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Covariation of deep Southern Ocean oxygenation and atmospheric CO2 through the last Ice Age
Jaccard, S.L.; Galbraith, E.D.; Martínez-Garcia, A.; Anderson, R.F. (2016). Covariation of deep Southern Ocean oxygenation and atmospheric CO2 through the last Ice Age. Nature (Lond.) 530(7589): 207-210. hdl.handle.net/10.1038/nature16514
In: Nature: International Weekly Journal of Science. Nature Publishing Group: London. ISSN 0028-0836, more
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    Marine

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  • Jaccard, S.L.
  • Galbraith, E.D.
  • Martínez-Garcia, A.
  • Anderson, R.F.

Abstract
    A reconstruction of changes in ocean oxygenation throughout the last glacial cycle shows that respired carbon was removed from the deep Southern Ocean during deglaciation and Antarctic warm events, consistent with a prominent role of reduced iron fertilization and enhanced ocean ventilation, modifying atmospheric carbon dioxide concentrations over the past 80,000 years.

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