Organic carbon accumulation in the equatorial Atlantic, supplement to: Wagner, Thomas (2000): Control of organic carbon accumulation in the late Quaternary Equatorial Atlantic (ODP Sites 664, 663): productivity versus terrigenous supply. Paleoceanography, 15(2), 181-199

Thomas Wagner
Organic geochemical records of the last 940 kyr are presented for equatorial Atlantic Ocean Drilling Program (ODP) sites 663 and 664 and discussed with regard to the development of ocean productivity and African paleoclimate. Proportions of marine and terrigenous organic matter (OM) are estimated from elemental, pyrolytic, isotopic, and petrologic data. Spectral analyses reveal a strong power at the eccentricity and obliquity band, indicating a close response of tropical organic sedimentation to the climatic evolution...
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