Figure F1. Location of Site 1085, off southern Namibia, showing the various oceanographic factors influencing the record: coastal upwelling (which is especially vigorous near Luederitz); Benguela Current (a mixture of waters from the South Atlantic Current, upwelled coastal waters, waters from the warm Agulhas Current, and occasional contributions from the Antarctic Circumpolar Current); and Agulhas Eddies spawned by the retroflection of the Agulhas Current moving south along the eastern shores of South Africa. Source: Berger and Wefer (1996), after Lutjeharms and van Ballegooyen (1988) as redrawn by Peterson and Stramma (1991).