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Reconstructing Earth's Deep-Time Climate

Proceedings Out of Print
By: Linda C Ivany(Editor), Brian T Huber(Editor)
262 pages, b/w photos, colour & b/w illustrations, tables
Reconstructing Earth's Deep-Time Climate
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Presented as a Paleontological Society short course at the annual meeting of the Geological Society of America, Charlotte, North Carolina, November 3, 2012. The papers assembled in this volume review both new and long-applied methodologies for understanding climate in ancient marine and continental environments. While the editors recognize that the word "climate" means far more than just temperature, they have opted here to focus on that particular variable due to the time constraints of a one-day short course.


- Oxygen isotopes in foraminifera: overview and historical review / Paul N. Pearson
- Applying oxygen isotope paleothermometry in deep time / Ethan L. Grossman
- Conodonts and the paleoclimatological and paleoecological applications of phosphate [delta]18O measurements / Kenneth G. MacLeod
- The use of Mg/Ca as a seawater temperature proxy / Tim K. Lowenstein and Bärbel Hönisch
- Clumped isotope paleothermometry: principles, applications, and challenges / Hagit P. Affek
- GDGT thermometry: lipid tools for reconstructing paleotemperatures / Jessica E. Tierney
- Reconstructing paleoseasonality from accretionary skeletal carbonates: challenges and opportunities / Linda C. Ivany
- Reconstructing terrestrial environments using stable isotopes in fossil teeth and paleosol carbonates / Benjamin H. Passey
- Climate reconstruction from leaf size and shape: new developments and challenges / Dana L. Royer
- Progress in greenhouse climate modeling / Matthew Huber

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Proceedings Out of Print
By: Linda C Ivany(Editor), Brian T Huber(Editor)
262 pages, b/w photos, colour & b/w illustrations, tables
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