Reconstruction of climate dynamics in an Arctic fjord environment: evidence from a multi-proxy high resolution marine record.

S. E. MacLachlan, J. Howe

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Abstract

The cryosphere is a crucial component of the Earth's climate system, and comprises sea ice, snow, glaciers, ice cap, ice shelves, river and lake ice, ice sheets and frozen ground. The cryosphere has shown ice growth and decay on many timescales associated both with 100,000 year ice age cycles and with shorter-term (
Original languageEnglish
JournalAmerican Geophysical Union, Fall Meeting 2012, abstract #NS51A-1821
Volume51
Publication statusPublished - 1 Dec 2012

Keywords

  • 1621 GLOBAL CHANGE / Cryospheric change
  • 3022 MARINE GEOLOGY AND GEOPHYSICS / Marine sediments: processes and transport
  • 4207 OCEANOGRAPHY: GENERAL / Arctic and Antarctic oceanography
  • 4926 PALEOCEANOGRAPHY / Glacial

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