Micropaleontology and stable isotope record of ODP Hole 178-1098C, supplement to: Osterman, Lisa Ellen; Poore, Richard Z; Barron, John A (2001): Climate variability of the Holocene, Site 1098, Palmer Deep, Antarctica. In: Barker, PF; Camerlenghi, A; Acton, GD; Ramsay, ATS (eds.) Proceedings of the Ocean Drilling Program, Scientific Results, College Station, TX (Ocean Drilling Program), 178, 1-45

Lisa Ellen Osterman, Richard Z Poore & John A Barron
Detailed study of four Holocene sediment intervals from Ocean Drilling Program Site 1098 (Palmer Deep, Antarctic Peninsula) reveals that in situ dissolution of calcareous foraminifers in the core repository has significantly altered and in some cases eliminated calcareous foraminifers. Despite dissolution, the foraminifer and supporting diatom data show that the most open-ocean and reduced sea-ice conditions occurred in the early Holocene. The influence of Circumpolar Deep Water was greatest during the early Holocene but continued...
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