These data come from cores throughout the Arabian Sea. We measured d18O, shell
weight, and Mg/Ca of G. ruber for four distinct time horizons within the core.
Forams were subjected to a full oxidative ...
Bahamas Benthic Foraminiferal Isotope Data Calibration to VPDB The data are
presented with respect to VPDB based on an published values for NBS-19 of
-2.20 for 18O and 1.95 for 13C. Since they were ...
We present sea surface temperature (SST) records with centennial-scale
resolution from the Bay of Plenty, north of New Zealand. Foraminiferal
assemblage-based paleo-SST estimates provide a deglacial ...
This data set consists of data from the Bermuda Rise box core
Latitude: 33 deg 41.6min N
Longitude: 57 deg 36.7min W
Water depth 4418m
percent calcium carbonate ...
Pliocene Warm Period Foraminifer Stable Isotope Data
ODP Site 980/981 55.48N, 14.65W, 2200m depth
(Abstract from the online documentation):
We present a high-resolution climate record from a sediment ...
This data set consists of Northwest Pacific Stable Isotope Data.
This directory contains foraminifer stable isotope data published in Keigwin
(1998) Paleoceanography, plus additional files of d18-O ...
This data set consists of a comparison of Eemian and early Weichselian
interglacial paleoceanography with that of the Holocene interglacial in the
nordic seas (Norwegian, Iceland, and Greenland Seas) ...
Geochemical and sedimentological evidence suggest that the rapid climate
warming oscillations of the last ice age, the Dansgaard-Oeschger cycles, were
coupled to fluctuations in North Atlantic meridional ...
Two deep ice cores from central Greenland, drilled in the 1990s, have played a
key role in climate reconstructions of the Northern Hemisphere, but the oldest
sections of the cores were disturbed in ...
This data set consists of Nyberg et al. 2002 Northeastern Caribbean Holocene
Piston Core PRP 12 and Box Core PRB 12, taken at
17 deg 53.27 min N, 66 deg 36.02 min W, 349m Depth. ...
The last interglacial period (about 125,000 years ago) is thought to have been
at least as warm as the present climate. Owing to changes in the Earth's orbit
around the Sun, it is thought that insolation ...
This data set consists of planktonic foraminiferal stable isotope data. The
planktonic foraminiferal stable isotope data are uncorrected for species vital
effects. The age model is outlined in Cannariato ...
This data set consists of orbitally tuned marine isotope sequences, ODP Site
Marine isotope records from ODP Site 982 on the Rockall Plateau (57 30'N, 15
52'W, 1134M) orbitally tuned for reconstruction ...
A leading hypothesis to explain abrupt climate change during the last glacial
cycle calls on fluctuations in the margin of the North American Laurentide Ice
Sheet (LIS), which may have routed fresh ...
A rapid increase in greenhouse gas levels is thought to have fueled global
warming at the Paleocene-Eocene Thermal Maximum (PETM). Foraminiferal
magnesium/calcium ratios indicate that bottom waters ...
Samples were collected in 1991 and 1992 from massive Porites corals in Madang
Lagoon (5 deg 13'S; 145deg 49'E, .2M Depth) and at Duranguit Reef, Laing
Island (4deg 9'S; 144deg 53'E; 3M Depth), Bismark ...
The last glacial cycle was characterized by substantial millennial scale
climate fluctuations, but the extent of any associated changes in global sea
level (or, equivalently, ice volume) remains elusive. ...