deMenocal Publications



98.    Goldsmith, Yonaton, Wallace S Broecker, Hai Xu, Pratigya J Polissar, Peter deMenocal, Naomi Porat, Jianghu Lan, Peng Cheng, Weijian Zhou, and Zhisheng An. 2017. “Reply to Liu Et Al.: East Asian Summer Monsoon Rainfall Dominates Lake Dali Lake Area Changes.” Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 114 (15): E2989–90. doi:10.1073/pnas.1616708114. Goldsmith 2017 Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.pdf

97. Tierney, J.E., Pausata, F.S.R., deMenocal, P.B. Rainfall dynamics of the Green Sahara. Science Advances. Sci. Adv. 2017;3: e1601503. . Tierney et al. 2017.pdf (2017)

96. Ezat, M., Rasmussen, T.L., Hönisch, B., Groeneveld, J., deMenocal, P.B. A 135 kyr record of shallow subsurface pCO2 and nutrient levels from the Norwegian Sea. Nature Geoscience. DOI: 10.1038/ncomms14498. (2017).

95. Karas, C., Nürnberg, D., Tiedemann, R., Bahr, A., Groeneveld, J., Herrle, J.O., deMenocal, P.B. Pliocene oceanic seaways and global climate. Scientific Reports, 10.1038/srep39842  (2017).Karas.etal.2017.pdf

94. Goldsmith, Y., Broecker, W.S., Xu., H., Polissar, P., deMenocal, P.B., Porat, N., Peng, C., Zhou, W., An, Z. Glacial to Holocene shifts in the East Asian monsoon recorded by paleoshorelines from Dali Lake, China. PNAS, doi/10.1073/pnas.1616708114 (2017).


93.     Goldsmith, Y, P J Polissar, A. Ayalon, M. Bar-Matthews, P B deMenocal, and W S Broecker. 2016. “The Modern and Last Glacial Maximum Hydrological Cycles of the Eastern Mediterranean and the Levant From a Water Isotope Perspective.” Earth and Planetary Science Letters. doi:10.1016/j.epsl.2016.10.017.Goldsmith.etal.2016.pdf

92.    Williams, R.H., McGee, D., Kinsley, C., Ridley, D.A., Hu, S., Fedorov, A., Tal, I., Murray, R., deMenocal, P.B. Glacial to Holocene changes in trans-Atlantic Saharan dust transport and dust-climate feedbacks. Science Advances, 10.1126/sciadv.1600445 (2016) Williams.etal.2016.pdf.

91.    deMenocal, P.B. and Stringer, C. Climate and the peopling of the world. Nature. doi:10.1038/nature19471 deMenocal.Stringer.2016.pdf

90.    Rose, C., Polissar, P., Tierney, J.A., Filley, T., deMenocal, P.B. Changes in Northeast African Hydrology and Vegetation Associated with Pliocene-Pleistocene Sapropel Cycles. Phil. Trans. Roy. Soc. 371: 20150243. Rose.etal.2016.pdf

89.     Uno KT, Polissar PJ, Kahle E, Feibel C, Harmand S, Roche H, deMenocal PB. 2016 A Pleistocene palaeovegetation record from plant wax biomarkers from the Nachukui Formation, West Turkana, Kenya. Phil. Trans. R. Soc. B 371: 20150235. Uno.etal.2016b.pdf

88.     Uno, Kevin T, Pratigya J Polissar, Kevin E Jackson, and Peter B deMenocal. 2016. “Neogene Biomarker Record of Vegetation Change in Eastern Africa.” Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, June, 201521267. doi:10.1073/pnas.1521267113. Uno.etal.2016.pdf


87.     Bradtmiller, L., McGee, D., Awaly, M., Evers, J., Yerxa, H., Kinsley, C., deMenocal, P.B. Changes in biological productivity along the northwest African margin over the past 20,000 years. Paleoceanography, 10.1002/2015PA002862 (2015). Bradtmiller etal.2015.pdf

86.    Tierney, J.A., Pausata, F.S.R., deMenocal, P.B. Deglacial Indian monsoon failure and North Atlantic stadials linked by Indian Ocean surface cooling Nature Geoscience (2015) DOI: 10.1038/NGEO2603 Tierney.etal.2015c.pdf

