2 edition of Miocene dinoflagellate stratigraphy and systematics of Maryland and Virginia found in the catalog.
Miocene dinoflagellate stratigraphy and systematics of Maryland and Virginia
Laurent De Verteuil
Includes bibliographical references (p. 154-166).
|Statement||Laurent de Verteuil and Geoffrey Norris.|
|Series||Micropaleontology -- v. 42, Suppl.|
|Contributions||Norris, Geoffrey, 1937-|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 172 p.,  folded leaf of plates :|
|Number of Pages||172|
, The Plio-Pleistocene stratigraphy and paleontology of southern Florida: Florida Geological Survey Special Publicat p. Ward, L.W., b, Molluscan biostratigraphy of the Miocene, Middle Atlantic Coastal Plain of North America: Virginia Museum of Natural History, Memoir no. 2, p. (In: Miocene dinoflagellate stratigraphy and systematics of Maryland and Virginia) details: Middle Miocene: Late Miocene: USA(Atlantic ) de Verteuil,L. et al. Part II. Homology and structure in dinoflagellate cyst terminology. (In: Miocene dinoflagellate stratigraphy and systematics of Maryland and Virginia) details: Thurnian.
dinoflagellate cyst stratigraphy has been utilized for the age determination. The dinoflagellate cyst stratigraphy is based on the highest occurrence ranges of significant species that extend into the Upper Miocene-Pliocene and are geographically widespread in the North Atlantic Region and adjacent seas. The correlation of. De VERTEUIL L. and NORRIS G. () - Miocene dinoflagellate stratigraphy and systematics of Maryland and Virginia. Micropaleont., 42 Supplement: i-viii + DYBKJÆR K. () - Morphological and abundance variations in Homotryblium-cyst assemblages related to depositional environments; uppermost Oligocene-Lower Miocene, Jylland.
Miocene Dinoflagellate Stratigraphy and Systematics of Maryland and Virginia (pp. i-viii+) Laurent de Verteuil and Geoffrey Norris DOI: / Bei einer Neubearbeitung der Grenze Oligozän/Miozän und des Unter-Miozän der vor ca. 25 Jahren abgeteuften Forschungsbohrung Wursterheide auf Kalknannoplankton und Dinozysten konnten alle Dinozysten-Zonen bzw. Subzonen dieses Zeitraums nachgewiesen werden. Kalknannoplankton ist im Ober-Oligozän bis unteren Unter-Miozän nicht vorhanden.
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The dinoflagellate assemblages recorded in this core reflect the low productivity of the Caribbean during the middle Miocene, as also reported by the low calcareous nannofossil abundances in this section (Hay and Beaudry, ), and by the disappearance of the radiolarians after the early Miocene (Riedel and Sanfilippo, ; Saunders et al Author: Lilian M.
Leandro, Alessandra Santos, Marcelo de A. Carvalho, Gerson Fauth. A southern North Sea Miocene dinoflagellate cyst zonation - Volume 83 Issue 4 - D.K. Munsterman, H.
Brinkhuis. Ten dinoflagellate cyst interval zones are erected for the Miocene of the Salisbury Embayment, Atlantic Margin, U.S.A., based on analyses of classic Miocene outcrops in Calvert County, Maryland.
De Verteuil, L. & G. Norris Miocene dinoflagellate stratigraphy and systematics of Maryland and Virginia-Micropal.
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1. Introduction. Palynological studies on the Miocene deposits of the Gulf of Suez area are few. Mahmoud () has investigated dinoflagellate cysts from the Middle Miocene Kareem Formation penetrated in the Shagar-1 borehole, SW Gulf of Suez.
In the same area, Wrenn (Ahmed and Pocknall, ) identified a number of dinoflagellate cysts from Neogene deposits in Gupco wells. Biostratigraphy, phylogeny and systematics of Paleocene trochospiral planktic foraminifera. William A. Berggren and Richard D.
