What is it about?
We are testing the applicability of benthic Foraminifera assemblages to reconstruct past water depths using transfer functions.
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Why is it important?
Water depth reconstructions are complicated, and mostly based on easily disturbed proxies. By providing another method to reconstruct past water depths, future palaeooceanographic studies can be more reliable.
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This page is a summary of: Testing the applicability of a benthic foraminiferal-based transfer function for the reconstruction of paleowater depth changes in Rhodes (Greece) during the early Pleistocene, PLoS ONE, November 2017, PLOS, DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0188447.
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