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by Christian Koeberl,Alessandro Montanari

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Author: Christian Koeberl,Alessandro Montanari
Publisher: Geological Society of Amer (April 15, 2009)
Language: English
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Christian Koeberl, Alessandro Montanari.

Christian Koeberl, Alessandro Montanari. The Late Eocene and the Eocene-Oligocene (E-O) transition mark the most profound oceanographic and climatic changes of the past 50 million years of Earth history, with cooling beginning in the middle Eocene and culminating in the major earliest Oligocene Oi-1 isotopic event. The Late Eocene is characterized by an accelerated global cooling, with a sharp temperature drop near the E-O boundary, and significant stepwise floral and faunal turnovers.

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The ice-free warm world of the early Eocene shifted to one with lower greenhouse gas concentration and glacial conditions, accentuated by the growth of substantial ice sheets on Antarctica in the early Oligocene (Shackleton and Kennett, 1975; Grazzini and Oberhaensli, 1985; Pearson and Palmer, 2000; Zachos et a. 2001; Koeberl and Montanari, 2009).

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The Late Eocene Earth: Hothouse, Icehouse, and Impacts. e. Christian Koeberl; Alessandro Montanari. Geological Society of America, 2009. p. 249-259 (GSA Special Papers; Vol. 452)

The Late Eocene Earth: Hothouse, Icehouse, and Impacts. 452). Title of host publication. The Late Eocene Earth: Hothouse, Icehouse, and Impacts. Christian Koeberl, Alessandro Montanari.

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