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    • A brief history of climate – the northern seas from the Last Glacial Maximum to global warming 

      Eldevik, Tor; Risebrobakken, Bjørg; Bjune, Anne Elisabeth; Andersson, Carin; Birks, Harry John Betteley; Dokken, Trond Martin; Drange, Helge; Glessmer, Mirjam Sophia; Li, Camille; Nilsen, Jan Even Øie; Otterå, Odd Helge; Richter, Kristin; Skagseth, Øystein (Elsevier, 2014-12)
      The understanding of climate and climate change is fundamentally concerned with two things: a well-defined and sufficiently complete climate record to be explained, for example of observed temperature, and a relevant ...
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    • A high-resolution study of Holocene paleoclimatic and paleoceanographic changes in the Nordic Seas 

      Risebrobakken, Bjørg; Jansen, Eystein; Andersson, Carin; Mjelde, Eirik; Hevrøy, Kjersti (American Geophysical Union, 2003-03-26)
      High-resolution records from IMAGES core MD95-2011 in the eastern Norwegian Sea provide evidence for relatively large- and small-scale high-latitude climate variability throughout the Holocene. During the early and ...
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    • Late Holocene surface ocean conditions of the Norwegian Sea (Vøring Plateau) 

      Andersson, Carin; Risebrobakken, Bjørg; Jansen, Eystein; Dahl, Svein Olaf (American Geophysical Union, 2003-06-04)
      Late Holocene sea surface ocean conditions of the eastern Norwegian Sea (Vøring Plateau) are inferred from planktic stable isotopes and planktic foraminiferal assemblage changes in cores JM97-948/2A and MD95-2011 (66.97°N, ...
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    • A Miocene (8–12 Ma) intermediate water benthic stable isotope record from the northeastern Atlantic, ODP Site 982 

      Andersson, Carin; Jansen, Eystein (American Geophysical Union, 2003-03-12)
      Oxygen and carbon isotope records are presented for the benthic foraminifer Cibicidoides wuellerstorfi from upper middle through lower upper Miocene (11.6–8.2 Ma) sediments recovered at intermediate water depth (1134 m) ...
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