Carbonate preservation and rates of climatic change

an 800kyr record from the Indian Ocean.

Larry C Peterson, W. L. Prell

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Abstract

Piston cores from water depths of 2900 to 4400m on the Ninetyeast Ridge at 6oS provide an 800kyr record of bathymetric and temporal variations in carbonate preservation as measured by the CDI. Dissolution of carbonate is out of phase with glacial-interglacial d18O cycles. Variations in preservation are proportional to and in phase with maximum rates of change in the d18O record, suggesting a rapid response of the local carbonate system to climatic forcing. The lack of a well-defined precessional (23 and 19kyr) response in the CDI and loss of coherency with d18O over the same frequencies tends to favor a circulation explanation.-from Authors

Original languageEnglish (US)
Title of host publicationThe carbon cycle and atmospheric CO 2 : natural variations Archean to present. Chapman conference papers, 1984
EditorsE.T. Sundquist, W.S. Broecker
PublisherAmerican Geophysical Union; Geophysical Monograph 32
Pages251-269
Number of pages19
StatePublished - 1985

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Peterson, L. C., & Prell, W. L. (1985). Carbonate preservation and rates of climatic change: an 800kyr record from the Indian Ocean. In E. T. Sundquist, & W. S. Broecker (Eds.), The carbon cycle and atmospheric CO 2 : natural variations Archean to present. Chapman conference papers, 1984 (pp. 251-269). American Geophysical Union; Geophysical Monograph 32.

Carbonate preservation and rates of climatic change : an 800kyr record from the Indian Ocean. / Peterson, Larry C; Prell, W. L.

The carbon cycle and atmospheric CO 2 : natural variations Archean to present. Chapman conference papers, 1984. ed. / E.T. Sundquist; W.S. Broecker. American Geophysical Union; Geophysical Monograph 32, 1985. p. 251-269.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingChapter

Peterson, LC & Prell, WL 1985, Carbonate preservation and rates of climatic change: an 800kyr record from the Indian Ocean. in ET Sundquist & WS Broecker (eds), The carbon cycle and atmospheric CO 2 : natural variations Archean to present. Chapman conference papers, 1984. American Geophysical Union; Geophysical Monograph 32, pp. 251-269.
Peterson LC, Prell WL. Carbonate preservation and rates of climatic change: an 800kyr record from the Indian Ocean. In Sundquist ET, Broecker WS, editors, The carbon cycle and atmospheric CO 2 : natural variations Archean to present. Chapman conference papers, 1984. American Geophysical Union; Geophysical Monograph 32. 1985. p. 251-269
Peterson, Larry C ; Prell, W. L. / Carbonate preservation and rates of climatic change : an 800kyr record from the Indian Ocean. The carbon cycle and atmospheric CO 2 : natural variations Archean to present. Chapman conference papers, 1984. editor / E.T. Sundquist ; W.S. Broecker. American Geophysical Union; Geophysical Monograph 32, 1985. pp. 251-269
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