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Possible linkage between the long-eccentricity marine carbon cycle and the deep-Pacific circulation: Western equatorial Pacific benthic foraminifera evidences of the last 4 Ma
Dang, Haowen; Peng, Nana; Ma, Xiaolin1; Wan, Sui2; Jian, Zhimin
2020
Source PublicationMARINE MICROPALEONTOLOGY
ISSN1872-6186
Volume155Pages:101797
AbstractThe similar to 400-kyr period of marine carbon isotope records, in concert with the long eccentricity cycle, is a meaningful signature of the global carbon cycle, and this period was prolonged to similar to 500 kyr in the last similar to 1.6 Ma. The cause of the elongation of the long-eccentricity carbon cycle at similar to 1.6 Ma has not been fully understood, partly due to the conundrum of its relationship to changes in the circulation of deep-water masses. In this study, we present the benthic foraminifera delta C-13 and delta O-18 and the relative abundances of selected benthic foraminifera, from the upper similar to 80 m of Site U1489 of IODP Expedition 363. First, we established an age model for our samples, covering the last 4 Ma, based on the correlation of benthic foraminifera delta O-18 to the LR04 global stack as well as ship-board magneto-stratigraphy. Then we compared the delta O-18 and delta C-13 between Cibicidoides and Uvigerina to reconfirm the inter-genus isotopic adjustments. The coarse fraction, benthic foraminifera delta C-13 and the abundances of selected benthic species/genera show detectable 400-500 kyr cycles, with minimal coarse fraction and maximal delta C-13 around eccentricity minima. The variations in the relative abundances of selected benthic foraminifera, especially Favocassidulina favus, and the comparisons among deep-Pacific delta C-13 records, reveal a shift to a more sluggish mode of Pacific deep-water circulation occurring coincidently at similar to 1.6 Ma. Therefore, it may be implied that the lengthening of the long-term delta C-13 cycle at similar to 1.6 Ma is linked to a deep Pacific circulation change that prolonged the cycling of carbon in the ocean.
DepartmentOMG
KeywordLong eccentricity cycle Carbon cycle Pacific deep circulation Pliocene Pleistocene
DOI10.1016/j.marmicro.2019.101797
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Document Type期刊论文
Identifierhttp://ir.scsio.ac.cn/handle/344004/18577
Collection中科院边缘海地质重点实验室
Affiliation1.Tongji Univ, State Key Lab Marine Geol, Shanghai, Peoples R China
2.Chinese Acad Sci, Inst Earth Environm, State Key Lab Loess & Quaternary Geol, Xian, Peoples R China
3.Chinese Acad Sci, South China Sea Inst Oceanol, CAS Key Lab Ocean & Marginal Sea Geol, Guangzhou, Peoples R China
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Dang, Haowen,Peng, Nana,Ma, Xiaolin,et al. Possible linkage between the long-eccentricity marine carbon cycle and the deep-Pacific circulation: Western equatorial Pacific benthic foraminifera evidences of the last 4 Ma[J]. MARINE MICROPALEONTOLOGY,2020,155:101797.
APA Dang, Haowen,Peng, Nana,Ma, Xiaolin,Wan, Sui,&Jian, Zhimin.(2020).Possible linkage between the long-eccentricity marine carbon cycle and the deep-Pacific circulation: Western equatorial Pacific benthic foraminifera evidences of the last 4 Ma.MARINE MICROPALEONTOLOGY,155,101797.
MLA Dang, Haowen,et al."Possible linkage between the long-eccentricity marine carbon cycle and the deep-Pacific circulation: Western equatorial Pacific benthic foraminifera evidences of the last 4 Ma".MARINE MICROPALEONTOLOGY 155(2020):101797.
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