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Holocene subpolar gyre dynamic as viewed from geochemical tracer records of cold-water corals

Abstract : To reconstruct time series of oceanic patterns beyond the time covered by instrumental sea water measurements geochemical tracers recorded in cold-water corals provide a unique oceanic archive. Throughout this presentation it will be shown, which corals develop surrounding Iceland, which water masses influence and steer the growth of such corals and how the organisms incorporate information about the oceanic regime in which they develop.
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Norbert Frank. Holocene subpolar gyre dynamic as viewed from geochemical tracer records of cold-water corals. Iceland in the central Northern Atlantic : Hotspot, sea currents and climate changes, May 2010, Plouzané, France. ⟨insu-00477404⟩

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