Magnetic minerals in Mid-Pleistocene sediments on the Caiwei Guyot, Northwest Pacific and their response to the Mid-Brunhes climate event

Liang Yi Haifeng Wang Geng Liu Yanping Chen Huiqiang Yao Xiguang Deng

Liang Yi, Haifeng Wang, Geng Liu, Yanping Chen, Huiqiang Yao, Xiguang Deng. Magnetic minerals in Mid-Pleistocene sediments on the Caiwei Guyot, Northwest Pacific and their response to the Mid-Brunhes climate event[J]. Acta Oceanologica Sinica. doi: 10.1007/s13131-021-1872-5
Citation: Liang Yi, Haifeng Wang, Geng Liu, Yanping Chen, Huiqiang Yao, Xiguang Deng. Magnetic minerals in Mid-Pleistocene sediments on the Caiwei Guyot, Northwest Pacific and their response to the Mid-Brunhes climate event[J]. Acta Oceanologica Sinica. doi: 10.1007/s13131-021-1872-5

doi: 10.1007/s13131-021-1872-5

Magnetic minerals in Mid-Pleistocene sediments on the Caiwei Guyot, Northwest Pacific and their response to the Mid-Brunhes climate event

Funds: The Natural Science Foundation of Shanghai under contract No. 19ZR1459800; the Key Special Project for Introduced Talents Team of Southern Marine Science and Engineering Guangdong Laboratory (Guangzhou) under contract No. GML2019ZD0106; the Project of Global Changing and Air-sea Interaction under contract No. GASI-GEOGE-04.
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  • Figure  1.  Schematic map showing the study area and oceanographic setting. The flow passing through the seamount and a Taylor column was observed based on the data obtained by the conductivity temperature and depth instrument (CTD) and mooring system (Guo et al., 2020). The flows were modified from previous works (Guo et al., 2020; Kawabe and Fujio, 2010; Zhai and Gu, 2020). Reference sites were mentioned or discussed in the main text.

    Figure  2.  Core MABC-11 with the age-depth model during the middle Pleistocene. a. The excess 230Th data and the estimated SAR for the upper part (Yang et al., 2020); b. photo of the core; c–e. ChRM declination and inclination, with the polarity of core MABC-11 (Yi et al., 2021); f. the geological polarity timescale (GPTS) (Hilgen et al., 2012), and g–h. comparison between element Ca of core MABC-11 and the benthic δ18O stack LR04 (Lisiecki and Raymo, 2005) on glacial-interglacial timescales, inferring a higher level of marine productivity in the Caiwei Guyot during interglacial intervals (Yi et al., 2021). B: Brunhes chron; M: Matuyama chron; J: Jaramillo subchron; M/B: the Matuyama/Brunhes boundary.

    Figure  3.  Some basic information of the sediments of core MABC–11. a–b. Sediment grain-size distributions, c. REE distribution patterns of the sediments of core MABC–11 (this study) and the sediments of core MABC–25 and water columns close to the Caiwei Guyot (Deng et al., 2017), and d. box plot of clay minerals in the sediments of core MABC–11. PDF: probability density function, CDF: cumulative distribution function Sme, smectite, Kln: kaolinite, Chl: chlorite.

    Figure  4.  Changes in magnetic parameters of core MABC-11.

    Figure  5.  Relationship between magnetic parameters of core MABC-11.

    Figure  6.  Rock magnetism of representative samples of core MABC–11. a. Hysteresis loop of one sample in original (dash line) and calibrated (solid line) forms, and other samples were not shown due to the high similarity; the standard deviation of Bcr values is 1.87 × 106; b. day plot of 17 selected samples; SD, single domain; PSD, pseudo–single domain; MD, multiple domain; c. IRM curves of 17 selected samples; and d–g. FORC diagrams and ZFCs with their derivatives of two samples (25 cm and 45 cm in depth, respectively).

    Figure  7.  Comparison of various environmental proxies in the middle Pleistocene (210–820 ka). a. the benthic δ18O stack LR04 (Lisiecki and Raymo, 2005), vs. the element Ca of core MABC-11 (Yi et al., 2021); MIS, marine isotope stages, which are labelled as numbers 7–19 on the top; b. the modelled Antarctic ice volume (AIS) (Pollard and DeConto, 2009), vs. the Circumpolar Deep Water (CDW) inferred from the gradient of δ13C record of ODP Sites 1088 and 1090 (Hodell and Venz-Curtis, 2006); c. three magnetic parameters (χARM, χARM/χ, and χARM/SIRM) of core MABC-11 derived in this study, vs. the EPICA Dome C ice core CO2 (Lüthi et al., 2008); d. the planktonic δ13C of western Pacific ODP Site 806 (Berger et al., 1993) and eastern Pacific ODP Site 849 (Mix et al., 1995); and e. Stack grain size (MGS) and magnetic susceptibility (MS) of Chinese Loess Plateau (Sun et al., 2006).

    Table  1.   REE contents of core MABC–11

    ElementREE contents/10−6
    MABC-11aMABC-11bMABC-11cMABC-11dCTD1)MABC-251)
    La16913516717526.26±15.5599.78±9.49
    Ce13213213613212.81±5.08115.40±6.47
    Pr38.937.238.740.35.22±2.8225.38±1.91
    Nd16916316817619.76±9.77114.00±8.37
    Sm39.837.840.241.44.33±2.3925.98±2.42
    Eu8.227.848.28.511.09±0.595.68±0.46
    Gd42.440.342.744.25.12±2.7827.66±2.30
    Tb6.986.757.097.280.76±0.394.41±0.44
    Dy39.938.640.141.85.07±2.9326.44±3.02
    Ho9.138.799.169.561.18±0.686.10±0.79
    Er24.423.224.325.63.69±2.2215.94±2.02
    Tm3.413.293.463.570.54±0.342.26±0.26
    Yb21.620.521.522.23.33±2.3214.26±1.68
    Lu3.283.123.273.310.59±0.432.13±0.26
    Note: 1)Data from Deng et al. (2017).
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