Core correlations

Zahn, Rainer
September 1994
Nature;9/22/1994, Vol. 371 Issue 6495, p289
Academic Journal
Discusses the correlations of ice-core records with the history of climate variability. Results of the Greenland Ice-Core Project (GRIP); Warm intervals between glacial periods; Contribution of ocean circulation; Eemian climate instabilities. INSET: Linking ice-core records to ocean circulation, by R.Z..


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