The Late Quaternary evolution of water masses in the eastern Indian Ocean between Australia and Indonesia, based on benthic foraminifera faunal and carbon isotopes analyses
Benthic foraminifera and carbon isotopes from closely spaced samples taken from three deep-sea cores were analysed to reconstruct the palaeoceanographic evolution of the eastern Indian Ocean for the last 30 kyrs, with an extension back to 60 kyrs based
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