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Rodent biostratigraphy of the Eocene-Oligocene transitional strata of the Isle of Wight

Anneke A. Bosma

Rodent biostratigraphy of the Eocene-Oligocene transitional strata of the Isle of Wight

by Anneke A. Bosma

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Published by s.n.] in [s.l .
Written in English

    Places:
  • England,
  • Isle of Wight.
    • Subjects:
    • Rodents, Fossil -- England -- Isle of Wight.,
    • Eocene-Oligocene boundary -- England -- Isle of Wight.,
    • Geology -- England -- Isle of Wight.

    • Edition Notes

      Statementby Anneke A. Bosma.
      SeriesUtrecht micro-paleontological bulletins : Special publication ;, 1
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsQE882.R6 B67
      The Physical Object
      Pagination128 p. :
      Number of Pages128
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL5246767M
      LC Control Number75318851

      Rodent Biostratigraphy Of The Eocene Oligocene Transitional Strata Of The Isle Of Wight Author: Anneke A. Bosma ISBN: UCSD Period from - 65 million years ago. Divided into Paleogene and Neogene. Includes Paleocene, Eocene, Oligocene, Miocene, and Pliocene epochs.

        Earth's current icehouse phase began?34 m.y. ago with the onset of major Antarctic glaciation at the Eocene-Oligocene transition. Changes in ocean circulation and a decline in atmospheric greenhouse gas levels were associated with stepwise cooling and ice growth at southern high latitudes. The Antarctic cryosphere plays a critical role in the ocean Cited by: Paleoecology of Late Eocene-Oligocene foraminiferal assemblages in a two-well transect across the North-East Newfoundland shelf F.C. THOMAS, Atlantic Geoscience Centre, P.O. Box , Dartmouth, Nova Scotia, B2Y 4A2, Canada ABSTRACT Core samples from the Paleogene of the Bonavista C well on the northeast Newfoundland shelf andCited by: 2.

      UCHMAN ET AL.—EOCENE TRACE FOSSILS FROM ANTARCTICA Systematic palaeoichnology Ichnofamily uncertain Resting trace Fig. 5A, D–E. Material.—ZPAL Tf.8/, a slab of very fine-grained silty sandstone, middle–late Eocene, King George Island. BOSMA, A.A. Rodent Biostratigraphy of the Eocene-Oligocene transitional strata of the Isle of Wight. Utrecht Micropaleontological Bulletins, Special Publication I, BOSMA, A.A. and de BRUIJN, H. Eocene and Oligocene Gliridae (Rodentia; Mammalia) from the Isle of Wight, England. Part I: The Giravus priscus-Gliravus fordi lineage.


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Rodent biostratigraphy of the Eocene-Oligocene transitional strata of the Isle of Wight by Anneke A. Bosma Download PDF EPUB FB2

Rodent biostratigraphy of the Eocene-Oligocene transitional strata of the Isle of Wight. [s.l.: s.n.], (Meppel, Netherlands: Krips Repro) (OCoLC) This special is available from Sales office U.M. B.: Singel, Odijk, Netherlands. Postal qccount:T. van Schaik, Odijk. Bank aq:ount: Eocene-Oligocene transition strata on the Isle of Wight are part of the Solent Group, which is composed of three forma- tions and various members (Fig.

1 ; Daley, ). Anneke A. BOSMA - Rodent biostratigraphy of the Eocene-Oligocene transitional strata of the Isle of Wight. p., 7 pl., 38 fig. fThis special publication has to be ordered separately, also by subscribers to the series of regular bulletins.

Printed in the Netherlands by Krips Repro Meppe. Septem The book contains new results, and many results have not previously appeared in monograph form. Eocene-Oligocene boundary by Anneke A. Bosma Rodent Biostratigraphy of the Eocene-Oligocene Transitional Strata of the Isle of Wight.

In February the paleontologists working on European mammalian faunas of the Paleogene convened in Mainz to establish a mammal chronology Cited by: 3. A stratigraphic reinterpretation of the Eocene-Oligocene Solent Group is presented here, based on the Whitecliff Bay section of the Isle of Wight, Hampshire Basin, UK.

High resolution palaeontological, sedimentologica and mineralogical analyses allow the establishment of facies groups, which are used to demonstrate the presence of seven conspicuous sequences. Rodent biostratigraphy of the Eocene-Oligocene transitional strata of the Isle of Wight.

Utrecht Micropaleontological Bulletins, Special Publications, 1, Home > Earth Sciences home > Research > Profile > Publications > Eocene-Oligocene transition paleoclimatic and paleoenvironmental record from the Isle of Wight (UK) Eocene-Oligocene transition paleoclimatic and paleoenvironmental record from the Isle of Wight (UK).

