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  • Cretaceous sea-surface temperature evolution: Constraints from TEX86 and planktonic foraminiferal oxygen isotopes 

    O'Brien, CL; Robinson, SA; Pancost, RD; Sinninghe Damsté, JS; Schouten, S; Lunt, DJ; Alsenz, H; Bornemann, A; Bottini, C; Brassell, SC; Farnsworth, A; Forster, A; Huber, BT; Ingliss, GN; Jenkyns, HC; Linnert, C; Littler, K; Markwick, P; McAnena, A; Mutterlose, J; Naafs, BDA; Püttmann, W; Sluijs, A; van Helmond, NAGM; Vellekoop, J; Wagner, T; Wrobel, NE (Elsevier, 2017-07-27)
    It is well established that greenhouse conditions prevailed during the Cretaceous Period (~ 145–66 Ma). Determining the exact nature of the greenhouse-gas forcing, climatic warming and climate sensitivity remains, however, ...