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Onodera, Jonaotaro; Takahashi, Kozo (2012): Abundances and contents of major silicoflagellates from IODP Holes of Exp302. PANGAEA,, Supplement to: Onodera, J; Takahashi, K (2009): Taxonomy and biostratigraphy of middle Eocene silicoflagellates in the central Arctic Basin. Micropaleontology, 55(2-3), 209-248

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The silicoflagellate taxa obtained in IODP Expedition 302 (ACEX) were identified and counted in order to establish the silicoflagellate biostratigraphy in the central Arctic Ocean. These microfossils in the ACEX samples were preserved in the Lithology Units 1/6 and 2, which are dark silty clay and biosiliceous ooze, respectively. The silicoflagellate skeletons in the ACEX samples are assigned to 56 taxa. Seven taxa were described as new species, which were abundant in Lithology Unit 2. Comparison with several study cases outside the Eocene Arctic Ocean suggested that the silicoflagellate assemblages in ACEX were unique in Lithology Unit 2. The dominance of silicoflagellate taxa varied throughout the lithological section. Based on the cluster analysis by Morishita similarity index C(Lambda), the silicoflagellate assemblageswere divided into nine assemblage groups. The silicoflagellate datum event of the first occurrence of Corbisema hexacantha in the lower part of Lithology Unit 1/6 is regarded. Based on the datum events for silicoflagellate and palynomorphs, the assigned epoch of Lithology Units 1/6 and 2 is the middle Eocene.
Median Latitude: 87.893880 * Median Longitude: 137.771180 * South-bound Latitude: 87.866580 * West-bound Longitude: 136.177350 * North-bound Latitude: 87.921180 * East-bound Longitude: 139.365010
Date/Time Start: 2004-08-19T00:00:00 * Date/Time End: 2004-08-27T00:00:00
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