171B Scientific Prospectus


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Barron, E.A., and Washington, W.M., 1982. The atmospheric circulation during warm geologic periods: is the equator-to-pole surface temperature gradient the controlling factor. Geology, 10:633-636.

Benson, W.E., and Sheridan, R.E., et al., 1978. Init. Repts. DSDP, 44: Washington (U.S. Govt. Printing Office).

Berger, W.H., Kroenke, L.W., Mayer, L.A., et al., 1993. Proc. ODP, Sci. Results, 130: College Station, TX (Ocean Drilling Program).

Berner, R.A., 1990. Atmospheric carbon dioxide over the Phanerozoic time. Science, 249:1382-1386.

Boyle, E.A., 1990. Quaternary deepwater paleoceanography. Science, 249:863-870.

Boyle, E.A., and Keigwin, L.D., 1982. Deep circulation of the Atlantic during the last 150,000 years, geochemical evidence. Science, 218:784-787.

Charles, C., and Fairbanks, R., 1992. Evidence from Southern Ocean sediments for the effect of North Atlantic deep-water flux on climate. Nature, 355:416-419.

Corfield, R., and Norris, R., 1996. Deep water circulation in the Paleocene ocean. In Knox, R.W., Corfield, R.M., Dunay, R.E. (Eds.), Correlation of the early Paleogene in Northwest Europe. London Geol. Soc. Spec. Publ., 101:443-456.

Covey, C., and Barron, E., 1988. The role of ocean heat transport in climate change. Earth Science Reviews, 24:429-445.

Curry, W.B., Duplessy, J.-C., Labeyrie, L.D., and Shackleton, N.J., 1988. Changes in the distribution of 13 C of deepwater PCO2 between the last glaciation and the Holocene. Paleoceanography, 3:317-342.

Curry, W.B., and Lohmann, G.P., 1986. Late Quaternary sedimentation at the Sierra Leone Rise (eastern equatorial Atlantic Ocean). Marine Geology, 70:223-250.

Curry, W.B., Cullen, J.L., and Backman, J., 1990. Carbonate accumulation in the Indian Ocean during the Pliocene: evidence for a change in productivity and preservation at about 2.4 Ma. In Duncan, R.A., Backman, J., Peterson, L.C., et.al., Proc. ODP, Sci. Results, 115: College Station, TX (Ocean Drilling Program), 509 -518.

Dawson, M., West., R., Langston, W., and Hutchinson, J., 1976. Paleogene terrestrial vertebrates: northernmost occurrence, Ellesmere Island, Canada. Science, 192:781-782.

Ehrendorfer, T.,W., 1993. Late Cretaceous (Maastrichtian) Calcareous nannoplankton biogeography [Ph.D. thesis]. Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, WHOI-93-15.

Farrell, J.W., and Prell, W., 1991. Pacific CaCO3 preservation and 18 O since 4 Ma: paleoceanic and paleoclimatic implications. Paleoceanography, 6:485-498.

Gradstein, F., Bukry, D., Habib, D., Renz, O, Roth, P., Schimdt, R., Weaver, F., and Wind, F., 1978. Biostratigraphic summary of DSDP Leg 44: Western North Atlantic Ocean. In Benson, W. E., Sheridan, R.E., et al., Init. Repts. DSDP, 44: Washington (U.S. Govt. Printing Office), 657-662.

Hildebrand, A., and Boynton, W., 1990. Proximal Cretaceous-Tertiary boundary impact deposits in the Caribbean. Science, 248:843-847.

Hutchinson, D.R., Poag, C.W., and Popenoe, P. in press. Geophysical database of the East Coast of the United States: Southern Atlantic margin-stratigraphy and velocity from multichannel seismic profiles. USGS Open-File Report, 95-27.

Kennett, J., and Stott, L.D., 1990. Proteus and proto-oceanus: Paleogene oceans as revealed from Antarctic stable isotope results. In Barker, P.F., Kennett, J.P., et al., Proc. ODP, Sci. Results, 113: Washington (U.S. Govt. Printing Office), 865-880.

Lynch-Stieglitz, J., Fairbanks, R., and Charles, C., 1994. Glacial-interglacial history of Antarctic Intermediate Water: relative strengths of Antarctic versus Indian Ocean sources. Paleoceanography, 9:7-30.

Margolis, S., et al., 1991. Tektite glass from the Cretaceous-Tertiary boundary, proximal to the proposed impact crater in northern Yucatan. GS. Abstr., A421. (Abstract)

Miller, K., Janecek, T., Katz, M., and Keil, D., 1987. Abyssal circulation and benthic foraminiferal changes near the Paleocene/Eocene boundary. Paleoceanography, 2:741-761.

Oppo, D.W., and Rosenthal, Y., 1994. Cd/Ca changes in a deep Cape Basin core over the past 730,000 years: response of circumpolar deepwater variability to Northern Hemisphere ice sheet melting? Paleoceanography, 9:661-675.

Pak, D., and Miller, K.G., 1992. Paleocene to Eocene benthic foraminiferal isotopes and assemblages: implications for deep-water circulation. Paleoceanography, 7:405-422.

Peterson et al., 1992. Cenozoic carbonate accumulation and compensation depth changes in the Indian Ocean. In Duncan, R.A., Rea, D.K., von Rad, U., and Weissel, J.K. (Eds.), Synthesis of Results from Scientific Drilling in the Indian Ocean. Geophy. Monogr., Am. Geophys. Union, 70:311-333. [\2-9-95]

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Rea, D., Zachos, J., Owen, R., and Gingerich, P., 1990. Global change at the Paleocene/Eocene boundary: climatic consequences of tectonic events. Palaeogeog. Palaeoclim. Palaeoecol., 79:117-129.

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Sigurdsson, H., Bont, M., Pradel, Ph., and D'Hondt, S., 1991a. Geochemical constraints on source region of Cretaceous/Tertiary impact glasses. Nature, 353:839-842.

Sigurdsson, H., D'Hondt, S., Arthur, M., Bralower, T., Zachos, J., van Fossen, M., and Channell, J., 1991b. Glass from the Cretaceous-Tertiary boundary in Haiti. Nature, 349:482-487.

Slowey, N., and Curry, W., 1987. Structure of the glacial thermocline at Little Bahama Bank. Nature, 327:54-58.

Slowey, N., and Curry, W., 1992. Enhanced ventilation of the North Atlantic subtropical gyre thermocline during the last glaciation. Nature, 358:665-668.

Stott, L., and Kennett, J., 1990. New constraints on early Tertiary paleoproductivity from carbon isotopes in foraminifera. Nature, 350:526-529.

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Wright, J.D., Miller, K.G., and Fairbanks, R.G., 1992. Early and middle Miocene stable isotopes: implications for deep-water circulation and climate. Paleoceanography, 7:357-389.

Zachos, J., Rea, D., Sieto, K., Nomura, R., and Nitsuma, N., 1992. Paleogene and early Neogene deep water paleoceanography of the Indian Ocean as determined from benthic foraminifer stable carbon and oxygen isotope records. Geophysical Monograph, 70:351-385.

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