Stable carbon and oxygen isotope record of foraminifera from DSDP Hole 30-289, supplement to: Shackleton, Nicholas J (1982): The deep-sea sediment record of climate variability. Progress in Oceanography, 11(2), 199-218

Nicholas J Shackleton
Sediments accumulate on the sea floor far from land with rates of a few millimetres to a few centimetres per thousand years. Sediments have been accumulating under broadly similar conditions, subject to similar controls, for the past 10 8 years and more. In principle we should be able to study the distribution of climatic variance with frequencies over the range 10**-3 to 10**-7 cycles per year with comparative ease. In fact, nearly all our data...
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