Carbon and carbonate concentrations of recent and Pleistocene sediments of the Norwegian-Greenland Sea, supplement to: Huber, Robert; Meggers, Helge; Baumann, Karl-Heinz; Henrich, Rüdiger (2000): Recent and Pleistocene carbonate dissolution in sediments of the Norwegian-Greenland Sea. Marine Geology, 165(1-4), 123-136

Robert Huber, Helge Meggers, Karl-Heinz Baumann & Rüdiger Henrich
Surface sediment samples from the Norwegian-Greenland Sea were investigated to reconstruct the spatial distribution of recent carbonate dissolution on the seafloor. Additionally, carbonate dissolution records of Ocean Drilling Program sites 985 and 987 are presented to outline the development of Pleistocene carbonate preservation.Today, well-preserved carbonate tests can be observed along the inflow of warm Atlantic surface water, extending as far as into the northernmost Norwegian-Greenland Sea. Increased dissolution is indicated along the continental margins and...
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