Stable carbon and oxygen isotope record of foraminifera from ODP holes 104-643A and 104-644A, supplement to: Jansen, Eystein; Slettemark, B; Bleil, Ulrich; Henrich, Rüdiger; Kringstad, L; Rolfsen, S (1989): Oxygen and carbon isotope stratigraphy and magnetostratigraphy of the last 2.8 Ma: paleoclimatic comparisons between the Norwegian Sea and the North Atlantic. In: Eldholm, O; Thiede, J; Taylor, E; et al. (eds.), Proceedings of the Ocean Drilling Program, Scientific Results, College Station, TX (Ocean Drilling Program), 104, 255-269

Eystein Jansen, B Slettemark, Ulrich Bleil, Rüdiger Henrich, L Kringstad & S Rolfsen
Continuous sediment sections spanning the last 2.8 Ma have been studied using stable isotope stratigraphy and sedimentological methods. By using paleomagnetic reversals as a chronostratigraphic tool, climatic and paleoceanographic changes have been placed in a time framework. The results show that the major expansion of the Scandinavian Ice Sheet to the coastal areas occurred in the late Neogene period at about 2.8 Ma. Relatively high-amplitude glacials appeared until about 2 Ma. The period between 2.8...
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