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Strontium and barium uptake in aragonitic otoliths of marine fish

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          Sea-surface temperature from coral skeletal strontium/calcium ratios.

          Seasonal records of tropical sea-surface temperature (SST) over the past 10(5) years can be recovered from high-precision measurements of coral strontium/calcium ratios with the use of thermal ionization mass spectrometry. The temperature dependence of these ratios was calibrated with corals collected at SST recording stations and by (18)O/(16)O thermometry. The results suggest that mean monthly SST may be determined with an apparent accuracy of better than 0.5 degrees C. Measurements on a fossil coral indicate that 10,200 years ago mean annual SSTs near Vanuatu in the southwestern Pacific Ocean were about 5 degrees C colder than today and that seasonal variations in SST were larger. These data suggest that tropical climate zones were compressed toward the equator during deglaciation.
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            Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta
            Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta
            Elsevier BV
            00167037
            May 2000
            May 2000
            : 64
            : 10
            : 1705-1714
            10.1016/S0016-7037(99)00419-6
            © 2000

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