Late Miocene climate and time scale reconciliation: accurate orbital calibration from a deep-sea perspective, supplement to: Drury, Anna Joy; Westerhold, Thomas; Frederichs, Thomas; Tian, Jun; Wilkens, Roy H; Channell, James E T; Evans, Helen F; John, Cédric M; Lyle, Mitchell W; Röhl, Ursula (2017): Late Miocene climate and time scale reconciliation: accurate orbital calibration from a deep-sea perspective. Earth and Planetary Science Letters, 475, 254-266

Anna Joy Drury, Thomas Westerhold, Thomas Frederichs, Jun Tian, Roy H Wilkens, James E T Channell, Helen F Evans, Cédric M John, Mitchell W Lyle & Ursula Röhl
Accurate age control of the late Tortonian to early Messinian (8.3-6.0 Ma) is essential to ascertain the origin of benthic foraminiferal d18O trends and the late Miocene carbon isotope shift (LMCIS), and to examine temporal relationships between the deep-sea, terrasphere and cryosphere. The current Tortonian-Messinian Geological Time Scale (GTS2012) is based on astronomically calibrated Mediterranean sections; however, no comparable non-Mediterranean stratigraphies exist for 8-6 Ma suitable for testing the GTS2012. Here, we present the first...
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