Stable carbon and oxygen isotope ratios of foraminifera in surface sediments of the South China Sea, supplement to: Cheng, Xinrong; Huang, Baoqi; Jian, Zhimin; Zhao, Quanhong; Tian, Jun; Li, Jianru (2005): Foraminiferal isotopic evidence for monsoonal activity in the South China Sea: a present-LGM comparison. Marine Micropaleontology, 54(1-2), 125-139

Xinrong Cheng, Baoqi Huang, Zhimin Jian, Quanhong Zhao, Jun Tian & Jianru Li
The relationship between planktonic and benthic foraminiferal stable-isotope values and oceanographic conditions and factors controlling isotopic variations are discussed on the basis of oxygen and carbon isotopic analyses of 192 modern surface and Last Glacial Maximum (LGM) samples from the South China Sea (SCS). The harmonic variation of benthic delta18O in surface sediments with water depth and temperature implies that the temperature is the main factor influencing benthic delta18O variations. Planktonic delta18O fluctuates with sea...
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