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Kostygov, Sergey; Kandiano, Evgenia S; Bauch, Henning A (2010): Assemblage of benthic foraminifera in sediment core GIK23414-8. PANGAEA, https://doi.org/10.1594/PANGAEA.741885, Supplement to: Kostygov, S et al. (2010): Reconstruction of deepwater conditions in the North Atlantic during MIS 9 based on benthic foraminiferal assemblages. Translated from Okeanologiya, 2010, 50(3), 429-439, Oceanology, 50(3), 397-407, https://doi.org/10.1134/S0001437010030094

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Abstract:
Marine isotope stage (MIS) 9 is one of the least investigated Pleistocene interglaciations. The present study describes reconstructions of deepwater conditions during this time interval based on benthic foraminiferal assemblages from sediment core M23414 (Rockall Plateau, North Atlantic). The results of faunal analysis were supported by planktic d18O, sea surface temperature reconstructions based on planktic foraminiferal assemblages and content of ice rafted debris. Statistical data processing using principal component analysis revealed five climaterelated benthic foraminiferal associations that changed in response to alterations of deepwater circulation.
Coverage:
Latitude: 53.538330 * Longitude: -20.291660
Date/Time Start: 1991-08-22T00:00:00 * Date/Time End: 1991-08-22T00:00:00
Minimum DEPTH, sediment/rock: 9.383 m * Maximum DEPTH, sediment/rock: 10.240 m
Event(s):
GIK23414-8 (M23414) * Latitude: 53.538330 * Longitude: -20.291660 * Date/Time: 1991-08-22T00:00:00 * Elevation: -2199.0 m * Recovery: 13.79 m * Location: North Atlantic * Campaign: M17/2 * Basis: Meteor (1986) * Device: Gravity corer (Kiel type) (SL)
Parameter(s):
#NameShort NameUnitPrincipal InvestigatorMethodComment
1DEPTH, sediment/rockDepthmGeocode
2SplitSplitKostygov, Sergeysplit
3Bulimina spp.Bulimina spp.%Kostygov, SergeyCounting >150 µm fraction
4Bolivina sp.Bolivina sp.%Kostygov, SergeyCounting >150 µm fraction
5Cassidulina teretisC. teretis%Kostygov, SergeyCounting >150 µm fraction
6Cibicidoides mundulusC. mundulus%Kostygov, SergeyCounting >150 µm fraction
7Cibicidoides wuellerstorfiC. wuellerstorfi%Kostygov, SergeyCounting >150 µm fraction
8Cibicides sp.Cibicides sp.%Kostygov, SergeyCounting >150 µm fraction
9Eggerella bradyiE. bradyi%Kostygov, SergeyCounting >150 µm fraction
10Epistominella exiguaE. exigua%Kostygov, SergeyCounting >150 µm fraction
11Fissurina spp.Fissurina spp.%Kostygov, SergeyCounting >150 µm fraction
12Globocassidulina subglobosaG. subglobosa%Kostygov, SergeyCounting >150 µm fraction
13Gyroidina neosoldaniiG. neosoldanii%Kostygov, SergeyCounting >150 µm fraction
14Karreriella sp.Karreriella sp.%Kostygov, SergeyCounting >150 µm fraction
15Laticarinina pauperataL. pauperata%Kostygov, SergeyCounting >150 µm fraction
16Melonis barleeanusM. barleeanus%Kostygov, SergeyCounting >150 µm fraction
17Melonis pompilioidesM. pompilioides%Kostygov, SergeyCounting >150 µm fraction
18Oridorsalis umbonatusO. umbonatus%Kostygov, SergeyCounting >150 µm fraction
19Pullenia bulloidesP. bulloides%Kostygov, SergeyCounting >150 µm fraction
20Pullenia quinquelobaP. quinqueloba%Kostygov, SergeyCounting >150 µm fraction
21Pullenia spp.Pullenia spp.%Kostygov, SergeyCounting >150 µm fraction
22Pyrgo spp.Pyrgo spp.%Kostygov, SergeyCounting >150 µm fraction
23Quinqueloculina sp.Quinqueloculina sp.%Kostygov, SergeyCounting >150 µm fraction
24Sigmoilopsis schlumbergeriS. schlumbergeri%Kostygov, SergeyCounting >150 µm fraction
25Textularia sp.Textularia sp.%Kostygov, SergeyCounting >150 µm fraction
26Triloculina tricarinataT. tricarinata%Kostygov, SergeyCounting >150 µm fraction
27Uvigerina peregrinaU. peregrina%Kostygov, SergeyCounting >150 µm fraction
28Foraminifera, benthic indeterminataForam bent indet%Kostygov, SergeyCounting >150 µm fraction
Size:
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