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Plankton Stratigraphy

Volume 2. Radiolaria, Diatoms, Silicoflagellates, Dinoflagellates and Ichthyoliths

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Annika Sanfilippo, William R. Riedel, M. Jean Westberg-Smith, Juliane Fenner; John A. Barron, Katharina Perch-Nielsen, Graham L. Williams, Jonathan P. Bujak, Patricia S. Doyle
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  • Date Published: June 1989
  • availability: Available
  • format: Paperback
  • isbn: 9780521367202

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  • This comprehensive synthesis of our knowledge of the biostratigraphy of marine plankton is the work of an international team of eighteen authors. It covers all the major fossil groups that can be used to date sediments and rocks in the time interval Late Mesozoic to Holocene. Altogether more than 3200 taxa are considered, almost all of which are illustrated and depicted on range charts, making the book a valuable work of reference in the earth sciences. For ease of reference by specialists interested in either calcareous or non-calcareous microfossils, the original work is now divided into two independent volumes. Volume 2 describes siliceous and other non-calcareous microfossils, covering radiolaria, diatoms, silicoflagellates, dinoflagellates and ichthyoliths.

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    • Date Published: June 1989
    • format: Paperback
    • isbn: 9780521367202
    • length: 456 pages
    • dimensions: 279 x 210 x 23 mm
    • weight: 1.02kg
    • availability: Available
  • Table of Contents

    1. Introduction
    2. Comparison of zonal schemes for different fossil groups
    13. Cretaceous radiolaria Annika Sanfilippo and William R. Riedel
    14. Cenozoic radiolaria Annika Sanfilippo, M. Jean Westberg-Smith and William R. Riedel
    15. Late Cretaceous to Oligocene planktic diatoms Juliane Fenner
    16. Miocene to Holocene planktic diatoms John A. Barron
    17. Silicoflagellates Katharina Perch-Nielsen
    18. Mesozoic and Cenozoic dinoflagellates Graham L. Williams and Jonathan P. Bujak
    19. Cenozoic and Late Cretaceous ichthyoliths Patricia S. Doyle and William R. Riedel

  • Editors

    Hans M. Bolli

    John B. Saunders

    Katharina Perch-Nielsen

    Contributors

    Annika Sanfilippo, William R. Riedel, M. Jean Westberg-Smith, Juliane Fenner; John A. Barron, Katharina Perch-Nielsen, Graham L. Williams, Jonathan P. Bujak, Patricia S. Doyle

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