New evidence on the sequence of deglacial warming in the tropical Indian Ocean

Show simple item record Naidu, P.D. Govil, P. 2010-10-07T09:59:28Z 2010-10-07T09:59:28Z 2010
dc.identifier.citation Journal of Quaternary Science, vol.25(7); 1138-1143
dc.identifier.other no
dc.description.abstract The transition from the Last Glacial Maximum to the Holocene was an internal of climate variability that was characterised by large spatial and temporal variations. Here we show that deglaciation warming in the northern Indian Ocean was initiated ca. 19 ka, which is contemporary with deglaciation warming in the Antarctica and Southern Ocean. A gradual warming occurred during the glacial/Holocene transition in the northern Indian Ocean, unlike the two-step warming seen in Greenland and the North Atlantic. Synchronous deglacial warming ca. 19 ka in Antarctica and the northern Indian Ocean suggests a strong connection in the propagation of climate signals between Antarctica and the Indian Ocean, probably through the Indonesian Throughflow and/or Subantarctic Mode Water
dc.language.iso en
dc.publisher John Wiley
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dc.rights An edited version of this preprint was published by Wiley-Blackwell. Copyright [2010] John Wiley & Sons, Ltd. All efforts have been made to respect the copyright to the best of our knowledge. Inadvertent omissions, if brought to our notice, stand for correction and withdrawal of document from this repository.
dc.subject surface temperature
dc.subject deglaciation
dc.subject climatic changes
dc.subject palaeoclimate
dc.title New evidence on the sequence of deglacial warming in the tropical Indian Ocean
dc.type Journal Article

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