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Isotopic and Elemental Tracers of Cenozoic Climate Change

Product Code: USPE395
Series: GSA Special Papers
Author/Editor: Edited by Germán Mora and Donna Surge
Publication Date: 01 October 2005
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GSA Special Paper 395.

This volume contains a series of papers focusing on the utilization of isotopic and bulk-chemical techniques to interpret past changes in climate. Chapters cover marine, coastal, and terrestrial settings, thus providing a broad range of ideas in terms of the versatility of these techniques. The authors are all experts in the field of geochemistry, with diverse backgrounds and wide-ranging expertise. Consequently, their contributions provide illustrative examples of the applicability of geochemical techniques to paleoclimatology by exploring theoretical and practical frameworks used to analyze and interpret isotopic and elemental data from marine and terrestrial materials. This publication also contains innovative interpretations that improve proxy records in the fields of oceanography, limnology, hydrology, aquatic ecology, and pedology.


Type: Book
Ten Digit ISBN: 0-8137-2395-7
Thirteen Digit ISBN: 978-0-8137-2395-2
Publisher: GSA
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 70
Weight: 0.35 kg


• 1. Reconstructing ancient deep-sea Circulation patterns using the Nd isotopic composition of fossil fish debris, Deborah J. Thomas
• 2. Molluscan radiocarbon as a proxy for El Niño-related upwelling variations in Peru, C. Fred T. Andrus, Gregory W.L. Hodgins, Daniel H. Sandweiss, and Douglas E. Crowe
• 3. Reconstruction of subseasonal environmental conditions using bivalve mollusk shells: a graphic model, Bernd R. Schöne, Jon Hickson, and Wolfgang Oschmann
• 4. Orbital forcing of tropical water balance inferred from sulfur speciation in lake sediments, Germán Mora and Linda Hinnov
• 5. Use of delta-D variations in speleothem fluid inclusions for paleoclimate reconstruction, Feride Serefiddin, Henry Schwarcz and Derek Ford
• 6. Juxtaposed Permian and Pleistocene isotope archives: surficial environments recorded in calcite and goethite from the Wichita Mountains, Oklahoma, Neil J. Tabor and Crayton J. Yapp 


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