Magnetotactic bacterial response to Antarctic dust supply during the Palaeocene-Eocene thermal maximum
Distinct magnetic properties of marine sediments that record the Palaeocene-Eocene thermal maximum (PETM) have been suggested to be due to a bacterial magnetofossil signal that is linked to enhanced weathering conditions during the PETM. We document the dominance of bacterial magnetite in deep-sea sediments from southern Kerguelen Plateau (Ocean Drilling Program Hole 738C, southern Ocean) not only during the PETM, but also before and after the thermal event. This occurrence of magnetofossils...[Show more]
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