85.     Tierney, J.A., Ummenhofer, C.C., deMenocal, P.B. Past and Future rainfall in the Horn of Africa. Science advances. Science Advances 2015;1:e1500682 Tierney.etal.2015b.pdf

84.     deMenocal, P.B.. deMenocal, P.B. The End of the Humid Period. Nature Geoscience 8, 86–87 deMenocal.2015.pdf


83.     Otto-Bliesner, B. L. et al. Coherent changes of southeastern equatorial and northern African rainfall during the last deglaciation. Science 346, 1223–1227 (2014). Otto-Bliesner.etal.2014.pdf

  1. 82.    deMenocal, P.B., Climate Shocks. Scientific American (September, 2014) deMenocal.Sci.Am.2014.pdf

81.     Morley, A., Rosenthal, Y., deMenocal, P.B., Ocean-atmosphere climate shift during the mid-to-late Holocene transition. Earth and Planetary Science Letters, 388, pp. 18-26. Morley.etal.2013.pdf


80.     Tierney, J.E., deMenocal, P.B., Abrupt shifts in Horn of Africa hydroclimate since the Last Glacial Maximum. Science (2013). Tierney.deMenocal.2013.pdf

  1. 79.    Jennifer A. Arbuszewski, deMenocal, P.B. Cléroux C, Bradtmiller L., and Mix, A.C. Meridional shifts of the Atlantic intertropical convergence zone since the Last Glacial Maximum. Nature Geoscience, doi: 10.1038/ngeo1961. (2013). Arbuszewski etal.2013.pdf

78.     Cleroux, C., deMenocal, P.B., Arbuszewski, J., Linsley, B. Reconstructing the upper water column thermal structure in the Atlantic Ocean. Paleoceanography, 28, pp. 1-14.  (2013) Cleroux.etal.2013.pdf

77.     Hönisch, B, Allen, K., Lea, D., Spero, H., Eggins, S., Arbuszewski, J., deMenocal, P., Rosenthal, Y., Russell, A., Elderfield, H. 2013. The influence of salinity on Mg/Ca in planktic foraminifers - evidence from cultures, core-top sediments and complementary d18O. Geochem. Cosmochem. Acta, 121, pp. 196-213. Hönisch et al. 2013.pdf

76.      Hathorne, E., Alex Gagnon, Thomas Felis, Jess Adkins, Ryuji Asami, Wim Boer, Nicolas Caillon, David Case, Kim Cobb, Eric Douville, Peter deMenocal, Anton Eisenhauer, Dieter Garbe-Schönberg, Walter Geibert, Steven Goldstein, Konrad A. Hughen, Mayuri Inoue, Hodaka Kawahata, Martin Kölling, Florence Le Cornec, Braddock Linsley, Helen McGregor, Paolo Montagna, Intan Nurhati, Terrence Quinn, Jacek Raddatz, Helene Rebaubier, Laura Robinson, Aleksey Sadekov, Robert Sherrell, Daniel Sinclair, Sandy Tudhope, Gangjian Wei, Henri Wong, Henry Wu, Chen-Feng You. Inter-laboratory study for coral Sr/Ca and other element/Ca ratio measurements. Geochem. Geophys. Geosyst., doi: 10.1002/ggge.20230. (2013) Hathorne.etal.2013.pdf

  1. 75.    McGee, D., deMenocal, P. B., Winckler, G., Stuut, J. B. W., & Bradtmiller, L. I. The magnitude, timing and abruptness of changes in North African dust deposition over the last 20,000yr. Earth and Planetary Science Letters, 371-372(C), 163–176. doi:10.1016/j.epsl.2013.03.054. (2013) McGee et al.2013.pdf

74.     deMenocal, P.B., Marine sediment records of African climate change: Progress and puzzles. Reference Module in Earth Systems and Environmental Sciences, from Treatise on Geochemistry (Second Edition), Volume 14, 2014, Pages 99-108. deMenocal.2013.pdf

