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1 computer lab tom.h.wilson [email protected] Department of Geology and Geography West Virginia University Morgantown, WV Begin computer lab next time. Machines will be reformatted so we’ll wait till Tuesday to jump in. Pick up data set (DepthAge.xls) from Common Drive in folder FittingLabData Just copy the Tom Wilson, Department of Geology and Geography Just copy the folder to your G or N drive.
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2 15000 North Sea Data (Lehman &Keigwan, 1992) 3.5 4.0 Computer lab AGE(years BP) 5000 10000 O 18 0.5 1.0 1.5 2.0 2.5 3.0 Depth (cm) 0 500 1000 1500 2000 2500 0 0.0 Lehman and Keigwin undertook one of the first deep sea studies to document changes in sea surface temperature associated with deglaciation When the ocean Computer Lab: North Sea Age-Depth data When the ocean temperature cools O 16 preferentially evaporates Less O 18 in the precipitation and more in the oceans
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3 Thus ice formed during colder periods will have less O 18 , while the creatures with carbonate skeletal material will contain increased amounts of O 18 O 18 drops in the ice But rises in organisms living But rises in organisms living in the colder oceans 15000 North Sea Data (Lehman &Keigwan, 1992) 3.5 4.0
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