Christopher Charles
Christopher Charles
Scripps Institution of Oceanography
Verified email at ucsd.edu
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El Niño/Southern Oscillation and tropical Pacific climate during the last millennium
KM Cobb, CD Charles, H Cheng, RL Edwards
Nature 424 (6946), 271-276, 2003
9222003
Interaction between the ENSO and the Asian monsoon in a coral record of tropical climate
CD Charles, DE Hunter, RG Fairbanks
Science 277 (5328), 925-928, 1997
3541997
The oxygen isotopic composition of seawater during the Last Glacial Maximum
DP Schrag, JF Adkins, K McIntyre, JL Alexander, DA Hodell, CD Charles, ...
Quaternary Science Reviews 21 (1-3), 331-342, 2002
3432002
Evidence from Southern Ocean sediments for the effect of North Atlantic deep-water flux on climate
CD Charles, RG Fairbanks
Nature 355 (6359), 416-419, 1992
3411992
Highly variable El Niño–Southern Oscillation throughout the Holocene
KM Cobb, N Westphal, HR Sayani, JT Watson, E Di Lorenzo, H Cheng, ...
Science 339 (6115), 67-70, 2013
3372013
Climate connections between the hemisphere revealed by deep sea sediment core/ice core correlations
CD Charles, J Lynch-Stieglitz, US Ninnemann, RG Fairbanks
Earth and Planetary Science Letters 142 (1), 19-28, 1996
3251996
Evidence for lower productivity in the Antarctic Ocean during the last glaciation
RA Mortlock, CD Charles, PN Froelich, MA Zibello, J Saltzman, JD Hays, ...
Nature 351 (6323), 220-223, 1991
3031991
Glacial-interglacial changes in moisture sources for Greenland: Influences on the ice core record of climate
CD Charles, DV Rind, J Jouzel, RD Koster, RG Fairbanks
Science 263 (5146), 508-511, 1994
2581994
Evaluating climate indices and their geochemical proxies measured in corals
RG Fairbanks, MN Evans, JL Rubenstone, RA Mortlock, K Broad, ...
Coral Reefs 16 (1), S93-S100, 1997
2521997
Origin of global meltwater pulses
RG Fairbanks, CD Charles, JD Wright
Radiocarbon after four decades, 473-500, 1992
2161992
Pleistocene vertical carbon isotope and carbonate gradients in the South Atlantic sector of the Southern Ocean
DA Hodell, KA Venz, CD Charles, US Ninnemann
Geochemistry, Geophysics, Geosystems 4 (1), 1-19, 2003
2112003
Biogenic opal in Southern Ocean sediments over the last 450,000 years: Implications for surface water chemistry and circulation
CD Charles, PN Froelich, MA Zibello, RA Mortlock, JJ Morley
Paleoceanography 6 (6), 697-728, 1991
2101991
Millennial-scale instability of the Antarctic ice sheet during the last glaciation
SL Kanfoush, DA Hodell, CD Charles, TP Guilderson, PG Mortyn, ...
Science 288 (5472), 1815-1819, 2000
2042000
Glacial to interglacial changes in the isotopic gradients of Southern Ocean surface water
CD Charles, RG Fairbanks
Geological History of the Polar Oceans: Arctic Versus Antarctic, 519-538, 1990
2021990
Planktonic foraminifera of the California Current reflect 20th-century warming
DB Field, TR Baumgartner, CD Charles, V Ferreira-Bartrina, MD Ohman
Science 311 (5757), 63-66, 2006
1752006
Comparison of interglacial stages in the South Atlantic sector of the southern ocean for the past 450 kyr: implifications for Marine Isotope Stage (MIS) 11
DA Hodell, CD Charles, US Ninnemann
Global and Planetary Change 24 (1), 7-26, 2000
1612000
Abrupt cooling of Antarctic surface waters and sea ice expansion in the South Atlantic sector of the Southern Ocean at 5000 cal yr BP
DA Hodell, SL Kanfoush, A Shemesh, X Crosta, CD Charles, ...
Quaternary Research 56 (2), 191-198, 2001
1592001
Oxygen isotopes in biogenic silica: global changes in ocean temperature and isotopic composition
A Shemesh, CD Charles, RG Fairbanks
Science 256 (5062), 1434-1436, 1992
1571992
A central tropical Pacific coral demonstrates Pacific, Indian, and Atlantic decadal climate connections
KM Cobb, CD Charles, DE Hunter
Geophysical Research Letters 28 (11), 2209-2212, 2001
1552001
Changes in the mode of Southern Ocean circulation over the last glacial cycle revealed by foraminiferal stable isotopic variability
US Ninnemann, CD Charles
Earth and Planetary Science Letters 201 (2), 383-396, 2002
1542002
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