Stable carbon and oxygen isotope ratios of foraminifera from North Atlantic sediments, supplement to: Duplessy, Jean-Claude (1982): North Atlantic deep water circulation during the last climate cycle. Bulletin de l'Institut de Geologie du Bassin d'Aquitaine, 31, 379-391

Jean-Claude Duplessy
Oxygen-18 records of benthic foraminifera from the Atlantic Ocean are significantly different from those of the Pacific and Indian Oceans indicating that the Glacial North Atlantic Deep Water was about 1.3°C cooler than today because different deep water sources appeared in the North Atlantic Ocean during glacial times. The present study seeks to interprete carbon-13 records of planktonic and benthic foraminifera as a tracer of the cycle of the CO2 dissolved in surface and deep...
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