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Deep-sea benthic foraminifera have performed a important position in biostratigraphic, paleoecological, and paleoceanographical learn for over a century. those single–celled marine protists are vital as a result of their geographic ubiquity, contrast morphologies and swift evolutionary charges, their abundance and variety deep–sea sediments, and thanks to their software as symptoms of environmental stipulations either at and less than the sediment–water interface. moreover, good isotopic information got from deep–sea benthic foraminiferal exams offer paleoceanographers with environmental info that's proving to be of significant value in reviews of worldwide climatic switch. This paintings collects jointly, for the 1st time, new morphological descriptions, taxonomic placements, stratigraphic incidence info, geographical distribution summaries, and palaeoecological details, besides state of the art color photomicrographs (most taken in mirrored mild, simply as you will see them utilizing mild microscopy), of three hundred universal deep-sea benthic foraminifera species spanning the period from Jurassic - fresh. This quantity is meant as a reference and learn source for post-graduate scholars in micropalaeontology, geological execs (stratigraphers, paleontologists, paleoecologists, palaeoceanographers), taxonomists, and evolutionary (paleo)biologists.
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Biogeography First described from the Polish Carpathians by Geroch (1966). Kaminski et al. (1992) recorded specimens from ODP Site 765 in the Argo Abyssal Plain off northwestern Australia that were similar in size, outline, and shape of chambers. As the wall structure of the Site 765 specimens was not determined, these authors adopted the designation Ammobaculoides cf. carpathicus. Bathymetry Bathyal to abyssal. Characteristic of Early Cretaceous sub-CCD environments. Chronostratigraphy Early Cretaceous (Berriasian to Aptian) in the Polish Carpathians (Geroch and Nowak, 1984).
Contributions from the Cushman Laboratory for Foraminiferal Research, vol. 31, pp. 1–105. , 1994, The Challenger Foraminifera. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 149 pp. R. , 1987, Foraminiferal Genera and Their Classiﬁcation. New York: Van Nostrand Reinhold, 970 pp. , 1991, Eastern Indonesian Late Cenozoic smaller benthic foraminifera. Verhandelingen der Koninklijke Nederlanse Akademie van Wetenschappen, Afdeeling Natuurkunde, Eerste Reeks, vol. 34, pp. 1–328. Anomalinella rostrata (Brady), 1881 49 Anomalinoides capitatus (Gümbel), 1868 1 2 3 4 5 6 1.
Alabamina dissonata (Cushman and Renz), 1948 23 Ammoanita ingerlisae Gradstein and Kaminski, 1997 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Please see opposite for captions 24 Ammoanita ingerlisae Original Designation Remarks Ammoanita ingerlisae Gradstein and Kaminski, 1997, p. 220, ﬁg. 6, ﬁg. 7 (1–3). Holotype (NHMUK PF62944 Conoco 211/19-1, 5850 feet) housed in the micropaleontology collections of The Natural History Museum, London, UK. The species Ammoanita rosea Seiglie and Baker, Ammoanita ingerlisae Gradstein and Kaminski, and Ammoanita ruthvenmurrayi Cushman and Renz are morphologically close, and have overlapping stratigraphic ranges (see Remarks in Gradstein and Kaminski, 1997).
Atlas of Benthic Foraminifera by Ann Holbourn, Visit Amazon's Andrew S. Henderson Page, search results, Learn about Author Central, Andrew S. Henderson, , Norman Macleod