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PLANKTONIC FORAMINIFERA DURING LATE QUATERNARY IN THE BENGAL BAY AND THEIR PALEOCEANOGRAPHIC IMPLICATIONS

Ding Xuan Fang Nianqiao Chen Xuefang(China University of Geosciences, Beijing, 100083)  
Core MD77190(87°49′06″E,07°41′00″N,water depth 3 800 m, core length 8m)is from the lower Bangal deep sea fan. Analyses of foraminifera, CaCO 3 content and oxygen isotope values from tests of Globorotalia menardii show that the changes of the planktonic foraminifera abundance, sea surface temperature, CaCO 3 content in this site over the last 130 ka are consistent with the climatic cycles during that time. The calcium carbonates content was high during the interglacital age but low during the glacial age. The reason of it is that large quantity of terrigenous detrital materals were brought into the abyssal and bethal zones, thus diluting the calcium carbonate deposits. The dissolution was slightly higher during the interglacial age than that during the glacial age. The reason of it is that in the glacial age high productivity increased the CaCO 3 sedimentary flux and large quantity importation of terrigenous detrital materials buried calcium test rapidly, this decreased chemical erosion.
【Fund】: 国家自然科学基金
【CateGory Index】: Q91
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