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A molybdenum isotope record of Eocene Thermal Maximum 2: Implications for global ocean redox during the early Eocene

Abstract:

During the early Eocene, a series of short-term global warming events ("hyperthermals") occurred in response to the rapid release of carbon into the oceans and atmosphere. In order to investigate the response of ocean redox to global warming, we have determined the molybdenum isotope compositions (δ98/95Mo) of samples spanning one such hyperthermal (Eocene Thermal Maximum 2 (ETM-2, 54.1 Ma)), from Integrated Ocean Drilling Program Expedition 302 Site M0004A in the Arctic Ocean. The highest δ ...

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10.1029/2012PA002346

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Journal:
Paleoceanography
Volume:
27
Issue:
3
Pages:
n/a-n/a
Publication date:
2012-01-01
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ISSN:
0883-8305
URN:
uuid:275f7ae9-6da4-4b8c-a6b2-ee5359c7e85f
Source identifiers:
383754
Local pid:
pubs:383754
Language:
English

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