Neodymium isotope record of late Paleocene to eraly Eocene fish teeth, supplement to: Thomas, Deborah J; Bralower, Timothy J; Jones, Charles E (2003): Neodymium isotopic reconstruction of late Paleocene-early Eocene thermohaline circulation. Earth and Planetary Science Letters, 209(3-4), 309-322

Deborah J Thomas, Timothy J Bralower & Charles E Jones
High-resolution, fish tooth Nd isotopic records for eight Deep Sea Drilling Project and Ocean Drilling Program sites were used to reconstruct the nature of late Paleocene-early Eocene deep-water circulation. The goal of this reconstruction was to test the hypothesis that a change in thermohaline circulation patterns caused the abrupt 4-5°C warming of deep and bottom waters at the Paleocene/Eocene boundary - the Paleocene-Eocene thermal maximum (PETM) event. The combined set of records indicates a deep-water...
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