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Do pelagic grazers benefit from sea ice? Insights from the Antarctic sea ice proxy IPSO25
(European Geosciences Union, 2018-04-04)
Further spectral and chromatographic studies of ambergris.
Jetsam ambergris, found washed ashore on beaches, is an environmentally modified form of a natural product of Sperm whales which sometimes develops a pleasant odour. Odorous samples have proved valuable in perfumery. ...
Source-specific biomarkers as proxies for Arctic and Antarctic sea ice
Sea ice control on winter subsurface temperatures of the North Iceland Shelf during the Little Ice Age: A TEX 86 calibration case study
(John Wiley and Sons Inc., 2019-06)
An assessment of biomarker-based multivariate classification methods versus the PIP<inf>25</inf>index for paleo Arctic sea ice reconstruction
© 2018 Elsevier Ltd The development of various combinative methods for Arctic sea ice reconstruction using the sympagic highly branched isoprenoid (HBI) IP25in conjunction with pelagic biomarkers has often facilitated more ...
Nordic Seas polynyas and their role in preconditioning marine productivity during the Last Glacial Maximum.
(Nature Research (part of Springer Nature), 2018-09-27)
Arctic and Antarctic polynyas are crucial sites for deep-water formation, which helps sustain global ocean circulation. During glacial times, the occurrence of polynyas proximal to expansive ice sheets in both hemispheres ...