A millennial scale planktonic foraminifer record of the mid-Pleistocene climate transition from the northern South China Sea, supplement to: Zheng, Fan; Li, Qianyu; Li, Baohua; Chen, Muhong; Tu, Xia; Tian, Jun; Jian, Zhimin (2005): A millennial scale planktonic foraminifer record of the mid-Pleistocene climate transition from the northern South China Sea. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology, 223(3-4), 349-363

Fan Zheng, Qianyu Li, Baohua Li, Muhong Chen, Xia Tu, Jun Tian & Zhimin Jian
A high resolution record (~1100 yr) of planktonic foraminifers from ODP Site 1144 in the northern South China Sea reveals rapid and strongly variable climatic changes during the mid-Pleistocene transition period. The abundance of warm water species decreased from an average of 60% in marine isotope stage (MIS) 29 to <40% at MIS 22, followed by a steady increase in cool water species toward younger intervals. Many deep dwelling, warm water species decreased to a...
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