Deciphering the state of the late Miocene to early Pliocene equatorial Pacific, supplement to: Drury, Anna Joy; Lee, Geoffrey P; Gray, William R; Lyle, Mitchell W; Westerhold, Thomas; Shevenell, Amelia E; John, Cédric M (2018): Deciphering the state of the late Miocene to early Pliocene equatorial Pacific. Paleoceanography and Paleoclimatology, 33, 246-263

Anna Joy Drury, Geoffrey P Lee, William R Gray, Mitchell W Lyle, Thomas Westerhold, Amelia E Shevenell & Cédric M John
The late Miocene-early Pliocene was a time of global cooling and the development of modern meridional thermal gradients. Equatorial Pacific sea surface conditions potentially played an important role in this global climate transition, but their evolution is poorly understood. Here, we present the first continuous late Miocene-early Pliocene (8.0-4.4 Ma) planktic foraminiferal stable isotope records from eastern equatorial Pacific Integrated Ocean Drilling Program Site U1338, with a new astrochronology spanning 8.0-3.5 Ma. Mg/Ca analyses on...
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