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Northern Hemisphere Timing of Pliocene/late Miocene Climate Variations

Herbert T, Tzanova A, Novak J, Caballero-Gill R & Caruso A

Herbert T, Tzanova A, Novak J, Caballero-Gill R & Caruso A (2020) Goldschmidt Abstracts, 2020 1023

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Timothy Herbert
Alexandrina Tzanova
Joseph Novak
Rocio Caballero-Gill
Antonio Caruso View all 2 abstracts at Goldschmidt2020

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Submitted by Adina Paytan on
Hi Tim, How would this affect export production? I see changes in the timing of max barite accumulation shift similarly.

Submitted by Mingsong Li on
Hi Tim, when precession signals occurred, variations of eccentricity signals can be much higher than other orbital parameters, which might be linked to the nonlinear response. Any comments on this nonlinear response? And can we use the high amplitude eccentricity signal as an indicator of low amplitude precession signals, especially when the temporary resolution is limited?

Submitted by Elisabeth Sikes on
could the precessional forcing of southern hemisphere be related to shifts in the ITCZ as much as overturning circulation?

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