Benthic foraminiferal stable isotope record for the equatorial Pacific, supplement to: Edgar, Kirsty M; Pälike, Heiko; Wilson, Paul A (2013): Testing the impact of diagenesis on the d18O and d13C of benthic foraminiferal calcite from a sediment burial depth transect in the equatorial pacific. Paleoceanography, 28(3), 468-480

Kirsty M Edgar, Heiko Pälike & Paul A Wilson
Stable oxygen and carbon isotope (d18O and d13C) values measured in foraminiferal calcite are one of the primary tools used in paleoceanography. Diagenetic recrystallization of foraminiferal calcite can act to reset primary isotopic values, but its effects are typically poorly quantified. Here we test the impact of early stage diagenesis on stable isotope records generated from a suite of drill sites in the equatorial Pacific Ocean recovered during Ocean Drilling Program Leg 199 and Integrated...
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