Stable oxygen isotope records of different benthic foraminiferal species of core GeoB3004-1 from the western Arabian Sea, supplement to: Schmiedl, Gerhard; Mackensen, Andreas (2006): Multispecies stable isotopes of benthic foraminifers reveal past changes of organic matter decomposition and deepwater oxygenation in the Arabian Sea. Paleoceanography, 21(4), PA4213

Gerhard Schmiedl & Andreas Mackensen
The stable isotope composition of one epifaunal and three infaunal benthic foraminiferal species of a sediment core from 1800 m water depth of the western Arabian Sea was determined to evaluate deepwater oxygenation, organic matter remineralization, and early diagenetic processes during the past 190,000 years. The d18O records reveal species-specific metabolic effects, susceptibility to changes in carbonate ion concentration, and supralysoclinal calcite dissolution. The foraminiferal d13C records reveal changes in the stable carbon isotope gradients...
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