• Corpus ID: 55664447

Benthic foraminifers and palaeoenvironment in the Lower and Middle Jurassic of the Western Basque-Cantabrian Basin (Northern Spain)

@article{Grfe2005BenthicFA,
  title={Benthic foraminifers and palaeoenvironment in the Lower and Middle Jurassic of the Western Basque-Cantabrian Basin (Northern Spain)},
  author={K. U. Gr{\"a}fe},
  journal={Journal of iberian geology: an international publication of earth sciences},
  year={2005},
  volume={31},
  pages={217-234}
}
  • K. Gräfe
  • Published 2005
  • Geology
  • Journal of iberian geology: an international publication of earth sciences
Benthic foraminifers are studied from the Lower and Middle Jurassic of the western Basque-Cantabrian Basin (sections Tudanca, Aguilar de Campoó and Barrios de Villadiegos). Five benthic foraminiferal assemblages are recognized, each one related to a specifi c trophic palaeoenvironment created by palaeoceanography and relative sea-level change. The Astacolus-Lingulina-assemblage occurs in Lower Sinemurian transgressive deposits with high wave-energy. The Laevidentalina-Eoguttulina-assemblage is… 
Palaeoclimatic and biotic changes during the Aalenian (Middle Jurassic) at the southern Laurasian Seaway (Basque-Cantabrian Basin, northern Spain).
The uppermost Toarcian–lowermost Bajocian deposits have been studied in 10 sections located in the western part of the Basque–Cantabrian Basin (northern Spain). The studied 276 successive recorded
Lower Toarcian ammonite and foraminifera assemblages in the San Miguel de Aguayo Section (Basque-Cantabrian Basin, Spain)
We present the biostratigraphical events, ammonites and foraminifera from the Pliensbachian (Spinatum Chronozone) to the Toarcian (Bifrons Chronozone) in San Miguel de Aguayo. We sampled the profile
Aalenian–Lower Bajocian Foraminiferal Fauna from the Ammonitico Rosso Series of Bakonycsernye (Hungary). Part 2: Palaeoecological and Palaeobiogeographical Aspects
This paper provides the first assessment of the paleoecology and biogeography of foraminiferal assemblages from the continuous Aalenian–lower Bajocian succession from the pelagic region of the
Benthic foraminiferal assemblages across the Aalenian–Bajocian boundary in the Iberian and Basque-Cantabrian basins (North Spain)
The aim of this work is to describe the benthic foraminiferal assemblages recorded across the Aalenian–Bajocian boundary (Middle Jurassic) in two sections of the Iberian and Basque-Cantabrian basins
Paleobiogeography of the Middle Jurassic (Bathonian-Callovian) benthic foraminifera
Abstract Evaluating what governs the distribution patterns of an organism, enables better understanding of the role of biotic and abiotic factors that influences these patterns, thus, giving a better
Aalenian–Lower Bajocian Foraminiferal Fauna from the Ammonitico Rosso Series of Bakonycsernye (Hungary). Part 1: Taxonomy and Biostratigraphy
This paper provides the first record of isolated foraminiferal assemblages from the continuous Aalenian–lower Bajocian succession from the pelagic region of the Neotethys. The studied Tűzkövesárok
Bentho-planktonic evidence from the Austrian Alps for a decline in sea-surface carbonate production at the end of the Triassic
A high-resolution micropalaeontological study, combined with geochemical and sedimentological analyses was performed on the Tiefengraben, Schlossgraben and Eiberg sections (Austrian Alps) in order to
Early Hettangian benthic-planktonic coupling at Doniford (SW England) Palaeoenvironmental implications for the aftermath of the end-Triassic crisis
Abstract This paper presents a high-resolution micropalaeontological study, integrated with geochemical and sedimentological analyses of the Triassic–Jurassic (Tr–J) transition at the Doniford
The Global Boundary Stratotype Section and Point (GSSP) for Base of the Bathonian Stage (Middle Jurassic), Ravin du Bes Section, SE France
The Bathonian GSSP is defined at the base of limestone bed RB071 in the Ravin du Bes Section, Bas-Auran area, southern Subalpine Chains (France). This section satisfies most of the requirements
Formal proposal for the Bathonian GSSP (Middle Jurassic) in the Ravin du Bès Section (Bas-Auran, SE France)
The Bathonian Global Stratotype Section and Point (GSSP) is proposed at the base of limestone bed RB071 (bed 23 in Sturani 1967) in the Ravin du Bès Section (43° 57′ 38′′ N, 6° 18′ 55′′ E), Bas-Auran
...
1
2
...

