Distribution of Uvigerina proboscidea in Late Neogene sediments of DSDP Hole 22-214 in the northern Indian Ocean (Table 1), supplement to: Gupta, Anil K; Srinivasan, M S (1992): Uvigerina proboscidea abundances and paleoceanography of the northern Indian Ocean DSDP Site 214 during the Late Neogene. Marine Micropaleontology, 19(4), 355-367

Anil K Gupta & M S Srinivasan
This study attempts to understand the significance of Uvigerina proboscidea in paleoceanographic reconstructions at the northern (tropical) Indian Ocean DSDP Site 214 from the Late Miocene through the Pleistocene. In this interval at this site, U. proboscidea is the most abundant species of the benthic assemblage and shows abrupt frequency changes (about 1-74%). Based on relative percentages of U. proboscidea calibrated with oxygen and carbon isotope record and the sediment accumulation rates, the modern distribution...
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