Ernest A Mancini, Geological Survey of Alabama and University of Alabama. Tuscaloosa, Alabama, U.S.A. INTRODUCTION The upper Eocene and lower Oligocene section of southwestern Alabama has been of particular interest to stratigraphers over the years because these strata represent one of the most complete exposed marine Eocene-Oligocene sections Author: Ernest A.

Mancini. We present an overview of the Eocene-Oligocene transition from a marine perspective and posit that growth of a continent-scale Antarctic ice sheet (25 × 10 6 km 3) was a primary cause of a dramatic reorganization of ocean circulation and Eocene-Oligocene transition (EOT) was the culmination of long-term (10 7 yr drawdown and related cooling that triggered a.

New microplanktonic biostratigraphy and depositional sequences across the Middle–Late Eocene and Oligocene boundaries in eastern biostratigraphic and integrated lithofacies analyses of the Eocene–Oligocene with the complete absence of Oligocene strata (Figure 1).

In contrast (Bender,) attributed a. A.A BosmaRodent biostratigraphy of the Eocene–Oligocene transitional strata of the Isle of Wight Utrecht Micropaleontological Bulletins Special Publications, 1 (), pp. 1 Cited by:   Biostratigraphy (from Gr. bios, life; L.

stratum, bed; Gr. grapho, write (Brown )) is arguably one of the most broadly used stratigraphic methods in Earth Sciences and concurrently one of the. Keywords: Eocene, Oligocene; Transylvania: Huedin region, calcareous nannofossils, NP15 – NP23, biostratigraphy, paleoecology.

INTRODUCTION In the investigated area of Huedin region, between the localities Tetiş and Hodiş, the Paleogene deposits are represented by Paleocene, Eocene and Oligocene sediments (Fig. Biostratigraphy The red clays from Site are barren of calcareous microfossils, and shipboard biostratigraphy was based solely on radiolarians and ichthyoliths (SiteRangin, Silver, von Breymann, et al., ).

The benthic foraminifer assemblages and the interpreted chronostratigraphy determined in Site Planktonic Foraminiferal Biostratigraphy of the Late Eocene and Oligocene in the Palmyride Area, Syria Morana HERNITZ KUČENJAK, Vlasta PREMEC FUĆEK, Renata SLAVKOVIĆ and Ivan A.

MESIĆ era was published by SUBBOTINA () for sec-tions of the Caucasus Mountains. Afterwards, a large number of planktonic foraminiferal studies were pub. Full text of "The Mesozoic and Tertiary of southern England: the Dorset coast and Isle of Wight" See other formats RITISH MICROPALAEONTOLOGICAL SOCIETY IELD GUIDE No.

6 ENTH INTERNATIONAL SYMPOSIUM ON OSTRACODA BERYSTWYTH HE MESOZOIC^ AND TERTIARY OF SOUTHERN NGLAND: THE DORSET COAST ND ISLE OF WIGHT. Abundance, diversity, and high evolutionary rates make larger foraminifera useful biostratigraphic tools for datation of sediments deposited in shallow marine platforms.

Twenty shallow benthic zones (SBZ) are defined in the time span ranging from the base of Paleocene up to the Eocene-Oligocene boundary. A SBZ zone is characterized upon the stratigraphic distribution of several. Eocene–Oligocene median Subbetic sediments of the northern Granada province. The lithology of the m studied section is com-posed of hemipelagic marls interbedded with turbiditic sandstone layers (Fig.

This interval spans about 3 myr, from the late Eocene to early Oligocene, and apparently constitutes a complete, marine section. The. CENOZOIC BIOSTRATIGRAPHY AND PALEOECOLOGY OF SITES TO BASED ON THE FORAMINIFERS John W. Murray, Department of Geology, University of Exeter, England ABSTRACT Sites andsituated on the rifted margin of Rockall Plateau, have an incomplete Tertiary succession.

Late Paleocene to Eocene clastic and.This has been progressed by a number of measures, including adopting a consistent approach to defining zone boundaries; replacement of the Wilsonidium echinosuturatum and Wilsonidium lineidentatum Zones with three new zones, Deflandrea convexa (early Porangan - late Porangan), Graptodinium inconditum (late Porangan - early Bortonian), and.Refinement of Oligocene and earliest Miocene diatom biostratigraphy in the North Pacific is even more severely limited by the lack of com-plete stratigraphic sequences (Gladenkov and Barron, ).

This paper documents the ranges of biostratigraphically useful dia-toms in the Oligocene and lowermost Miocene sediments (~–Cited by: