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Record #117139:

Eocene microplankton from La Meseta Formation, northern Seymour Island / Christopher D. Cocozza, Ciara M. Clarke.

Title: Eocene microplankton from La Meseta Formation, northern Seymour Island / Christopher D. Cocozza, Ciara M. Clarke.
Author(s): Cocozza, Christopher D.
Clarke, Ciara M.
Date: 1992.
In: Antarctic Science. (1992.), Vol. 4(3) (1992)
Abstract: Analyses of 22 samples from Tertiary La Meseta Formation of Cape Wiman, which yielded abundant and moderately diverse assemblages of marine palynoflora dominated by dinoflagellate cysts, together with acritarchs and chlorophyta.
Notes:

Antarctic Science. Vol. 4(3) :355-362 (1992).

Keywords: .000(410) -- British author.
551.3.051 -- Sedimentation and stratification.
551.352/.353 -- Marine sediments, deep sea.
551.7 -- Stratigraphy.
551.78 -- Tertiary.
551.781.4 -- Eocene.
56 -- Palaeontology.
58 -- Botany.
581.081.3 -- Pollen analysis.
582.252 -- Dinoflagellateae.
B -- Geology and soil sciences.
(*7) -- Antarctic regions.
(*726.82) -- James Ross Island group.
SPRI record no.: 117139

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