Response of nannoplankton to major changes in sea-surface temperature at the South Chatham Rise, southeastern New Zealand, supplement to: Wells, Patricia; Okada, Hisatake (1997): Response of nannoplankton to major changes in sea-surface temperature and movements of hydrological fronts over Site DSDP 594 (south Chatham Rise, southeastern New Zealand), during the last 130 kyr. Marine Micropaleontology, 32(3-4), 341-363

Patricia Wells & Hisatake Okada
A high-resolution history of paleoceanographic changes in the subpolar waters of the southern margin of the Subtropical Convergence Zone during the last 130 kyr, is present in foraminiferal assemblages of DSDP Site 594. The foraminifera indicate that sea-surface temperatures during the Last Interglacial Climax were warmer than today, and that between substage 5d through to the end of isotope stage 2, temperatures were mostly cooler than Holocene temperatures. The paleotemperatures suggest that (1) the Subtropical...
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