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Spatial-temporal variations in dinoflagellate cyst records of the Chukchi margin sediments: implications for the late Pleistocene and Holocene paleoceanographic changes in the western Arctic Ocean

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Spatial-temporal variations in dinoflagellate cyst records of the Chukchi margin sediments: implications for the late Pleistocene and Holocene paleoceanographic changes in the western Arctic Ocean
Other Titles
척치해 대륙주변부 해역 퇴적물의 와편모조류 시스트의 시·공간적 분포: 플라이스토세와 홀로센 서북극해 환경에 대한 고해양적 의미
Authors
Kim, So-Young
Lee, Mi Jung
Issue Date
2012
Citation
Kim, So-Young, Lee, Mi Jung. 2012. Spatial-temporal variations in dinoflagellate cyst records of the Chukchi margin sediments: implications for the late Pleistocene and Holocene paleoceanographic changes in the western Arctic Ocean. 대한지질학회. 대한지질학회. 2012.10.24~.
Abstract
The Arctic Ocean is a key component of the global climate system characterized by the perennial ice cover, the relative importance of the continental shelves and shelf processes, and the complex interaction of water masses of the Atlantic, Pacific and riverine sources. With its distinctive climatic, hydrographic, sedimentary and biological features, the Arctic region has a strong impact on the modern and past global climate system through its albedo and freshwater budget. Therefore, understanding of the long-term environmental changes in the Arctic, particularly during the Quaternary times, has been identified as a key target for future work to assess the environmental changes in the Arctic over the last several decades. Continental shelves and slopes of the Arctic Ocean have been identified as important and under-exploited paleoclimate archives for the time period since the Last Glacial Maximum. The western Arctic Ocean is a critical region for monitoring sea ice formation and its extent, which regulate the Arctic sea ice export toward the North Atlantic and consequently influence formations of deep and intermediate waters in the North Atlantic. Hydrologic and biological processes in the western Arctic are particularly important because they are strongly influenced by interaction of Arctic and subarctic waters and processes in the marginal ice zone. In this context, microfossil assemblageic, Pacific and riverine sources. With its distinctive climatic, hydrographic, sedimentary and biological features, the Arctic region has a strong impact on the modern and past global climate system through its albedo and freshwater budget. Therefore, understanding of the long-term environmental changes in the Arctic, particularly during the Quaternary times, has been identified as a key target for future work to assess the environmental changes in the Arctic over the last several decades. Continental shelves and slopes of the Arctic Ocean ha
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http://repository.kopri.re.kr/handle/201206/8222
Conference Name
대한지질학회
Conference Place
대한지질학회
Conference Date
2012.10.24~
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