How best to know Antarctic temperature history? A view since 3.5 Ma from ODP Site 1119, southwest Pacific Ocean

Author(s): Carter, Robert M.
Author Affiliation(s): Primary:
James Cook University, Australia
Volume Title: Italia 2004; 32nd international geological congress; abstracts
Source: International Geological Congress [International Geological Congress, Abstracts = Congrès Géologique International, Résumés, Vol.32(Part 1), p.341; Italia 2004; 32nd international geological congress, Florence, Italy, Aug. 20-28, 2004. Publisher:], [location varies], International CODEN: IGABBY
Note: In English
Year of Publication: 2004
Research Program: ODP Ocean Drilling Program
Key Words: 12 Stratigraphy, Historical Geology and Paleoecology; Antarctic Intermediate Water; Antarctica; Australasia; Cenozoic; Clastic sediments; Climate change; Drift; Gamma-ray spectra; Glacial geology; Ice caps; Leg 181; Marine sediments; Neogene; New Zealand; ODP Site 1119; Ocean Drilling Program; Pacific Ocean; Paleo-oceanography; Paleoclimatology; Paleotemperature; Plate boundaries; Plate tectonics; Pliocene; Quaternary; Sediments; South Island; South Pacific; Southern Alps; Southern Ocean; Southwest Pacific; Spectra; Tertiary; Upper Pliocene; West Pacific
Coordinates: S444520 S444520 E1722336 E1722336
Record ID: 2005062026
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