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Reconstructing earth's deep-time climate : the state of the art in 2012 : presented as a Paleontological Society short course at the annual meeting of the Geological Society of America, Charlotte, North Carolina, November 3, 2012 / convened by Linda C. Ivany, Brian T. Huber [editors].


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[Boulder, CO] : Paleontological Society, c2012.
  • Book, Conference Proceedings
  • viii, 262 p. : ill. (some col.), maps (some col.) ; 28 cm.
"November 2012"--P. preceding t.p.
Includes bibliographical references.
  • Oxygen isotopes in foraminifera : overview and historical review / Paul N. Pearson
  • Applying oxygen isotope paleothermometry in deep time / Ethan L. Grossman
  • Conodonts and the paleoclimatological and paleoecological applications of phosphate [delta]¹⁸O measurements / Kenneth G. MacLeod
  • The use of Mg/Ca as a seawater temperature proxy / Tim K. Lowenstein and Bärbel Hönisch
  • Clumped isotope paleothermometry : principles, applications, and challenges / Hagit P. Affek
  • GDGT thermometry : lipid tools for reconstructing paleotemperatures / Jessica E. Tierney
  • Reconstructing paleoseasonality from accretionary skeletal carbonates : challenges and opportunities / Linda C. Ivany
  • Reconstructing terrestrial environments using stable isotopes in fossil teeth and paleosol carbonates / Benjamin H. Passey
  • Climate reconstruction from leaf size and shape : new developments and challenges / Dana L. Royer
  • Progress in greenhouse climate modeling / Matthew Huber.
Ivany, Linda C.
Huber, Brian T.
Paleontological Society.
Geological Society of America. Meeting (124th : 2012 : Charlotte, N.C.)
The Paleontological Society papers, 1089-3326 ; v. 18
Paleontological Society papers ; v. 18.

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