Climatically Modulated Dust Inputs from New Zealand to the Southwest Pacific Sector of the Southern Ocean Over the Last 410 kyr
Eolian mineral dust is an active agent in the global climate system. It affects planetary albedo and can influence marine biological productivity and ocean-atmosphere carbon dynamics. This makes the understanding of the global dust cycle crucial for constraining the dust/climate relationship, which requires long-term dust emission records for all major dust sources. Despite their importance, the sources of atmospheric dust deposited in the Southern Ocean remain poorly constrained. Eolian dust...[Show more]
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