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Palaeogeographic controls on climate and proxy interpretation

Abstract:

During the period from approximately 150 to 35ĝ million years ago, the Cretaceous-Paleocene-Eocene (CPE), the Earth was in a ĝ œgreenhouseĝ state with little or no ice at either pole. It was also a period of considerable global change, from the warmest periods of the mid-Cretaceous, to the threshold of icehouse conditions at the end of the Eocene. However, the relative contribution of palaeogeographic change, solar change, and carbon cycle change to these climatic variations is unknown. Here,...

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Peer reviewed
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10.5194/cp-12-1181-2016

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Farnsworth, A More by this author
Loptson, C More by this author
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Grant:
NE/I005714/1, NE/I005722/1, NE/I005501/2, NE/K014757/1, NE/K012479/1
Publisher:
Copernicus Publications Publisher's website
Journal:
Climate of the Past Journal website
Volume:
12
Issue:
5
Pages:
1181-1198
Publication date:
2016-05-20
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EISSN:
1814-9332
ISSN:
1814-9324
URN:
uuid:6fd65a6f-e953-4ae6-950f-75e15e9727e5
Source identifiers:
629210
Local pid:
pubs:629210

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