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Applegate, Joseph L; Wise, Sherwood W (1987): (Table 1) Distribution of lower to middle Eocene calcareous nannofossils in DSDP Hole 93-605. PANGAEA, https://doi.org/10.1594/PANGAEA.232342, Supplement to: Applegate, JL; Wise, SW (1987): Eocene calcareous nannofossils, Deep Sea Drilling Project Site 605, upper continental rise off New Jersey, U.S.A. In: van Hinte, JE; Wise, SW Jr; et al. (eds.), Initial Reports of the Deep Sea Drilling Project, Washington (U.S. Govt. Printing Office), 93, 685-698, https://doi.org/10.2973/dsdp.proc.93.118.1987

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Abstract:
Deep Sea Drilling Project Site 605 recovered a nearly continuous and thick (366 m) lower to middle Eocene carbonate sequence. The diversity of nannofossils is quite high and coccoliths are generally abundant to very abundant. Preservation is moderate in the upper part of the sequence and poor in the lower part, corresponding to a marked decrease in the biogenic silica content. Unrestricted open marine conditions are indicated by the high pelagic content of the section. The proximity to the continent is suggested by the early representatives of Tribrachiatus in CP9a and the occurrence of braarudosphaerids where preservation is moderate. Strict application of the low latitude zonation of Bukry is hindered somewhat in two instances by (1) the apparent absence of the zonal marker Coccolithus crassus in this section, and (2) the unanticipated overlap of the subzonal markers Chiasmolithus gigas and Reticulofenestra umbilica over 53.1 m of section.
Related to:
DSDP (1989): Data from the Deep Sea Drilling Project. Sediment, hard rock and reference files. National Geophysical Data Center, National Environmental Satellite, Data and Information Service, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, U.S. Department of Commerce, 1, CD-ROM
Project(s):
Coverage:
Latitude: 38.742200 * Longitude: -72.609200
Date/Time Start: 1983-06-11T00:00:00 * Date/Time End: 1983-06-11T00:00:00
Minimum DEPTH, sediment/rock: 197.7 m * Maximum DEPTH, sediment/rock: 565.5 m
Event(s):
93-605 * Latitude: 38.742200 * Longitude: -72.609200 * Date/Time: 1983-06-11T00:00:00 * Elevation: -2194.0 m * Penetration: 816.7 m * Recovery: 532 m * Location: North Atlantic * Campaign: Leg93 * Basis: Glomar Challenger * Method/Device: Drilling/drill rig (DRILL) * Comment: 69 cores; 652.8 m cored; 9.6 m drilled; 81.5 % recovery
Comment:
Species abundance: A = abundant (1 to 10 specimens per field of view), C = common (1 specimen per 2 to 10 fields of view), F = few (1 specimen per 11 to 100 fields of view), R = rare (1 specomen per 101 to 1000 fields of view), - = absent, cf. = confere.
Parameter(s):
#NameShort NameUnitPrincipal InvestigatorMethod/DeviceComment
1EpochEpochApplegate, Joseph L
2Nannofossil zoneNannos zoneApplegate, Joseph LNannofossil Zone; Okada & Bukry, 1980zone
3Nannofossil zoneNannos zoneApplegate, Joseph LNannofossil Zone; Okada & Bukry, 1980subzone
4Nannofossil zoneNannos zoneApplegate, Joseph LNannofossil Zone; Martini, 1971
5Lithologic unit/sequenceUnitApplegate, Joseph L
6DEPTH, sediment/rockDepthmGeocode
7Sample code/labelSample labelApplegate, Joseph LDSDP/ODP/IODP sample designation
8Nannofossil abundanceNannos abundApplegate, Joseph LSmear slide analysisVA = very abundant, A = abundant, C = common, F = few, R = rare
9Nannofossils preservationNannos preservApplegate, Joseph LSmear slide analysisG = good, M = moderate, P = poor, E = etching, O = overgrowth
10Braarudosphaera bigelowiiB. bigelowiiApplegate, Joseph LSmear slide analysis
11Braarudosphaera disculaB. disculaApplegate, Joseph LSmear slide analysis
12Blackites spinosisB. spinosisApplegate, Joseph LSmear slide analysis
13Blackites tenuisB. tenuisApplegate, Joseph LSmear slide analysis
14Calcidiscus kingiiC. kingiiApplegate, Joseph LSmear slide analysisgenus questionable
15Campylosphaera delaC. delaApplegate, Joseph LSmear slide analysis
16Cepekiella luminaC. luminaApplegate, Joseph LSmear slide analysis
17Chiasmolithus bidensC. bidensApplegate, Joseph LSmear slide analysis
18Chiasmolithus californicusC. californicusApplegate, Joseph LSmear slide analysis
19Chiasmolithus consuetusC. consuetusApplegate, Joseph LSmear slide analysis
20Chiasmolithus eograndisC. eograndisApplegate, Joseph LSmear slide analysis
21Chiasmolithus expansusC. expansusApplegate, Joseph LSmear slide analysis
22Chiasmolithus gigasC. gigasApplegate, Joseph LSmear slide analysis
23Chiasmolithus grandisC. grandisApplegate, Joseph LSmear slide analysis
24Chiasmolithus solitusC. solitusApplegate, Joseph LSmear slide analysis
25Chiasmolithus titusC. titusApplegate, Joseph LSmear slide analysis
