North atlantic versus southern ocean contributions to a deglacial surge in deep ocean ventilation
Past glacial-interglacial climate transitions were accompanied by millennial-scale pulses in atmospheric CO2 that are widely thought to have resulted from the release of CO2 via the Southern Ocean. However, direct proxy evidence for a Southern Ocean role
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