RAKE-SCOTIA SEA GATEWAYS: Onset and evolution of the Drake Passage and Scotia Sea, implications for global ocean circulation and climate

L.F. Pérez, Francisco Javier Hernandez-Molina, Robert D. Larter, E Thomas, Graeme Eagles, Fernando Bohoyo, X Chuang-Xuan, I Dalziel, D.A.V. Stow, Carlota Escutia, J. Biddle, Willem P. Sijp, David M. Harwood, Alejandro Tassone

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Abstract

Pérez, L.F., Hernández-Molina, F. J., Larter, R.D., Thomas, E., Eagles, G., Bohoyo, F., Lodolo, E., Chuang-Xuan, X., Dalziel, I.W.D., Stow, S.A.V., Escutia, C., Biddle, J., Sijp, W., Harwood, D., Tassone, D.A. DRAKE-SCOTIA SEA GATEWAYS: Onset and evolution of the Drake Passage and Scotia Sea, implications for global ocean circulation and climate. Oral (p.: 37). AUSTRALASIAN IODP REGIONAL PLANNING WORKSHOP. Sydney University (Australia) 12-16/06/2017
Original languageEnglish
Pages37-37
Publication statusPublished - 12 Jun 2017
EventAUSTRALASIAN IODP REGIONAL PLANNING WORKSHOP - Sydney University, Sydney, Australia
Duration: 12 Jun 201716 Jun 2017

Workshop

WorkshopAUSTRALASIAN IODP REGIONAL PLANNING WORKSHOP
Country/TerritoryAustralia
CitySydney
Period12/06/1716/06/17

Programme Area

  • Programme Area 5: Nature and Climate

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