Progress in Oceanography
Past changes in the Arctic Ocean and its marginal seas have been profound, even during the last 10,000 years. Understanding these changes, such as those occurring during the transition from glacial to interglacial climates, are important for research on modern processes, because this knowledge provides a framework and unique perspective in which to view the modern physical and biological processes. This paper discusses our current understanding of past environmental change and processes relative to those currently in progress. Special emphasis is placed on the most recent transition from a glacial state to the modern interglacial conditions.
Original Publication Citation
Darby, D. A., Polyak, L., & Bauch, H. A. (2006). Past glacial and interglacial conditions in the Arctic ocean and marginal seas - a review. Progress in Oceanography, 71(2-4), 129-144. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.pocean.2006.09.009
Darby, Dennis A.; Polyak, Leonid; and Bauch, Henning A., "Past Glacial and Interglacial Conditions in the Arctic Ocean and Marginal Seas - A Review" (2006). OES Faculty Publications. 411.