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40. R. Gersonde et al., Paleoceanography 18, 1061 (2003); 10.1029/2002PA000809.
 

Summary: 40. R. Gersonde et al., Paleoceanography 18, 1061
(2003); 10.1029/2002PA000809.
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49. Two samples at 15.0 ka (1180 m) and 14.3 ka (1221 m),
both from Gregg Seamount, have D14C values 25
and 0 below the atmosphere, respectively. From

  

Source: Amelung, Falk - Rosenstiel School of Marine and Atmospheric Sciences, University of Miami
Miami, University of - Geodesy Laboratory

 

Collections: Geosciences