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Hydrological and associated biogeochemical consequences of rapid global warming during the Paleocene-Eocene Thermal Maximum

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The Paleocene-Eocene Thermal Maximum (PETM) hyperthermal, ~56 million years ago (Ma), is the most dramatic example of abrupt Cenozoic global warming. Characterised by surface temperature increases of between 5 – 9 °C and a rapid onset of less than 20 kyr, the PETM has been widely studied as a natural analogue for future anthropogenic-induced warming. The PETM provides a case study of the impacts of global warming on the Earth system, including both hydrological and associated biogeochemical f...

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10.1016/j.gloplacha.2017.07.014

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Carmichael, MJ More by this author
Inglis, GN More by this author
Badger, MPS More by this author
Naafs, BDA More by this author
Behrooz, L More by this author
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Global and Planetary Change Journal website
Volume:
157
Pages:
114-138
Publication date:
2017-08-12
Acceptance date:
2017-07-31
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0921-8181
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pubs:725042
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uri:3e41198a-3f6f-4d84-853c-e143dc3d480d
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uuid:3e41198a-3f6f-4d84-853c-e143dc3d480d
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