History of the South Java Current over the past 80 ka
A sediment core located below the present South Java Current (SJC) was used to reconstruct paleoclimate and paleoceanography on the basis of biogenic and terrigenic proxy-records. The core spans the past 80 ka of environmental change and shows considerable contrasts from the glacial to the Holocene. Presently, the core site is situated beneath a seasonally varying low-salinity tongue which is advected from the Java Sea via the Sunda Strait. It carries terrigenous matter of a characteristic...[Show more]
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