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Holbourn, Ann; Kuhnt, Wolfgang; Simo, J A; Li, Qianyu (2004): (Table 3) Distribution of benthic foraminifers in middle Miocene sediments of ODP Hole 182-1134A in the Great Australian Bight. PANGAEA, https://doi.org/10.1594/PANGAEA.695119, In supplement to: Holbourn, A et al. (2004): Middle Miocene isotope stratigraphy and paleoceanographic evolution of the northwest and southwest Australian margins (Wombat Plateau and Great Australian Bight). Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology, 208(1-2), 1-22, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.palaeo.2004.02.003

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Coverage:
Latitude: -33.528730 * Longitude: 127.264000
Date/Time Start: 1998-12-01T04:30:00 * Date/Time End: 1998-12-03T13:35:00
Minimum DEPTH, sediment/rock: 131.8 m * Maximum DEPTH, sediment/rock: 144.6 m
Event(s):
182-1134A * Latitude: -33.528730 * Longitude: 127.264000 * Date/Time Start: 1998-12-01T04:30:00 * Date/Time End: 1998-12-03T13:35:00 * Elevation: -701.0 m * Penetration: 397.1 m * Recovery: 195.54 m * Location: Great Australian Bight * Campaign: Leg182 * Basis: Joides Resolution * Device: Drilling/drill rig (DRILL) * Comment: 43 cores; 397.1 m cored; 0 m drilled; 49.2 % recovery
Parameter(s):
#NameShort NameUnitPrincipal InvestigatorMethodComment
1DEPTH, sediment/rockDepthmGeocode
2Sample code/labelSample labelHolbourn, AnnODP sample designation
3Allomorphina pacificaA. pacifica%Holbourn, AnnCounting >250 µm fraction
4Anomalinoides semicribratusA. semicribratus%Holbourn, AnnCounting >250 µm fraction
5Astacolus spp.Astacolus spp.%Holbourn, AnnCounting >250 µm fraction
6Bulimina spp.Bulimina spp.%Holbourn, AnnCounting >250 µm fraction
7Cibicides lobatulusC. lobatulus%Holbourn, AnnCounting >250 µm fraction
8Cibicides refulgensC. refulgens%Holbourn, AnnCounting >250 µm fraction
9Cibicidoides alazanensisC. alazanensis%Holbourn, AnnCounting >250 µm fraction
10Cibicidoides havanensisC. havanensis%Holbourn, AnnCounting >250 µm fraction
11Cibicides pachydermaC. pachyderma%Holbourn, AnnCounting >250 µm fraction
12Cribrostomoides spp.Cribrostomoides spp.%Holbourn, AnnCounting >250 µm fraction
13Eggerella bradyiE. bradyi%Holbourn, AnnCounting >250 µm fraction
14Fissurina spp.Fissurina spp.%Holbourn, AnnCounting >250 µm fraction
15Gaudryina spp.Gaudryina spp.%Holbourn, AnnCounting >250 µm fraction
16Globocassidulina subglobosaG. subglobosa%Holbourn, AnnCounting >250 µm fraction
17Gyroidinoides spp.Gyroidinoides spp.%Holbourn, AnnCounting >250 µm fraction
18Karreriella bradyiK. bradyi%Holbourn, AnnCounting >250 µm fraction
19Laevidentalina spp.Laevidentalina spp.%Holbourn, AnnCounting >250 µm fraction
20Laticarinina pauperataL. pauperata%Holbourn, AnnCounting >250 µm fraction
21Lenticulina spp.Lenticulina spp.%Holbourn, AnnCounting >250 µm fraction
22Marginulina spp.Marginulina spp.%Holbourn, AnnCounting >250 µm fraction
23Marssonella spp.Marssonella spp.%Holbourn, AnnCounting >250 µm fraction
24Martinottiella communisM. communis%Holbourn, AnnCounting >250 µm fraction
25Melonis spp.Melonis spp.%Holbourn, AnnCounting >250 µm fraction
26Miliammina sp.Miliammina sp.%Holbourn, AnnCounting >250 µm fraction
27Oolina spp.Oolina spp.%Holbourn, AnnCounting >250 µm fraction
28Oridorsalis umbonatusO. umbonatus%Holbourn, AnnCounting >250 µm fraction
29Osangularia culterO. culter%Holbourn, AnnCounting >250 µm fraction
30Parafissurina lateralisP. lateralis%Holbourn, AnnCounting >250 µm fraction
31Planulina wuellerstorfiP. wuellerstorfi%Holbourn, AnnCounting >250 µm fraction
32Pleurostomella alternansP. alternans%Holbourn, AnnCounting >250 µm fraction
33Pleurostomella brevisP. brevis%Holbourn, AnnCounting >250 µm fraction
34Foraminifera, benthic indeterminataForam bent indet%Holbourn, AnnCounting >250 µm fractionPolymorphinid indet
35Pseudonodosaria humilisP. humilis%Holbourn, AnnCounting >250 µm fraction
36Pullenia bulloidesP. bulloides%Holbourn, AnnCounting >250 µm fraction
37Pullenia quinquelobaP. quinqueloba%Holbourn, AnnCounting >250 µm fraction
38Pyramidulina spp.Pyramidulina spp.%Holbourn, AnnCounting >250 µm fraction
39Pyrgo spp.Pyrgo spp.%Holbourn, AnnCounting >250 µm fraction
40Quinqueloculina sp.Quinqueloculina sp.%Holbourn, AnnCounting >250 µm fraction
41Rectuvigerina spp.Rectuvigerina spp.%Holbourn, AnnCounting >250 µm fraction
42Rosalina spp.Rosalina spp.%Holbourn, AnnCounting >250 µm fraction
43Saracenaria sp.Saracenaria sp.%Holbourn, AnnCounting >250 µm fraction
44Sigmoilopsis schlumbergeriS. schlumbergeri%Holbourn, AnnCounting >250 µm fraction
45Siphonina tenuicarinataS. tenuicarinata%Holbourn, AnnCounting >250 µm fraction
46Sphaeroidina bulloidesS. bulloides%Holbourn, AnnCounting >250 µm fraction
47Spirillina spp.Spirillina spp.%Holbourn, AnnCounting >250 µm fraction
48Spiroloculina spp.Spiroloculina spp.%Holbourn, AnnCounting >250 µm fraction
49Stilostomella spp.Stilostomella spp.%Holbourn, AnnCounting >250 µm fraction
50Textularia sp.Textularia sp.%Holbourn, AnnCounting >250 µm fraction
51Tritaxis spp.Tritaxis spp.%Holbourn, AnnCounting >250 µm fraction
52Vaginulinopsis sp.Vaginulinopsis sp.%Holbourn, AnnCounting >250 µm fraction
53Vulvulina spinosaV. spinosa%Holbourn, AnnCounting >250 µm fraction
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