2 edition of Paleo-oceanography of the subtropical southeastern Pacific during late Quaternary found in the catalog.
Paleo-oceanography of the subtropical southeastern Pacific during late Quaternary
Written in English
|Statement||by Adolfo Molina-Cruz.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||, 179 leaves, bound :|
|Number of Pages||179|
The oldest known glacial tills Quaternary paleoceanographic to focus on regional and global studies continue paleoenviron- Kennett: Paleo-oceanography - Global Ocean Evolution mental mapping of specific time intervals especially during the last glaciation, on the spectral analysis of paleoenvironmental changes through the Quaternary and on the. Quaternary global chronostratigraphical correlation table for the last million years. The timescale is based on the internationally-recognised subdivisions of Phanerozoic Eon, Cenozoic Era, Quaternary System or Period; Pleistocene and Holocene Epochs or Series, and finally the Early/Lower, Middle, Late/Upper Pleistocene Subseries, stages or ages, which curerntly are not formalised.
Union for Quaternary Research (INQUA) recommends that the Quaternary remain formally defined as a Period within the Geologic Time Scale, the base of which should be placed at Ma. Unique in Earth History, the Quaternary is an interval of frequent measurable and dramatic changes in climate, environment, and human physical and cultural Size: KB. A reconstruction of the paleoceanography based on the results of the above analyses indicates that during the last glacial maximum (18, yrs BP): 1) sea surface temperatures were slightly lower than today; 2) the areal extent of warm Pacific Equatorial water and Tropical Surface water was diminished; 3) the California Current, North Cited by: 3.
High‐resolution textural, carbonate, microfossil, and oxygen (δ 18 O) and carbon (δ 13 C) stable isotopic analyses are presented for the late Quaternary (isotopic stages 1 to 6) interval of a core at Deep Sea Drilling Project site , situated just south of the present Subtropical Convergence in northernmost Subantarctic surface waters on the southern flank of Chatham Rise in the Cited by: Paleoceanography, scientific study of Earth’s oceanographic history involving the analysis of the ocean’s sedimentary record, the history of tectonic plate motions, glacial changes, and established relationships between present sedimentation patterns and environmental factors.. Prior to the breakup of Pangea, one enormous ocean, Panthalassa, existed on Earth.
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Molina-Cruz -oceanography of the Subtropical Southeastern Pacific During Late Quaternary: A Study of Radiolaria, Opal and Quartz Contents of Deep-Sea Sediments Thesis, Oregon State University, Corvallis, Ore. (), p. Cited by:  Paleoceanographic evidence from midlatitudes bearing on the long‐term development of Pacific Ocean surface circulation through the middle and late Pleistocene is scant because of a lack of marine paleorecords exceeding the last four or five glacial cycles.
Here we compare benthic and planktonic foraminiferal stable carbon isotope data from a 1‐Myr marine record in the southeastern subtropical Pacific with records from the equatorial Pacific and Southern.
Late Quaternary carbonate sedimentation and paleo‐oceanography in the eastern Norwegian Sea Article in Boreas 18(3) - January with 13 Reads How we measure 'reads'. The eastern Mediterranean continental paleoclimate during the p years was determined by a high-resolution petrographic, stable isotopic, and age study of speleothems from Soreq Cave, Israel.
δ 18 O–δ 13 C trends indicate that all speleothems older than yr formed under conditions that differ from those of by: Geochemical record of Late Quaternary paleoclimate from lacustrine. of the polar jet and eastern Paciﬁc subtropical high due to the. The dominant westerly winds during late Pleistocene pos.
The Subtropical Convergence and late Quaternary circulatio~J in the southern Indian Ocean. Mar. Micropaleontol., 4: The dominance of subpolar and subtropical planktonic foraminifera can be used to reliably identify the meridional position of the Subtropical Convergence (STC) in deep-sea sediments of the southern Indian by: Late Quaternary stratigraphy and paleo‐oceanography of the Grand Banks continental margin, eastern Canada Article in Boreas 12(4) - January with 9 Reads How we measure 'reads'.
Molina-Cruz, A. Paleo-oceanography of the subtropical southeastern Pacific during Late Quaternary: A study of radiolaria, opal and quartz contents of deep-sea sediments. Thesis, Oregon State University. Molina-Cruz, A. Radiolarian assemblages and their relationship to the oceanography of the subtropical S.
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View Show abstract. Lowered sea level transformed the SCS into a semienclosed basin with the only passageway to the open ocean in its northeastern corner. The East Asian Monsoon, which governs circulation patterns in the SCS both today and during the late Quaternary, created both clockwise (summer) and counterclockwise (winter) surface gyres during by: Late Quaternary Chronology and Paleoclimates of the Eastern Mediterranean Paperback – April 1, by Ofer Bar-Yosef, (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions.
Price New from Used from Paperback Cited by: The equatorial Pacific ocean dominates the tropical ocean due to its size, because (i) it encompasses the warmest region of the oceans, the western Pacific warm pool; (ii) it is the principal source of water vapor to the atmosphere; and (iii) it influences interannual oscillations in climate ().Previous studies of tropical sea surface temperature (SST) changes on glacial-interglacial time Cited by: Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology is an international medium for the publication of high quality and multidisciplinary, original studies and comprehensive reviews in the field of palaeo-environmental geology including palaeoclimatology.
Please. The species showed marked cyclic variations in relative abundance, related to the late Quaternary climate cycles. Comparison of the SST estimates from ODP site and DSDP site with each other and modern isotherms provides a record of the movement of the Southland Front, and of the surface water masses off the east coast of the South Cited by:  A high‐resolution record of organic‐walled dinoflagellate cyst production in Guaymas Basin, Gulf of California (Mexico) reveals a complex paleoceanographic history over the last ~40 ka.
Guaymas Basin is an excellent location to perform high resolution studies of changes in late Quaternary climate and paleo‐productivity because it is characterized by high primary productivity, high Cited by: About Cookies, including instructions on how to turn off cookies if you wish to do so.
By continuing to browse this site you agree to us using cookies as described in. Kim Alix Jakob, Jörg Pross, Christian Scholz, Jens Fiebig, Oliver Friedrich, Thermocline state change in the eastern equatorial Pacific during the late Pliocene/early Pleistocene intensification of Northern Hemisphere glaciation, Climate of the Past, /cp, 14, 7, (), ().Cited by: Abstract.
This volume represents some of the papers presented at the SEPM Research Symposium GeologicHistory of the Oceans at the Annual Meeting, Marchi.World Paleogeography: Throughout the Quaternary, most of the continents have followed the same movements they began in the Late Tertiary.
India and Australia have continued their movement north, adding to the Himalayas in Asia and the volcanic islands and eruptions in the South Pacific.