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Biostratigraphy of Lower Cretaceous microfossils from the Araripe basin, northeastern Brazil
Abstract A biostratigraphic study was carried out in the Lower Cretaceous Araripe basin, northeastern Brazil, allowing the recognition of several chronostratigraphic units: the Dom JoaoExpand
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Abstract: Fossil assemblages are expected to be time-averaged as a result of biological and physical processes that mix skeletal remains. Our quantitative understanding of time-averaging derivesExpand
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The ecological and zoogeographical significance of the sub-Recent Ostracoda off Cabo Frio, Rio de Janeiro State, Brazil
Abstract An environmental analysis based on the ostracod fauna was carried out on 43 sediment samples collected during the Geocosta Rio II Expedition to the northern continental margin of State ofExpand
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On the Validity of Two Lower Cretaceous Non-marine Ostracode Genera: Biostratigraphic and Paleogeographic Implications
Abstract The taxonomic status of the Lower Cretaceous non-marine ostracode genera Hourcqia Krömmelbein and Pattersoncypris Bate is discussed. From a detailed analysis of the type species of theseExpand
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Late Cenozoic sea level changes evidenced by ostracodes in the Pelotas basin, southernmost Brazil
Abstract Ostracodes recovered from sediments in seven onshore boreholes within the Pelotas basin, State of Rio Grande do Sul, indicate several continuous nearshore environments and at least fourExpand
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Cytherellid species (Ostracoda) and their significance to the Late Quaternary events in the Santos Basin, Brazil
Four autochthonous cytherellid species (Cytherella serratula (Brady, 1880),C. hermargentinaWhatley et al. 1998,C. pleistocenica sp. nov. andC. santosensis sp. nov.) have been identified from twoExpand
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Operations with Multiple Autonomous Underwater Vehicles: the PISCIS Project
The goals, technical challenges, and activities of the project PISCIS – Multiple Autonomous Underwater Vehicles for Coastal and Environmental Field Studies – are reviewed in the context of theExpand
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Taphonomic signatures in molluscan fossil assemblages from the Holocene lagoon system in the northern part of the coastal plain, Rio Grande do Sul State, Brazil
Abstract Molluscan shell accumulations (shell beds) are very common in shallow marine and estuarine environments in South America and also on the continental shelf between Argentina and southernExpand
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Biostratigraphy and paleoceanographical significance of the Neogene planktonic foraminifera from the Pelotas Basin, southernmost Brazil
Abstract Analysis of the planktonic foraminifers recovered from 1-SCS-2 drill-hole, Florianopolis platform (Pelotas Basin, southern Brazilian Atlantic Margin), allowed recognition of the CatapsydraxExpand
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