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Paleohydrography of the Kuroshio-Kuroshio Extension based on fossil diatoms
JAMSTEC Report of Research and Development
The hydrographic history of the Kuroshio-Kuroshio Extension system east off Honshu during 200 thousand years was reconstructed based on high-resolution records of fossil diatoms in three cores recovered from the area beneath the Kuroshio Warm Core. The influences of the terrestrial environments are implicated in the fluctuations in number of diatom valves, and in relative abundances of extinct, freshwater and littoral diatom species; in the Kuroshio Extension off shore area extinct, freshwaterdoi:10.5918/jamstecr.1.57 fatcat:3ihl6uirnzdxnp6ksvabc6mjeq