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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.
U. M. Hanke, Reddy, C. M., Braun, A. L. L., Coppola, A. I., Haghipour, N., McIntyre, C. P., Wacker, L., Xu, L., McNichol, A. P., Abiven, S., Schmidt, M. W. I., and Eglinton, T. I., What on Earth Have We Been Burning? Deciphering Sedimentary Records of Pyrogenic CarbonWhat on Earth Have We Been Burning? Deciphering Sedimentary Records of Pyrogenic Carbon, Environmental Science & Technology, vol. 51, no. 21, pp. 12972 - 12980, 2017.
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.
A. Koutavas and Lynch-Stieglitz, J., A Younger Dryas Temperature Reversal in the Eastern Equatorial Pacific, EOS, Transactions, AGU, 1999 Fall Meeting, vol. 80, p. 530, 1999.
B. V. Gaglioti, Mann, D. H., Wooller, M. J., Jones, B. M., Wiles, G. C., Groves, P., Kunz, M. L., Baughman, C. A., and Reanier, R. E., Younger-Dryas cooling and sea-ice feedbacks were prominent features of the Pleistocene-Holocene transition in Arctic Alaska, Quaternary Science Reviews, vol. 169, pp. 330 - 343, 2017.