Thanks William, I included the Heinrich events in this little presentation here:
#17 on page 7.
The article is a good example of filling in the wide wide gap between data and blanks with scholar assumptions. The most important is the oceanic isotope - ice sheet volume hypothesis of Rutherford I believe. However when you check the numbers and the calculations, you're short a massive Siberian ice sheet, which did not exist at all.
Sea levels are much more complicated in the pulsating equator setting.