Distribution Patterns of Calcareous Foraminifers in Arctic Ocean Sediments

@inproceedings{Belyaeva1990DistributionPO,
  title={Distribution Patterns of Calcareous Foraminifers in Arctic Ocean Sediments},
  author={N. Belyaeva and T. A. Khusid},
  year={1990}
}
The distribution of benthic and planktic foraminifers in Arctic Canada Basin sediments was studied quantitatively. The large number of dead tests of these foraminifers (at low productivity of living organisms), excellent test preservation, and significant predominance of planktic forms indicate the absence of dissolution and conditions favorable for accumulation of calcareous foraminiferal tests at the bottom of the Arctic Ocean. 
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