[Date Prev][Date Next][Thread Prev][Thread Next][Date Index][Thread Index][Subject Index][Author Index]
Re: Evidence of Cretaceous Glaciation and its Impact on Dinosaurs
Wow, fascinating. Plopped Bornemann 2008 into WOS and got 57 results,
of which the following looks relevant:
Miller, Kenneth G. Broken greenhouse windows NATURE
GEOSCIENCE 1752-0894 JUL 2009 2 7 465 466
On the origin of Cenozoic and Mesozoic "third-order" eustatic sequences
Author(s): Boulila Slah; Galbrun Bruno; Miller Kenneth G.; et al.
Source: EARTH-SCIENCE REVIEWS Volume: 109 Issue: 3-4 Pages:
94-112 DOI: 10.1016/j.earscirev.2011.09.003 Published: DEC 2011
Title: Cool episodes in the Cretaceous - Exploring the effects of
physical forcings on Antarctic snow accumulation
Author(s): Floegel S.; Wallmann K.; Kuhnt W.
Source: EARTH AND PLANETARY SCIENCE LETTERS Volume: 307 Issue: 3-4
Pages: 279-288 DOI: 10.1016/j.epsl.2011.04.024 Published: JUL 15
Title: Carbon and oxygen stable isotopes of selected Cenomanian and
Turonian rudists from Egypt and Czech Republic, and a note on changes
in rudist diversity
Author(s): El-Shazly Soheir; Kostak Martin; Abdel-Gawad Gouda; et al.
Source: BULLETIN OF GEOSCIENCES Volume: 86 Issue: 2 Pages:
209-226 DOI: 10.3140/bull.geosci.1151 Published: 2011
Title: Campanian - Maastrichtian carbon isotope stratigraphy:
shelf-ocean correlation between the European shelf sea and the
tropical Pacific Ocean
Author(s): Voigt Silke; Friedrich Oliver; Norris Richard D.; et al.
Source: NEWSLETTERS ON STRATIGRAPHY Volume: 44 Issue: 1 Pages:
57-72 DOI: 10.1127/0078-0421/2010/0004 Published: OCT 2010
Title: Early Maastrichtian carbon cycle perturbation and cooling
event: Implications from the South Atlantic Ocean
Author(s): Friedrich Oliver; Herrle Jens O.; Wilson Paul A.; et al.
Source: PALEOCEANOGRAPHY Volume: 24 Article Number: PA2211 DOI:
10.1029/2008PA001654 Published: MAY 27 2009
Title: Sea-level control on facies architecture in the
Cenomanian-Coniacian Apulian margin (Western Tethys): A record of
glacio-eustatic fluctuations during the Cretaceous greenhouse?
Author(s): Galeotti Simone; Rusciadelli Giovanni; Sprovieri Mario; et al.
Source: PALAEOGEOGRAPHY PALAEOCLIMATOLOGY PALAEOECOLOGY Volume: 276
Issue: 1-4 Pages: 196-205 DOI: 10.1016/j.palaeo.2009.03.011
Published: MAY 15 2009
Times Cited: 9 (from All Databases)
Title: Blake Nose stable isotopic evidence against the mid-Cenomanian
Author(s): Ando Atsushi; Huber Brian T.; MacLeod Kenneth G.; et al.
Source: GEOLOGY Volume: 37 Issue: 5 Pages: 451-454 DOI:
10.1130/G25580A.1 Published: MAY 2009
Title: Evidence for glacioeustatic control of large, rapid sea-level
fluctuations during the Albian-Cenomanian: Dakota formation, eastern
margin of western interior seaway, USA
Author(s): Koch Jesse T.; Brenner Robert L.
Source: CRETACEOUS RESEARCH Volume: 30 Issue: 2 Pages: 411-423
DOI: 10.1016/j.cretres.2008.08.002 Published: APR 2009
Title: The Aptian - Albian cold snap: Evidence for "mid" Cretaceous
Author(s): Mutterlose Joerg; Bornemann Andre; Herrle Jens
Source: NEUES JAHRBUCH FUR GEOLOGIE UND PALAONTOLOGIE-ABHANDLUNGEN
Volume: 252 Issue: 2 Pages: 217-225 DOI:
10.1127/0077-7749/2009/0252-0217 Published: 2009
Title: Climate-ocean coupling off North-West Africa during the Lower
Albian: The Oceanic Anoxic Event 1b
Author(s): Hofmann Peter; Stuesser Isabel; Wagner Thomas; et al.
