Items where Author is "Ronge, Thomas A"

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Ronge, TA, Prange, M, Mollenhauer, G, Ellinghausen, M, Kuhn, G and Tiedemann, R (2020) 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, 35(3). doi:10.1029/2019PA003733

Klages, JP, Salzmann, U, Bickert, T, Hillenbrand, CD, Gohl, K, Kuhn, G, Bohaty, SM, Titschack, J, Müller, J, Frederichs, T, Bauersachs, T, Ehrmann, W, van de Flierdt, T, Pereira, PS, Larter, RD, Lohmann, G, Niezgodzki, I, Uenzelmann-Neben, G, Zundel, M, Spiegel, C, Mark, C, Chew, D, Francis, JE, Nehrke, G, Schwarz, F, Smith, JA, Freudenthal, T, Esper, O, Pälike, H, Ronge, TA, Dziadek, R and the Science Team of Expedition PS104 (2020) Temperate rainforests near the South Pole during peak Cretaceous warmth. Nature, 580(7801). 81-86. doi:10.1038/s41586-020-2148-5

Jaeschke, A, Wengler, M, Hefter, J, Ronge, TA, Geibert, W, Mollenhauer, G, Gersonde, R and Lamy, F (2017) A biomarker perspective on dust, productivity, and sea surface temperature in the Pacific sector of the Southern Ocean. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta, 204. 120-139. doi:10.1016/j.gca.2017.01.045 PANGAEA Supplementary Data

Ronge, TA, Tiedemann, R, Lamy, F, Köhler, P, Alloway, BV, de Pol-Holz, R, Pahnke, K, Southon, J and Wacker, L (2016) Radiocarbon constraints on the extent and evolution of the South Pacific glacial carbon pool. Nature Communications, 7. 11487. doi:10.1038/ncomms11487 PANGAEA Supplementary Data

Molina-Kescher, M, Frank, M, Tapia, R, Ronge, TA, Nürnberg, D and Tiedemann, R (2016) Reduced admixture of North Atlantic Deep Water to the deep central South Pacific during the last two glacial periods. Paleoceanography, 31(6). 651-668. doi:10.1002/2015PA002863 PANGAEA Supplementary Data

Ronge, TA, Steph, S, Tiedemann, R, Prange, M, Merkel, U, Nürnberg, D and Kuhn, G (2015) Pushing the boundaries: Glacial/interglacial variability of intermediate and deep waters in the southwest Pacific over the last 350,000 years. Paleoceanography, 30(2). 23-38. doi:10.1002/2014PA002727 PANGAEA Supplementary Data

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