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Stable isotopic composition of deep-sea gorgonian corals Primnoa spp.: a new archive of surface processes
The deep-sea gorgonian coral Primnoa spp. live in the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans at depths of 65 to 3200 m. They have an arborescent growth form with a skeletal axis composed of annual rings made from calcite and gorgonin. ...
Radiocarbon evidence for annual growth rings in the deep-sea octocoral Primnoa resedaeformis
The deep-sea gorgonian octocoral Primnoa resedaeformis is distributed throughout the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans at depths of 65 to 3200 m. It has a 2-part skeleton of calcite and gorgonin. Towards the inside of the axial ...