References

SHOWING 1-10 OF 33 REFERENCES
The evolution and paleobiogeography of abyssal agglutinated foraminifera since the Early Cretaceous: A tale of four faunas
The diversity record of abyssal agglutinated foraminifera reveals specific intervals during the past 150 million years when the diversity of species and ecological partitioning was high, interspersed
El Jurásico superior de la Sierra de Aralar (Guipuzcoa y Navarra): caracterizacion sedimentológica y paleogeográfica
Facies analysis carried out in the Upper Jurassic of the Sierra de Aralar (Eastern Basc-Cantabric Basin), give new information on the sedimentary evolution and palaeogeographic distribution of the
The Posidonia Shale (Lower Toarcian) of SW-Germany: an oxygen-depleted ecosystem controlled by sea level and palaeoclimate
Abstract The Lower Toarcian Posidonia Shale is famous for its excellently preserved fossils and its high amount of organic matter (up to 16%). Both quality of preservation and accumulation of organic
TAPHONOMIC PROCESSES IN SELECTED LOWER AND MIDDLE JURASSIC FORAMINIFERA FROM THE IBERIAN RANGE AND BASQUE-CANTABRIAN BASIN (SPAIN)
Lower and Middle Jurassic foraminifera from the Iberian and Basque-Cantabrian Basins exhibit distinct features due to different biostratinomic and diagenetic processes. The main mechanisms of
Trophic control of benthic foraminiferal abundance and microhabitat in the bathyal Gulf of Lions, western Mediterranean Sea
Surface sediment was sampled at two bathyal sites in the southwestern Gulf of Lions in the western Mediterranean Sea in February and August 1997 to study the distribution and microhabitat of living
Mesozoic and Cenozoic Sequence Chronostratigraphic Framework of European Basins
Under the auspices of the "Mesozoic-Cenozoic Sequence Stratigraphy of European Basins" project (MCSSEB) an attempt was' made to construct a state-of-the-art biochronostratigraphic record of
Sequence stratigraphy and biological signals: statistical studies of benthic foraminifera from Liassic series
Abstract A study of benthic Foraminifera from the Toarcian in Quercy (Aquitaine Basin, France) shows that micropaleontological assemblages are influenced by sea level changes. The percentages of
Benthic foraminifers: proxies or problems?: A review of paleocological concepts
TLDR
It is concluded that species distribution with depth is mainly a function of organic flux and oxygenation, and paleobathymetry should not be based on individual marker species, but preferably on quantitative assemblage characteristics such as P/B ratios.
Evolution of the Arctic-North Atlantic and the Western Tethys
A broad, multi-disciplinary overview of the late Paleozoic to Recent geological evolution of much of northeastern North America, Greenland, all of Europe, and the northern parts of North Africa. This
Die Dogger/Malm-Wende in den NW-Keltiberischen Ketten (Spanien) und angrenzenden Gebieten—Sedimentologie, Stratigraphie und Paläogeographie
ZusammenfassungDer Grenzbereich Dogger/Malm ist in Spanien durch zahlreiche Diskontinuitäten in geringmächtigen, oft eisenooidischen und kondensierten Ablagerungen gekenn-zeichnet. Die vorwiegend
...
1
2
3
4
...