species of Bulimina and related genera

in the collections of the Allan Hancock Foundation
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University of Southern California Press , Los Angeles
Bulimin
Statementby Joseph A. Cushman and Irene McCulloch.
SeriesAllan Hancock Pacific expeditions,, v. 6, no. 5
ContributionsMcCulloch, Irene Agnes, 1886- joint author.
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LC ClassificationsQ115 .L66 vol. 6, no. 5
The Physical Object
Pagination231-294 p.
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Open LibraryOL6028131M
LC Control Number48003200
OCLC/WorldCa1281405

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Get this from a library. The species of Bulimina and related genera in the species of Bulimina and related genera book of the Allan Hancock Foundation. [Joseph A Cushman; Irene Agnes McCulloch].

The present study is an attempt to establish an evolutionary pattern for the Late Cretaceous-Early Tertiary Bulimina and related genera as well as their species. The species of Bulimina and related genera in the collections of the Allan Hancock Foundation.

Allan Hancock Pacific Expeditions 6(6):pls BHL University of Southern California Reference page. The species of Bulimina and related genera in the collections of the Allan Hancock Foundation.

Allan Hancock Pacific Expeditions 6(6):pls BHL University of Southern California Reference page. [see page ]. History of Development of Representatives of Two Genera-Bulimina and Bolivina in Sarmatian Basin of Paratethys Article (PDF Available) December with.

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The Index to new genera, species, varieties and subspecies of Foraminifera for the year lists as new: 1 family (emend.), 3 sub-families, 20 genera, species, 38 varieties, subspecies or formae, 17 nomina nova, 7 nomina nuda (regarded as such at the pres-ent time) 11 homonyms of which 5 have been changed duringand 68 forms to.

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27, P. Allan Hancock Foundation Pacific Expeditions. Menu The species of Bulimina and related genera in the collections of the Allan Hancock Foundation. plates B. Part 6. with keys to species and genera and descriptions of two new forms. The other three species, Bulimina aculeata, Neocrosbyia minuta, and Louisianina pflumi, determined by cluster and principal component analyses of both relative abundance and presence–absence data of species are related to the five water masses that fill the northwestern Gulf of Mexico above the new genera and species of benthic.

Cushman JA, McCulloch I () The species of Bulimina and related genera in the collections of the Allan Hancock Foundation. Allan Hancock Pac Exp 6(5)– Google Scholar 7.

The Canyon biofacies is characterized by Bolivina goessi, Uvigerina peregrina, Bulimina aculeata, Cassidulina carinata, Brizalina aenariensis, Heterolepa pseudoungeriana, and Sphaeroides bulloides. The cooccurrence of relatively high numbers of shallower water species, particularly Hanzawaia concentrica and Poritextularia panamensis were also.

A study of foraminiferal assemblages of modern seas has disclosed striking correlations between form, structure and environment. Among species of Bolivina, Bulimina and Uvigerina, small, less ornamented types occur on the continental shelf and there is a progressive increase and differentiation of surface sculpture with increasing depth of water.

pp d / cushman, j. and parker, f. / bulimina and related foraminiferal genera,pb, pages, 16 plates, $ 20 pp e / stephenson, l. / new upper cretaceous fossils from mississippi and texas, part 1. fossils from deep wells in mississippi, part 2.

Vols., include section "Bibliography and index to new genera, species and varieties of Foraminifera" (varies) by H.E. Thalmann Paleocene Foraminifera of the Gulf Coastal region of the United States and adjacent areas.

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Summary Neogene ‐ Recent benthonic foraminifera were studied in samples from 15 sites which were drilled in the Indian Ocean during l 25, 26 Author: E. Boltovsky. This banner text can have markup. web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation.

Approximately species distributed among 80 genera were identified from the samples. Preliminary analyses indicate that diversity values (S, H') are lowest on the fore-reef terrace (79,respectively), increase similarly in back-reef and fore-reef escarpment and slope settings (93, ), and are highest on the deep fore reef (, ).

Book Chapter FORAMINIFERA OF THE SAHUL SHELF AND TIMOR SEA Author(s) Alfred R. Loeblich, Jr. Alfred R. Loeblich, Jr. Department of Earth and Space Sciences, University of California Los Angeles, Los Angeles, California Search for other works by this author on: GSW.

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Thesaurus Antonyms Related Words Synonyms Legend: Switch to new thesaurus. The various works highlighted earlier and the recent review of the Geology of the Niger Delta by Nwajide () synthesized in Chapter 2 of this volume provide a convenient and viable basis for the palaeoenvironmental reconstruction of the ancient Niger Delta using the principles enunciated in the classical studies of the bathymetric ranges of recent foraminifera by Bandy et al.

(). For Bolivina and Uvigerina, the different phyloclades can be related to known morphospecies, whereas genetic diversity in genera including Cassidulina, Chilostomella, Cibicides, Cibicidoides or Globobulimina is higher than that observed with traditional taxonomy, i.e.

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%) of several species: Bolivina lowmania, Bulimina aculeata, Cassidulina subglobosa, Gyroidina soldanii and Oridorsalis spp., while the core from m contains a fauna strongly dominated (%) by two species: Eponides turgidus and Nuttallides.

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Benthic Foraminifera of the Gulf of Mexico C. Wylie Poag Published by Texas A&M University Press Poag, C. Wylie. Benthic Foraminifera of the Gulf Cited by:. Short Treatise on Foraminiferology (Essential on modern and fossil Foraminifera) _ Jean-Pierre Bellier Robert Mathieu Bruno Granier Foreword.

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