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von Rad, Ulrich; Schulz, Hartmut; Riech, Volkher; den Dulk, Marieke; Berner, Ulrich; Sirocko, Frank (1999): Relative abundance of benthic foraminifera in sediment core SO90-137KA. PANGAEA, https://doi.org/10.1594/PANGAEA.63046, In supplement to: von Rad, U et al. (1999): Multiple monsoon-controlled breakdown of oxygen-minimum conditions during the past 30,000 years documented in laminated sediment off Pakistan. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology, 152(1-2), 129-161, https://doi.org/10.1016/S0031-0182(99)00042-5

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Coverage:
Latitude: 23.121000 * Longitude: 66.496000
Date/Time Start: 1993-09-22T00:00:00 * Date/Time End: 1993-09-22T00:00:00
Minimum DEPTH, sediment/rock: 0.450 m * Maximum DEPTH, sediment/rock: 9.450 m
Event(s):
SO90_137KA * Latitude: 23.121000 * Longitude: 66.496000 * Date/Time: 1993-09-22T00:00:00 * Elevation: -573.0 m * Recovery: 9.95 m * Location: Arabian Sea * Campaign: SO90 (PAKOMIN) * Basis: Sonne * Method/Device: Kasten corer (KAL)
Parameter(s):
#NameShort NameUnitPrincipal InvestigatorMethod/DeviceComment
1DEPTH, sediment/rockDepthmGeocode
2Agglutinant spp.Agglutinant spp.%den Dulk, MariekeCounting >125 µm fraction
3Bolivina alataB. alata%den Dulk, MariekeCounting >125 µm fraction
4Bolivina dilatataB. dilatata%den Dulk, MariekeCounting >125 µm fraction
5Bolivina seminudaB. seminuda%den Dulk, MariekeCounting >125 µm fraction
6Bulimina exilisB. exilis%den Dulk, MariekeCounting >125 µm fraction
7Bulimina marginataB. marginata%den Dulk, MariekeCounting >125 µm fraction
8Bulimina sp.Bulimina sp.%den Dulk, MariekeCounting >125 µm fraction
9Bulimina striataB. striata%den Dulk, MariekeCounting >125 µm fraction
10Cassidulina bradyiC. bradyi%den Dulk, MariekeCounting >125 µm fraction
11Cassidulina carinataC. carinata%den Dulk, MariekeCounting >125 µm fraction
12Cassidulina subglobosaC. subglobosa%den Dulk, MariekeCounting >125 µm fraction
13Chilostomella oolinaC. oolina%den Dulk, MariekeCounting >125 µm fraction
14Cibicides pseudoungerianusC. pseudoungerianus%den Dulk, MariekeCounting >125 µm fraction
15Coryphostoma sp.Coryphostoma sp.%den Dulk, MariekeCounting >125 µm fraction
16Ehrenbergina pacificaE. pacifica%den Dulk, MariekeCounting >125 µm fraction
17Gyroidina orbicularisG. orbicularis%den Dulk, MariekeCounting >125 µm fraction
18Globobulimina affinisG. affinis%den Dulk, MariekeCounting >125 µm fraction
19Globobulimina spp.Globobulimina spp.%den Dulk, MariekeCounting >125 µm fraction
20Hanzawaia boueanaH. boueana%den Dulk, MariekeCounting >125 µm fraction
21Hyalinea balthicaH. balthica%den Dulk, MariekeCounting >125 µm fraction
22LagenidaeLagenidae%den Dulk, MariekeCounting >125 µm fraction
23Osangularia culterO. culter%den Dulk, MariekeCounting >125 µm fraction
24Pullenia quinquelobaP. quinqueloba%den Dulk, MariekeCounting >125 µm fraction
25Quadrata bolivinaQ. bolivina%den Dulk, MariekeCounting >125 µm fraction
26Robulus spp.Robulus spp.%den Dulk, MariekeCounting >125 µm fraction
27Foraminifera, benthic shallow water speciesForam bent shal%den Dulk, MariekeCounting >125 µm fraction
28Sphaeroidina bulloidesS. bulloides%den Dulk, MariekeCounting >125 µm fraction
29Spiroplectammina spp.Spiroplectammina spp.%den Dulk, MariekeCounting >125 µm fraction
30Textularia spp.Textularia spp.%den Dulk, MariekeCounting >125 µm fraction
31Trifarina angulosaT. angulosa%den Dulk, MariekeCounting >125 µm fraction
32Tritaxia tricarinataT. tricarinata%den Dulk, MariekeCounting >125 µm fraction
33Uvigerina peregrinaU. peregrina%den Dulk, MariekeCounting >125 µm fraction
34MiliolidaeMiliolid%den Dulk, MariekeCounting >125 µm fraction
35Factor 1PC1den Dulk, MariekeCounting >125 µm fraction
36Factor 2PC2den Dulk, MariekeCounting >125 µm fraction
37Diversity, simpleDiversity simpden Dulk, MariekeCounting >125 µm fraction
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