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The biodiversity of the deep Southern Ocean benthos
Our knowledge of the biodiversity of the Southern Ocean (SO) deep benthos is scarce. In this review, we describe the general biodiversity patterns of meio-, macro- and megafaunal taxa, based onExpand
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Geological and palaeoenvironmental history of the Scotia Sea region as a basis for biological interpretation
Abstract There is an extensive literature on the geological development of the Scotia Sea and the Scotia arc, and its relations to the development of the Antarctic Circum-polar Current (ACC) andExpand
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Campanian–Maastrichtian (Cretaceous) stratigraphy of the James Ross Island area, Antarctica
One of the most important outcrops of uppermost Cretaceous (Campanian–Maastrichtian) sedimentary rocks in the southern high latitudes occurs within the James Ross Island group, northeastern AntarcticExpand
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Cretaceous palynomorphs from the James Ross Island area, Antarctica. A pilot study
Faunas of ammonites and bivalves, aquatic floras of dinocysts and prasinophycean/chlorophycean algae, and land-plant florules of spores, pollen, and fungal palynomorphs are reported from CretaceousExpand
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Late Cretaceous and Paleocene decapod crustaceans from James Ross Basin, Antarctic Peninsula
Seventeen species of decapod crustaceans have been described from Campanian through Paleocene rocks in the Santa Marta, Lopez de Bertodano, and Sobral Formations of the James Ross Basin, Antarctica.Expand
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Archaeocyathan limestone blocks of likely Antarctic origin in Gondwanan tillite from the Falkland Islands
Abstract Cambrian limestone clasts containing a rich, well-preserved archaeocyathan fauna have been recovered from the late Carboniferous Fitzroy Tillite Formation of the Falkland Islands. SinceExpand
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Geological Evolution of Antarctica
Preface Acknowledgements 1. Crustal development: the craton Crustal development: the transantarctic mountains Crustal development: 2. Weddell sea - Ross sea region Crustal development: 3. GondwanaExpand
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