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Orbital tuning dating
This research focuses on paleoclimate time series as an essential tool in the study of climate dynamics.
While detailed descriptions of climate conditions at a single point in time are useful for providing ``snapshots'' of stable or transitional climate states, time series provide an opportunity to study the interactions of different parts of the climate systems.
The resulting error estimate is independent of that associated with the degree of convergence and has an average magnitude of 3500 yr, in excellent agreement with the 2500-yr estimate.
Transfer of the final chronology to the stacked record leads to an estimated error of ±1500 yr.
The resultant chronology is also insensitive to the specific indicator used.
The error associated with each tuning approach is estimated independently and propagated through to the average result.
10 Ma) in Mediterranean and Pacific marine sections agree to within about a 100 ka eccentricity, which amounts to an uncertainty of only ca. Orbital eccentricity periods are thought to remain stable over very long times and thus provide the possibility of precise relative age control in the pre-Neogene.
An APTS, for example, has been developed in a thick lacustrine section of Late Triassic age (ca.
To place this work in perspective, Section 1.1 establishes the importance of time series in paleoclimate studies.
Section 1.2 examines the techniques for the creating paleoclimate age models, which are a common theme throughout this research.
The number and complexity of these interactions are the main obstacles to fully modeling the climate system.
Time series have long played an important role in paleoclimate research.