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Houben, A.J.P. (author), Goldberg, T. (author), Slomp, C.P. (author)
The Toarcian Oceanic Anoxic Event (T-OAE, ~183 Ma) represents a well-known episode of organic-rich deposition, which is accompanied by a substantial negative carbon-isotope excursion (CIE). Underpinning the relationships between the carbon-cycle perturbation, ocean anoxia, primary productivity feedbacks and the enrichment of sedimentary organic...
article 2021
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Versteegh, G.J.M. (author), Houben, A.J.P. (author), Zonneveld, K.A.F. (author)
Anoxic sediments, as compared to oxic settings, encompass a much higher proportion of relatively labile and thus more reactive organic matter, naturally giving rise to structural changes of the organic molecules themselves, as well as cross-linking between them (e.g., through reactive sulfur species). Both processes transform the original...
article 2020
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Cramwinckel, M.J. (author), Coxall, H.K. (author), Sliwinska, K.K. (author), Polling, M. (author), Harper, D.T. (author), Bijl, P.K. (author), Brinkhuis, H. (author), Eldrett, J.S. (author), Houben, A.J.P. (author), Peterse, F. (author), Schhouten, S. (author), Reichart, G.J. (author), Zachos, J.C. (author), Sluijs, A. (author)
Several studies indicate that North Atlantic Deep Water (NADW) formation might have initiated during the globally warm Eocene (56–34 Ma). However, constraints on Eocene surface ocean conditions in source regions presently conducive to deep water formation are sparse. Here we test whether ocean conditions of the middle Eocene Labrador Sea might...
article 2020
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Houben, A.J.P. (author), Bijl, P.K. (author), Sluijs, A. (author), Schouten, S. (author), Brinkhuis, H. (author)
During the Eocene‐Oligocene Transition (EOT; 34–33.5 Ma), Antarctic ice sheets relatively rapidly expanded, leading to the first continent‐scale glaciation of the Cenozoic. Declining atmospheric CO2 concentrations and associated feedbacks have been invoked as underlying mechanisms, but the role of the quasi‐coeval opening of Southern Ocean...
article 2019
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Schollhorn, I. (author), Houben, A.J.P. (author), Gertsch, B. (author), Adatte, T. (author), Alexey, U. (author), de Kaenel, E. (author), Spangenberg, J.E. (author), Janssen, N. (author), Schwennicke, T. (author), Follmi, K.B. (author)
The late Oligocene–early Miocene interval records a discernable episode of phosphorite formation, which is considered as the first of four main phosphogenic episodes during the late early and late Cenozoic. In order to better constrain the processes leading to widespread phosphorite formation we present new radiometric, geochemical,...
article 2019
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van de Schootbrugge, B. (author), Houben, A.J.P. (author), Ercan, F.E.Z. (author), Verreussel, R. (author), Kerstholt, S. (author), Janssen, N.M.M. (author), Nikitenko, B. (author), Suan, G. (author)
The Toarcian Oceanic Anoxic Event (T-OAE, c. 182 Ma) represents a major perturbation of the carbon cycle marked by widespread black shale deposition. Consequently, the onset of the T-OAE has been linked to the combined effects of global warming, high productivity, basin restriction and salinity stratification. However, the processes that led to...
article 2019
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Houben, A.J.P. (author), Quaijtaal, W. (author), Wade, B.S. (author), Schouten, S. (author), Brinkhuis, H. (author)
The Eocene – Oligocene Transition (EOT, 34–33.5 Ma) marks a major transition in Cenozoic climate evolution through the relatively rapid establishment of a continental-scale ice sheet on Antarctica. The EOT is characterized by two 200 kyr spaced shifts (termed EOT-1 and Oi-1) in the oxygen isotopic composition (δ18O) of benthic foraminifera,...
article 2019
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Doornenbal, J.C. (author), Kombrink, H. (author), Bouroullec, R. (author), Dalman, R.A.F. (author), de Bruin, G. (author), Geel, C.R. (author), Houben, A.J.P. (author), Jaarsma, B. (author), Juez-Larre, J. (author), Kortekaas, M. (author), Mijnlieff, H.F. (author), Nelskamp, S. (author), Pharaoh, T.C. (author), ten Veen, J.H. (author), ter Borgh, M. (author), van Ojik, K. (author), Verreussel, R.M.C.H. (author), Verweij, J.M. (author), Vis, G.J. (author)
The Southern North Sea Basin area, stretching from the UK to the Netherlands, has a rich hydrocarbon exploration and production history. The past, present and expected future hydrocarbon and geothermal exploration trends in this area are discussed for eight key lithostratigraphic intervals, ranging from the Lower Carboniferous to Cenozoic. In...
