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Weber, Mysti; Pisias, Nicklas G (2006): (Table T1) Radiolarian species ranges in sediments of ODP Site 202-1237. PANGAEA,, In supplement to: Weber, M; Pisias, NG (2006): Data report: Radiolarian biostratigraphy, ODP Leg 202, Site 1237. In: Tiedemann, R; Mix, AC; Richter, C; Ruddiman, WF (eds.) Proceedings of the Ocean Drilling Program, Scientific Results, College Station, TX (Ocean Drilling Program), 202, 1-29,

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Latitude: -16.007017 * Longitude: -76.378083
Date/Time Start: 2002-04-26T00:00:00 * Date/Time End: 2002-04-26T00:00:00
Minimum DEPTH, sediment/rock: 0.59 m * Maximum DEPTH, sediment/rock: 169.10 m
202-1237 * Latitude: -16.007017 * Longitude: -76.378083 * Date/Time: 2002-04-26T00:00:00 * Elevation: -3212.3 m * Penetration: 896.2 m * Recovery: 771 m * Location: South Pacific Ocean * Campaign: Leg202 * Basis: Joides Resolution * Device: Composite Core (COMPCORE) * Comment: 79 cores; 744.7 m cored; 151.5 m drilled; 103.5 % recovery
The radiolarian species presence and abundance was recorded as follows: R = rare (<10 specimens), X = present (10 -100 specimens), C = common (>100-200 specimens), A = abundant, (>200 specimens), and - = looked for but not found. Depth (sediment) is given in mbsf.
#NameShort NameUnitPrincipal InvestigatorMethodComment
1Sample code/labelSample labelWeber, MystiODP sample designation
2Radiolarian zoneRadiolarian zoneWeber, Mysti
3DEPTH, sediment/rockDepthmGeocode
4Depth, compositeDepth compmcdWeber, MystiIntercore correlation
5AGEAgeka BPGeocode
6Radiolarians abundanceRad abundWeber, MystiAbundance estimate1 = very poor, 2 = poor, 3 = fair, 4 = good, 5 = very good
7Radiolarian preservationRad preservWeber, Mysti1 = very poor, 2 = poor, 3 = fair, 4 = good, 5 = very good
8Index of species diversityISDWeber, MystiDiversity estimated: 1 = 29 species, 2 = 30 species, 3 = 40 species, 4 = 50 species, 5 = 90 species
9Pterocorys hertwigiiP. hertwigiiWeber, MystiAbundance estimate
10Collosphaera tuberosaC. tuberosaWeber, MystiAbundance estimate
11Lamprocyrtis nigriniaeL. nigriniaeWeber, MystiAbundance estimate
12Theocorythium trachelium tracheliumT. trach tracheWeber, MystiAbundance estimate
13Cycladophora davisianaC. davisianaWeber, MystiAbundance estimate
14Pterocanium eucolpumP. eucolpumWeber, MystiAbundance estimate
15Didymocyrtis tetrathalamusD. tetrathalamusWeber, MystiAbundance estimate
16Anthocyrtidium ophirenseA. ophirenseWeber, MystiAbundance estimate
17Botryostrobus aquilionarisB. aquilionarisWeber, Mysti
18Axoprunum stauraxoniumA. stauraxoniumWeber, MystiAbundance estimate
19Stylatractus universusS. universusWeber, MystiAbundance estimate
20Lamprocyrtis neoheteroporosL. neoheteroporosWeber, MystiAbundance estimate
21Anthocyrtidium nosicaaeA. nosicaaeWeber, MystiAbundance estimate
22Lamprocyrtis heteroporosL. heteroporosWeber, MystiAbundance estimate
23Theocorythium vetulumT. vetulumWeber, MystiAbundance estimate
24Didymocyrtis avitaD. avitaWeber, MystiAbundance estimate
25Anthocyrtidium pliocenicaA. pliocenicaWeber, MystiAbundance estimate
26Stichocorys peregrinaS. peregrinaWeber, MystiAbundance estimate
27Anthocyrtidium prolatumA. prolatumWeber, MystiAbundance estimate
28Phormostichoartus fistulaP. fistulaWeber, MystiAbundance estimate
29Botryostrobus bramletteiB. bramletteiWeber, MystiAbundance estimate
30Didymocyrtis penultimaD. penultimaWeber, MystiAbundance estimate
31Anthocyrtidium ehrenbergiiA. ehrenbergiiWeber, MystiAbundance estimate
32Stichocorys delmontensisS. delmontensisWeber, MystiAbundance estimate
33Didymocyrtis antepenultimaD. antepenultimaWeber, MystiAbundance estimate
34Diartus hughesiD. hughesiWeber, MystiAbundance estimate
35Diartus petterssoniD. petterssoniWeber, MystiAbundance estimate
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