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Foraminiferal assemblages from the Lias of North-Western Europe.

hearings before the United States House Committee on Patents, Sixty-Third Congress, second session, on Feb. 25, 1914

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        2d. 25, no. 4
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5 Paratrochammina bartrami living 4. This attribution is also supported by the raised apertural necks between successive chambers Pl. The impregnation took place in an early stage of diagenesis and is a conservation agent condi- tioning the preservation of the microforaminiferal linings. The chambers are piriferous, lobate on periphery, joined by intracameral necks on the umbilical side. The lower part of the Levisoni Zone contains thin nodular limestones corresponding to a tempestitic—turbiditic facies.

The restricted depth ranges start near the surface, ending at 67.

Foraminifers in upper Viséan

The parameter D determines the number of dominant species decreasing with increasing constant q. The Lower Gosau Subgroup of Turonian to Santonian age filled pull-apart basins alongside an oblique subduction—strike-slip zone. It is an epiphytic species that can live attached by the spiral side to plants and rocks [—]. The abundance and diversity of echinoderms, brachiopods, dinoflagellate cysts and calcareous nannofossils dropped sharply during the peak phase.

Tectonic styles in the Marrakesh High Atlas Moroccothe role of heritage and mechanical stratigraphy. A slight admixture of clastic quartz silt size ; mi- crostylolites stained in red and small irregular concentrations of Fe-oxides are found. The presence—absence data of bentic foraminifera used to calculate palaeo waterdepths using the method of was discussed in.

All major foraminiferal taxonomic groups and a broad spectrum of ecological strategies were recognised from the Late Cretaceous foraminiferal assemblages at Postalm. auberii and around 15 m in the other species. auberii both abundant and G. Journal of African Earth Science, 121, 210—218. These taxa are associated with finer grained substrates and high TOM content and are mostly represented in DAs from the deeper sectors of the ACS, as shown in the plot of U.