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The impact of salinity on the Mg/Ca and Sr/Ca ratio in the benthic foraminifera Ammonia tepida: Results from culture experiments
Over the last decade, sea surface temperature (SST) reconstructed from the Mg/Ca ratio of foraminiferal calcite has increasingly been used, in combination with the δ18O signal measured on the sameExpand
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Faunal responses to oxygen gradients on the Pakistan margin: A comparison of foraminiferans, macrofauna and megafauna
The Pakistan Margin is characterised by a strong mid-water oxygen minimum zone (OMZ) that intercepts the seabed at bathyal depths (150–1300 m). We investigated whether faunal abundance and diversityExpand
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Impact of seawater pCO2 on calcification and Mg/Ca and Sr/Ca ratios in benthic foraminifera calcite: results from culturing experiments with Ammonia tepida
Abstract. Evidence of increasing concentrations of dissolved carbon dioxide, especially in the surface ocean and its associated impacts on calcifying organisms, is accumulating. Among theseExpand
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Li/Mg systematics in scleractinian corals: Calibration of the thermometer
We show that the Li/Mg systematics of a large suite of aragonitic coral skeletons, representing a wide range of species inhabiting disparate environments, provides a robust proxy for ambient seawaterExpand
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A core‐top study of dissolution effect on B/Ca in Globigerinoides sacculifer from the tropical Atlantic: Potential bias for paleo‐reconstruction of seawater carbonate chemistry
It has been recently shown that B/Ca in planktonic foraminiferal calcite can be used as a proxy for seawater pH. Based on the study of surface sediments (multi-cores) retrieved along a depthExpand
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Corals record long-term Leeuwin current variability including Ningaloo Niño/Niña since 1795
Variability of the Leeuwin current (LC) off Western Australia is a footprint of interannual and decadal climate variations in the tropical Indo-Pacific. La Niña events often result in a strengthenedExpand
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Primary Life Stage Boron Isotope and Trace Elements Incorporation in Aposymbiotic Acropora millepora Coral under Ocean Acidification and Warming
Early-life stages of reef-building corals are vital to coral existence and reef maintenance. It is therefore crucial to study juvenile coral response to future climate change pressures. Moreover,Expand
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Light and temperature effects on δ 11 B and B / Ca ratios of the zooxanthellate coral Acropora sp.: results from culturing experiments
Abstract. The boron isotopic composition (δ 11 B) of marine carbonates (e.g. corals) is increasingly utilised as a proxy for paleo-pH, with the strong correlation between δ 11 B of marine calcifiersExpand
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Microstructural evolution and nanoscale crystallography in scleractinian coral spherulites.
One of the most important aspects in the research on reef-building corals is the process by which corals accrete biogenic calcium carbonate. This process leads to the formation of a mineral/organicExpand
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Effect of the fluorescent indicator calcein on Mg and Sr incorporation into foraminiferal calcite
[1] The development of particular analytical methods like laser ablation–inductively coupled plasma–mass spectrometry (LA-ICP-MS) renders it possible to determine the composition of a single chamberExpand
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