article 2019
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Verreussel, R.M.C.H. (author), Bourroulec, R. (author), Munsterman, D.K. (author), Dybkjaer, K. (author), Geel, C.R. (author), Houben, A.J.P. (author), Johannessen, P.N. (author), Kerstholt-Boegehold, S.J. (author)
This paper presents the results of a cross-border study of the Middle Jurassic–Early Cretaceous rift phase in the Danish–German–Dutch Central Graben area. Based on long-distance correlations of palynologically interpreted wells, a stepwise basin evolution pattern was determined. Four phases are defined and described as tectonostratigraphic mega...
bookPart 2018
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Bijl, P.K. (author), Houben, A.J.P. (author), Bruls, A. (author), Pross, J. (author), Sangiorgi, F. (author)
There is growing interest in the scientific community in reconstructing the paleoceanography of the Southern Ocean during the Oligocene-Miocene because these time intervals experienced atmospheric CO2 concentrations with relevance to our future. However, it has remained notoriously difficult to put the sedimentary archives used in these efforts...
article 2018
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Bijl, P.K. (author), Houben, A.J.P. (author), Hartman, J.D. (author), Pross, J. (author), Salabarnada, A. (author), Escutia, C. (author), Sangiorgi, F. (author)
Next to atmospheric CO2 concentrations, iceproximal oceanographic conditions are a critical factor for the stability of Antarctic marine-terminating ice sheets. The Oligocene and Miocene epochs (- 34-5 Myr ago) were time intervals with atmospheric CO2 concentrations between those of present-day and those expected for the near future. As such,...
article 2018
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Hartman, J.D. (author), Sangiorgi, F. (author), Salabarnada, A. (author), Peterse, F. (author), Houben, A.J.P. (author), Schouten, S. (author), Brinkhuis, H. (author), Escutia, C. (author), Bijl, P.K. (author)
The volume of the Antarctic continental ice sheet(s) varied substantially during the Oligocene and Miocene ( ∼ 34-5Ma) from smaller to substantially larger than today, both on million-year and on orbital timescales. However, reproduction through physical modeling of a dynamic response of the ice sheets to climate forcing remains problematic,...
article 2018
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Bijl, P.K. (author), Brinkhuis, H. (author), Egger, L.M. (author), Eldrett, J.S. (author), Frieling, J. (author), Grothe, A. (author), Houben, A.J.P. (author), Pross, J. (author), Sliwinska, K.K. (author), Sluijs, A. (author)
The taxonomic revision of the dinoflagellate cyst subfamily Wetzelielloideae by Williams et al. (2015) places primary emphasis on the type of archaeopyle, and secondarily on wall ornamentation. Williams et al. (2015) argues that this provides more clarity for taxonomic differentiation within the subfamily of Wetzelielloideae, and adds to the...
article 2017
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Douglas, P.M.J. (author), Affek, H.P. (author), Ivany, L.C. (author), Houben, A.J.P. (author), Sijp, W.P. (author), Sluijs, A. (author), Schouten, S. (author), Pagani, M. (author)
Paleoclimate studies suggest that increased global warmth during the Eocene epoch was greatly amplified at high latitudes, a state that climate models cannot fully reproduce. However, proxy estimates of Eocene near-Antarctic sea surface temperatures (SSTs) have produced widely divergent results at similar latitudes, with SSTs above 20 °C in the...
article 2014
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Rasha Al-Moraikhi, R. (author), Naveen Verma, N. (author), Mishra, P. (author), Houben, A.J.P. (author), van Hoof, T. (author), Verreussel, R. (author)
The past few decades the focus of hydrocarbon exploration and production in the Middle East progressively has moved to deeper/older plays. In fact, the Jurassic succession of the Arabian Platform is now among the major hydrocarbon-producing intervals of the Middle East. On this platform, widespread carbonate deposition resulted in a vertical and...
conference paper 2014
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Stocchi, P. (author), Escutia, C. (author), Houben, A.J.P. (author), Vermeersen, B.L.A. (author), Bijl, P.K. (author), Brinkhuis, H. (author), Deconto, R.M. (author), Galeotti, S. (author), Passchier, S. (author), Pollard, D. (author)
During the middle and late Eocene (∼ 48-34 Myr ago), the Earth's climate cooled and an ice sheet built up on Antarctica. The stepwise expansion of ice on Antarctica induced crustal deformation and gravitational perturbations around the continent. Close to the ice sheet, sea level rose despite an overall reduction in the mass of the ocean caused...
article 2013
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Houben, A.J.P. (author), Bijl, P.K. (author), Pross, J. (author), Bohaty, S.M. (author), Passchier, S. (author), Stickley, C.E. (author), Roḧl, U. (author), Sugisaki, S. (author), Tauxe, L. (author), van de Flierdt, T. (author), Olney, M. (author), Sangiorgi, F. (author), Sluijs, A. (author), Escutia, C. (author), Brinkhuis, H. (author)
The circum-Antarctic Southern Ocean is an important region for global marine food webs and carbon cycling because of sea-ice formation and its unique plankton ecosystem. However, the mechanisms underlying the installation of this distinct ecosystem and the geological timing of its development remain unknown. Here, we show, on the basis of fossil...
article 2013
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