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Upper Cretaceous and Cenozoic Calcareous Nannofossils of the Kerguelen Plateau (Southern Indian Ocean) and Prydz Bay (East Antarctica)
ODP Leg 119 drilled 11 sites on the Kerguelen Plateau (southern Indian Ocean) and Prydz Bay (East Antarctica). Upper Pliocene through Quaternary sediments were recovered at Site 736 on the northernExpand
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Biogeographic gradients of middle Eocene-Oligocene calcareous nannoplankton in the South Atlantic Ocean
Middle Eocene-Oligocene calcareous nannoplankton have been analyzed quantitatively for eight DSDP and ODP sites ranging from the equatorial zone to 65°S latitude in the South Atlantic Ocean. There isExpand
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Opening of the Australia-Antarctica Gateway as dated by nannofossils
Abstract The opening of the Tasmanian Gateway between Australia and Antarctica has long been considered a critical element in the initiation of the Antarctic Circumpolar Current, thermal isolation ofExpand
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Paleogene Glacial History of Antarctica in Light of Leg 120 Drilling Results
The Paleogene glacial history of Antarctica has been inferred largely from indirect evidence of glaciation gathered from the oceans beyond that remote, ice-shrouded, and inhospitable continent. ThisExpand
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Paleogene calcareous nannofossil magnetobiochronology: Results from South Atlantic DSDP Site 516
Abstract The detailed study of an expanded Paleogene section with abundant, moderate to well preserved calcareous nannofossils from South Atlantic DSDP Site 516 has resulted in a precise correlationExpand
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Middle Eocene-lower Miocene calcareous nannofossil magnetobiochronology of ODP Holes 699A and 703A in the subantarctic South Atlantic
Abstract The distribution of calcareous nannofossils is documented for the middle Eocene through lowermost Miocene cores from Ocean Drilling Program Holes 699A and 703A in the subantarctic SouthExpand
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TAXONOMY AND MAGNETOBIOCHRONOLOGY OF TRIBRACHIATUS AND RHOMBOASTER, TWO GENERA OF CALCAREOUS NANNOFOSSILS
ABsTRATr-The genus Tribrachiatus (all species of which are widely used stratigraphic markers) and its related genus Rhomboaster are studied in type samples and in five DSDP/ODP sites that haveExpand
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Subtype IV of the BK polyomavirus is prevalent in East Asia
Summary.BK polyomavirus (BKV) is ubiquitous in human populations, infecting children asymptomatically and then persisting in the kidney. Using either serological or genotyping methods, BKV isolatesExpand
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Danian Calcareous Nannofossil Succession at Site 738 in the Southern Indian Ocean
An apparently complete Danian section was recovered at ODP Site 738 on the southern Kerguelen Plateau. Calcareous nannofossils are abundant and moderately preserved in the section. A number of taxaExpand
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