Paleoceanography focuses on original contributions dealing with all aspects of understanding and reconstructing Earth's past climate. The journals' scope has expanded from its original focus on paleoceanography and marine records to include terrestrial records and reconstruction, and modeling and integrated studies linking diverse records together. Contributions should emphasize global and regional understandings, rather than purely local interests, and can cover all or Earth's history (from the Precambrian to the Quaternary, including modern analogs).
Editor in Chief: Ellen Thomas
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