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  1. Anisotropy-magnetic susceptibility from the Krems Wachtberg archaeological Site (Austria) and high temperature susceptibility

    Zeeden, Christian; Hambach, Ulrich; Händel, Marc
    The loess sediment embedding the main Gravettian layer at the Krems-Wachtberg archaeological site facilitates exceptional preservation. To gain insight in the sedimentation process before and after the Paleolithic settlement, the magnetic fabric (preferential orientation of magnetic particles) of loess of the Krems-Wachtberg site is investigated. Magnetic fabric properties clearly show an eolian origin of the loess, but may indicate some relocation in the meter above the cultural layer. The magnetic fabric properties can be divided into three intervals, the top interval shows lowest foliation and inconsistent magnetic fabric directions. The middle interval around the main cultural layer shows low foliation,...

  2. Anisotropy-magnetic susceptibility from the Krems Wachtberg archaeological Site (Austria) and high temperature susceptibility

    Zeeden, Christian; Hambach, Ulrich; Händel, Marc
    The loess sediment embedding the main Gravettian layer at the Krems-Wachtberg archaeological site facilitates exceptional preservation. To gain insight in the sedimentation process before and after the Paleolithic settlement, the magnetic fabric (preferential orientation of magnetic particles) of loess of the Krems-Wachtberg site is investigated. Magnetic fabric properties clearly show an eolian origin of the loess, but may indicate some relocation in the meter above the cultural layer. The magnetic fabric properties can be divided into three intervals, the top interval shows lowest foliation and inconsistent magnetic fabric directions. The middle interval around the main cultural layer shows low foliation,...

  3. Anisotropy-magnetic susceptibility from the Krems Wachtberg archaeological Site (Austria), section 2

    Zeeden, Christian; Hambach, Ulrich; Händel, Marc

  4. Anisotropy-magnetic susceptibility from the Krems Wachtberg archaeological Site (Austria), section 2

    Zeeden, Christian; Hambach, Ulrich; Händel, Marc

  5. Anisotropy-magnetic susceptibility from the Krems Wachtberg archaeological Site (Austria), section 2

    Zeeden, Christian; Hambach, Ulrich; Händel, Marc

  6. Anisotropy-magnetic susceptibility from the Krems Wachtberg archaeological Site (Austria), section 1

    Zeeden, Christian; Hambach, Ulrich; Händel, Marc

  7. Anisotropy-magnetic susceptibility from the Krems Wachtberg archaeological Site (Austria), section 1

    Zeeden, Christian; Hambach, Ulrich; Händel, Marc

  8. Anisotropy-magnetic susceptibility from the Krems Wachtberg archaeological Site (Austria), section 1

    Zeeden, Christian; Hambach, Ulrich; Händel, Marc

  9. Alkenone stable carbon isotopes, carbonate stable carbon and oxygen isotopes, planktic foraminifera boron isotopes and atmospheric CO2 calculations and box model results from Ras il-Pellegrin section, Malta

    Badger, Marcus P S; Lear, Caroline H; Pancost, Richard D; Foster, Gavin L; Bailey, Trevor R; Leng, Melanie J; Abels, Hemmo A
    The development of a permanent, stable ice sheet in East Antarctica happened during the middle Miocene, about 14 million years (Myr) ago. The middle Miocene therefore represents one of the distinct phases of rapid change in the transition from the "greenhouse" of the early Eocene to the "icehouse" of the present day. Carbonate carbon isotope records of the period immediately following the main stage of ice sheet development reveal a major perturbation in the carbon system, represented by the positive d13C excursion known as carbon maximum 6 ("M6"), which has traditionally been interpreted as reflecting increased burial of organic matter...

  10. Alkenone stable carbon isotopes, carbonate stable carbon and oxygen isotopes, planktic foraminifera boron isotopes and atmospheric CO2 calculations and box model results from Ras il-Pellegrin section, Malta

    Badger, Marcus P S; Lear, Caroline H; Pancost, Richard D; Foster, Gavin L; Bailey, Trevor R; Leng, Melanie J; Abels, Hemmo A
    The development of a permanent, stable ice sheet in East Antarctica happened during the middle Miocene, about 14 million years (Myr) ago. The middle Miocene therefore represents one of the distinct phases of rapid change in the transition from the "greenhouse" of the early Eocene to the "icehouse" of the present day. Carbonate carbon isotope records of the period immediately following the main stage of ice sheet development reveal a major perturbation in the carbon system, represented by the positive d13C excursion known as carbon maximum 6 ("M6"), which has traditionally been interpreted as reflecting increased burial of organic matter...

