Palaeoceanography is the study of past changes in ocean conditions including temperature, salinity, redox state, productivity, circulation, and ecology. These variables are typically reconstructed through analyses of the geochemistry, microfossil composition, and organic contents of ancient marine sediments that have either been exposed on land or collected through seafloor drilling.
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