Oxygen isotope fluctuation pattern between 19 and 8 Ma re-calculated on the basis of Cande and Kent's (1995) geomagnetic polarity time scale

Author(s): Takahashi, Masaki
Author Affiliation(s): Primary:
Geological Survey of Japan/AIST, Institute of Geoscience, Ibaraki, Japan
Volume Title: Sekiyu Gijutsu Kyokaishi Journal of the Japanese Association of Petroleum Technology
Source: Sekiyu Gijutsu Kyokaishi = Journal of the Japanese Association of Petroleum Technology, 69(1), p.83-93. Publisher: Sekiyu Gijutsu Kyokai, Tokyo, Japan. ISSN: 0370-9868 CODEN: SGKYAO
Note: In Japanese. 28 refs.; illus., incl. 1 table, charts
Summary: Oxygen isotope fluctuation history of the DSDP Site 608 (North Atlantic) was re-calculated on the basis of Cande and Kent's (1995) geomagnetic polarity time scale (GPTS). The newest biostratigraphic biohorizons of planktonic foraminifera and calcareous nannofossils were combined with magnetic reversals of the DSDP Site 608 core to determine the suitable correlation of the magnetostratigraphy with newest GPTS model. The each oxygen isotope event became somewhat older than previous estimations of Miller et al. (1991 b). Direct relationship between the oxygen isotope fluctuation pattern and integrated magneto-biostratigraphic time scale is presented through this work.
Year of Publication: 2004
Research Program: DSDP Deep Sea Drilling Project
IPOD International Phase of Ocean Drilling
Key Words: 03 Geochronology; 12 Stratigraphy, Historical Geology and Paleoecology; Algae; Atlantic Ocean; Biostratigraphy; Cenozoic; Chemostratigraphy; DSDP Site 608; Deep Sea Drilling Project; Fluctuations; Foraminifera; Geochemistry; IPOD; Invertebrata; Isotope ratios; Isotopes; Leg 94; Magnetization; Magnetostratigraphy; Microfossils; Miocene; Nannofossils; Natural remanent magnetization; Neogene; North Atlantic; O-18/O-16; Oxygen; Paleomagnetism; Patterns; Plantae; Protista; Remanent magnetization; Stable isotopes; Tertiary
Coordinates: N425012 N425013 W0230515 W0230515
Record ID: 2004053308
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