Monsoon forcing, hydrodynamics of the Kuroshio Current, and tectonic effects on sedimentary carbon and sulfur cycling in the Okinawa Trough since 90 ka
Monsoon forcing and hydrodynamic effects controlled carbon and sulfur biogeochemistry over the last 90 ka in a 43-m core from the Okinawa Trough (OT). Total organic carbon (TOC) contents co-vary with summer insolation at 30°N suggesting monsoon forcing o
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