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Mode And Tempo Of The Paleocene Eocene Thermal Maximum In An

The Coupling of Climate and Carbon Cycle during the Late

Much work has focused on determining the sensitivities of sea surface pH, climate and the hydrologic cycle to carbon release during the largest hyperthermal of the Cenozoic, the Paleocene-Eocene Thermal Maximum (PETM; ca. 56 Ma). However, Eocene Thermal M

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Mode and tempo of the PaleoceneEocene thermal maximum in

Mode and tempo of the Paleocene-Eocene thermal maximum in an expanded section from the Venetian pre-Alps Geological Society of America Bulletin, 2007 Claudia Agnini.

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Mode and tempo of the PaleoceneEocene thermal maximum in

Title: Mode and tempo of the Paleocene-Eocene thermal maximum in an expanded section from the Venetian pre-Alps: Authors: Giusberti, L.; Rio, D.; Agnini, C.; Backman.

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Perturbation to the nitrogen cycle during rapid Early

The Paleocene鈥揈ocene Thermal Maximum (PETM; ~56 Ma) was the result of at least 1500 GT of carbon and perhaps as much as 10,000 GT added to the earth鈥搊cean鈥揳tmosphere system over less than 10.

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Paleocene鈥揈ocene Thermal Maximum

The onset of the Paleocene鈥揈ocene Thermal Maximum has been linked to an initial 5 掳C temperature rise and to extreme changes in Earths carbon cycle.

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(PDF) Mode and tempo of the PaleoceneEocene thermal

Mode and tempo of the Paleocene-Eocene thermal maximum in an expanded section from the Venetian pre-Alps Article (PDF Available) in Geological Society of America Bulletin 119(3-4):391-412 路 March.

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Very large release of mostly volcanic carbon during the

Aug 30, 2017 路 Abstract. The Palaeocene鈥揈ocene Thermal Maximum 1,2 (PETM) was a global warming event that occurred about 56 million years ago, and is commonly thought to have been driven primarily by the destabilization of carbon from surface sedimentary

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The response of calcareous nannofossil assemblages to the

Compositions and abundances of calcareous nannofossil taxa have been determined in a ca 170 kyrs long time interval across the Paleocene/Eocene boundary at 1-cm to 10-cm resolution from two ODP Sites (1262, 1263) drilled along the flank of the Walvis Ridg

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Registro del m谩ximo t茅rmico del l铆mite PaleocenoEocene en

Mode and tempo of the Paleocene-Eocene thermal maximum in an expanded section from the Venetian pre-Alps. (CIE) associated with the Paleocene-Eocene Thermal Maximum (PETM) has been detected.

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Stratigraphy and paleoenvironmental interpretation of the

The study of nannofossils and dinoflagelate cysts from the Paleocene-Eocene transition in the Nasypnoe section, Eastern Crimea identified the bed corresponding to the global event referred as the Paleocene-Eocene Thermal Maximum (PETM).

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Gastornis Wikipedia

Gastornis. Gastornis is an extinct genus of large flightless birds that lived during the late Paleocene and Eocene epochs of the Cenozoic era. The genus is currently thought to contain three or four distinct species, known from incomplete fossil remains,

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Patterns in Palaeontology: The Paleocene鈥揈ocene Thermal

The Paleocene鈥揈ocene Thermal Maximum (PETM) is one of the most intense and abrupt intervals of global warming in the geological record. It occurred around 56 million years ago, at the boundary between the Paleocene and Eocene epochs. This warming has been

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Climate Change 2 Flashcards | Quizlet

Paleocene-Eocene thermal maximum = 55 million years ago, abrupt climate change, rapid warming associated with catastrophic release of methane.

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Mascimo termico do PaleoceneEocene Wikipedia

Questo evento, noto comme Mascimo termico do Paleocene-Eocene (normalmente abbreviao in PETM, da-a corrispondente terminologia ingleise Paleocene-Eocene Thermal Maximum, ma de votte indicao anche comme ETM1, da lingleise Eocene Thermal Maximum 1), o fu as

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PETM: Causes | EARTH 103: Earth in the Future

One of the most important parts of the PETM is that it allows us to learn how the Earth operates in a warm mode with higher CO 2 levels than today. As we learned, the current CO 2 concentration in the atmosphere is 400 parts per million (ppm) and the PETM

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Mode and tempo of the PaleoceneEocene thermal maximum in

Luca Giusberti, Domenico Rio, Claudia Agnini, Jan Backman, Eliana Fornaciari, Fabio Tateo, Massimo Oddone; Mode and tempo of the Paleocene-Eocene thermal maximum in an expanded section from the Venetian pre-Alps.

