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Bipolar seesaw control on last interglacial sea level
Marino, G.; Rohling, E.J.; Rodríguez-Sanz, L.; Grant, K.M.; Heslop, D.; Roberts, A.P.; Stanford, J.D.; Yu, J. (2015). Bipolar seesaw control on last interglacial sea level. Nature (Lond.) 522(7555): 197–201.
In: Nature: International Weekly Journal of Science. Nature Publishing Group: London. ISSN 0028-0836, more
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  • Marino, G.
  • Rohling, E.J.
  • Rodríguez-Sanz, L.
  • Grant, K.M.
  • Heslop, D.
  • Roberts, A.P.
  • Stanford, J.D.
  • Yu, J.

    A synthesis of new and existing data allows Heinrich Stadial 11 (HS11), a prominent Northern Hemisphere cold event, to be linked to the timing of peak sea-level rise during glacial termination T-II, whereas rapid sea-level rise in T-I is shown to clearly post-date Heinrich Stadial 1, so fundamentally different mechanisms seem to be at work during glacial terminations.

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