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Evolution of mean ocean temperature in Marine Isotope Stages 5-4
Abstract. Deglaciations are characterized by relatively fast and near-synchronous changes in ice sheet volume, ocean temperature, and atmospheric greenhouse gas concentrations, but glacial inceptions occur more gradually. Understanding the evolution of ice sheet, ocean, and atmospheric conditions from interglacial to glacial maximum provides important insight into the interplay of these components of our climate system. Using noble gas measurements in ancient ice samples, we reconstruct meandoi:10.5194/cp-2021-8 fatcat:csdliloa7feizjwnmzr6inzf2a