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Dr. Antje Wegwerth - Publications

Wegwerth, A., Plessen, B., Kleinhanns, I.C., Arz, H. W. Black Sea hydroclimate and coupled hydrology was strongly controlled by high-latitude glacial climate dynamics. Communications Earth and Environment 2, 63 (2021).

 Nowaczyk, N. R., Jiabo, L., Plessen, B., Wegwerth, A., Arz, H. W. A high‐resolution paleosecular variation record for marine isotope stage 6 from Southeastern Black Sea sediments. Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth (2021), 126, e2020JB021350.

Czymzik, M., Nowaczyk, N. R., Dellwig, O., Wegwerth, A., Muscheler, R., Christl, M.,  Arz, H. W. Lagged atmospheric circulation response in the Black Sea region to Greenland Interstadial 10. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (2020) 117, 46,

Wegwerth, A., Kaiser, J., Dellwig, O., Arz, H. W. Impact of Eurasian Ice Sheet and North Atlantic climate dynamics on Black Sea temperature variability during the penultimate glacial (MIS 6, 130‐184 ka BP). Paleoceanography and Paleoclimatology (2020) 35, e2020PA003882.

Brüske, A., Weyer, S., Zhao, M.Y., Planavsky, N.J., Wegwerth, A., Neubert, N., Dellwig, O., Lau, K.V., Lyons, T.W. Correlated molybdenum and uranium isotope signatures in modern anoxic sediments: implications for their use as paleo-redox proxy. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta (2020) 270, 449-474

• Wegwerth, A., Dellwig, O., Wulf, S., Plessen, B., Kleinhanns, I.C., Nowaczyk, N.R., Jiabo, L., Arz, H.W. Major hydrological shifts in the Black Sea “Lake” in response to ice sheet collapses during MIS 6 (130-184 ka BP). Quaternary Science Reviews (2019) 219, 126-144

• Dellwig, O., Wegwerth, A., Schnetger, B., Schulz, H., Arz, H.W. Dissimilar behaviors of the geochemical twins W and Mo in hypoxic-euxinic marine basins. Earth-Science Reviews (2019) 193, 1-23

• Häusler, K., Dellwig, O., Schnetger, B., Feldens, P., Leipe, T., Moros, M., Pollehne, F., Schönke, M., Wegwerth, A., Arz, H.W. Massive Mn carbonate formation in the Landsort Deep (Baltic Sea): Hydrographic conditions, temporal succession, and Mn budget calculations. Marine Geology (2018) 395, 260-270

Wegwerth, A., Eckert, S., Dellwig, O., Schnetger, B., Severmann, S., Weyer, S., Brüske, A., Kaiser, J., Köster, J., Arz, H.W., Brumsack, H.-J. Redox evolution during Eemian and Holocene sapropel formation in the Black Sea. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology (2018) 489, 249-260

Wegwerth, A., Kaiser, J., Dellwig, O., Shumilovskikh, L.S., Nowaczyk, N.R., Arz, H.W. Northern hemisphere climate control on the environmental dynamics in the glacial Black Sea “Lake”. Quaternary Science Reviews (2016) 135, 41-53

Wegwerth, A., Ganopolski, A., Ménot, G., Kaiser, J., Dellwig, O., Bard, E., Lamy, F., and Arz, H.W. Black Sea temperature response to glacial millennial-scale climate variability. Geophysical Research Letters (2015) 42, 19, 8147-8154                                        

• Arz, H. W., Shumilovskikh, L. S., Wegwerth, A., Fleitmann, D., Behling, H. Environmental and Climate Dynamics During the Last Two Glacial Terminations and Interglacials in the Black Sea/Northern Anatolian Region. Integrated Analysis of Interglacial Climate Dynamics (INTERDYNAMIC). M. Schulz and A. Paul, Springer International Publishing, SpringerBriefs in Earth System Sciences, (2015), 121-126

Wegwerth, A., Dellwig, O., Kaiser, J., Ménot, G., Bard, E., Shumilovskikh, L., Schnetger, B., Kleinhanns, I.C., Wille, M., and Arz, H.W. Meltwater events and the Mediterranean reconnection at the Saalian-Eemian transition in the Black Sea. Earth and Planetary Science Letters (2014), 404, 124-135

• Shumilovskikh, L.S., Fleitmann, D., Nowaczyk, N., Behling, H., Marret, F., Wegwerth, A., Arz, H.W. Orbital- and millennial-scale environmental changes between 64 and 20 ka BP recorded in Black Sea sediments. Climate of the Past (2014), 10, 939-954

• Shumilovskikh, L. S., Arz, H.W., Wegwerth, A., Fleitmann, D., Marret, F., Nowaczyk, N., Tarasov, P., Behling, H., Vegetation and environmental changes in Northern Anatolia between 134 and 119 ka recorded in Black Sea sediments, Quaternary Research (2013), 80, 3, 349-360