paleoceanography


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paleoceanography

[¦pāl·ē·ō·shə′näg·rə·fē]
(oceanography)
The study of the history of the circulation, chemistry, biogeography, fertility, and sedimentation of the oceans.
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The findings were published by The Journal Paleoceanography and Paleoclimatology.
(2003) experimented in paleoceanography area with treatment with antibiotics to prove that marine bacteria accelerate biogenic silica dissolution rates in the sea.
(ed.): Use of Proxies in Paleoceanography. Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg.
"Tropical River Flow and Rainfall Reconstructions from Coral Luminescence: Great Barrier Reef, Australia." Paleoceanography 22: PA2218.
Pagani, "Carbon isotope ratio of Cenozoic C[O.sub.2]: a comparative evaluation of available geochemical proxies," Paleoceanography, vol.
My background in Quaternary paleoceanography and carbon and nitrogen cycling will complement the Arctic experience and inorganic biogeochemical expertise at Newcastle University and the University of Oldenburg, enabling us to reconstruct bioessential nutrient (N, P, Si, Fe) behaviour during previous sea ice minima.
Cenozoic benthic foraminiferal biostratigraphy, paleobathymehy, paleoenvironments and paleoceanography of the New Hebrides Island Arc and north D'entrecasteaux ridge area.
Paleoceanography hooked her right away with its seemingly magical translation of chemical quantities in sediments into information about the environment in the past.