Ivory, Sarah J. McGlue, Michael M. Ellis, Geoffrey S. Boehlke, Adam Lézine, Anne-Marie Vincens, Annie and Cohen, Andrew S. 2017. East African weathering dynamics controlled by vegetation-climate feedbacks. Geology, Vol. 45, Issue. 9, p. 823.
Zhao, Lulu Hong, Hanlie Fang, Qian Yin, Ke Wang, Chaowen Li, Zhaohui Torrent, José Cheng, Feng and Algeo, Thomas J. 2017. Monsoonal climate evolution in southern China since 1.2 Ma: New constraints from Fe-oxide records in red earth sediments from the Shengli section, Chengdu Basin. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology, Vol. 473, p. 1.
Gu, Sifan Liu, Zhengyu Zhang, Jiaxu Rempfer, Johannes Joos, Fortunat and Oppo, Delia W. 2017. Coherent Response of Antarctic Intermediate Water and Atlantic Meridional Overturning Circulation During the Last Deglaciation: Reconciling Contrasting Neodymium Isotope Reconstructions From the Tropical Atlantic. Paleoceanography,
Sant'Anna, Lucy Gomes Soares, Emílio Alberto do Amaral Riccomini, Claudio Tatumi, Sonia Hatsue and Yee, Marcio 2017. Age of depositional and weathering events in Central Amazonia. Quaternary Science Reviews, Vol. 170, p. 82.
Ali, Khalid A. and Ortiz, Joseph D. 2016. Multivariate approach for chlorophyll-a and suspended matter retrievals in Case II type waters using hyperspectral data. Hydrological Sciences Journal, Vol. 61, Issue. 1, p. 200.
Abrajevitch, Alexandra Kondratyeva, Lubov M. Golubeva, Evgeniya M. Kodama, Kazuto and Hori, Rie S. 2016. Magnetic properties of iron minerals produced by natural iron- and manganese-reducing groundwater bacteria. Geophysical Journal International, Vol. 206, Issue. 2, p. 1340.
Scotchman, J.I. Pickering, K.T. Sutcliffe, C. Dakin, N. and Armstrong, E. 2015. Milankovitch cyclicity within the middle Eocene deep-marine Guaso System, Ainsa Basin, Spanish Pyrenees. Earth-Science Reviews, Vol. 144, p. 107.
Abrajevitch, Alexandra Font, Eric Florindo, Fabio and Roberts, Andrew P. 2015. Asteroid impact vs. Deccan eruptions: The origin of low magnetic susceptibility beds below the Cretaceous–Paleogene boundary revisited. Earth and Planetary Science Letters, Vol. 430, p. 209.
Ali, Khalid A. Witter, Donna L. and Ortiz, Joseph D. 2014. Multivariate approach to estimate colour producing agents in Case 2 waters using first-derivative spectrophotometer data. Geocarto International, Vol. 29, Issue. 2, p. 102.
Clift, Peter D. Wan, Shiming and Blusztajn, Jerzy 2014. Reconstructing chemical weathering, physical erosion and monsoon intensity since 25Ma in the northern South China Sea: A review of competing proxies. Earth-Science Reviews, Vol. 130, p. 86.
Pan, Hui-Juan Yu, Pai-Sen and Chen, Min-Te 2014. A marine sediment component interpretation based on diffuse reflectance spectrophotometry from northern South China Sea sediment core MD972148. Quaternary International, Vol. 333, p. 20.
Ortiz, Joseph D. Witter, Donna L. Ali, Khalid Adem Fela, Nathan Duff, Michael and Mills, Lonnie 2013. Evaluating multiple colour-producing agents in Case II waters from Lake Erie. International Journal of Remote Sensing, Vol. 34, Issue. 24, p. 8854.
Muri, Helene Berger, André Yin, Qiuzhen Karami, Mehdi Pasha and Barriat, Pierre-Yves 2013. The Climate of the MIS-13 Interglacial according to HadCM3. Journal of Climate, Vol. 26, Issue. 23, p. 9696.
Placzek, C.J. Quade, J. and Patchett, P.J. 2013. A 130ka reconstruction of rainfall on the Bolivian Altiplano. Earth and Planetary Science Letters, Vol. 363, p. 97.
Pan, Hui-Juan and Chen, Min-Te 2013. Evaluating color reflectance spectral methods for estimating biogenic contents of South China Sea sediments. Journal of Asian Earth Sciences, Vol. 69, p. 121.
Peralta, Alfredo Costanzo-Alvarez, Vincenzo Carrillo, Eduardo Durán, Leonardo Evert Aldana, Milagrosa and Rey, Daniel 2013. Numerical relationships between magnetic parameters measured in Quaternary sediments and global paleoclimatic proxies. Studia Geophysica et Geodaetica, Vol. 57, Issue. 4, p. 647.
Leite, Rafael N. and Rogers, Duke S. 2013. Revisiting Amazonian phylogeography: insights into diversification hypotheses and novel perspectives. Organisms Diversity & Evolution, Vol. 13, Issue. 4, p. 639.
Zeeden, Christian Hilgen, Frederik Westerhold, Thomas Lourens, Lucas Röhl, Ursula and Bickert, Torsten 2013. Revised Miocene splice, astronomical tuning and calcareous plankton biochronology of ODP Site 926 between 5 and 14.4Ma. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology, Vol. 369, p. 430.
Li, Xiang and Cai, Yuanfeng 2013. Constraining the colouration mechanisms of Cretaceous Oceanic Red Beds using diffuse reflectance spectroscopy. Cretaceous Research, Vol. 46, p. 257.
Ranasinghe, PN Ortiz, JD Smith, AJ Griffith, EM Siriwardana, CHER De Silva, SN and Wijesundara, DTDS 2013. Mid- to late-Holocene Indian winter monsoon variability from a terrestrial record in eastern and southeastern coastal environments of Sri Lanka. The Holocene, Vol. 23, Issue. 7, p. 945.
Terrigenous sediments from Ceara Rise in the western tropical Atlantic Ocean record Pleistocene Amazon Basin climate variability. Iron oxides and oxyhydroxides in this region originate mainly from chemically leached Amazon lowland soils. Concentrations of goethite and hematite in the terrigenous fraction consistently peak during transitions from glacial to interglacial periods, suggesting an increased proportion of erosive products derived from the Amazon lowlands compared to the physically weathered highlands. Lowland Amazon Basin precipitation changes, monitored by the percentage of goethite relative to total iron oxides, lead ice age extremes with maximum aridity during ice growth and maximum precipitation during ice melt. Rapid climate changes over the Amazon Basin may reflect shifts in the position of the Intertropical Convergence Zone forced by northern hemisphere insolation at precessional (1/23,000 yr−1) and obliquity (1/41,000 yr−1) frequencies. Variance in the orbital eccentricity bands (1/100,000 and 1/413,000 yr−1) may be explained by nonlinear amplification of insolation forcing at precessional frequencies. The early response of Amazon precipitation to insolation, ahead of high-latitude ice volume (δ18O) at all orbital frequencies, suggests that tropical aridity is part of the chain of events leading to ice ages, rather than a response to glacier oscillations.
Email your librarian or administrator to recommend adding this journal to your organisation's collection.