A late Quaternary planktonic foraminifer faunal record of rapid climatic changes of sediment core GIK17938-2, supplement to: Chen, Min-Te; Wang, Chung-Ho; Huang, Chi-Yue; Wang, Pinxian; Wang, Luejiang; Sarnthein, Michael (1999): A late Quaternary planktonic foraminifer faunal record of rapid climatic changes from the South China Sea. Marine Geology, 156(1-4), 85-108

Min-Te Chen, Chung-Ho Wang, Chi-Yue Huang, Pinxian Wang, Luejiang Wang & Michael Sarnthein
A high-resolution planktonic foraminifer record from a core recovered from the South China Sea (SCS) (Sonne 17938-2: 19°47.2'N, 117° 32.3E; 2840 m; Delta t c. 250-1000 years) shows rapid millennial-scale changes in the western Pacific marginal sea climate during the last 30,000 years. The SCS is the largest western Pacific marginal sea off the southeast Asian continent, the area today dominated by seasonal monsoon changes. Quantitative analyses of planktonic foraminifer faunal abundance data frorn the...
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