T. Cronin
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Closure of the Isthmus of Panama: The near-shore marine record of Costa Rica and western Panama
A. Coates, J. Jackson, +5 authors Jorge A. Obando
Geology
1 July 1992
The final closure of the Isthmus of Panama at ∼3.5 Ma divided the American tropical ocean into two separate and different oceanographic regions. Consequences for the marine biota were profound, but,… Expand
460 Citations
97
History of sea ice in the Arctic
L. Polyak, R. Alley, +15 authors E. Wolff
Geology
1 July 2010
Abstract Arctic sea-ice extent and volume are declining rapidly. Several studies project that the Arctic Ocean may become seasonally ice-free by the year 2040 or even earlier. Putting this into… Expand
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Arctic hydrology during global warming at the Palaeocene/Eocene thermal maximum
M. Pagani, N. Pedentchouk, +34 authors Masanobu Yamamoto
Geology, Medicine
Nature

5 October 2006
TLDR
This corrects the article to show that the method used to derive the H2O2 “spatially aggregating force” is based on a two-step process, not a single step, like in the previous version of this paper. Expand
197 Citations
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North Atlantic Deepwater Temperature Change During Late Pliocene and Late Quaternary Climatic Cycles
G. Dwyer, T. Cronin, P. A. Baker, M. Raymo, J. Buzas, T. Corrège
Geology
Science

24 November 1995
Variations in the ratio of magnesium to calcium (Mg/Ca) in fossil ostracodes from Deep Sea Drilling Project Site 607 in the deep North Atlantic show that the change in bottom water temperature during… Expand
221 Citations
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Medieval Warm Period, Little Ice Age and 20th century temperature variability from Chesapeake Bay
T. Cronin, G. Dwyer, T. Kamiya, S. Schwede, D. Willard
Geology
1 March 2003
We present paleoclimate evidence for rapid (<100 years) shifts of f2–4 jC in Chesapeake Bay (CB) temperature f2100, 1600, 950, 650, 400 and 150 years before present (years BP) reconstructed from… Expand
259 Citations
21
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Middle Pliocene paleoenvironmental reconstruction; PRISM2
H. Dowsett, J. Barron, +4 authors D. Willard
Geology
1999
157 Citations
21
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Contrasting glacial/interglacial regimes in the western Arctic Ocean as exemplified by a sedimentary record from the Mendeleev Ridge
L. Polyak, W. Curry, D. Darby, J. Bischof, T. Cronin
Geology
15 January 2004
Distinct cyclicity in lithology and microfaunal distribution in sediment cores from the Mendeleev Ridge in the western Arctic Ocean (water depths ca. 1.5 km) reflects contrasting glacial/interglacial… Expand
139 Citations
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Joint investigations of the Middle Pliocene climate I: PRISM paleoenvironmental reconstructions
H. Dowsett, Robert S. Thompson, +6 authors T. R. Holtz
Geology
1 December 1994
Abstract The Pliocene epoch represents an important transition from a climate regime with high-frequency, low-amplitude oscillations when the Northern Hemisphere lacked substantial ice sheets, to the… Expand
188 Citations
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High eustatic sea level during the middle Pliocene:Evidence from the southeastern U.S. Atlantic Coastal Plain
H. Dowsett, T. Cronin
Geology
1 May 1990
The middle Pliocene, {approximately}3.5-2.5 Ma, was a period of global warmth preceding the growth of major Northern Hemisphere ice sheets. The authors report on eustatic sea level for the middle… Expand
215 Citations
14
Episodic fresh surface waters in the Eocene Arctic Ocean
H. Brinkhuis, S. Schouten, +19 authors K. Moran
Geology, Medicine
Nature

1 June 2006
TLDR
Palaeogene sediments obtained during the Arctic Coring Expedition are analysed, showing that large quantities of the free-floating fern Azolla grew and reproduced in the Arctic Ocean by the onset of the middle Eocene epoch and that onset and termination of the Azolla phase depended on the degree of oceanic exchange between Arctic Ocean and adjacent seas. Expand
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