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Citation:
Imbrie, John D (1997): Abundance of planktonic foraminifera in sediment core V12-122. doi:10.1594/PANGAEA.52017
Related to:
Imbrie, John D; Kipp, NG (1971): A new micropaleontological method for quantitive paleoclimatology: Applicaton to a late Pleistocene Caribbean core. In: Turekian, K K (ed.), The late Cenozoic glacial ages. (Yale University Press, New Haven), 71-181 *
Project(s):
Coverage:
Latitude: 17.000000 * Longitude: -74.400000
Date/Time Start: 1957-07-29T00:00:00 * Date/Time End: 1957-07-29T00:00:00
Minimum DEPTH, sediment/rock: 0.0 m * Maximum DEPTH, sediment/rock: 10.9 m
Event(s):
V12-122 * * Latitude: 17.000000 * Longitude: -74.400000 * Date/Time: 1957-07-29T00:00:00 * Elevation: -2800.0 m * Recovery: 10.95 m * Campaign: V12 * * Basis: Vema * * Device: Piston corer *
Parameter(s):
#NameShort NameUnitPrincipal InvestigatorMethodComment
1DEPTH, sediment/rock *DepthmGeocode
2Orbulina universa *O. universa%Imbrie, John D *Counting >150 µm fraction *
3Globigerinoides conglobatus *G. conglobatus%Imbrie, John D *Counting >150 µm fraction *
4Globigerinoides ruber white *G. ruber w%Imbrie, John D *Counting >150 µm fraction *
5Globigerinoides tenellus *G. tenellus%Imbrie, John D *Counting >150 µm fraction *
6Globigerinoides sacculifer *G. sacculifer%Imbrie, John D *Counting >150 µm fraction *
7Globigerina rubescens *G. rubescens%Imbrie, John D *Counting >150 µm fraction *
8Neogloboquadrina pachyderma sinistral *N. pachyderma s%Imbrie, John D *Counting >150 µm fraction *
9Neogloboquadrina pachyderma dextral *N. pachyderma d%Imbrie, John D *Counting >150 µm fraction *
10Globigerina bulloides *G. bulloides%Imbrie, John D *Counting >150 µm fraction *
11Globigerina falconensis *G. falconensis%Imbrie, John D *Counting >150 µm fraction *
12Globigerina calida *G. calida%Imbrie, John D *Counting >150 µm fraction *
13Globigerinella aequilateralis *G. aequilateralis%Imbrie, John D *Counting >150 µm fraction *
14Globigerinita glutinata *G. glutinata%Imbrie, John D *Counting >150 µm fraction *
15Globoquadrina dutertrei *G. dutertrei%Imbrie, John D *Counting >150 µm fraction *
16Globorotalia inflata *G. inflata%Imbrie, John D *Counting >150 µm fraction *
17Globorotalia truncatulinoides sinistral *G. truncatulinoides s%Imbrie, John D *Counting >150 µm fraction *
18Globorotalia truncatulinoides dextral *G. truncatulinoides d%Imbrie, John D *Counting >150 µm fraction *
19Globorotalia crassaformis *G. crassaformis%Imbrie, John D *Counting >150 µm fraction *
20Globorotalia scitula *G. scitula%Imbrie, John D *Counting >150 µm fraction *
21Globorotalia mentum *G. mentum%Imbrie, John D *Counting >150 µm fraction *
22Pulleniatina obliquiloculata *P. obliquiloculata%Imbrie, John D *Counting >150 µm fraction *
23Candeina nitida *C. nitida%Imbrie, John D *Counting >150 µm fraction *
24Sphaeroidinella dehiscens *S. dehiscens%Imbrie, John D *Counting >150 µm fraction *
25Globigerina digitata *G. digitata%Imbrie, John D *Counting >150 µm fraction *
26Globoquadrina hexagona *G. hexagona%Imbrie, John D *Counting >150 µm fraction *
27Globoquadrina conglomerata *G. conglomerata%Imbrie, John D *Counting >150 µm fraction *
28Hastigerina pelagica *H. pelagica%Imbrie, John D *Counting >150 µm fraction *
29Foraminifera, planktic *Foram plankt%Imbrie, John D *Counting >150 µm fraction *
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