Wolfgang Kuhnt
Wolfgang Kuhnt
Institute for Geosciences Kiel University
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Impacts of orbital forcing and atmospheric carbon dioxide on Miocene ice-sheet expansion
A Holbourn, W Kuhnt, M Schulz, H Erlenkeuser
Nature 438 (7067), 483-487, 2005
Orbitally-paced climate evolution during the middle Miocene “Monterey” carbon-isotope excursion
A Holbourn, W Kuhnt, M Schulz, JA Flores, N Andersen
Earth and Planetary Science Letters 261 (3-4), 534-550, 2007
Fundamental modes and abrupt changes in North Atlantic circulation and climate over the last 60 ky—Concepts, reconstruction and numerical modeling
M Sarnthein, K Stattegger, D Dreger, H Erlenkeuser, P Grootes, BJ Haupt, ...
The Northern North Atlantic: A Changing Environment, 365-410, 2001
Neogene history of the Indonesian throughflow
W Kuhnt, A Holbourn, R Hall, M Zuvela, R Käse
Continent-Ocean Interactions within East Asian Marginal Seas. Geophysical …, 2004
Late Quaternary upwelling intensity and East Asian monsoon forcing in the South China Sea
Z Jian, B Huang, W Kuhnt, HL Lin
Quaternary Research 55 (3), 363-370, 2001
The response of benthic foraminifers to carbon flux and primary production in the Arctic Ocean
JE Wollenburg, W Kuhnt
Marine Micropaleontology 40 (3), 189-231, 2000
Middle Miocene climate cooling linked to intensification of eastern equatorial Pacific upwelling
A Holbourn, W Kuhnt, M Lyle, L Schneider, O Romero, N Andersen
Geology 42 (1), 19-22, 2014
Global perturbation of the carbon cycle at the onset of the Miocene Climatic Optimum
A Holbourn, W Kuhnt, KGD Kochhann, N Andersen, KJ Sebastian Meier
Geology 43 (2), 123-126, 2015
Late Miocene climate cooling and intensification of southeast Asian winter monsoon
AE Holbourn, W Kuhnt, SC Clemens, KGD Kochhann, J Jöhnck, ...
Nature communications 9 (1), 1584, 2018
Changes in the thermocline structure of the Indonesian outflow during Terminations I and II
J Xu, A Holbourn, W Kuhnt, Z Jian, H Kawamura
Earth and Planetary Science Letters 273 (1-2), 152-162, 2008
Middle to late Miocene stepwise climate cooling: Evidence from a high‐resolution deep water isotope curve spanning 8 million years
A Holbourn, W Kuhnt, S Clemens, W Prell, N Andersen
Paleoceanography 28 (4), 688-699, 2013
Black shale deposition on the northwest African Shelf during the Cenomanian/Turonian oceanic anoxic event: Climate coupling and global organic carbon burial
S Kolonic, T Wagner, A Forster, JS Sinninghe Damsté, B Walsworth‐Bell, ...
Paleoceanography 20 (1), 2005
Cyclicity of Cenomanian-Turonian organic-carbon-rich sediments in the Tarfaya Atlantic coastal basin (Morocco)
W Kuhnt, A Nederbragt, L Leine
Cretaceous Research 18 (4), 587-601, 1997
Distribution of Cenomanian-Turonian Organic Facies in the Western Mediterranean and Along the Adjacent Atlantic Margin: Chapter 10
W Kuhnt, JP Herbin, J Thurow, J Wiedmann
AAPG Special Volumes 32, 133-160, 1990
Benthic foraminiferal paleoceanography of the South China Sea over the last 40,000 years
Z Jian, L Wang, M Kienast, M Sarnthein, W Kuhnt, H Lin, P Wang
Marine Geology 156 (1-4), 159-186, 1999
Orbital-scale record of the late Cenomanian–Turonian oceanic anoxic event (OAE-2) in the Tarfaya Basin (Morocco)
W Kuhnt, F Luderer, S Nederbragt, J Thurow, T Wagner
International Journal of Earth Sciences 94, 147-159, 2005
Oceanic anoxic conditions around the Cenomanian/Turonian boundary and the response of the biota
W Kuhnt, J Thurow, J Wiedmann, JP Herbin
Biogeochemistry of black shales 60, 205-246, 1986
Deep-sea benthic foraminiferal recolonization of the 1991 Mt. Pinatubo ash layer in the South China Sea
S Hess, W Kuhnt
Marine Micropaleontology 28 (2), 171-197, 1996
Cretaceous separation of Africa and South America: the view from the West African margin (ODP Leg 159)
T Pletsch, J Erbacher, AEL Holbourn, W Kuhnt, M Moullade, ...
Journal of South American Earth Sciences 14 (2), 147-174, 2001
Transient global cooling at the onset of early Aptian oceanic anoxic event (OAE) 1a
W Kuhnt, A Holbourn, M Moullade
Geology 39 (4), 323-326, 2011
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