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Heinrich event imprints in the Okinawa Trough: evidence from oxygen isotope and planktonic foraminifera
Planktonic foraminiferal faunas, oxygen isotope and modern analog technique sea surface temperature records were obtained in piston core DGKS9603 (28degrees08.869'N, 127degrees16.238'E, water depthExpand
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Distribution, sources and potential toxicological significance of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs) in surface soils of the Yellow River Delta, China.
PAH concentrations of 61 surface soil samples collected from the Yellow River Delta (YRD), China were measured to determine occurrence levels, sources, and potential toxicological significance ofExpand
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Radiolarian fauna in surface sediments of the northeastern East China Sea
Radiolarian abundance and species composition have been determined in 72 surface: sediment samples from the northeastern East China Sea. The results are compared with chemical and physical propertiesExpand
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Formation and evolution of the modern warm current system in the East China Sea and the Yellow Sea since the last deglaciation
To reconstruct the formation and evolution process of the warm current system within the East China Sea (ECS) and the Yellow Sea (YS) since the last deglaciation, the paleoceangraphic records in coreExpand
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The paleoclimatic events and cause in the Okinawa Trough during 50 kaBP
Planktonic foraminiferal δ18O record for core DGKS9603 from the Okinawa Trough shows a series of climatic fluctuations and sudden cooling events in short time scale during 50 kaBP, which appear toExpand
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Millennial-scale paleoceanography in Okinawa Trough during Late Quaternary period
Based on the analyses of foraminifer and accelerator mass spectrometer radiocarbon dating in DGKS9603 core from mid-Okinawa Trough close to bottom, oscillation curve, which expressed the relationExpand
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Holocene changes in detrital sediment supply to the eastern part of the central Yellow Sea and their forcing mechanisms
In this study, Holocene changes in the riverine, eolian, and erosional supplies to the eastern part of the central Yellow Sea (YS) and their forcing mechanisms were determined on the basis ofExpand
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Vast laminated diatom mat deposits from the west low-latitude Pacific Ocean in the last glacial period
Diatoms are one of the predominant contributors to global carbon fixation by accounting for over 40% of total oceanic primary production and dominate export production. They play a significant roleExpand
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Sea surface temperature reconstruction for the middle Okinawa Trough during the last glacial-interglacial cycle using C-37 unsaturated alkenones
C-37 unsaturated alkenones were analyzed on a core retrieved from the middle Okinawa Trough. The calculated U-37(K') displays a trend generally parallel with those of the oxygen isotopic compositionsExpand
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Evolution and variability of the East Asian summer monsoon during the Pliocene: Evidence from clay mineral records of the South China Sea
The Late Pliocene is thought to be characterized by the simultaneous intensification of both the East Asian winter monsoon (EAWM) and East Asian summer monsoon (EASM). However, the evolution of theExpand
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