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(Table 2) Raw counts of planktonic foraminiferal species and varieties from the sediment surface samples from the South China Sea

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DOI: 10.1594/pangaea.57584
  • Candeina Nitida
  • Counting >150 µM Fraction
  • Ctd/Rosette
  • Foraminifera
  • Planktic
  • Giant Box Corer
  • Gik/Ifg
  • Gik17920-1
  • Gik17921-1
  • Gik17928-1
  • Gik17929-1
  • Gik17930-1
  • Gik17931-1
  • Gik17932-1
  • Gik17933-2
  • Gik17934-1
  • Gik17935-1
  • Gik17937-1
  • Gik17938-1
  • Gik17939-1
  • Gik17940-1
  • Gik17941-1
  • Gik17942-1
  • Gik17943-1
  • Gik17944-1
  • Gik17945-1
  • Gik17948-1
  • Gik17949-1
  • Gik17950-1
  • Gik17951-1
  • Gik17952-2
  • Gik17954-1
  • Gik17955-1
  • Gik17957-1
  • Gik17958-1
  • Gik17959-1
  • Gik17960-1
  • Gik17961-1
  • Gik17962-1
  • Gik17963-2
  • Gik17964-1
  • Gik17965-1
  • Globigerina Bulloides
  • Globigerina Digitata
  • Globigerina Falconensis
  • Globigerina Rubescens
  • Globigerinella Aequilateralis
  • Globigerinella Calida
  • Globigerinoides Conglobatus
  • Globigerinoides Ruber
  • Globigerinoides Ruber Highspired
  • Globigerinoides Sacculifer Sac
  • Globigerinoides Tenellus
  • Globigerinoides Trilobus Trilobus
  • Globoquadrina Hexagona
  • Globorotalia Cavernula
  • Globorotalia Crassaformis
  • Globorotalia Hirsuta
  • Globorotalia Inflata
  • Globorotalia Menardii
  • Globorotalia Menardii Flexuosa
  • Globorotalia Scitula
  • Globorotalia Truncatulinoides Dextral
  • Globorotalia Truncatulinoides Sinistral
  • Globorotalia Tumida
  • Hastigerina Pelagica
  • Institute For Geosciences
  • Christian Albrechts University
  • Kiel
  • Monitor Monsun
  • Neogloboquadrina Dutertrei
  • Neogloboquadrina Pachyderma Dextral
  • Neogloboquadrina Pachyderma Dextral And Dutertrei Intergrade
  • Neogloboquadrina Pachyderma Sinistral
  • Orbulina Universa
  • Pulleniatina Obliquiloculata
  • So95
  • Sonne
  • South China Sea
  • Sphaeroidinella Dehiscens
  • Split
  • Law


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