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Cyclic anoxia and organic rich carbonate sediments within a drowned carbonate platform linked to Antarctic ice volume changes: Late Oligocene-early Miocene Maldives

Journal: Earth and Planetary Science Letters

Published: 2019-09-01

DOI: 10.1016/j.epsl.2019.05.019

Affiliations: 19

Authors: 20

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Department of Marine Geosciences, UM, United States of America (USA) 0.20
Grant Institute of Earth Science, The University of Edinburgh, United Kingdom (UK) 0.05
Petroleum and Marine Resources Research Division, KIGAM, South Korea 0.05
GeoRessources, France 0.05
Department of Geological Sciences, CSU Bakersfield, United States of America (USA) 0.05
Dr. Moses Strauss Department of Marine Geosciences, HU, Israel 0.05
International Ocean Discovery Program (IODP), United States of America (USA) 0.05
UCL Department of Earth Sciences, United Kingdom (UK) 0.05
Department of Geosciences, KFUPM, Saudi Arabia 0.05
Department of Earth and Planetary Sciences, RU, United States of America (USA) 0.05
Department of the Geophysical Sciences, UChicago, United States of America (USA) 0.05
Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory (LDEO), CU, United States of America (USA) 0.05
Departamento de Estratigrafía y Paleontología, UGR, Spain 0.05
Department of Environmental Engineering for Symbiosis, Soka University, Japan 0.05
Graduate School of Natural Science and Technology, Okayama University, Japan 0.05
Centre of Marine Sciences (CCMAR), UAlg, Portugal 0.03
Instituto Português do Mar e da Atmosfera (IPMA), Portugal 0.03
Center for Earth System Research and Sustainability (CEN), UHH, Germany 0.03
Institute for Geology, UHH, Germany 0.03