Nicklas G Pisias
Nicklas G Pisias
Professor of Oceanography
Bestätigte E-Mail-Adresse bei oregonstate.edu
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Age Dating and the Orbital Theory of the Ice Ages: Development of a High-Resolution 0 to 300,000-Year Chronostratigraphy 1
DG Martinson, NG Pisias, JD Hays, J Imbrie, TC Moore, NJ Shackleton
Quaternary research 27 (1), 1-29, 1987
38221987
The orbital theory of Pleistocene climate: support from a revised chronology of the marine d18O record
J Imbrie, JD Hays, DG Martinson, A McIntyre, AC Mix, JJ Morley, ...
D. Reidel Publishing Company, 1984
37101984
The role of the thermohaline circulation in abrupt climate change
PU Clark, NG Pisias, TF Stocker, AJ Weaver
Nature 415 (6874), 863-869, 2002
8822002
The middle Pleistocene transition: characteristics, mechanisms, and implications for long-term changes in atmospheric pCO2
PU Clark, D Archer, D Pollard, JD Blum, JA Rial, V Brovkin, AC Mix, ...
Quaternary Science Reviews 25 (23-24), 3150-3184, 2006
6062006
A new late Neogene time scale: application to Leg 138 sites
NJ Shackleton, S Crowhurst, T Hagelberg, NG Pisias, DA Schneider
Proc. ODP, Sci. Results 138, 73-101, 1995
4371995
Graphic correlation of oxygen isotope stratigraphy application to the late Quaternary
WL Prell, J Imbrie, DG Martinson, JJ Morley, NG Pisias, NJ Shackleton, ...
Paleoceanography 1 (2), 137-162, 1986
4021986
Atmospheric carbon dioxide, orbital forcing, and climate
NJ Shackleton, NG Pisias
The Carbon Cycle and Atmospheric CO2: Natural Variations Archean to Present …, 1985
3841985
Benthic foraminifer stable isotope record from Site 849 (0-5 Ma): Local and global climate changes
AC Mix, NG Pisias, W Rugh, J Wilson, A Morey, TK Hagelberg
3791995
A direct link between the China loess and marine δ18O records: aeolian flux to the north Pacific
SA Hovan, DK Rea, NG Pisias, NJ Shackleton
Nature 340 (6231), 296-298, 1989
3371989
ENSO-like forcing on oceanic primary production during the late Pleistocene
L Beaufort, T de Garidel-Thoron, AC Mix, NG Pisias
Science 293 (5539), 2440-2444, 2001
3052001
Ferromanganese nodules from MANOP Sites H, S, and R—Control of mineralogical and chemical composition by multiple accretionary processes
J Dymond, M Lyle, B Finney, DZ Piper, K Murphy, R Conard, N Pisias
Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 48 (5), 931-949, 1984
2981984
Late Pleistocene continental climate and oceanic variability recorded in northwest Pacific sediments
SA Hovan, DK Rea, NG Pisias
Paleoceanography 6 (3), 349-370, 1991
2261991
Foraminiferal faunal estimates of paleotemperature: Circumventing the no‐analog problem yields cool ice age tropics
AC Mix, AE Morey, NG Pisias, SW Hostetler
Paleoceanography 14 (3), 350-359, 1999
2251999
Paleoceanography of the Santa Barbara Basin during the last 8000 years
NG Pisias
Quaternary Research 10 (3), 366-384, 1978
2071978
Late Pleistocene paleoclimatology of the central equatorial Pacific: Sea surface response to the southeast trade winds
NG Pisias, DK Rea
Paleoceanography 3 (1), 21-37, 1988
1601988
Rapid climate oscillations in the northeast Pacific during the last deglaciation reflect Northern and Southern Hemisphere sources
AC Mix, DC Lund, NG Pisias, P Bodén, L Bornmalm, M Lyle, J Pike
GEOPHYSICAL MONOGRAPH-AMERICAN GEOPHYSICAL UNION 112, 127-148, 1999
1581999
Spatial and temporal oceanographic variability of the eastern equatorial Pacific during the late Pleistocene: Evidence from radiolaria microfossils
NG Pisias, AC Mix
Paleoceanography 12 (3), 381-393, 1997
1481997
Brunhes time scales and the interpretation of climatic change
MA Kominz, GR Heath, TL Ku, NG Pisias
Earth and Planetary Science Letters 45 (2), 394-410, 1979
1441979
Late Pleistocene paleoclimatology of the central equatorial Pacific: A quantitative record of eolian and carbonate deposition
JM Chuey, DK Rea, NG Pisias
Quaternary Research 28 (3), 323-339, 1987
1371987
Initial Reports of the Deep Sea Drilling Project, vol. 85
LA Mayer, F Theyer, JA Barron, DA Dunn, T Handyside, S Hills, I Jarvis, ...
US Government Printing Office, 1985
1371985
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