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Table_A1.xlsapplication/unknown251KExcel file. Complete faunal list of benthic foraminifera for core. MD02-2503. Provides raw count data for each species counted in each core and displayed in Figures.
Table_A2.xlsapplication/unknown152KExcel file. Complete faunal list of benthic foraminifera for core. MD02-2504. Provides raw count data for each species counted in each core and displayed in Figures.
Table_A3.xlsapplication/unknown45KExcel file. Benthic foraminiferal reference list. Provides literature reference for each species counted in census.
Table_A4.xlsapplication/unknown36KExcel file. Classification of dissolved oxygen index based on benthic foraminiferal species, with citations.
Table_A5.xlsapplication/unknown75KExcel file. Three worksheets with variance, loadings and scores of Principal Component Analysis of benthic foraminifera from cores MD02-2503 and MD02-2504.
Figure_A1.pdfPDF document352Kpdf file. Core depth changes in relative percent abundances of 17 benthic foraminiferal taxa in cores MD02-2503 and MD02-2504. Black lines indicate graphical correlation of benthic foraminiferal abundances.
Figure_A2.pdfPDF document1701Kpdf file. Time-series changes in relative percent abundances of 22 benthic foraminiferal species, bulk weight % total organic carbon (TOC), and % silt in siliciclastic fraction (grain size) in late Quaternary core MD02-2503 from basin floor for last 34 kyr. Climatic intervals indicated as L. Holocene: Late Holocene; M. Holocene: Middle Holocene; E. Holocene: Early Holocene; PB: Pre-Boreal warming of earliest Holocene; B/A: Bølling-Allerød warming; preB: pre-Bølling warming; H1: Heinrich cold event 1; LGM: Last Glacial Maximum, and IS: Interstadial warm episodes 6 through 2.
Figure_A3.pdfPDF document1222Kpdf file. Time-series changes in relative percent abundances of 22 benthic foraminiferal species (not identical list with that in Figure 4), bulk weight % total organic carbon (TOC), and % silt in siliciclastic fraction (grain size) in late Quaternary core MD02-2504 from sill depth for last 24 kyr. Abbreviations as in Figure 2.
Figure_A4.pdfPDF document339Kpdf file. Blackman-Tukey power spectra for % Dysoxic species for 12 ka to 0 ka for (a) MD02-2503 and (b) MD02-2504.
Figure_A5.pdfPDF document287Kpdf file. Numbers of counted specimens of both benthic and planktic foraminifera in samples over earliest Holocene Pre-Boreal warm episode between 11 and 12.2 ka in core MD02-2503. Presence of abundant planktic foraminifera over much of this interval indicates that near absence or scarcity of benthic foraminifera resulted from ecological exclusion (extreme dysoxia) rather than poor preservation. Black bar shows the beginning of sedimentary lamination corresponding the Pre-Boreal.
Figure_A6.pdfPDF document198Kpdf file. Schematic diagrams of reconstructed oxygen minimum zone (OMZ) fluctuations in Santa Barbara region of northeastern Pacific margin based depth transect of cores ODP 1017 (955 m), MD02-2503 (569 m) and MD02-2504 (481 m). OMZ was most strongly developed during warm episodes representing the B/A, earliest Holocene Pre-Boreal and interstadials; and absent to near absent during stadials including the deglacial interval equivalent to H1.
text01.docxWord 2007 document238Ktext01.docx. Word file. Detailed description of foraminiferal census and sedimentological methods and a detailed discussion of species occurrence in both cores through time.
README_File_2012PA002340RR.rtfWord 2007 document6Ksupporting information

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