  11. An integrated biostratigraphy (conodonts and foraminifers) and chronostratigraphy (paleomagnetic reversals, magnetic susceptibility, elemental chemistry, carbon isotopes and geochronology) for the Permian-Triassic strata of Guandao section

    Lehrmann, Daniel; Stepchinski, Leanne; Altiner, Demir; Orchard, Michael J; Montgomery, Paul; Enos, Paul; Ellwood, Brooks B; Bowring, Samuel A; Ramezani, Jahandar; Wang, Hongmei; Wei, Jiayong; Yu, Meiyi; Griffiths, James D; Minzoni, Marcello; Schaal, Ellen K; Li, Xiaowei; Meyer, Katja M; Payne, Jonathan L
    The chronostratigraphy of Guandao section has served as the foundation for numerous studies of the end-Permian extinction and biotic recovery in south China. Guandao section is continuous from the Permian-Triassic boundary to the Upper Triassic. Conodonts enable broad delineation of stage and substage boundaries and calibration of foraminifer biostratigraphy as follows. Changhsingian-Griesbachian: first Hindeodus parvus, and first appearance of foraminifers Postcladella kalhori and Earlandia sp. Griesbachian-Dienerian: first Neospathodus dieneri, and last appearance of foraminifer P. grandis. Dienerian-Smithian: first Novispathodus waageni and late Dienerian first appearance of foraminifer Hoyenella ex gr. sinensis. Smithian-Spathian: first Nv? crassatus and last appearance of foraminifers Arenovidalina...

  12. An integrated biostratigraphy (conodonts and foraminifers) and chronostratigraphy (paleomagnetic reversals, magnetic susceptibility, elemental chemistry, carbon isotopes and geochronology) for the Permian-Triassic strata of Guandao section

    Lehrmann, Daniel; Stepchinski, Leanne; Altiner, Demir; Orchard, Michael J; Montgomery, Paul; Enos, Paul; Ellwood, Brooks B; Bowring, Samuel A; Ramezani, Jahandar; Wang, Hongmei; Wei, Jiayong; Yu, Meiyi; Griffiths, James D; Minzoni, Marcello; Schaal, Ellen K; Li, Xiaowei; Meyer, Katja M; Payne, Jonathan L
    The chronostratigraphy of Guandao section has served as the foundation for numerous studies of the end-Permian extinction and biotic recovery in south China. Guandao section is continuous from the Permian-Triassic boundary to the Upper Triassic. Conodonts enable broad delineation of stage and substage boundaries and calibration of foraminifer biostratigraphy as follows. Changhsingian-Griesbachian: first Hindeodus parvus, and first appearance of foraminifers Postcladella kalhori and Earlandia sp. Griesbachian-Dienerian: first Neospathodus dieneri, and last appearance of foraminifer P. grandis. Dienerian-Smithian: first Novispathodus waageni and late Dienerian first appearance of foraminifer Hoyenella ex gr. sinensis. Smithian-Spathian: first Nv? crassatus and last appearance of foraminifers Arenovidalina...

  13. An integrated biostratigraphy (conodonts and foraminifers) and chronostratigraphy (paleomagnetic reversals, magnetic susceptibility, elemental chemistry, carbon isotopes and geochronology) for the Permian-Triassic strata of Guandao section

    Lehrmann, Daniel; Stepchinski, Leanne; Altiner, Demir; Orchard, Michael J; Montgomery, Paul; Enos, Paul; Ellwood, Brooks B; Bowring, Samuel A; Ramezani, Jahandar; Wang, Hongmei; Wei, Jiayong; Yu, Meiyi; Griffiths, James D; Minzoni, Marcello; Schaal, Ellen K; Li, Xiaowei; Meyer, Katja M; Payne, Jonathan L
    The chronostratigraphy of Guandao section has served as the foundation for numerous studies of the end-Permian extinction and biotic recovery in south China. Guandao section is continuous from the Permian-Triassic boundary to the Upper Triassic. Conodonts enable broad delineation of stage and substage boundaries and calibration of foraminifer biostratigraphy as follows. Changhsingian-Griesbachian: first Hindeodus parvus, and first appearance of foraminifers Postcladella kalhori and Earlandia sp. Griesbachian-Dienerian: first Neospathodus dieneri, and last appearance of foraminifer P. grandis. Dienerian-Smithian: first Novispathodus waageni and late Dienerian first appearance of foraminifer Hoyenella ex gr. sinensis. Smithian-Spathian: first Nv? crassatus and last appearance of foraminifers Arenovidalina...

  14. Stable carbon and oxygen isotope compositions of bulk rock samples analyzed from the Zumaia section

    Dinarès-Turell, Jaume; Westerhold, Thomas; Pujalte, Victoriano; Röhl, Ursula; Kroon, Dick
    Astronomical tuning of sedimentary records to precise orbital solutions has led to unprecedented resolution in the geological time scale. However, the construction of a consistent astronomical time scale for the Paleocene is controversial due to uncertainties in the recognition of the exact number of 405-kyr eccentricity cycles and accurate correlation between key records. Here, we present a new Danian integrated stratigraphic framework using the land-based Zumaia and Sopelana hemipelagic sections from the Basque Basin and deep-sea records drilled during Ocean Drilling Program (ODP) Legs 198 (Shatsky Rise, North Pacific) and 208 (Walvis Ridge, South Atlantic) that solves previous discrepancies. The...

