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Advances in Earth Science  1995, Vol. 10 Issue (3): 267-272    DOI: 10.11867/j.issn.1001-8166.1995.03.0267
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ODP AND GLOBAL CHANGE(II)—STUDYING QUATERNARY PAST GLOBAL CHANGE FROM THE VIEW OF SEA
Jian Zhimin
Laboratory of Marine Geology,Tongji University,Shanghai   200092
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Abstract  

The sea which covers 71% of the Earth's surface plays a very important role in Quaternary changes of the Earth's climate and environment. Firstly,marine sediments contain a lot of information on Quaternary past global change,providing high-resolution records of short-term climatic events such as Younger Dryas event. Secondly, marine events, being changes in the circulation,biololgy and chemistry of the global ocean,or regional changes of the eustasy-induced emergence and submergence of shallow-water shelves in the western Pacific marginal seas, all can be causes of many phenomena of the Quaternary global changes. Therefore,Quaternry past global change studies from the marine aspect have become one of foci of the current international endeavor in global change science and paleoceanography. Great contribution to the field have been made by the Deep Sea Drilling (DSDP)/Ocean Drilling Program (ODP) and other related marine science programs.

Key words:  Sea      Past global change      Quaternay      Ocean Drilling Program.     
Received:  21 February 1995      Published:  01 June 1995
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Jian Zhimin. ODP AND GLOBAL CHANGE(II)—STUDYING QUATERNARY PAST GLOBAL CHANGE FROM THE VIEW OF SEA. Advances in Earth Science, 1995, 10(3): 267-272.

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