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
38151987
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
37241984
The role of the thermohaline circulation in abrupt climate change
PU Clark, NG Pisias, TF Stocker, AJ Weaver
Nature 415 (6874), 863, 2002
8762002
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
5752006
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
4291995
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
4101986
Atmospheric carbon dioxide, orbital forcing, and climate
NJ Shackleton, NG Pisias
The Carbon Cycle and Atmospheric CO2: Natural Variations Archean to Present …, 1985
3851985
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
3751995
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, 1989
3441989
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
3002001
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
2971984
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
2241999
Late Pleistocene continental climate and oceanic variability recorded in northwest Pacific sediments
SA Hovan, DK Rea, NG Pisias
Paleoceanography 6 (3), 349-370, 1991
2241991
Paleoceanography of the Santa Barbara Basin during the last 8000 years
NG Pisias
Quaternary Research 10 (3), 366-384, 1978
2111978
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
1801985
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
1611999
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
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
1491997
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
1461979
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
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