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Millennial-scale surface and deep water oscillations in the N.E. Pacific

David Charles Lund

Millennial-scale surface and deep water oscillations in the N.E. Pacific

implications for late pleistocene climate change

by David Charles Lund

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Published .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Climatic changes -- North Pacific Ocean.,
  • Paleoclimatology -- North Pacific Ocean.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby David C. Lund.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination75 leaves, bound :
    Number of Pages75
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15526575M

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Millennial-scale surface and deep water oscillations in the N.E. Pacific by David Charles Lund Download PDF EPUB FB2

CA margin interstadials were represented by SST increases of up to 3‐7 degrees C The strength of the California Current changed with stadials and interstadials Deglacial SST change on the Californi Cited by: Millennial-scale climate variability in the subpolar North Atlantic Ocean during the late Pliocene.

Atlantic Deep Water (NADW), and resultant changes in Millennial ‐ scale oscillations. Millennial-scale fluctuation in seasonal se-ice and deep-water formation in the Japan Sea during the Late Quaternary millennial-scale paleoclimatic oscillations, We reconstructed the. [1] A mean continental July temperature reconstruction based on pollen records from across North America quantifies temperature variations of several timescales for the past 14, cal yr BP.

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Here, five time series with a time resolution of several decades and various time slices of surface and deep-water paleoceanography were established from hundreds of deep-sea cores for the purpose of monitoring rapid changes across the North Atlantic and testing or initiating model results.

Three fundamental modes were found to operate Atlantic Cited by: Rodgers, K. B., M. Cane and D. Schrag, Seasonal variability of sea surface Delta C in the equatorial Pacific in an ocean circulation model.

Journal of Geophysical Research-Oceans. Calcareous plankton response to orbital and millennial-scale climate changes across the Middle Pleistocene in the western Mediterranean Surface water circulation in the western A.

Incarbona, D. Salvagio Manta, N. Pelosi, M. Ribera d'Alacalà, R. SprovieriCentennial- to millennial-scale climate oscillations in the Central-Eastern Cited by: Jul 14,  · Former Senator Schmitt Summarizes History of Global Temperature.

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Age Screening of Deep-Sea Corals and the Record of Deep North Atlantic Circulation Change at KA. Authors; Authors and affiliations E. Thomsen, T.C.E. van Weering, and L. Labeyrie, Rapid changes in surface and deep water conditions at the Faeroe margin M.A.

Hall, and J. Cartlidge, Radiocarbon age of the last glacial Pacific deep Cited by: This paper presents the palynological record of deep sea core from the South China Sea (20°07′N, °23′E, water depth m). This core is about m long and covers the last 37 ka.

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Zhang, Q., T. Li, and J. Liu, Contrast of Evolution Characteristics of Boreal Summer and Winter Intraseasonal Oscillations over Tropical Indian Ocean. Millennial-scale Atlantic/East Pacific sea surface temperature linkages during the lastyears.

Variability in North Pacific intermediate and deep water. Thesis & Dissertations Thesis and dissertations written in English since are listed below.

Thesis and bachelor's projects written in Danish can be found on the Danish page. PhD thesis. Skinner, L.C. and Shackleton, N.J.

() An Atlantic lead over Pacific deep-water change across Termination I: implications for the application of the marine isotope stratigraphy. Quaternary Science Reviews, 24, – by Tony Brown Is our popular understanding of the ‘Little Ice Age’ (LIA) correct, as being a predominantly cold era lasting years, leavened by a few brief warm spells.

The canonical description of the Little Ice Age is reflected in this quote [link]: ‘The Little Ice Age is a period between about and. At present, near-surface sediments become suboxic within millimetres of the sediment-water interface and Re enrichment is observed below the depth of bioturbative mixing.

However, anoxic conditions do not develop despite relatively low bottom water oxygen concentrations ( ml/1) and relatively high organic carbon flux to the sea mercedesgo.com by: 5. Corrigendum to “Millennial scale climate oscillations recorded in the Lower Danube loess over the last glacial period” [Palaeogeogr.

Palaeoclimatol. Palaeoecol.15 November –].The evolution of deep water circulation in the subpolar North Atlantic during the last glacial termi Patrick Blaser, Jörg Lippold, Marcus Gutjahr, Norbert Frank, Jasmin Link and Martin Frank.

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and M.B. Blumenthal, Modeling Tropical Pacific Sea-Surface Temperature with Satellite-Derived Solar Radiative Forcing. Journal of Climate, 7(12): Seager, R., M.B. Blumenthal and Y.

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