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Pospichal, James J; Wise, Sherwood W (1990): (Table 2) Distribution of calcareous nannofossils in the Paleocene of ODP Hole 113-689B. PANGAEA, https://doi.org/10.1594/PANGAEA.753316, In supplement to: Pospichal, JJ; Wise, SW (1990): Paleocene to middle Eocene calcareous nannofossils of ODP Sites 689 and 690, Maud Rise, Weddell Sea. In: Barker, PF; Kennett, JP; et al. (eds.), Proceedings of the Ocean Drilling Program, Scientific Results, College Station, TX (Ocean Drilling Program), 113, 613-638, https://doi.org/10.2973/odp.proc.sr.113.205.1990

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Coverage:
Latitude: -64.517000 * Longitude: 3.099900
Date/Time Start: 1987-01-16T08:00:00 * Date/Time End: 1987-01-18T06:45:00
Minimum DEPTH, sediment/rock: 207.50 m * Maximum DEPTH, sediment/rock: 233.42 m
Event(s):
113-689B * Latitude: -64.517000 * Longitude: 3.099900 * Date/Time Start: 1987-01-16T08:00:00 * Date/Time End: 1987-01-18T06:45:00 * Elevation: -2091.0 m * Penetration: 297.3 m * Recovery: 229.45 m * Location: South Atlantic Ocean * Campaign: Leg113 * Basis: Joides Resolution * Device: Drilling/drill rig (DRILL) * Comment: 33 cores; 297.3 m cored; 0 m drilled; 77.2 % recovery
Comment:
Relative individual species abundance: V = very abundant (>10 specimens/field of view). A = abundant (1-10 specimens/field ov view), C = common (1 specimen/2-10 fields of view), F = few (1 specimen/11-100 fields of view), R = rare (1 specimen/101-1000 fields of view), P = present (only 1 specimen observed/slide). Reworked specimens are denoted by lower case letter.
Parameter(s):
#NameShort NameUnitPrincipal InvestigatorMethodComment
1EpochEpochPospichal, James J
2Nannofossil zoneNannos zonePospichal, James J
3Sample code/labelSample labelPospichal, James JODP sample designation
4DEPTH, sediment/rockDepthmGeocode
5Nannofossil abundanceNannos abundPospichal, James JSmear slide analysisV = very abundant (10 nannofossils/field of view), A = abundant (1-10 nannofossils/field of view), C = common (1 nannofossil/2 fields of view)
6Nannofossils preservationNannos preservPospichal, James JSmear slide analysisG = good, M = moderate, P = poor
7Biscutum castrorumB. castrorumPospichal, James JSmear slide analysis
8Biscutum neocoronumB. neocoronumPospichal, James JSmear slide analysisgenus questionable
9Biscutum sp.Biscutum sp.Pospichal, James JSmear slide analysis
10Chiasmolithus bidensC. bidensPospichal, James JSmear slide analysis
11Chiasmolithus danicusC. danicusPospichal, James JSmear slide analysis
12Chiasmolithus sp.Chiasmolithus sp.Pospichal, James JSmear slide analysis
13Coccolithus cavusC. cavusPospichal, James JSmear slide analysis
14Coccolithus pelagicusC. pelagicusPospichal, James JSmear slide analysis
15Coccolithus sp.Coccolithus sp.Pospichal, James JSmear slide analysiscf. C. pelagicus
16Cruciplacolithus edwardsiiC. edwardsiiPospichal, James JSmear slide analysis
17Cruciplacolithus primusC. primusPospichal, James JSmear slide analysis
18Cruciplacolithus tenuisC. tenuisPospichal, James JSmear slide analysis
19Cyclagelosphaera reinhardtiiC. reinhardtiiPospichal, James JSmear slide analysis
20Discoaster lenticularisD. lenticularisPospichal, James JSmear slide analysis
21Discoaster mediosusD. mediosusPospichal, James JSmear slide analysis
22Discoaster mohleriD. mohleriPospichal, James JSmear slide analysis
23Discoaster multiradiatusD. multiradiatusPospichal, James JSmear slide analysis
24Discoaster praebifaxD. praebifaxPospichal, James JSmear slide analysis
25Discoaster sp.Discoaster sp.Pospichal, James JSmear slide analysis
26Ellipsolithus distichusE. distichusPospichal, James JSmear slide analysis
27Fasciculithus involutusF. involutusPospichal, James JSmear slide analysis
28Fasciculithus tympaniformisF. tympaniformisPospichal, James JSmear slide analysis
29Fasciculithus sp.Fasciculithus sp.Pospichal, James JSmear slide analysis
30Heliolithus cantabriaeH. cantabriaePospichal, James JSmear slide analysis