73.     Wu., H.C., Linsley, B.K., Dassie, E., Schiralde, B., deMenocal, P.B. South Pacific Convergence Zone variability over the last 210 years from coral Sr/Ca records. Geochem. Geophys. Geosyst. 14 (5). doi:10.1029/2012GC004293 (2013)  Wu.etal.2013.pdf


72.     deMenocal, P.B., Tierney, J.E. African Humid Periods paced by Earth’s orbital changes. Nature Education 3(7):12. (2012) (link) (deMenocal.Tierney.2012.pdf)


71. Cleroux, C., deMenocal, P.B., Guilderson, T. Deglacial radiocarbon history of tropical Atlantic thermocline waters: absence of CO2 reservoir purging signal. Quat. Sci. Rev. (2011) doi:10.1016/j.quascirev.2011.04.015 (Cleroux.etal.2011.pdf)

70.Humphris, S., deMenocal , P.B., Edwards, K.J., Fisher, A.T. Saffer, D., 2011. The need for scientific ocean drilling. EOS, 92 (10), pp. 83-84. (Humphris.etal.EOS.2011.pdf)

69.deMenocal, P.B..2011. Climate and Human Evolution. Science., 311, pp. 540-541. (deMenocal.2011.pdf)


68.Arbuszewski, J.A., deMenocal, P.B., Kaplan, A., Farmer, E.C. On the fidelity of shell-derived d18Oseawater estimates. Earth and Planet. Sci. Lett., doi:10.1016/j.epsl.2010.10.0 (2010) (Arbuszewski.etal.2010.pdf)

  1. 67.Committee on the Earth System Context for Hominin Evolution (13 coauthors incl. P deMenocal).  “Understanding Climate's Influence on Human Evolution” National Research Council of the National Academies Report. National Academies Press, 115 pp. (2010). (Climates-HumanEvolutionFinal.pdf)


66.deMenocal, P.B. Chapter 1: Taking the Temperature of the Planet, in Climate Change: Picturing the Science. Edited by Gavin Schmidt and Joshua Wolfe. W.W. Norton Publishing, pp. 19-44 (2009). (chapter1.pdf)

65.deMenocal, P.B. Chapter 7: Studying Climate, in Climate Change: Picturing the Science. Edited by Gavin Schmidt and Joshua Wolfe. W.W. Norton Publishing, pp. 19-44 (2009).(chapter7.pdf)

64.Cole, J., Goldstein, S., deMenocal, P.B., Hemming, S., Grousset, F. Contrasting compositions of Saharan dust in the eastern Atlantic Ocean during the last deglaciation and African Humid Period. Earth and Planetary Science Letters, 278, pp. 257-266, 2009. (Cole.etal.2009.pdf)


63.Feakins, S. and deMenocal, P.B. Global and African regional climate during the Cenozoic, in Cenozoic Mammals of Africa, Editors: Werdelin, L. and Sanders. B. (Feakins.deMeniocal.Werdelin_ch4.2010.pdf)

62. deMenocal, P.B.. Africa on the Edge. Nature Geoscience, 1, pp. 650-651, 2008. (deMenocal.2008.pdf)

61. Greaves, M. et al. Interlaboratory comparison study of calibration standards for foraminiferal Mg/Ca thermometry. Geochem., Geophys., and Geosystems, 9(8), Q08010, doi:10.1029/2008GC001974, 2008. (Greaves&Caillon-Gcube08.pdf)

60. Yashuhara, M., Cronin, T. M., deMenocal, P. B., Okahashi, H., and Linsley, B. K. (2008). Abrupt climate change and collapse of deep-sea ecosystems. Proc. Nat. Acad. Sciences 105, 1556-1560. (Yasuhara et al., 2008.pdf)


59. Hendy, E.J., Gagan, M.K., Lough, J.M., McCoulloch, M., deMenocal, P.B. The impact of skeletal dissolution and secondary aragonite on trace element and isotopic proxies in Porites corals. Paleoceanography, 22, PA4101, doi:10.1029/2007PA001462, 2007. (Hendy.etal., 2007.pdf)

58.Feakins, S., Brown, F.H., and deMenocal, P.B. Plio-Pleistocene Microtephra in DSDP Site 231, Gulf of Aden. J. African Earth Sciences, 48, pp. 341-352, 2007. (Feakins.etal.2007.pdf)

