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South Greenland ice-sheet collapse during Marine Isotope Stage 11
Reyes, A.V.; Carlson, A.E.; Beard, B.L.; Hatfield, R.G.; Stoner, J.S.; Winsor, K.; Welke, B.; Ullman, D.J. (2014). South Greenland ice-sheet collapse during Marine Isotope Stage 11. Nature (Lond.) 510(7506): 525–528.
In: Nature: International Weekly Journal of Science. Nature Publishing Group: London. ISSN 0028-0836, more
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  • Reyes, A.V.
  • Carlson, A.E.
  • Beard, B.L.
  • Hatfield, R.G.
  • Stoner, J.S.
  • Winsor, K.
  • Welke, B.
  • Ullman, D.J.

    The isotopic composition of glacial sediment discharged into the ocean from south Greenland is used to identify a major reduction in the amount of that sediment derived from erosion of Greenland’s Precambrian bedrock, probably indicating the cessation of subglacial erosion and sediment transport during Marine Isotope Stage 11 as a result of the almost complete deglaciation of south Greenland.

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