Climate Change and Marine Geological Dynamics


Climate Change and Marine Geological Dynamics
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Bog, hardback
Udgivelsesdato:
01-11-2021
Sprog:
Engelsk
Sidetal:
184

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The tendency for climate to change has been one of the most surprising outcomes of the study of Earth's history. Marine geoscience can reveal valuable information about past environments, climates, and biota just before, during and after each climate perturbation. Particularly, certain intervals of geological records are windows to key episodes in the climate history of the Earth-life system. ¿n this regard, the detailed analyses of such time intervals are challenging and rewarding for environmental reconstruction and climate modelling, because they provide documentation and better understanding of a warmer-than-present world, and opportunities to test and refine the predictive ability of climate models. Marine geological dynamics such as sea-level changes, hydrographic parameters, water quality, sedimentary cyclicity, and (paleo)climate are strongly related through a direct exchange between the oceanographic and atmospheric systems. The increasing attention paid to this wide topic is also motivated by the interplay of these processes across a variety of settings (coastal to open marine) and timescales (early Cenozoic to modern). In order to realize the full predictive value of these warm (fresh)/cold (salty) intervals in Earth's history, it is important to have reliable tools (e.g., integrated geochemical, paleontological and/or paleoceanographic proxies) through the application of multiple, independent, and novel techniques (e.g., TEX86, UK'37, Mg/Ca, Na/Ca, ¿47, and µCT) for providing reliable

hydroclimate reconstructions at both local and global scales.

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Udgivelsesdato:
01-11-2021
ISBN13:
9783036516981
Vægt:
662 g
Dybde:
16 mm
Bredde:
175 mm
Højde:
250 mm
Forlag:
Mdpi AG
Format:
Hardback
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