57.Liu, Z., Yi Wang, Robert Gallimore, Francoise Gasse, Thomas Johnson, Peter deMenocal, Jess Adkins, Michael Notaro, I. Colin Prentice, John Kutzbach, Robert Jacob, Pat Behling, Lihua Wang, Everest Ong. Simulating the Transient Evolution and Abrupt Change of Northern Africa Atmosphere-Ocean-Terrestrial Ecosystem in the Holocene. Quat. Sci. Rev, 26 (13-14), pp. 1818-1837, doi:10.1016/j.quascirev.2007.03.002, 2007. (Liu.etal.2007.pdf)

56.Farmer, E. C., A. Kaplan, P. B. de Menocal, and J. Lynch-Stieglitz (2007), Corroborating ecological depth preferences of planktonic foraminifera in the tropical Atlantic with the stable oxygen isotope ratios of core top specimens, Paleoceanography, 22, PA3205, doi:10.1029/2006PA001361. (Farmer.etal.2007.pdf)

55. Feakins, S., Eglinton, T., deMenocal, P.B. A comparison of biomarker records of Northeast African vegetation from lacustrine and marine sediments ca. 3.4 Ma. Organic Geochemistry 38 (2007) 1607–1624. (Feakins.etal.2007b.pdf)


54.Koutavas, A., deMenocal, P.B., Olive, G.C., Lynch-Steiglitz, J. Mid-Holocene ENSO attenuation and background La Niña conditions in the tropical Pacific Ocean. Geology, 34 (12), pp. 993-996, 2006. (Koutavas.etal.2006.pdf)

53.Fedorov, A, Dekens, P., McCarthy, M, Ravelo, A., deMenocal, P., Barreiro, M., Pacanowski, R., Philander, G. The Pliocene Paradox: Mechanisms for a permanent El Nino. Science, 312, pp. 1485-1489. 2006. (Fedorov.eal.2006.pdf)

52. Linsley, B.K., Kaplan, A., Gouriou, Y., Salinger, J., deMenocal, P.B., Wellington, G.M., Howe, S.S. Tracking the extent of the South Pacific Convergence Zone since 1619 AD. Geochem., Geophys., and Geosystems, 7(4). Q05003, doi:10.1029/2005GC001115. 2006. (Linsley.etal.2006.pdf)

51.Adkins, J.F. deMenocal, P.B., Eschel, G. The “African Humid Period” and the record of marine upwelling from excess 230 Th in ODP Hole 658C. Paleoceanography, 21, pp. 1-14. 10.1029/2005PA001200, 2006. (Adkins.etal.2006.pdf)


50. Feakins, S.J., deMenocal, P.B., Eglinton, T.I., 2005. Biomarker records of Late Neogene changes in northeast African vegetation. Geology, v. 33; no. 12; p. 977–980; doi: 10.1130/G21814.1. 2005. (Feakins.etal.2005.pdf)

49.deMenocal, P.B. and Cook, E.P. Agents of Collapse: Megadroughts in the American West (Book review: Collapse, by Jared Diamond). Current Anthropology, v46, S5, pp. S91-100. 2005. (deMenocal.Cook.2005.pdf)

48.Farmer, E.C., deMenocal, P.B., Marchitto, T.M. Holocene and deglacial ocean temperature variability in the Benguela upwelling region: Implications for low-latitude atmospheric circulation. Paleoceanography, 20, doi:10.1029/2004PA001049. 2005. (Farmer.etal.2005.pdf)


47. Jansen, E., deMenocal, P., Grousset, F. Holocene climate variability – a marine perspective. Quat. Sci. Rev, 23, pp.2061-2061. 2004. (Jansen.etal.2004.pdf)

46. deMenocal, P.B. African climate change and faunal evolution during the Pliocene-Pleistocene. Earth and Planetary Science Letters (Frontiers). 220, 1/2, 3-24. 2004. (deMenocal.2004.pdf)

44.Rosenthal, Y. et al. Interlaboratory comparison study of Mg/Ca and Sr/Ca measurements in planktonic foraminifera for paleoceanographic research. Geochem., Geophys., and Geosystems, 5 (4). doi:10.1029/2003GC000650. 2004. (Rosenthal_etal.2004.pdf)


