volume 79, issue 28, P336-336 1998
DOI: 10.1029/98eo00253
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Abstract: Most of us are quite comfortable with the idea of evolution in the animal kingdom or in climate, by which small departures from the norm can spread and eventually change the entire picture. We are not as ready to accept a similar evolution in classical data sets, the gold standard of climatology. Recently, I have been using a small subset of the data generated by the GEOSECS (Geochemical Ocean Sections) program (1973–1974), in particular, the ocean profiles of oxygen‐18 and deuterium measured by Harmon Craig …

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