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PALEOCLIMATE: An Appealing Snowball Earth That's Still Hard to Swallow.

Kerr RA.

Science. 2000 Mar 10;287(5459):1734-6.

PMID:
17841405
2.

A carbon isotope challenge to the snowball Earth.

Sansjofre P, Ader M, Trindade RI, Elie M, Lyons J, Cartigny P, Nogueira AC.

Nature. 2011 Oct 5;478(7367):93-6. doi: 10.1038/nature10499.

PMID:
21979050
3.

Stable isotopic evidence for methane seeps in Neoproterozoic postglacial cap carbonates.

Jiang G, Kennedy MJ, Christie-Blick N.

Nature. 2003 Dec 18;426(6968):822-6.

PMID:
14685234
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A 'snowball Earth' climate triggered by continental break-up through changes in runoff.

Donnadieu Y, Goddéris Y, Ramstein G, Nédélec A, Meert J.

Nature. 2004 Mar 18;428(6980):303-6.

PMID:
15029192
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Neoproterozoic 'snowball Earth' simulations with a coupled climate/ice-sheet model.

Hyde WT, Crowley TJ, Baum SK, Peltier WR.

Nature. 2000 May 25;405(6785):425-9.

PMID:
10839531
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Global sea level and Earth rotation.

Peltier WR.

Science. 1988 May 13;240(4854):895-901.

PMID:
17783445
8.

Thickness of tropical ice and photosynthesis on a snowball Earth.

McKay CP.

Geophys Res Lett. 2000 Jul 15;27(14):2153-6.

PMID:
11543492
9.

Estimating duration and intensity of Neoproterozoic snowball glaciations from Ir anomalies.

Bodiselitsch B, Koeberl C, Master S, Reimold WU.

Science. 2005 Apr 8;308(5719):239-42.

10.

A neoproterozoic snowball earth

Hoffman PF, Kaufman AJ, Halverson GP, Schrag DP.

Science. 1998 Aug 28;281(5381):1342-6.

11.

Ferruginous conditions dominated later neoproterozoic deep-water chemistry.

Canfield DE, Poulton SW, Knoll AH, Narbonne GM, Ross G, Goldberg T, Strauss H.

Science. 2008 Aug 15;321(5891):949-52. doi: 10.1126/science.1154499. Epub 2008 Jul 17.

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Low-latitude glaciation and rapid changes in the Earth's obliquity explained by obliquity-oblateness feedback.

Williams DM, Kasting JF, Frakes LA.

Nature. 1998 Dec 3;396(6710):453-5.

PMID:
9853751
13.

Revealing the climate of snowball Earth from Δ17O systematics of hydrothermal rocks.

Herwartz D, Pack A, Krylov D, Xiao Y, Muehlenbachs K, Sengupta S, Di Rocco T.

Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 2015 Apr 28;112(17):5337-41. doi: 10.1073/pnas.1422887112. Epub 2015 Apr 13.

PMID:
25870269
14.

Snowball prevention questioned.

Hoffman PF, Crowley JW, Johnston DT, Jones DS, Schrag DP.

Nature. 2008 Dec 18;456(7224):E7; author reply E9-10. doi: 10.1038/nature07655.

PMID:
19092866
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Stretching the envelope of past surface environments: Neoproterozoic glacial lakes from Svalbard.

Bao H, Fairchild IJ, Wynn PM, Spötl C.

Science. 2009 Jan 2;323(5910):119-22. doi: 10.1126/science.1165373.

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Carbon cycling and snowball Earth.

Goddéris Y, Donnadieu Y.

Nature. 2008 Dec 18;456(7224):E8; author reply E9-10. doi: 10.1038/nature07653.

PMID:
19092867
17.

Links between climate and sea levels for the past three million years.

Lambeck K, Esat TM, Potter EK.

Nature. 2002 Sep 12;419(6903):199-206. Review.

PMID:
12226674
18.

Snowball Earth prevention by dissolved organic carbon remineralization.

Peltier WR, Liu Y, Crowley JW.

Nature. 2007 Dec 6;450(7171):813-8.

PMID:
18064001
19.

Extreme winds and waves in the aftermath of a Neoproterozoic glaciation.

Allen PA, Hoffman PF.

Nature. 2005 Jan 13;433(7022):123-7.

PMID:
15650730
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Biomarker evidence for photosynthesis during neoproterozoic glaciation.

Olcott AN, Sessions AL, Corsetti FA, Kaufman AJ, de Oliviera TF.

Science. 2005 Oct 21;310(5747):471-4. Epub 2005 Sep 29.

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