Carbon cycle change in the Eocene, supplement to: Tripati, Aradhna K; Backman, Jan; Elderfield, Henry; Ferretti, Patrizia (2005): Eocene bipolar glaciation associated with global carbon cycle changes. Nature, 436, 341-346

Aradhna K Tripati, Jan Backman, Henry Elderfield & Patrizia Ferretti
The transition from the extreme global warmth of the early Eocene 'greenhouse' climate ~55 million years ago to the present glaciated state is one of the most prominent changes in Earth's climatic evolution. It is widely accepted that large ice sheets first appeared on Antarctica ~34 million years ago, coincident with decreasing atmospheric carbon dioxide concentrations and a deepening of the calcite compensation depth in the world's oceans, and that glaciation in the Northern Hemisphere...
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