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Seismic Structure and Stratigraphy of Northern Edge of Bahaman-Cuban Collision Zone
Common-depth-point (CDP) seismic reflection data in the southwestern Bahamas reveal the northern edge of the tectonized zone that resulted from the late Mesozoic-early Cenozoic collision of Cuba andExpand
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Hyalinea baltica and the Plio-Pleistocene Boundary in the Caribbean Sea
  • W. D. Bock
  • Geology, Medicine
  • Science
  • 20 November 1970
The foraminifer Hyalinea baltica is found for the first time in sediments from the western Caribbean Sea. Its relationship to the Plio-Pleistocene boundary and to other criteria used to define thisExpand
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Thalassia Testudinum, A Habitat and Means of Dispersal for Shallow Water Benthonic Foraminifera
ABSTRACT The marine grass, Thalassia testudinum Konig, is distributed throughout the West Indian region and the island of Bermuda. Its distribution is controlled by temperature, salinity, turbulenceExpand
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Multichannel Measurements Over a Possible Gas-Bearing Structure Near Cay Sal, Bahamas: ABSTRACT
Multichannel reflection measurements in water depths of 500 m reveal an asymmetric anticline 70 km southeast of Cay Sal Bank. This fold has an apparent width of 10 km. The northern flank has aExpand
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Upper Aptian Agglutinated Foraminifers from DSDP Hole 402A
Forty meters of hard black shale obtained from Hole 402A, Cores 30-33, contained upper Aptian agglutinated benthic foraminifers. Found nowhere else in Leg 48 Bay of Biscay cores, they are similar toExpand
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Thalassia testudinum, Habitat and Means of Dispersal for Shallow-Water Benthonic Foraminifera: ABSTRACT
The marine grass Thalassia testudinum Konig is distributed throughout the West Indian region and the island of Bermuda. Its distribution is controlled by temperature, salinity, turbulence, and depth.Expand
Massive Long-distance Transport and Redeposition of Upper Cretaceous Planktonic Foraminifers in Quaternary Sediments
ABSTRACT Considerable quantities of reworked planktonic foraminifers have been discovered in certain horizons of a Late Pleistocene and a Late Holocene shallow nearshore marine sedimentary unit inExpand
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