G.; CHEN, J.; JI, J.; Liu, L.; Yang, J.; SHENG, X.
In: Earth and Planetary Science Letters (BAS), 254, No. 3-4, 303-312
Li, G. (Author)551.461.8ArticleAdd To Basket
Reserve a copy 71. The global thermohaline paleocirculation (2009)
Ivanova, E.V.
ISBN: 9789048124145
Copies: 1
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  72. Grain-size and Sr-Nd isotopes as tracer of paleo-bottom current strength, northeast Atlantic OCean
REVEL, M.; Cremer, M.; GROUSSET, F.E.; Labeyrie, L.
In: Marine Geology, 131, No. 3-4, 233-249
REVEL, M. (Author)551.461.8ArticleAdd To Basket
Reserve a copy 73. Handbuch der seefischerei Nordeuropas. Band 1 Naturbedingunungen des Lebens im Meere, Heft 3 : die Bodenbedeckung der Noreuropaischen Meere (1949)
Pratje, O.
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Reserve a copy 74. A high-resolution reconstruction of palaeoceanographic conditions in the glacial Southern Ocean (Scotia Sea and Adelie Land coast) (2010)
COLLINS, L.G.
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  75. 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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Reserve a copy 76. Ice rafting and paleoceanography of the northeast Atlantic Ocean (1996)
van Weering, T.C.E.; Ganssen, G.; Labeyrie, L.
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  77. Increased biological productivity and export production in the glacial Southern Ocean
KUMAR, N.; ANDERSON, R.F.; Mortlock, R.A.; Froelich, P.N.; KUBIK, P.; DITTRICH-HANNEN, B.; SUTER, M.
In: Nature, 378, No. 6558, 675-680
KUMAR, N. (Author)551.461.8ArticleAdd To Basket
  78. Increased productivity in the subantarctic ocean during Heinrich events
SACHS, J.P.; ANDERSON, R.F.
In: Nature, 435, No. 7037, 1118-1121
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  79. The influence of Antarctic sea ice on glacial-interglacial CO2 variations
STEPHENS, B.B.; KEELING, R.F.
In: Nature, 404, No. 6774, 171-174
STEPHENS, B.B. (Author)551.461.8ArticleAdd To Basket
  80. The influence of the Tethys on the bottom waters of the early Tertiary ocean
OBERHANSLI, H.
In: Antarctic Research Series, 56, 167-184
OBERHANSLI, H. (Author)551.461.8ArticleAdd To Basket
  81. Initiation of the proto circum-Antarctic current
JENKINS, D.G.
In: Nature, 252, No. 5482, 371-373
JENKINS, D.G. (Author)551.461.8ArticleAdd To Basket
  82. Intensified deep Pacific inflow and ventilation in Pleistocene glacial times
HALL, I.R.; McCAVE, I.N.; Shackleton, N.J.; WEEDON, G.P.; HARRIS, S.E.
In: Nature, 412, No. 6849, 809-812
HALL, I.R. (Author)551.461.8ArticleAdd To Basket
  83. Interhemispheric Atlantic seesaw response during the last deglaciation
Barker, S.; DIZ, P.; Vautravers, M.J.; Pike, J.; Knorr, G.; HALL, I.R.; Broecker, W.S.
In: Nature, 457, No. 7233, 1097-1102
Barker, S. (Author)551.461.8ArticleAdd To Basket
Reserve a copy 84. Investigation of Late Quaternary paleoceanography and paleoclimatology (1976)
CLINE, R.M.; HAYS, J.D.
ISBN: 0813711452
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  85. Isotopic evidence for reduced productivity in the glacial Southern Ocean
SHEMESH, A.; Macko, S.A.; CHARLES, C.D.; Rau, G.H.
In: Science, 262, No. 5132, 407-410
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Reserve a copy 86. Late Cenozoic geology, paleo-oceanography and paleo-climatology of the Ross Sea, Antarctica (1977)
Fillon, R.H.
ISBN: OC16275654
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  87. Late Cretaceous oceans and the cool tropic paradox
D'Hondt, S.; ARTHUR, M.A.
In: Science, 271, No. 5257, 1838-1841
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  88. Late Eocene to Oligocene vertical oxygen isotopic gradients in the South Atlantic: implications for warm saline deep water
MEAD, G.A.; Hodell, D.A.; CIESIELSKI, P.F.
In: Antarctic Research Series, 60, 27-48
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  89. Late Pleistocene evolution of the ocean's carbonate system
Hodell, D.A.; CHARLES, C.D.; SIERRO, F.J.
In: Earth and Planetary Science Letters (BAS), 192, No. 2, 109-124
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Reserve a copy 90. Late Quaternary changes in the Antarctic Circumpolar Current in the Scotia Sea (2007)
PUGH, R.S.
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  91. Mediterranean outflow strengthening during northern hemisphere coolings: a salt source for the glacial Atlantic?
VOELKER, A.H.L.; LEBREIRO, S.M.; Schonfeld, J.; CACHO, I.; ERLENKEUSER, H.; ABRANTES, F.
In: Earth and Planetary Science Letters (BAS), 245, No. 1-2, 39-55
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  92. A Mid Mesozoic Revolution in the regulation of ocean chemistry
Ridgwell, A.
In: Marine Geology, 217, No. 3-4, 339-357
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  93. Mid-depth circulation of the subpolar North Atlantic during the last glacial maximum
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