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Kurihara, Kenji; Kennett, James P (1992): (Table 5) Distribution of benthic foraminifera in Neogene sediments of DSDP Site 21-206 in the southwest Pacific. PANGAEA, https://doi.org/10.1594/PANGAEA.686702, In supplement to: Kurihara, K; Kennett, JP (1992): Paleoceanographic significance of Neogene benthic foraminiferal changes in a southwest Pacific bathyal depth transect. Marine Micropaleontology, 19(3), 181-199, https://doi.org/10.1016/0377-8398(92)90028-I

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Coverage:
Latitude: -32.012500 * Longitude: 165.452500
Date/Time Start: 1971-11-30T00:00:00 * Date/Time End: 1971-11-30T00:00:00
Minimum Elevation: -3196.0 m * Maximum Elevation: -3196.0 m
Event(s):
21-206 * Latitude: -32.012500 * Longitude: 165.452500 * Date/Time: 1971-11-30T00:00:00 * Elevation: -3196.0 m * Penetration: 416 m * Recovery: 243.5 m * Location: South Pacific/Tasman Sea/BASIN * Campaign: Leg21 * Basis: Glomar Challenger * Device: Drilling/drill rig (DRILL) * Comment: 45 cores; 400 m cored; 0 m drilled; 60.9 % recovery
Comment:
Distribution with a maximum frequency of 5% or more. The geologic age in Kennett (1986) doi:10.2973/dsdp.proc.90.142.1986 has been recalculated using the ages given to the calcareous nannofossil (NN) zonal boundaries by Berggren et al. (1985) doi:10.1130/0016-7606(1985)96<1407:CG>2.0.CO;2
Parameter(s):
#NameShort NameUnitPrincipal InvestigatorMethodComment
1AGEAgeka BPGeocode
2EpochEpochKurihara, Kenji
3Sample code/labelSample labelKurihara, KenjiODP sample designation
4Bolivina decussataB. decussata%Kurihara, KenjiCounting >63 µm fraction
5Bolivina pusillaB. pusilla%Kurihara, KenjiCounting >63 µm fraction
6Bolivina seminudaB. seminuda%Kurihara, KenjiCounting >63 µm fraction
7Bolivina sp.Bolivina sp.%Kurihara, KenjiCounting >63 µm fractionvar. D
8Bulimina rostrataB. rostrata%Kurihara, KenjiCounting >63 µm fraction
9Bulimina truncanaB. truncana%Kurihara, KenjiCounting >63 µm fraction
10Virgulopsis sp.Virgulopsis sp.%Kurihara, KenjiCounting >63 µm fraction
11Uvigerina peregrinaU. peregrina%Kurihara, KenjiCounting >63 µm fraction
12Uvigerina sp.Uvigerina sp.%Kurihara, KenjiCounting >63 µm fractionvar. A
13Epistominella exiguaE. exigua%Kurihara, KenjiCounting >63 µm fraction
14Epistominella rotundaE. rotunda%Kurihara, KenjiCounting >63 µm fraction
15Epistominella rugosaE. rugosa%Kurihara, KenjiCounting >63 µm fraction
16Epistominella umboniferaE. umbonifera%Kurihara, KenjiCounting >63 µm fraction
17Stetsonia sp.Stetsonia sp.%Kurihara, KenjiCounting >63 µm fractionvar. A
18Cassidulina carinataC. carinata%Kurihara, KenjiCounting >63 µm fraction
19Cassidulina sp.Cassidulina sp.%Kurihara, KenjiCounting >63 µm fractionvar. A
20Cassidulina sp.Cassidulina sp.%Kurihara, KenjiCounting >63 µm fractionvar. B
21Cassidulina sp.Cassidulina sp.%Kurihara, KenjiCounting >63 µm fractionvar. C
22Globocassidulina subglobosaG. subglobosa%Kurihara, KenjiCounting >63 µm fraction
23Pullenia osloensisP. osloensis%Kurihara, KenjiCounting >63 µm fraction
24Pullenia sp.Pullenia sp.%Kurihara, KenjiCounting >63 µm fractionvar. A
25Gyroidina sp.Gyroidina sp.%Kurihara, KenjiCounting >63 µm fractionvar. A
26Oridorsalis umbonatusO. umbonatus%Kurihara, KenjiCounting >63 µm fraction
27Anomalinoides sp.Anomalinoides sp.%Kurihara, KenjiCounting >63 µm fraction
28Cibicidoides wuellerstorfiC. wuellerstorfi%Kurihara, KenjiCounting >63 µm fraction
29Melonis pompilioidesM. pompilioides%Kurihara, KenjiCounting >63 µm fraction
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