25. MARINE CRETACEOUS PALYNOLOGY OF SITE 361, DSDP LEG 40, OFF SOUTHWESTERN AFRICA

@inproceedings{Davey200625MC,
  title={25. MARINE CRETACEOUS PALYNOLOGY OF SITE 361, DSDP LEG 40, OFF SOUTHWESTERN AFRICA},
  author={Roger J. Davey},
  year={2006}
}
Relatively rich marine playnomorph assemblages, consisting of dinocysts and acritarchs, occur in the majority of the 35 Cretaceous cores investigated from Site 361. The Early Cretaceous, Cores 48 to 27, is considered to be of Aptian age with the early-late Aptian boundary lying between Samples 33-3, 117-118 cm and 32-2, 117119 cm. The Aptian dinocyst assemblage is comparable to that found in Australia and Europe. The Late Cretaceous, Cores 24 to 13, is more difficult to date because of the poor… CONTINUE READING

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