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Seven Million Years of Glaciation in Greenland
Glacial till, glaciomarine diamictites, and ice-rafted detritus found in marine cores collected off the shore of southeast Greenland record multiple Late Cenozoic glaciations beginning in the LateExpand
The FOBIMO (FOraminiferal BIo-MOnitoring) initiative—Towards a standardised protocol for soft-bottom benthic foraminiferal monitoring studies
TLDR
The aim is to standardise methodologies used in bio-monitoring only and not to limit the use of different methods in pure scientific studies, and to propose two types of recommendations about living (stained) benthic foraminiferal assemblages. Expand
MUD DIAPIRS OF THE MEDITERRANEAN RIDGE: SEDIMENTOLOGICAL AND MICROPALEONTOLOGICAL STUDY OF THE MUD BRECCIA
Two recent sea-going expeditions showed that mud diapirism is a common feature in the accretionary wedge of the Mediterranean Ridge, but unlike in other prisms, it is well expressed exclusively inExpand
The Miocene/Pliocene boundary in the Eastern Mediterranean : Results from Sites 967 and 969
Continuous sequences developed across the Miocene/Pliocene boundary were cored during Ocean Drilling Project (ODP) Leg 160 at Hole 967A, located on the base of the northern slope of the EratosthenesExpand
Developing Foram-AMBI for biomonitoring in the Mediterranean: Species assignments to ecological categories
Abstract Most environmental bio-monitoring methods using the species composition of marine faunas define the Ecological Quality Status of soft bottom ecosystems based on the relative proportions ofExpand
In situ measurements of calcium isotopes by ion microprobe in carbonates and application to foraminifera
Abstract An analytical procedure has been developed for the in situ measurement of calcium isotope composition of carbonates with a spatial resolution of 15–20 μm on a Cameca IMS 1270 ion microprobe.Expand
Miocene shallow-water limestones from São Nicolau (Cabo Verde): Caribbean-type benthic fauna and time constraints for volcanism
Shallow-water limestones of presumed Late Cretaceous and Eocene age, interbedded with basaltic lavas, were described by earlier authors from São Nicolau in the northwestern part of the Cabo VerdeExpand
LATE EOCENE PLANKTONIC FORAMINIFERAL RESPONSE TO AN EXTRATERRESTRIAL IMPACT AT MASSIGNANO GSSP (NORTHEASTERN APPENNINES, ITALY)
The 4–8 m segment of the Global Stratotype Section and Point (GSSP) for the Eocene-Oligocene boundary at Massignano contains a well studied and documented impactoclastic layer with anomalousExpand
Planktonic foraminiferal paleoclimatic implications across the Oligocene-Miocene transition in the oceanic record (Atlantic, Indian and South Pacific)
Abstract A detailed paleoclimatic investigation was performed on planktonic foraminiferal assemblages spanning the interval from Zone P21a (late Oligocene) to Zone N5 (early Miocene) in pelagicExpand
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