43.Marchitto, T. M. and P. B. deMenocal. Late Holocene variability of upper North Atlantic Deep Water temperature and salinity. Geochemistry, Geophysics, Geosystems 4(12): 1100, doi 10.1029/2003GC000598. 2003. (Marchitto.deMenocal.2003.pdf)

42. Zabel, M., Wagner, T., deMenocal, P. Terrigenous signals in sediments from Terrigenous Signals in Sediments of the Low-Latitude Atlantic – Indications to Environmental Variations during the Late Quaternary,  Part II: Lithogenic Matter. In "The South Atlantic in the Late Quaternary: Reconstruction of Mass Budget and Current Systems",Wefer, G., Mulitza, S. & Ratmeyer, V. (eds), Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg, New York. 2003. (Zabel et al 2003.pdf)


41. Elliot, M., deMenocal, P., Linsley, B., Howe, S. Environmental controls on the seasonal isotopic records of Mercenaria mercenaria and potential application to paleoenvironmental studies. Geochemistry, Geophysics, Geosystems  4 (7), 2002. (Elliot.etal.2003.pdf)

40. Cullen, H.M., A. Kaplan, R. Arko, and P.B. deMenocal, Impact of the North Atlantic Oscillation on Middle Eastern climate and Streamflow, Climate Change, 55, 315-338, 2002. (Cullen.etal.2002.pdf)


39. deMenocal, P.B., Cultural responses to climate change during the late Holocene, Science, 292, 667-673, 2001. (deMenocal.2001.pdf)

38. D. Rind, G. Russell, G. Schmidt, S. Sheth, D. Collins,  P. deMenocal and J. Teller. Effects of glacial meltwater in the GISS Coupled Atmosphere-Ocean Model: Part II: A bi-polar seesaw in Atlantic Deep Water production.. J. Geophys. Res. 106, 27355-27366. 2001. (

37. D. Rind, P. deMenocal, G. Russell, S. Sheth, D. Collins, G. Schmidt, and J. Teller. Effects of glacial meltwater in the GISS Coupled Atmosphere-Ocean Model: Part I: North Atlantic Deep Water response. J. Geophys. Res. 106, 27335-27354. 2001.


36.deMenocal, P.B., Ortiz, J., Guilderson, T., Sarnthein, M. Coherent High- and Low-Latitude Climate Variability during the Holocene Warm Period. Science, 288 (5474), 2198-2202. 2000. (deMenocal.etal.2000.pdf)

35. Cullen, H.M. and deMenocal, P.B. North Atlantic Influence on Turkish Climate and Water Supply, Int. J. Climatology, 20(8), pgs. 853-863, 2000. (Cullen.deMenocal.2000.pdf)

34. Cullen, H.M., P.B. deMenocal, S. Hemming, G. Hemming, F.H. Brown, T. Guilderson, and F. Sirocko, Climate change and the collapse of the Akkadian Empire: Evidence from the deep-sea, Geology, 28 (4), 379-382. 2000. (

33.deMenocal, P.B, Ortiz, J., Guilderson, T., Adkins, J., Sarnthein, M., Baker, L., and Yarusinski, M. Abrupt onset and termination of the African Humid Period: Rapid climate response to gradual insolation forcing. Quat. Sci. Rev, 19, 347-361. 2000. (deMenocal.etal.2000.pdf)

32.deMenocal, P.B., and Baker, L. Benthic stable isotope data from Sites 1014 and 1020 (0.6-1.2 Ma). Proc. ODP, Scientific Results167, 145-146. 2000.

1999 and prior

31. deMenocal, P.B. and Brown, F.H. Pliocene tephra correlations between East African hominid localities, the Gulf of Aden, and the Arabian Sea. In Climatic and Environmental Change in the Neogene of Europe, Cambridge University Press, p. 23-52. 1999. (deMenocal.Brown.1999.pdf)

30. Catubig, N.R., Archer, D.E., Francois, R., deMenocal, P., Howard, W., Yu, E.-F. Global deep-sea burial rate of calcium carbonate during the Last Glacial Maximum, Paleoceanography, 13 (3), 298-310. 1998. (Catubig.etal.1998.pdf)

29.Partridge, T., P.B. deMenocal, S. Lorentz, M. Paiker, and J. Vogel, Orbital forcing of climate over South Africa: A 200,000-year rainfall record from the Pretoria Saltpan, Quat. Sci. Rev., 16 (10), 1125-1133. 1998.

