North Atlantic Midlatitude Surface-Circulation Changes Through the Plio-Pleistocene Intensification of Northern Hemisphere Glaciation
Bolton, Clara T; Bailey, Ian; Friedrich, O.; Tachikawa, K; de Garidel-Thoron, Thibault; Vidal, Sillvia M.; Sonzogni, Corinne; Marino, Gianluca; Rohling, Eelco; Robinson, Marci; Ermini, Magali; Koch, Mirjam; Cooper, M.J.; Wilson, Paul A.
The North Atlantic Current (NAC) transports warm salty water to high northern latitudes, with important repercussions for ocean circulation and global climate. A southward displacement of the NAC and Subarctic Front, which separate subpolar and subtropical water masses, is widely suggested for the Last Glacial Maximum (LGM) and may have acted as a positive feedback in glacial expansion at this time. However, the role of the NAC during the intensification of Northern Hemisphere glaciation (iNHG)...[Show more]
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