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Lang, Thomas H (1986): (Table 4) Distribution of nannofossils in DSDP Hole 87-583D [dataset]. PANGAEA,, In supplement to: Lang, TH (1986): Calcareous nannofossils from the Nankai Trough and Japan Trench, Deep Sea Drilling Project Leg 87. In: Kagami, H; Karig, DE; Coulbourn, WT; et al. (eds.), Initial Reports of the Deep Sea Drilling Project, Washington (U.S. Govt. Printing Office), 87, 573-585,

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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
Latitude: 31.829300 * Longitude: 133.859000
Date/Time Start: 1982-07-08T00:00:00 * Date/Time End: 1982-07-08T00:00:00
Minimum DEPTH, sediment/rock: 47.00 m * Maximum DEPTH, sediment/rock: 321.62 m
87-583D * Latitude: 31.829300 * Longitude: 133.859000 * Date/Time: 1982-07-08T00:00:00 * Elevation: -4676.0 m * Penetration: 326.6 m * Recovery: 69.8 m * Location: North Pacific * Campaign: Leg87 * Basis: Glomar Challenger * Method/Device: Drilling/drill rig (DRILL) * Comment: 28 cores; 270.2 m cored; 56.4 m drilled; 25.9 % recovery
Species abundance: A = abundant (1-10 specimens per field of view at 1000X), C = common (1 specimen in 2-10 fields of view), F = few (1 specimen in 11-100 fields of view), R = rare (1 specimen in 101-1000 fields of view). - = absent.
#NameShort NameUnitPrincipal InvestigatorMethod/DeviceComment
1EpochEpochLang, Thomas H
2Nannofossil zoneNannos zoneLang, Thomas H
3DEPTH, sediment/rockDepth sedmGeocode
4Sample code/labelSample labelLang, Thomas HDSDP/ODP/IODP sample designation
5Nannofossil abundanceNannos abundLang, Thomas HAbundance estimateB = barren (no nannofossils present), R = rare (1 nannofossil in 2-10 fields of view at 1560X), F = few (1-10 nannofossils per field), C = common (10-100 nannofossils per field)
6Nannofossils preservationNannos preservLang, Thomas HVG = very good, G = good, M = moderate, P = poor
7Braarudosphaera bigelowiiB. bigelowiiLang, Thomas HAbundance estimate
8Calcidiscus leptoporusC. leptoporusLang, Thomas HAbundance estimate
9Calcidiscus macintyreiC. macintyreiLang, Thomas HAbundance estimate
10Ceratolithus cristatusC. cristatusLang, Thomas HAbundance estimate
11Coccolithus pelagicusC. pelagicusLang, Thomas HAbundance estimate
12Crenalithus doronicoidesC. doronicoidesLang, Thomas HAbundance estimate
13Cricolithus jonesiiC. jonesiiLang, Thomas HAbundance estimate
14Discoaster brouweriD. brouweriLang, Thomas HAbundance estimate
15Discoaster pentaradiatusD. pentaradiatusLang, Thomas HAbundance estimate
16Discoaster surculusD. surculusLang, Thomas HAbundance estimate
17Emiliania huxleyiE. huxleyiLang, Thomas HAbundance estimate
18Gephyrocapsa caribbeanicaG. caribbeanicaLang, Thomas HAbundance estimate
19Gephyrocapsa oceanicaG. oceanicaLang, Thomas HAbundance estimate
20Helicosphaera carteriH. carteriLang, Thomas HAbundance estimate
21Helicosphaera selliiH. selliiLang, Thomas HAbundance estimate
22Pontosphaera japonicaP. japonicaLang, Thomas HAbundance estimate
23Pontosphaera sp.Pontosphaera sp.Lang, Thomas HAbundance estimatecf. P. multipora
24Reticulofenestra pseudoumbilicusR. pseudoumbilicusLang, Thomas HAbundance estimate
25Rhabdosphaera clavigeraR. clavigeraLang, Thomas HAbundance estimate
26Scapholithus fossilisS. fossilisLang, Thomas HAbundance estimate
27Sphenolithus sp.Sphenolithus sp.Lang, Thomas HAbundance estimate
28Syracosphaera pulchraS. pulchraLang, Thomas HAbundance estimate
29Umbilicosphaera mirabilisU. mirabilisLang, Thomas HAbundance estimate
30Pseudoemiliania lacunosaP. lacunosaLang, Thomas HAbundance estimate
31Cyclococcolithus sp.Cyclococcolithus sp.Lang, Thomas HAbundance estimategenus questionable
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