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Mediterranean Sea Surface Radiocarbon Reservoir Age Changes Since the Last Glacial Maximum
Sea surface reservoir ages must be known to establish a common chronological framework for marine, continental, and cryospheric paleoproxies, and are crucial for understanding ocean-continent climatic relationships and the paleoventilation of the ocean. Radiocarbon dates of planktonic foraminifera and tephra contemporaneously deposited over Mediterranean marine and terrestrial regions reveal that the reservoir ages were similar to the modern one (ϳ400 years) during most of the past 18,000doi:10.1126/science.1063649 pmid:11729315 fatcat:udwxj3cv6vabhniyrc7yg3nt6m