  15. Stable carbon and oxygen isotope compositions of bulk rock samples analyzed from the Zumaia section

    Dinarès-Turell, Jaume; Westerhold, Thomas; Pujalte, Victoriano; Röhl, Ursula; Kroon, Dick
    Astronomical tuning of sedimentary records to precise orbital solutions has led to unprecedented resolution in the geological time scale. However, the construction of a consistent astronomical time scale for the Paleocene is controversial due to uncertainties in the recognition of the exact number of 405-kyr eccentricity cycles and accurate correlation between key records. Here, we present a new Danian integrated stratigraphic framework using the land-based Zumaia and Sopelana hemipelagic sections from the Basque Basin and deep-sea records drilled during Ocean Drilling Program (ODP) Legs 198 (Shatsky Rise, North Pacific) and 208 (Walvis Ridge, South Atlantic) that solves previous discrepancies. The...

  16. Mineral quantification of a Jordan Cretaceous outcrop (Section GM3, Ghawr Al Mazar, Ghor al Mazrar)

    Wendler, Jens E; Wendler, Ines; Vogt, Christoph; Kuss, Hans-Joachim
    Cyclic fluctuations in global sea level during epochs of warm greenhouse climate have remained enigmatic, because absence or subordinate presence of polar ice during these periods precludes an explanation by glacio-eustatic forcing. An alternative concept suggests that the water-bearing potential of groundwater aquifers is equal to that of ice caps and that changes in the dynamic balance of aquifer charge versus discharge, as a function of the temperature-related intensity of the hydrological cycle, may have driven eustasy during warm climates. However, this idea has long been neglected for two reasons: 1) the large storage potential of subsurface aquifers was confused...

  17. Mineral quantification of a Jordan Cretaceous outcrop (Section GM3, Ghawr Al Mazar, Ghor al Mazrar)

    Wendler, Jens E; Wendler, Ines; Vogt, Christoph; Kuss, Hans-Joachim
    Cyclic fluctuations in global sea level during epochs of warm greenhouse climate have remained enigmatic, because absence or subordinate presence of polar ice during these periods precludes an explanation by glacio-eustatic forcing. An alternative concept suggests that the water-bearing potential of groundwater aquifers is equal to that of ice caps and that changes in the dynamic balance of aquifer charge versus discharge, as a function of the temperature-related intensity of the hydrological cycle, may have driven eustasy during warm climates. However, this idea has long been neglected for two reasons: 1) the large storage potential of subsurface aquifers was confused...

  18. Mineral quantification of a Jordan Cretaceous outcrop (Section GM3, Ghawr Al Mazar, Ghor al Mazrar)

    Wendler, Jens E; Wendler, Ines; Vogt, Christoph; Kuss, Hans-Joachim
    Cyclic fluctuations in global sea level during epochs of warm greenhouse climate have remained enigmatic, because absence or subordinate presence of polar ice during these periods precludes an explanation by glacio-eustatic forcing. An alternative concept suggests that the water-bearing potential of groundwater aquifers is equal to that of ice caps and that changes in the dynamic balance of aquifer charge versus discharge, as a function of the temperature-related intensity of the hydrological cycle, may have driven eustasy during warm climates. However, this idea has long been neglected for two reasons: 1) the large storage potential of subsurface aquifers was confused...

  19. Carbonate content and d13C record of a Jordan Cretaceous outcrop (Section GM3 (Ghawr Al Mazar (Ghor al Mazrar))

    Wendler, Jens E; Meyers, Stephen R; Wendler, Ines; Kuss, Hans-Joachim
    An evaluation of the global synchronicity and duration of "3rd-order" sea-level fluctuations during the Cretaceous greenhouse has been hampered by poor constraints on potential climatic and tectonic drivers, and limitations of geochronology and chronostratigraphic correlation. To provide insight into the nature of such sea-level fluctuations, here we present a new Late Cretaceous record from the Jordanian Levant Platform, comprising a detailed physical-, bio-, chemo- and sequence stratigraphy. Carbonate content of these strata reflects overall sequence stratigraphic development, and demonstrates a dramatic 3rd-order-scale cycle that is also apparent in the d°C record. Updated radioisotopic constraints and astrochronologic testing provide support for...

  20. Carbonate content and d13C record of a Jordan Cretaceous outcrop (Section GM3 (Ghawr Al Mazar (Ghor al Mazrar))

    Wendler, Jens E; Meyers, Stephen R; Wendler, Ines; Kuss, Hans-Joachim
    An evaluation of the global synchronicity and duration of "3rd-order" sea-level fluctuations during the Cretaceous greenhouse has been hampered by poor constraints on potential climatic and tectonic drivers, and limitations of geochronology and chronostratigraphic correlation. To provide insight into the nature of such sea-level fluctuations, here we present a new Late Cretaceous record from the Jordanian Levant Platform, comprising a detailed physical-, bio-, chemo- and sequence stratigraphy. Carbonate content of these strata reflects overall sequence stratigraphic development, and demonstrates a dramatic 3rd-order-scale cycle that is also apparent in the d°C record. Updated radioisotopic constraints and astrochronologic testing provide support for...

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