Sea surface temperatur reconstruction for ODP Site 108-662, supplement to: Karlin, K; Ruddiman, William F; McIntyre, Andrew (1989): Comparison of Late Pliocene and Late Pleistocene sea-surface temperatures in the equatorial Atlantic divergence. In: Ruddiman, W; Sarnthein, M; et al. (eds.), Proceedings of the Ocean Drilling Program, Scientific Results, College Station, TX (Ocean Drilling Program), 108, 187-210

K Karlin, William F Ruddiman & Andrew McIntyre
The record of planktonic foraminifer abundances at Site 662 during the late Pliocene (~1.7-2.1 Ma) was examined to determine variations in estimated sea-surface temperature (SST). We compared the results to SST estimates from a late Pleistocene record (~1.5-200 ka) from nearby piston core RC24-7. Within the primary orbital band (~20-100 k.y.), the cold-season responses of both equatorial Atlantic records are dominated by the precessional period, and the computed range of variability is quite similar. This...
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