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Staerker, Thomas Scott (1994): (Table 6) Pleistocene nannofossil range chart for ODP Hole 134-830A. PANGAEA, https://doi.org/10.1594/PANGAEA.787926, In supplement to: Staerker, TS (1994): Calcareous nannofossil biostratigraphy: Evidence for thrust faulting an sediment mixing in the accretionary complex ofthe central New Hebrides Island Arc. In: Green, HG; Collot, J-Y; Stokking, LB; et al. (eds.), Proceedings of the Ocean Drilling Program, Scientific Results, College Station, TX (Ocean Drilling Program), 134, 179-245, https://doi.org/10.2973/odp.proc.sr.134.009.1994

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Coverage:
Latitude: -15.950000 * Longitude: 166.780000
Date/Time Start: 1990-11-06T02:30:00 * Date/Time End: 1990-11-06T22:00:00
Minimum DEPTH, sediment/rock: 0.60 m * Maximum DEPTH, sediment/rock: 58.28 m
Event(s):
134-830A * Latitude: -15.950000 * Longitude: 166.780000 * Date/Time Start: 1990-11-06T02:30:00 * Date/Time End: 1990-11-06T22:00:00 * Elevation: -1030.0 m * Penetration: 96.9 m * Recovery: 53.77 m * Location: Coral Sea * Campaign: Leg134 * Basis: Joides Resolution * Device: Drilling/drill rig (DRILL) * Comment: 11 core; 96.9 m cored; 0 m drilled; 55.5 % recovery
Comment:
Species abundance: H = highly abundant: 101-1000 specimens per field of view; V = very abundant: 11-100 specimens per field of view; A = abundant: 1-10 specimens per field of view; C = common: 1 specimen per 2 to 10 fields of view; F = few: 1 specimen per 11 to 100 fields of view; R = rare: 1 specimen per 101 to 1000 fields of view; S = sparse (? not defined by author), - 0 = absent. Small case letters = reworked.
Parameter(s):
#NameShort NameUnitPrincipal InvestigatorMethodComment
1EpochEpochStaerker, Thomas Scott
2Lithologic unit/sequenceUnitStaerker, Thomas Scott
3Nannofossil zoneNannos zoneStaerker, Thomas Scott
4Sample code/labelSample labelStaerker, Thomas ScottODP sample designation
5DEPTH, sediment/rockDepthmGeocode
6Nannofossil abundanceNannos abundStaerker, Thomas ScottSmear slide analysisA = abundant (>50%); C = common (10% - 50%); F = few (1% - 10%); R = rare (<1%); B = barren
7Nannofossils preservationNannos preservStaerker, Thomas ScottSmear slide analysisE = excellent; G = good; F = fair; P = poor, M = mixed
8Calcidiscus leptoporusC. leptoporusStaerker, Thomas ScottSmear slide analysis
9Ceratolithus sp.Ceratolithus sp.Staerker, Thomas ScottSmear slide analysis
10Ceratolithus telesmusC. telesmusStaerker, Thomas ScottSmear slide analysis
11Cyclicargolithus floridanusC. floridanusStaerker, Thomas ScottSmear slide analysis
12Dictyococcites sp.Dictyococcites sp.Staerker, Thomas ScottSmear slide analysis
13Discoaster sp.Discoaster sp.Staerker, Thomas ScottSmear slide analysis
14Discoaster brouweriD. brouweriStaerker, Thomas ScottSmear slide analysis
15Discoaster pentaradiatusD. pentaradiatusStaerker, Thomas ScottSmear slide analysis
16Discoaster variabilisD. variabilisStaerker, Thomas ScottSmear slide analysis
17Discosphaera tubiferD. tubiferStaerker, Thomas ScottSmear slide analysis
18Emiliania huxleyiE. huxleyiStaerker, Thomas ScottSmear slide analysis
19Gephyrocapsa spp., smallGephyrocapsa spp. smallStaerker, Thomas ScottSmear slide analysis<3.5 µm
20Gephyrocapsa oceanicaG. oceanicaStaerker, Thomas ScottSmear slide analysis4-5.5 µm
21Helicosphaera kamptneriH. kamptneriStaerker, Thomas ScottSmear slide analysis
22Pontosphaera sp.Pontosphaera sp.Staerker, Thomas ScottSmear slide analysis
23Pontosphaera japonicaP. japonicaStaerker, Thomas ScottSmear slide analysis
24Reticulofenestra sp.Reticulofenestra sp.Staerker, Thomas ScottSmear slide analysis<5 µm
25Rhabdosphaera sp.Rhabdosphaera sp.Staerker, Thomas ScottSmear slide analysis
26Rhabdosphaera clavigeraR. clavigeraStaerker, Thomas ScottSmear slide analysis
27Scapholithus fossilisS. fossilisStaerker, Thomas ScottSmear slide analysis
28Sphenolithus neoabiesS. neoabiesStaerker, Thomas ScottSmear slide analysisS. neoabies/abies
29Syracosphaera sp.Syracosphaera sp.Staerker, Thomas ScottSmear slide analysis
30Syracosphaera pulchraS. pulchraStaerker, Thomas ScottSmear slide analysis
31Umbellosphaera irregularisU. irregularisStaerker, Thomas ScottSmear slide analysis
32Umbilicosphaera mirabilisU. mirabilisStaerker, Thomas ScottSmear slide analysis
33Umbellosphaera sp.Umbellosphaera sp.Staerker, Thomas ScottSmear slide analysis
34Coccolithus pelagicusC. pelagicusStaerker, Thomas ScottSmear slide analysis
35Pseudoemiliania lacunosaP. lacunosaStaerker, Thomas ScottSmear slide analysis
36Dictyococcites bisectusD. bisectusStaerker, Thomas ScottSmear slide analysis
37Scyphosphaera sp.Scyphosphaera sp.Staerker, Thomas ScottSmear slide analysis
38Sphenolithus moriformisS. moriformisStaerker, Thomas ScottSmear slide analysis
39Discoaster quinqueramusD. quinqueramusStaerker, Thomas ScottSmear slide analysis
40Discoaster surculusD. surculusStaerker, Thomas ScottSmear slide analysis
41Reticulofenestra callidaR. callidaStaerker, Thomas ScottSmear slide analysis
42Reticulofenestra sp.Reticulofenestra sp.Staerker, Thomas ScottSmear slide analysis5-7 µm
43Ceratolithus cristatusC. cristatusStaerker, Thomas ScottSmear slide analysis
44Cyclicargolithus abisectusC. abisectusStaerker, Thomas ScottSmear slide analysis
45Reticulofenestra pseudoumbilicusR. pseudoumbilicusStaerker, Thomas ScottSmear slide analysis>7 µm
46Sphenolithus heteromorphusS. heteromorphusStaerker, Thomas ScottSmear slide analysis
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