Cores reveal ocean circulation changes during the last deglaciation
This paper discusses the complexity of changes in the Atlantic Meridional Overturning Circulation as reconstructed from cores in the western equatorial Atlantic Ocean. Understanding feedbacks between climate change and Atlantic circulation is of major importance in attempts to evaluate the regional pattern and magnitude of future climate change due to increased greenhouse gas concentration.
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Variability in mid‐depth ventilation of the western Atlantic Ocean during the last deglaciation
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