Deep Pacific storage of respired carbon during the last ice age: Perspectives from bottom water oxygen reconstructions

A.W. Jacobel, R.F. Anderson, S. L. Jaccard, J.F. McManus, F.J. Pavia & G. Winckler
Reconstructions of past changes in dissolved oxygen concentrations in the abyssal ocean are of interest to paleoceanographers because of their potential to help characterize and quantify the transfer of carbon between the atmosphere and the deep ocean. This potential, derived from the stoichiometric relation- ship between oxygen consumption and the regeneration of organic matter, has recently been expanded by compilations of core top observations for two proxies: the d13C gradient between coeval infaunal and epifaunal...
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