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Paleocene鈥揈ocene Thermal Maximum

The Paleocene鈥揈ocene Thermal Maximum (PETM), alternatively "Eocene thermal maximum 1" (ETM1), and formerly known as the "Initial Eocene" or "Late Paleocene Thermal Maximum" was a time period with more than 8 掳C warmer global average temperature than today

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PaleoceneEocene Thermal Maximum

Paleocene-Eocene Thermal Maximum (PETM), also called Initial Eocene Thermal Maximum (IETM), a short interval of maximum temperature lasting approximately 100,000 years during the late Paleocene and early Eocene epochs (roughly 55 million years ago). The i

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An organic geochemical multiproxy study of the Paleocene

Abstract The Paleocene - Eocene Thermal Maximum (PETM), a hyperthermal event that occurred ca. 56 Ma, has been attributed to the release of substantial amounts of isotopically light carbon, affecting the atmosphere, biosphere, and hydrosphere.

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Teaching Notes SERC

Instructors may want to preface this activity by discussing the importance of the Paleocene-Eocene Thermal Maximum in Earths climate. If a more constructivist approach to learning is followed, then this activity would provide a good foundation of informat

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Terran Church Ultima Ratio Primeval 20

The Paleocene鈥揈ocene Thermal Maximum (PETM) also called the Eocene Thermal Maximum 1 (ETM-1) refers to a climate event that began at the beginning of the Eocene epoch. The absolute age and duration of the event remain uncertain, but are thought to be clos

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Mode and tempo of the PaleoceneEocene thermal CORE

Mode and tempo of the Paleocene-Eocene thermal maximum in an expanded section from the Venetian pre-Alps By Giusberti L, Rio D, Agnini C, Backman J, Fornaciari E., Tateo F and Oddone M No static citation data No static citation data Cite.

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An osmium isotope excursion associated with the Late

Estimates of the duration of late Paleocene CIE [Bains et al., 1999; Bralower et al., 1997; Norris and R?hl, 1999; R?hl et al., 2000] in conjunction with the Os isotope data imply that intensified chemical weathering in response to warm, humid climates ca

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Response of Antarctic (ODP Site 690) planktonic

1] High鈥恟esolution study of Antarctic planktonic foraminiferal assemblages (Ocean Drilling Program Site 690, Weddell Sea) shows that these microplankton underwent a stepwise series of changes during the Paleocene鈥揈ocene thermal maximum (PETM). Initiation

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Environmental changes during the CretaceousPaleogene mass

Paleocene-Eocene Thermal Maximum (PETM): DABABIYA (GSSP) The Dababiya GSSP is located on the eastern side of the upper Nile Valley and 35 km southeast of Luxor at 25掳30鈥睳, 32掳31鈥睧 ( Fig. 2 ). Sediment deposition occurred at outer shelf depth between 150 a

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Evolutions Tempo and Mode during the Eocene Epoch

Evolution鈥檚 Tempo and Mode during the Eocene Epoch: comparison of two long contemporaneous records of the fossil mammal Hyopsodus in the American West. Benjamin John Burger Abstract The spatial and temporal record of the early Eocene mammal Hyopsodus exem

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Temperature and atmospheric CO2 concentration estimates

Jul 12, 2016 路 The Paleocene鈥揈ocene Thermal Maximum (PETM) is a remarkable climatic and environmental event that occurred 56 Ma ago and has importance for understanding possible future climate change. The Paleocene鈥揈ocene transition is marked by a rapid t

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Climate model and proxy data constraints on ocean warming

1. Introduction. The Paleocene鈥揈ocene Thermal Maximum (PETM; ca 55 Ma) is a relatively short-lived (~ 200 kyr) transient climatic event characterised by a large negative excursion in stable carbon isotope ratios, a prominent shoaling of the global ocean c

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Paleocene鈥揈ocene Thermal Maximum Explained

The onset of the Paleocene鈥揈ocene Thermal Maximum has been linked to an initial 5 掳C temperature rise and to extreme changes in Earths carbon cycle. The period is marked by a prominent negative excursion in carbon stable isotope ( ) records from around th

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The PaleoceneEocene Thermal Maximum: A Perturbation of

Prior to the establishment of the Paleocene-Eocene boundary, this same event was known as the Latest Paleocene Thermal Maximum (LPTM); following the boundary designation it was also termed the Initial Eocene Thermal Maximum (IETM). PETM is now widely used

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