Benthic and planktonic foraminifera of sediment core GIK17957-2, supplement to: Jian, Zhimin; Wang, Pinxian; Chen, Min-Te; Li, Bill; Zhao, Q H; Bühring, Christian; Laj, Carlo E; Lin, Hui-Ling; Pflaumann, Uwe; Bian, Y; Wang, Rujian; Cheng, Xinrong (2000): Foraminiferal responses to major Pleistocene paleoceanographic changes in the southern South China Sea. Paleoceanography, 15(2), 229-243

Zhimin Jian, Pinxian Wang, Min-Te Chen, Bill Li, Q H Zhao, Christian Bühring, Carlo E Laj, Hui-Ling Lin, Uwe Pflaumann, Y Bian, Rujian Wang & Xinrong Cheng
A detailed age model for core 17957-2 of the southern South China Sea was developed based on delta18O, coarse fraction, magnetostratigraphy, and biostratigraphy for the last 1500 kyr. The delta18O record has clear ~100-kyr cycles after the Mid-Pleistocene Revolution (MPR) at the entrance of marine isotopic stage (MIS) 22. Planktonic foraminifera responded to the MPR immediately, showing the increased sea surface temperature (SST) and dissolution after the MPR. Benthic foraminifera did not respond to it...
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