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H. D. Holland, Volcanic gases, black smokers, and the Great Oxidation Event, Geochimica Et Cosmochimica Acta, vol. 66, no. 21, pp. 3811-3826, 2002.
D. J. R. Thornalley, Bauch, H. A., Gebbie, G., Guo, W., Ziegler, M., Bernasconi, S. M., Barker, S., Skinner, L. C., and Yu, J., A warm and poorly ventilated deep Arctic Mediterranean during the last glacial period, Science, vol. 349, no. 6249, pp. 706-710, 2015.
H. Rashid, Hesse, R., and Piper, D. J. W., Was it melt-water outflor or ice-sheet discharge? A high-resolution study of ice-sheet discharge from the high-latitude sector of the LIS during the LGM, EOS, vol. 81, no. 19, p. S21, 2000.
L. Giosan, Filip, F., and Constatinescu, S., Was the Black Sea catastrophically flooded in the early Holocene?, Quaternary Science Reviews, vol. 28, no. 1-2, pp. 1-6, 2009.
K. J. Leckrone and Hayes, J. M., Water-induced errors in continuous-flow carbon isotope ratio mass spectrometry, Anal Chem, vol. 70, no. 13, pp. 2737-44, 1998.
S. M. Colman, Water-level changes in Lake Baikal, Siberia: Tectonics versus climate, Geology, vol. 26, pp. 535-538, 1998.
J. Lynch-Stieglitz, Curry, W. B., and Slowey, N., Weaker Gulf Stream in the Florida straits during the last glacial maximum, Nature, vol. 402, no. 6762, pp. 644-648, 1999.
R. Torben C, Weathering the storm: Coastal subsistence and ecological resilience on Late Holocene Santa Rosa Island, California, Shell Midden Research: An Interdisciplinary Agenda for the Quaternary and Social Sciences, vol. 239, no. 1–2, pp. 135-146, 2011.
M. Moros, Kuijpers, A., Snowball, I., Lassen, S., Backstrom, D., Gingele, F., and McManus, J. F., Were glacial iceberg surges in the North Atlantic triggered by global climatic warming?, Marine Geology, vol. 192, no. 4, pp. 393-417, 2002.
M. Blaauw, Wohlfarth, B., J. Christen, A., Ampel, L., Veres, D., Hughen, K. A., Preusser, F., and Svensson, A., Were last glacial climate events simultaneous between Greenland and France? A quantitative comparison using non-tuned chronologies RID E-4539-2011 RID A-2643-2010, Journal of Quaternary Science, vol. 25, no. 3, pp. 387-394, 2010.
G. C. Bond, Mandeville, C., and Hoffmann, S., Were Rhyolitic Glasses in the Vedde Ash and in the North Atlantic's Ash Zone 1 produced by the Same Volcanic Eruption?, Quaternary Science Reviews, vol. 20, pp. 118-1199, 2001.
C. M. Reddy, Eglinton, T. I., Hounshell, A., White, H. K., Xu, L., Gaines, R. B., and Frysinger, G. S., The West Falmouth oil spill after thirty years: the persistence of petroleum hydrocarbons in marsh sediments, Environ Sci Technol, vol. 36, no. 22, pp. 4754-60, 2002.
M. G. Winkler, Sanford, P. R., Cole, K. L., and Flakne, R. L., Western Great Lakes regional paleoenvironmental changes: island and inland contrasts, Ecological Society of America Bulletin, 1997.
M. Horowitz and Oppo, D. W., Western South Atlantic deepwater hydrography derived from benthic Cd/Ca and stable isotope data, Supplement to EOS, vol. 17, no. 78, p. 185, 1997.
J. F. McManus, Francois, R., and Marchal, O., What can paired measurements of foraminifera d13C and sedimentary 231 Pa/230Th tell us about the link between thermohaline circulation and rapid climate oscillations?, EOS, vol. 81, pp. 274-275, 2000.
D. W. Oppo, Curry, W. B., and McManus, J. F., What do benthic ? 13 C and ? 18 O data tell us about Atlantic circulation during Heinrich Stadial 1?, Paleoceanography, vol. 30, no. 4, pp. 353 - 368, 2015.
S. Ono, When did oxygen appear in the atmosphere?, Geological Society of America, vol. Abstracts with Programs, pp. Paper No. 11-1, 2005.
R. F. Anderson, Ali, S., Bradtmiller, L. I., Nielsen, S. H. H., Fleisher, M. Q., Anderson, B. E., and Burckle, L. H., Wind-Driven Upwelling in the Southern Ocean and the Deglacial Rise in Atmospheric CO2, Science, vol. 323, no. 5920, pp. 1443-1448, 2009.
R. M. Key, Quay, P. D., Jones, G. A., McNichol, A. P., von Reden, K. F., and Schneider, R. J., WOCE AMS Radiocarbon I: Pacific Ocean results (P6, P16, and P17), Radiocarbon, vol. 38, no. 3, pp. 425-518, 1996.
R. M. Key, WOCE Pacific Ocean radiocarbon program, Radiocarbon, vol. 38, no. 3, pp. 415-423, 1996.
R. M. Key, Quay, P. D., Schlosser, P., McNichol, A. P., von Reden, K. F., Schneider, R. J., Elder, K. L., Stuiver, M., and Ostlund, H. G., WOCE radiocarbon IV: Pacific Ocean results; P10, P13N, P14C, P18, P19 & S4P, Radiocarbon, vol. 44, no. 1, pp. 239-392, 2002.
D. J. Stanley, Chen, Z., and Song, J., Yangtze delta inundation and the discontinuity between Neolithic and younger cultures, China, Geoarchaeology, vol. 14, no. 15-26, 1998.
P. E. Newby, Killoran, P., Waldorf, M. R., Shuman, B. N., Webb, R. S., and Webb, III, T., Years of Sediment, Vegetation, and Water-Level Changes at the Makepeace Cedar Swamp, Southern Massachusetts, Quaternary Research, vol. 53, pp. 352-368, 2000.
L. Giosan, Donnelly, J. P., Constantinescu, S., Filip, F., Ovejanu, I., Vespremeanu-Stroe, A., Vespremeanu, E., and Duller, G. A. T., Young Danube delta documents stable Black Sea level since the middle Holocene: Morphodynamic, paleogeographic, and archaeological implications, Geology, vol. 34, no. 9, pp. 757-760, 2006.
T. Li, Chang, F., and Yu, X., Younger Dryas Event and formation of peat layers in the northern Yellow Sea, Earth Science Frontiers, vol. 17, no. 1, pp. 322-330, 2010.

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