Source: PALAEOGEOGRAPHY PALAEOCLIMATOLOGY PALAEOECOLOGY Volume: 262
Issue: 3-4 Pages: 157-165 DOI: 10.1016/j.palaeo.2008.02.014
Published: JUN 4 2008
On Mon, Jan 9, 2012 at 8:54 PM, <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> There is indirect evidence that a glaciation event existed during the late
> Aptian-early Cenomanian [approximately 100 MA]. Here in eastern Nebraska
> the event is recorded by a large-scale, unconformity-bounded sequence of the
> lower Woodbury Member of the Dakota Sandstone [aka "Muddy-Mowry Seaway" or
> "Muddy sandstone"]. An eustatic sea-level mechanism lowered worldwide
> sea-levels by more than 25 m and that this sea-level fall occurred in a
> rather short period of geologic time. A glacioeustatic component is most
> likely to account for the observed sea-level changes during the
> mid-Cretaceous “greenhouse” world. I'm not aware of the existence of
> large-scale continental ice sheets. But, a Southern Hemisphere polar ice
> sheet with limited extent and volume compared to “icehouse” continental ice
> sheets, and global alpine glaciers that were fed by wet climate cycles [a
> local condition which is well documented during Dakota sedimentation] could
> account for sea-level fluctuations that resulted in valley incision and
> subsequent filling.
> Does anyone know of additional works on mid-Cretaceous glaciation and if so
> what sort of impact would be found on dinosaur diversity and/or range?
> Alley, N.F., and Frakes, L.A. 2003. First known Cretaceous Glaciation:
> Livingston Tillite Member of the Cadna-owie Formation, South Australia.
> Australian Journal of Earth Science. v. 50, p. 139-144.
> Bornemann, Norris, Friedrich, Beckmann, Schouten, Sinninghe Damsté, Vogel,
> Hofmann and Wagner.2008. "Isotopic Evidence for Glaciation During the
> Cretaceous Supergreenhouse" Science Vol. 319 no. 5860 pp. 189-192
> Gale, A.S., Hardenbol, J., Hathaway, B., Kennedy, W.J., Young, J.R., and
> Phansalker, V. 2002. Global correlation of Cenomanian (Upper Cretaceous)
> sequences: Evidence for Milankovitch control on sea level. Geology. v. 30,
> p. 291-294.
> Haq, B.U., Hardenbol, J., and Vail, P.R. 1987. Chronology of Fluctuating Sea
> Levels since the Triassic. Science. V. 235, n. 4793, p. 1156-1167.
> Immenhauser, A. 2005. High-rate sea-level change during the Mesozoic: New
> approaches to an old problem. Sedimentary Geology, Vol. 175, p. 277-296.
> Ludvigson, G.A., Gonzalez, L.A., Metzger, R.A., Witzke, B.J., Brenner, R.L.,
> Murillo, A.P., White, T.S. 1998. Meteoric sphaerosiderite lines and their
> use for paleohydrology and paleoclimatology. Geology, v. 26, n. 11, p.
> Miller, K.G., Sugarman, P.J., Browning, J.B., Kominz, M.A., Hernandez, J.C.,
> Olsson, R.K., Wright, J.D., Feigenson, M.D., and Van Sickel, W. 2003. Late
> Cretaceous chronology of large, rapid sea-level changes: Glacioeustasy
> during the greenhouse world. Geology. v. 31, no. 7 (July), p. 585-588.
> Sahagian, D., Pinous, O., Olferiev, A., and Zakharov, V. 1996. Eustatic
> Curve for the Middle Jurassic-Cretaceous Based on Russian Platform and
> Siberian Stratigraphy: Zonal Resolution. AAPG Bulletin. v. 80, no. 9. p.
> Stoll, H.M., and Schrag, D.P. 1996. Evidence for glacial control of rapid
> sea-level changes in the Early Cretaceous. Science. v. 272, p. 1771-1774.
Robert J. Schenck
Kingsborough Community College
Physical Sciences Department
S332 ph# 718-368-5792
Follow Me on Twitter: @Schenck
KCC Class Schedule on Google Calendar: http://tinyurl.com/mqwlcy