Norris, (v. 43, suppl. 1) Miocene dinoflagellate stratigraphy and systematics of Maryland and Virginia. Laurent de Verteuil and Geoffrey Norris, (v. 42, suppl.). New palynological data from the Salé brickyard (Atlantic coast of northern Morocco) are analyzed for their late Neogene biostratigraphical implications and the relationship with paleoenvironmental changes.
Palynological zones (I to VI) described in this paper are based on palynomorph concentrations, fluctuations in species distribution, ratios between marine and continental palynomorphs, and.
Download Citation | On Jan 1,Angelika Kothe and others published Late Miocene dinoflagellate cysts and calcareous nannoplankton from the eastern North Sea Basin margin: biostratigraphy and.
REFERENCES. Bujak, J.P., Cenozoic dinoflagellate cysts and acritarchs from the Bering Sea and northern North Pacific, Deep Sea Drilling Project, Leg events (stratigraphic first and last occurrences of other charac-teristic species) and by the dinoflagellate cyst assemblage in general.
Species with relatively common and consistent occur-rence and with reported stratigraphic potential from outside. Williams G. and Manum S. Oligocene-Early Miocene dinocyst stratigraphy of hole A (Norwegian Sea). Proceedings of the Ocean Drilling Program, Scientific Results Google Scholar.
Wrenn J. and Kokinos J. Preliminary comments on Miocene through Pleistocene dinoflagellate cysts from De Soto Canyon, Gulf of Mexico. Purchase Miocene Stratigraphy, Volume 15 - 1st Edition. Print Book & E-Book.
ISBNThe Adana Basin is one of the major Neogene basins situated in SW Turkey with sedimentary successions providing good records of the paleoenvironmental changes that affected the Mediterranean area.
Since a detailed biochronostratigraphic framework has not been properly established in the Adana Basin yet, this study will be the first multidisciplinary approach carried out in this region.
Dinoflagellate cyst stratigraphy and depositional history of Miocene and Lower Pliocene formations in northern Belgium (southern North Sea Basin). Geologie en Mijnbouw, 78, 49 Louwye S., Head, M.J. & De Schepper, S., Dinoflagellate cyst stratigraphy and palaeoecology of the Pliocene in northern Belgium, southern North Sea Basin.
Volume with Abstracts. Issuu company logo. The deposits at Hagenør and Rønshoved correlate with the lower part of the offshore marine Arnum Formation and thus represent part of the coastline during the early to mid-Burdigalian.
Key words: Palynology, sequence stratigraphy, Late Oligocene, Early Miocene, Hagenør, Hindsgavl, Rønshoved, Lille Bælt, Denmark.
Outcrops of the Nanjemoy Formation are located along an arcuate band from north of Petersburg, Virginia, to south of Annapolis, Maryland.
The formation is thought to have been deposited as a generally transgressive sequence on an eastward sloping shelf having a pronounced break in slope near the present day axis of Chesapeake Bay (Teifke, ).
The significance of dinoflagellates in the Miocene Choptank Formation beneath the Midlothian gravels in the southeastern Virginia Piedmont Lucy E. Edwards, Robert E. Weems, Mark W. Carter, David B. Spears, and David S. Powars. Stratigraphy Vol No. 3 pp. - .High-resolution dinoflagellate cyst stratigraphy of the Oligocene/Miocene transition interval in Northwest and central Italy.
In Head, M.J., and Wrenn, J.H. (Eds.), Neogene and Quaternary Dinoflagellate Cysts and Acritarchs: Salt Lake City (Publishers Press), –Dinoflagellate cysts indicate a late Burdigalian to late Serravallian age for seismic units P2 and PI (Lou wye et al., ).
The unconformity, on which the mounds are rooted, was dated as latest Middle Miocene or earliest Late Miocene, and correlated with the major sequence boundary Ser4/Tor 1 at Ma of Hardenbol et al. ().