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Ronge, Thomas A (2019): Stable and radiogenic isotope record for sediments cores from the Southern Indian Ocean. PANGAEA,

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Here we present reconstructions of water residence times (depicted as ΔΔ14C and δ13C) for the last 32,000 years on sediment records from the Kerguelen Plateau and the Conrad Rise (~570-2500 m water depth), along with simulated changes in ocean stratification from a transient climate model experiment. Our data indicate that Circumpolar Deep Waters in the Indian Ocean were part of the glacial carbon pool.
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Ronge, Thomas A; Prange, Matthias; Mollenhauer, Gesine; Ellinghausen, Maret; Kuhn, Gerhard; Tiedemann, Ralph (accepted): Radiocarbon Evidence for the Contribution of the Southern Indian Ocean to the Evolution of Atmospheric CO2 over the last 32,000 years. Paleoceanography and Paleoclimatology,
Median Latitude: -51.833413 * Median Longitude: 65.767080 * South-bound Latitude: -55.004160 * West-bound Longitude: 40.801660 * North-bound Latitude: -50.310330 * East-bound Longitude: 73.334000
Date/Time Start: 1994-05-11T00:00:00 * Date/Time End: 2007-03-28T16:51:00
Stable and radiogenic isotope data for 4 sediments cores from the Southern Indian Ocean
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  1. Ronge, TA (2019): Radiocarbon ages of sediment core PS2606-6.
  2. Ronge, TA (2019): Radiocarbon ages of sediment core PS69/907-2.
  3. Ronge, TA (2019): Radiocarbon ages of sediment core PS69/912-3.
  4. Ronge, TA (2019): Radiocarbon ages of sediment core PS69/912-4.
  5. Ronge, TA (2019): Stable carbon and oxygen isotope record of sediment profile PS69/912.