Oxygen and carbon stable isotope analysis on Globigerinoides ruber (white) in sediment core MD99-2203, Cape Hatteras

  • Caroline Cléroux (Contributor)
  • Maxime Debret (Contributor)
  • Elsa Cortijo (Contributor)
  • Jean-Claude Duplessy (Contributor)
  • Fabien Dewilde (Contributor)
  • John J.G. Reijmer (Contributor)
  • Nicolas Massei (Contributor)



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Supplemental Information: Depth in sediment is reconstructed: Three spaces with no sediment were created during coring between the depths:235-240 cm, 269-386 cm and 449-451 cm. Two radiocarbon measurements were performed on both sides of the main 'hole', i.e. at 268 cm and 387 cm. The difference between the 2 dates is 140 years (within 14C uncertainty), which confirms that the 'holes' were created during the coring (no sediment missing). Therefore a reconstructed Depth was created, where the sediment on each side of the 'holes' are joined. G. ruber specimens taken from the size fraction 250-315 µm.

Coverage: EVENT LABEL: MD99-2203 (408US) * LATITUDE: 34.973000 * LONGITUDE: -75.201000 * DATE/TIME: 1999-08-01T00:00:00 * ELEVATION: -620.0 m * Recovery: 38.05 m * LOCATION: Cape Hateras * CAMPAIGN: MD114 * BASIS: Marion Dufresne (1995) * METHOD/DEVICE: Calypso Corer
Date made available22 Feb 2012
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