Studies of lithology, particle-size distributions, and micropaleontology and chemical analyses of 221 Atlantic and Caribbean deep-sea cores lead to new conceptions of processes of sedimentation, rates of sediment accumulation, Pleistocene chronology, and pre-Pleistocene history of the Atlantic Basin.
Anomalous layers of sand, silt, and lutite occur widely in the deep basins of the Atlantic.
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London.
Sedimentary processes and the creation of the stratigraphic record in the Late Quaternary North Atlantic Ocean.
Radiocarbon chronology of depositional regimes in the western Arctic Ocean.
Infaunal density, biomass and bioturbation in the sediments of the Arctic Ocean.
Radiocarbon Age Offsets in Different-Sized Carbonate Components of Deep-Sea Sediments.
Heier-Nielsen, Susanne Conradsen, Keld Heinemeier, Jan Knudsen, K.
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