31Heliolithus riedeliiH. riedeliiPospichal, James JSmear slide analysis
32Heliolithus universusH. universusPospichal, James JSmear slide analysis
33Hornibrookina australisH. australisPospichal, James JSmear slide analysis
34Hornibrookina edwardsiiH. edwardsiiPospichal, James JSmear slide analysis
35Hornibrookina teuriensisH. teuriensisPospichal, James JSmear slide analysis
36Lapideacassis sp.Lapideacassis sp.Pospichal, James JSmear slide analysis
37Markalius apertusM. apertusPospichal, James JSmear slide analysis
38Markalius inversusM. inversusPospichal, James JSmear slide analysis
39Neochiastozygus cearaeN. cearaePospichal, James JSmear slide analysis
40Neochiastozygus distentusN. distentusPospichal, James JSmear slide analysis
41Neochiastozygus eosaepesN. eosaepesPospichal, James JSmear slide analysis
42Neochiastozygus junctusN. junctusPospichal, James JSmear slide analysis
43Neochiastozygus sp.Neochiastozygus sp.Pospichal, James JSmear slide analysis
44Neococcolithes dubiusN. dubiusPospichal, James JSmear slide analysis
45Neococcolithes protenusN. protenusPospichal, James JSmear slide analysis
46Neocrepidolithus cruciatusN. cruciatusPospichal, James JSmear slide analysis
47Neocrepidolithus sp.Neocrepidolithus sp.Pospichal, James JSmear slide analysis
48Pontosphaera sp.Pontosphaera sp.Pospichal, James JSmear slide analysis
49Prinsius bisulcusP. bisulcusPospichal, James JSmear slide analysis
50Prinsius dimorphosusP. dimorphosusPospichal, James JSmear slide analysis
51Prinsius martiniiP. martiniiPospichal, James JSmear slide analysis
52Sphenolithus moriformisS. moriformisPospichal, James JSmear slide analysis
53Thoracosphaera crassaT. crassaPospichal, James JSmear slide analysis
54Thoracosphaera operculataT. operculataPospichal, James JSmear slide analysis
55Toweius callosusT. callosusPospichal, James JSmear slide analysis
56Toweius craticulusT. craticulusPospichal, James JSmear slide analysis
57Toweius eminensT. eminensPospichal, James JSmear slide analysis
58Toweius selandianusT. selandianusPospichal, James JSmear slide analysis
59Toweius tovaeT. tovaePospichal, James JSmear slide analysis
60Zygodiscus herlyniiZ. herlyniiPospichal, James JSmear slide analysis
61Zygodiscus sigmoidesZ. sigmoidesPospichal, James JSmear slide analysis
62Zygrhablithus bijugatusZ. bijugatusPospichal, James JSmear slide analysis
63Acuturris scotusA. scotusPospichal, James JSmear slide analysisreworked mesozoic taxa
64Ahmuellerella octoradiataA. octoradiataPospichal, James JSmear slide analysisreworked mesozoic taxa
65Arkhangelskiella spp.Arkhangelskiella spp.Pospichal, James JSmear slide analysisreworked mesozoic taxa
66Biscutum magnumB. magnumPospichal, James JSmear slide analysisreworked mesozoic taxa
67Chiastozygus sp.Chiastozygus sp.Pospichal, James JSmear slide analysisreworked mesozoic taxa
68Cretarhabdus conicusC. conicusPospichal, James JSmear slide analysisreworked mesozoic taxa
69Cribrosphaerella daniaeC. daniaePospichal, James JSmear slide analysisreworked mesozoic taxa
70Cribrosphaerella ehrenbergiiC. ehrenbergiiPospichal, James JSmear slide analysisreworked mesozoic taxa
71Eiffellithus turriseiffeliiE. turriseiffeliiPospichal, James JSmear slide analysisreworked mesozoic taxa
72Gartnerago spp.Gartnerago spp.Pospichal, James JSmear slide analysisreworked mesozoic taxa
73Kamptnerius magnificusK. magnificusPospichal, James JSmear slide analysisreworked mesozoic taxa
74Lucianorhabdus sp.Lucianorhabdus sp.Pospichal, James JSmear slide analysisreworked mesozoic taxa
75Nephrolithus frequensN. frequensPospichal, James JSmear slide analysisreworked mesozoic taxa
76Prediscosphaera cretaceaP. cretaceaPospichal, James JSmear slide analysisreworked mesozoic taxa
77Prediscosphaera spinosaP. spinosaPospichal, James JSmear slide analysisreworked mesozoic taxa
78Prediscosphaera stoveriP. stoveriPospichal, James JSmear slide analysisreworked mesozoic taxa
79Reinhardtites levisR. levisPospichal, James JSmear slide analysisreworked mesozoic taxa
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