(Supplement) Concentration in palynomorphs per gram of dry sediment in ANDRILL core AND-2A, supplement to: Warny, Sophie; Askin, R A; Hannah, Mike J; Mohr, Barbara A R; Raine, J Ian; Harwood, David M; Florindo, Fabio (2009): Palynomorphs from a sediment core reveal a sudden remarkably warm Antarctica during the middle Miocene. Geology, 37(10), 955-958

Sophie Warny, R A Askin, Mike J Hannah, Barbara A R Mohr, J Ian Raine, David M Harwood & Fabio Florindo
An exceptional triple palynological signal (unusually high abundance of marine, freshwater, and terrestrial palynomorphs) recovered from a core collected during the 2007 ANDRILL (Antarctic geologic drilling program) campaign in the Ross Sea, Antarctica, provides constraints for the Middle Miocene Climatic Optimum. Compared to elsewhere in the core, this signal comprises a 2000-fold increase in two species of dinoflagellate cysts, a synchronous five-fold increase in freshwater algae, and up to an 80-fold increase in terrestrial pollen,...
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