28.deMenocal, P.B., Archer, D., Leth, P.  Pleistocene variations in Atlantic deep circulation and calcite burial: A combined data-model approach.  Proc. ODP, Scientific Results, 154,, 285-297. 1997.

27.Bond, G., W. Showers, M. Cheseby, R. Lotti, P. deMenocal, P. Priori, H. Cullen, I. Hadjes, and E. Bonani, A pervasive, millennial-scale cycle in the North Atlantic  Holocene and Late Glacial climates, Science, 278: 1257-1266, 1997. (Bond etal.1997.pdf)

26.deMenocal, P.B. and Bond, G.C.  Holocene climate less stable than previously thought. EOS, 78 (41): 447-450. 1997.

25. deMenocal, P.B. and Rind, D. Sensitivity of subtropical African and Asian climate to prescribed boundary condition changes: Model implications for the Plio-Pleistocene evolution of low-latitude climate. In Johnson, T. and Odada, E., The Limnology, Climatology, and Paleoclimatology of West African Lakes: New York (Gordon and Breach), 57-77. 1996.

24. Partridge, T. C., Wood, B., and deMenocal, P. B., The influence of global climatic change and regional uplift on large mammalian evolution on East and southern Africa, in Vrba, E., Denton, G., Partridge, T. C., and Burckle, L., eds., Paleoclimate and Evolution With Emphasis of Human Evolution: New Haven, Yale Univ. Press, 330-355. 1995.

23. deMenocal, P. B., and Bloemendal, J., Plio-Pleistocene subtropical African climate variability and the paleoenvironment of hominid evolution: A combined data-model approach, in Vrba, E., Denton, G., Burckle, L., and Partridge, T., eds., Paleoclimate and Evolution With Emphasis on Human Origins: New Haven, Yale University Press, p. 262-288. 1995.

22. Partridge, T. C., Bond, G. C., Hartnandy, C. J. H., deMenocal, P. B., and Ruddiman, W. F., Climatic effects of late Neogene tectonism and volcanism, in Vrba, E., Denton, G., Burckle, L., and Partridge, T., eds., Paleoclimate and Evolution With Emphasis on Human Origins: New Haven, Yale Univ. Press, p. 8-23. 1995.

21. deMenocal, P.B. Plio-Pleistocene African climate. Science, 270, 53-59. 1995. (deMenocal.1995.pdf)

20. Hagelberg, T.K., Bond, G., and deMenocal, P.B. Milankovitch forcing of millennial scale climatic variability during the Pleistocene. Paleoceanography, 9, 4, 545-558. 1994.

19. deMenocal, P., Ruddiman, W., and Pokras, E., Influences of high- and low-latitude processes on African terrestrial climate:  Pleistocene eolian records from equatorial Atlantic Ocean Drilling Program site 663. Paleoceanography, 8 (2); 209-242. 1993. (

18. deMenocal, P., and Rind, D.  Sensitivity of Asian and African climate to variations in seasonal insolation, glacial ice cover, sea-surface termperature, and Asian orography. J. Geophys. Res., 98 (D4); 7265-7287. 1993.

17. Bloemendal, J., King, J., A. Hunt, deMenocal, P., Hayashida, A.  Origin of the sedimentary magnetic record at Ocean Drilling Program Sites on the Owen Ridge, western Arabian Sea. J. Geophys. Res., 98 (B3); 4199-4219. 1993.

16. deMenocal, P.  Loess, in Encyclopedia of Climate and Weather, S. Schneider (editor), Simon and Schuster. 1993.

15. deMenocal, P., Oppo, D., Fairbanks, R., and Prell, W.  A 1.2 Myr record of mid-depth  d13C variability in the North Atlantic.   Paleoceanography, 7: 229-250. 1992.