26Chiphragmalithus acanthodesC. acanthodesApplegate, Joseph LSmear slide analysis
27Chiphragmalithus calathusC. calathusApplegate, Joseph LSmear slide analysis
28Coccolithus cribellumC. cribellumApplegate, Joseph LSmear slide analysis
29Coccolithus formosusC. formosusApplegate, Joseph LSmear slide analysis
30Coccolithus pelagicusC. pelagicusApplegate, Joseph LSmear slide analysis
31Coccolithus staurionC. staurionApplegate, Joseph LSmear slide analysis
32Discoaster barbadiensisD. barbadiensisApplegate, Joseph LSmear slide analysis
33Discoaster binodosusD. binodosusApplegate, Joseph LSmear slide analysis
34Discoaster diastypusD. diastypusApplegate, Joseph LSmear slide analysis
35Discoaster distinctusD. distinctusApplegate, Joseph LSmear slide analysis
36Discoaster falcatusD. falcatusApplegate, Joseph LSmear slide analysis
37Discoaster gemmiferD. gemmiferApplegate, Joseph LSmear slide analysis
38Discoaster kuepperiD. kuepperiApplegate, Joseph LSmear slide analysis
39Discoaster lodoensisD. lodoensisApplegate, Joseph LSmear slide analysis
40Discoaster mediosusD. mediosusApplegate, Joseph LSmear slide analysis
41Discoaster mirusD. mirusApplegate, Joseph LSmear slide analysis
42Discoaster multiradiatusD. multiradiatusApplegate, Joseph LSmear slide analysis
43Discoaster saipanensisD. saipanensisApplegate, Joseph LSmear slide analysis
44Discoaster septemradiatusD. septemradiatusApplegate, Joseph LSmear slide analysis
45Discoaster strictusD. strictusApplegate, Joseph LSmear slide analysis
46Discoaster sublodoensisD. sublodoensisApplegate, Joseph LSmear slide analysis
47Discoaster woodringiiD. woodringiiApplegate, Joseph LSmear slide analysis
48Discoaster nobilisD. nobilisApplegate, Joseph LSmear slide analysis
49Discolithina rimosaD. rimosaApplegate, Joseph LSmear slide analysis
50Ellipsolithus distichusE. distichusApplegate, Joseph LSmear slide analysis
51Ellipsolithus macellusE. macellusApplegate, Joseph LSmear slide analysis
52Fasciculithus schaubiiF. schaubiiApplegate, Joseph LSmear slide analysis
53Fasciculithus tympaniformisF. tympaniformisApplegate, Joseph LSmear slide analysis
54Helicosphaera lophotaH. lophotaApplegate, Joseph LSmear slide analysis
55Helicosphaera seminulumH. seminulumApplegate, Joseph LSmear slide analysis
56Helicosphaera sp.Helicosphaera sp.Applegate, Joseph LSmear slide analysis
57Markalius inversusM. inversusApplegate, Joseph LSmear slide analysis
58Nannotetrina cristataN. cristataApplegate, Joseph LSmear slide analysis
59Nannotetrina quadrataN. quadrataApplegate, Joseph LSmear slide analysis
60Neococcolithes dubiusN. dubiusApplegate, Joseph LSmear slide analysis
61Neococcolithes protenusN. protenusApplegate, Joseph LSmear slide analysis
62Pontosphaera pulchraP. pulchraApplegate, Joseph LSmear slide analysis
63Pontosphaera multiporaP. multiporaApplegate, Joseph LSmear slide analysis
64Pontosphaera planaP. planaApplegate, Joseph LSmear slide analysis
65Reticulofenestra dictyodaR. dictyodaApplegate, Joseph LSmear slide analysis
66Reticulofenestra samoduroviiR. samoduroviiApplegate, Joseph LSmear slide analysis
67Reticulofenestra umbilicusR. umbilicusApplegate, Joseph LSmear slide analysis
68Reticulofenestra sp.Reticulofenestra sp.Applegate, Joseph LSmear slide analysis
69Rhabdosphaera inflataR. inflataApplegate, Joseph LSmear slide analysis
70Rhabdosphaera morionumR. morionumApplegate, Joseph LSmear slide analysis
71Sphenolithus anarrhopusS. anarrhopusApplegate, Joseph LSmear slide analysis
72Sphenolithus conspicuusS. conspicuusApplegate, Joseph LSmear slide analysis
73Sphenolithus editusS. editusApplegate, Joseph LSmear slide analysis
74Sphenolithus furcatolithoidesS. furcatolithoidesApplegate, Joseph LSmear slide analysis
75Sphenolithus moriformisS. moriformisApplegate, Joseph LSmear slide analysis
76Sphenolithus primusS. primusApplegate, Joseph LSmear slide analysis
77Sphenolithus radiansS. radiansApplegate, Joseph LSmear slide analysis
78Sphenolithus spinigerS. spinigerApplegate, Joseph LSmear slide analysis
79Toweius callosusT. callosusApplegate, Joseph LSmear slide analysis
80Toweius eminensT. eminensApplegate, Joseph LSmear slide analysis
81Toweius gammationT. gammationApplegate, Joseph LSmear slide analysis
82Toweius pertususT. pertususApplegate, Joseph LSmear slide analysis
83Tribrachiatus bramletteiT. bramletteiApplegate, Joseph LSmear slide analysis
84Tribrachiatus contortusT. contortusApplegate, Joseph LSmear slide analysis
85Tribrachiatus orthostylusT. orthostylusApplegate, Joseph LSmear slide analysis
86Zygolithus chiastusZ. chiastusApplegate, Joseph LSmear slide analysis
87Zygrhablithus bijugatusZ. bijugatusApplegate, Joseph LSmear slide analysis
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