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|Series||Australia. Bureau of Mineral Resources, Geology and Geophysics. Bulletin, no. 66, Bulletin (Australia. Bureau of Mineral Resources, Geology and Geophysics) ;, no. 66.|
|LC Classifications||QE340 .A39 no. 66|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||110|
|LC Control Number||gs 64000075|
Bartenstein, H. () Upper Jurassic-Lower Cretaceous primitive arenaceous foraminifera from DSDP Sites and , Eastern Indian Ocean. In: Veevers, J. J., Heirtzler, J. R. et al., Initial Reports of the Deep Sea Drilling Project, 27, –, Washington (U.S Cited by: 9. early Miocene sediments. More recent arenaceous assemblages indi-cate lower bathyal to abyssal conditions. The sea floor of the abyssal plain has subsided to a depth of about meters, and the continental rise at Site to about meters. Even arenaceous benthonic foraminifera are missing from sediments. Lower Cretaceous arenaceous Foraminifera of Australia. Australian Bureau of Mineral Resources'Geological and Geophysical Bulle , plates Cushman, J. A. by: Lower Cretaceous Arenaceous Foraminifera of Australia. (). Lower Cretaceous Foraminifera from the Great Artesian Basin, butions of the Cushman Foundation for Foraminiferal Research, Memoire sur les Foraminiferes de la craie blanche du bassin de Paris.
Stratigraphy and planktonic foraminifera of the Upper Cretaceous-Lower Tertiary succession in the Esna-Idfu region, Nile Valley, Egypt, U.A.R. by Z. R. El-Naggar British Museum (National History) London Australian/Harvard Citation. Najjar, Zaghlul Raghib Muhammad. Other Books From Lower Cretaceous Arenaceous Foraminifera of Australia by Crespin, Irene A Piece of the Night by Roberts, Michele Javanese Grammar for Students by ROBSON, STUART Schwarzer Frühling: Erzählungen by Miller, Henry. Lower Cretaceous arenaceous foraminifera of Australia: Australian Mesozoic trigoniids: Australian Permian terebratuloids: A survey of phosphate deposits in the south-west Pacific and Australian Waters: The geology and mineral resources of the Chillagoe district, Queensland: The geology of the Georgetown-Clarke River area. These faunas may be split readily into two groups, the first of which consists of tiny arenaceous foraminifera with flimsy tests. Faunules of this group are known only from brackish-water facies such as parts of the Mississippi and Orinoco deltas and a salt marsh in Trinidad (see Lowman, , pp. ; Cushman and Brönnimann, ).
Only the primitive arenaceous foraminifera are discussed in this paper. Based on lithofacies and faunas, the depth of deposition of the Upper Jurassic/Lower Cretaceous sediments at Site increases upward in the section. Cores 31 to 33, which contain calcareous and arenaceous foraminifera, together with calcite prisms of. Early Cretaceous. In deeper-water Lower Cretaceous facies, distributions of abundant globigerinids may reflect expanding and contracting tropical isotherms. A major expansion and contraction of Globotruncana- Rotalipora lines in the Late Cretaceous (Senonian) coincided . The discovery of the arenaceous foraminifer Haplophragmoides gigas Cushman in the Hudson Hope area of northeastern British Columbia indicates that the Early Cretaceous (Albian) Joli Fou Sea flooded around the north side of the Peace River Arch, making an embayment that penetrated as far west as the Rocky Mountain Foothills. The microfauna of 25 genera and 46 species of arenaceous foraminifers. Crittenden, S. () A foraminiferal analysis of the Atherfield Clay (Lower Aptian) of the Isle of Wight, UK, with special emphasis on arenaceous species. In: Proceedings of the First Workshop on Arenaceous Foraminifera, Amsterdam, , Institutt for .