Planktonic foraminiferal assemblages of DSDP Hole 75-532, supplement to: Oberhänsli, Hedi (1991): Upwelling signals at the northeastern Walvis Ridge during the past 500,000 years. Paleoceanography, 6(1), 53-71

Hedi Oberhänsli
Qualitative and quantitative analyses of planktonic foraminiferal assemblages from Deep Sea Drilling Project site 532 shed light on hydrographic changes over the Walvis Ridge during the past 500,000 years. From changes in distribution of foraminiferal assemblages, two major hydrographic regimes (coastal and geostrophic branches of the Benguela Current and the Angola Current) can be distinguished at site 532. It is suggested that the hydrographic situation on the northeastern Walvis Ridge was characterized by intensified upwelling...
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