Paleogene and Neogene diatoms from the Falkland Plateau and Malvinas Outer Basin : Leg 36, Deep Sea Drilling Project.

  title={Paleogene and Neogene diatoms from the Falkland Plateau and Malvinas Outer Basin : Leg 36, Deep Sea Drilling Project.},
  author={Andrew M. Gombos},
The distribution of Neogene and Paleogene diatoms from six sites located in the Argentine Basin, the Malvinas Outer Basin, and on the Falkland Plateau is presented. Biostratigraphic zonations based on diatoms are proposed for part of the late Paleocene from Site 327 and for the late Eocene and Oligocene from Site 328. Five new diatom taxa are described. INTRODUCTION Leg 36 started at Ushuaia, Argentina, on 4 April 1974 and ended at Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, on 22 May 1974. The original cruise… 

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