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Reconstructing Ocean History: A Window Into the Future Proceedings 6th Intrntl Conference on Paleoceanography 08/23/98, Lisboa

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Proceedings of the 6th International Conference on Paleoceanography, held August 23-28, 1998, Lisbon, Portugal

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Preface. Polar-Tropical and Interhemisphere Linkages: 1. Polar-Tropical and Interhemisphere Linkages: An Introduction; R Zahn. 2. The Overturning circulation of the glacial Atlantic: A view from the top; J. Lynch-Stieglitz, et al. 3. Atlantic alkenone sea surface temperature records: Low versus mid latitudes and differences between hemispheres; R.R. Schneider, P.J. Mueller. 4. Long/short term variations of monsoon climate and its tele-connection to global change: High resolution grain size records of siliclastic sediments from the South China Sea; L. Wang, M. Sarnthein. Does the Ocean Cause, or Respond to, Abrupt Climatic Changes: 5. Abrupt climatic changes - causes and consequences: An Introduction; L. Labeyrie, M. Elliot. 6. Glacial and interglacial hydrological changes in the North Atlantic Ocean; E. Cortijo, et al. 7. Age screening of deep-sea corals and the record of deep north Atlantic circulation changes at 15.4 ka; J.F. Adkins, E. Boyle. 8. Phase lag of Antarctic and Greenland temperature in the last glacial and link between CO2 variations and Heinrich events; T. Blunier, et al. 9. Rapid transitions of the thermohaline ocean circulation: A modelling perspective; S. Rahmstorf. 10. On the reconstruction of past levels of atmospheric carbon dioxide; W. Berger. Biotic Responses to Major Paleoceanographic Changes: 11. An introduction to 'biotic responses to major paleoceanographic changes'; E. Thomas. 12. Hydrographic and tectonic control of plankton distribution and evolution; R.D. Norris. 13. Benthic foraminiferal response to major paleoceanographic changes; Nees, U. Struck. 14. Using planktonic foraminifera as monitors of the tropical surface ocean; A.C. Ravelo, D. Andreasen. 15. Primary production response to orbitally induced variations of the southern oscillation in the equatorial Indian Ocean; L. Beaufort, et al. Past Warm Climates: 16. Polar stratospheric cloud forcing in a greenhouse world: A climate modelling sensitivity study; L.C. Sloan, et al. 17. Variability of extreme paleogene-cretaceous climates; Evidence from Blake Nose (ODP LEG 171B); D. Kroon, et al. Innovations in Monitoring Ocean History: 18. Innovations in monitoring ocean history: An introduction to paleoceanographic proxies; D. Lea. 19. Deconvolving glacial ocean carbonate chemistry from the planktonic foraminifera carbon isotope record; H.J. Spero, et al. 20. Non-invasive sediment monitoring methods; Current and future tools for high-resolution climate studies; J.D. Ortiz, R.F. Rack. 21. Controls on the carbon isotopic composition of phytoplankton: Paleoceanographic perspectives; B.N. Kopp, et al. 22. Past and present coastal upwelling along the western Americas; A. van Geen, R. Takesue. 23. Magnetic signature of rapid climatic variations in north Atlantic sediments; C. Kissel, et al. Index.

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Edited By: Fatima Abrantes and Alan Mix
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