Terrestrial environmental change across the onset of the PETM and the associated impact on biomarker proxies: a cautionary tale

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Pancost, Richard; Valdes, Paul; Lunt, Dan; Naafs, B.; Carmichael, Matthew; Collinson, Margaret; Farnsworth, Alexander; Inglis, Gordon;
(2019)
  • Related identifiers: doi: 10.31223/OSF.IO/A9DXK
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The Paleocene-Eocene Thermal Maximum (PETM; ~ 56 million years ago (Ma) is the most severe carbon cycle perturbation event of the Cenozoic. Although the PETM is associated with warming in both the surface (~up to 8°C) and deep ocean (~up to 5°C), there are relatively fe... View more