14. deMenocal, P., Bristow, J., and Stein, R.  Paleoclimatic applications of downhole logs: Plio-Pleistocene results from Hole 798B, Sea of Japan. In: Piscotto, K.A., Ingle, J.C. Jr., von Breymann, M.T., Barron, J., et al.  Proceed. ODP, Scientific Results, 127/128, Pt. 1: College Station, TX (Ocean Drilling Program); 393-408. 1992.

13. Dunbar, R., deMenocal, P.B., and Burkle, L.  Late Pliocene-Quaternary biosiliceous deposition at Site 798, Japan Sea.  In: Piscotto, K.A., Ingle, J.C. Jr., von Breymann, M.T., Barron, J., et al.  Proceed. ODP, Scientific Results, 127/128, Pt. 1: College Station, TX (Ocean Drilling Program); 439-456. 1992.

12. Föllmi, K., et al.  Dark-light rhythms in the sediments of the Japan Sea: Preliminary results from Site 798 with additional results from Sites 797 and 799.  In: Piscotto, K.A., Ingle, J.C. Jr., von Breymann, M.T., Barron, J., et al.  Proceed. ODP, Scientific Results, 127/128, Pt. 1: College Station, TX (Ocean Drilling Program); 559-576. 1992.

11. Bristow, J.F. and deMenocal, P.B.  Evaluation of geochemical log quality in ODP Hole 798B.  In: Piscotto, K.A., Ingle, J.C. Jr., von Breymann, M.T., Barron, J., et al.  Proceed. ODP, Scientific Results 127/128, Pt. 2: College Station, TX (Ocean Drilling Program); 1021-1036. 1992.

10. Bristow, J.F., Broglia, C., deMenocal, P.B, and Pratson, E.L.  Data Report: Geochemical logging results from the Sea of Japan Sites 798 and 799. In: Piscotto, K.A., Ingle, J.C. Jr., von Breymann, M.T., Barron, J., et al.  Proceed. ODP, Scientific Results, 127/128, Pt. 2: College Station, TX (Ocean Drilling Program); 1395-1410. 1992.

9. Fagel, N., Debrabant, P., deMenocal, P., Demoulin, B. Utilasation des mineraux agileux pour la reconstitution des variations paléoclimatiques a court term en Mer d’Arabie. Oceanologica Acta, 15(2); 125-136. 1992.

8. deMenocal, P., Bloemendal, J. and King, J.  Rock-magnetic record of monsoonal dust deposition to the Arabian Sea: Evidence for a shift in the mode of deposition at 2.4 Ma. Proceed. ODP, Scientific Results, 117, 389-407. 1991.

7. deMenocal, P., Ruddiman, W., and Kent, D.V.  Depth of post-depositional remanence acquisition: A case study of the Brunhes-Matuyama reversal and oxygen isotopic Stage 19.1.  Earth and Planetary Science Letters, 99;1-13. 1990.

6. deMenocal, P. and Bloemendal, J.  High- and low-latitude climate interactions: Evidence for enhanced aridity of Asian monsoon dust source areas after 2.4 Myr from ODP Leg 117 magnetic susceptibility data.  Proceedings of the Seventh Annual Pacific Climate Workshop, 18 pp., Monteray, CA. 1990.

5. Ingle, J., Suyehiro, K. and ODP Leg 127 and 128 Scientific Parties.  Evolution of the Japan Sea.  Nature, 346:18-20. 1990.

4. Bloemendal, J. and deMenocal, P.  Evidence for a change in the periodicity of tropical climate cycles at 2.4 Myr from whole-core magnetic susceptibility measurements.  Nature, 342:897-899. 1989.

3. Prell, W., Niitsuma, N., and Leg 117 Scientific Party. Milankovitch and Monsoons.  Nature331:663-664. 1988.

2. Prell, W., Niitsuma, N., and Leg 117 Scientific Party. Leg 117 finds mountains, monsoons.  Geotimes, March, pp. 13-16. 1988.

  1. 1.deMenocal, P.B., Laine, E.P., and Ciesielski, P., A magnetic signature of bottom-current erosion.          Physics of Earth and Planetary Interiors, 51;326-358. 1988.