Accumulation rates of Late Cretaceous eolian sediments in DSDP Hole 62-463 in the Mid-Pacific Mountains, central North Pacific Ocean (Table 1), supplement to: Rea, David K; Janecek, Thomas R (1981): Late Cretaceous history of eolian deposition in the Mid-Pacific Mountains, central North Pacific Ocean. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology, 36(1-2), 55-67

David K Rea & Thomas R Janecek
Eolian dust preserved in deep-sea sediment can provide a direct historical record of global atmospheric circulation. Data from a reasonably complete Upper Cretaceous section of pelagic sediments recovered at DSDP Site 463 in the central North Pacific provides a good record of eolian activity during the time period between about 112 and 66 m.y. ago. We have isolated the eolian component from these sediments, determined its mass accumulation rate and combined these data with the...
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