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Boron isotope evidence for oceanic carbon dioxide leakage during the last deglaciation
Martínez-Boti, M.A.; Marino, G.; Foster, L.; Ziveri, P.; Henehan, M.J.; Rae, J.W.B.; Mortyn, P.G.; Vance, D. (2015). Boron isotope evidence for oceanic carbon dioxide leakage during the last deglaciation. Nature (Lond.) 518(7538): 219–222. hdl.handle.net/10.1038/nature14155
In: Nature: International Weekly Journal of Science. Nature Publishing Group: London. ISSN 0028-0836, more
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Keywords
    Palaeoceanography; Palaeoclimate; Marine

Authors  Top 
  • Martínez-Boti, M.A.
  • Marino, G.
  • Foster, L.
  • Ziveri, P.
  • Henehan, M.J.
  • Rae, J.W.B.
  • Mortyn, P.G.
  • Vance, D.

Abstract
    The boron isotope pH proxy in sediment-core planktic foraminifera is used as a tracer of oceanic CO2 outgassing to show that surface waters which derive partly from deep water upwelled in the Southern Ocean became a significant source of carbon to the atmosphere during the last deglaciation;

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