The upper end of the Uk37 temperature calibration revisited
Being able to decipher paleo sea surface temperatures for warm oceanic waters is of the utmost importance to further evaluate the role of the tropics in global climate change. The UK′37 index is one of such paleothermometers, although the warm range of
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