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Foraminiferal proxy response to ocean temperature variability and acidification over the last 150 years in the Santa Barbara Basin (California)

The last 150 years on the California margin have been marked by high variability in precipitation, temperature, sea surface temperature, and ocean chemistry, in response to both natural and anthropogenic changes. Deciphering climate history from ocean sediments is dependent on our understanding of the various influences on marine proxies. Sediment from Santa Barbara Basin (SBB), […]
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