Paleomagnetic on three sediment cores from the Antarctic continental slope in the Weddell Sea, supplement to: Grobe, Hannes; Mackensen, Andreas; Hubberten, Hans-Wolfgang; Spieß, Volkhard; Fütterer, Dieter K (1990): Stable isotope record and late quaternary sedimentation rates at the Antarctic continental margin. In: Bleil, U & Thiede, J (eds.), Geological History of the Polar Oceans - Arctic versus Antarctic, NATO ASI Series, Kluwer Academic Publishers, Dordrecht, Boston, London, 539-571

Hannes Grobe, Andreas Mackensen, Hans-Wolfgang Hubberten, Volkhard Spieß & Dieter K Fütterer
Four cores from the Antarctic continental margin located between 50 and 200 km from the present-day ice shelf edge, were selected for sedimentological and mass spectrometer analysis. The first stable isotope records of the Southern Polar Ocean can be correlated in detail with global isotope stratigraphy. Together with magnetostratigraphic, sedimentological and micropaleontological data, the record provides stratigraphic and paleoceanographic information back to the Jaramillo subchron (910 kyr). Although the isotope values have been altered by...
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