DOI:​10.1016/J.QUASCIREV.2016.01.002
Corpus ID: 130977060
Oxygen-isotope Variations in Post-glacial Lake Ontario
Ryan Hladyniuk, F. Longstaffe
Published 2016
Geology
Quaternary Science Reviews
Abstract The role of glacial meltwater input to the Atlantic Ocean in triggering the Younger Dryas (YD) cooling event has been the subject of controversy in recent literature. Lake Ontario is ideally… Expand
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