2 edition of Arctic Foraminifera. found in the catalog.
Joseph A. Cushman
1948 in Sharon, Mass .
Written in English
|LC Classifications||QL368.F6 C63|
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|Number of Pages||79|
|LC Control Number||gs 48000344|
Hald, M., P. I. Steinsund, Benthic foraminifera and carbonate dissolution in surface sediments of the Barents-and Kara Sea, Surface-Sediment Composition and Sedimentary Processes in the Central Arctic Ocean and Along the Eurasian Continental Margin, Ber. The book also combines lavish illustrations, including over 70 stunning original picture-diagrams of foraminifera, with comprehensive references for further reading. Accessible and practical, this is a vital resource for graduate students, academic micropalaeontologists, and professionals across all disciplines and industry settings which make Reviews: 5.
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Print book: EnglishView all editions and formats: Rating: (not yet rated) 0 with reviews - Be the first. Subjects: Foraminifera -- Arctic regions. Foraminifera.
Arctic Regions. More like this: Similar Items. New Arctic Foraminifera collected by Capt. R.A. Bartlett from Fox basin and off the Northeast coast of Greenland. Washington, Smithsonian Institution, (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, National government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Joseph A Cushman; Bob Bartlett.
He is currently a Ph.D. student at the Babes-Bolyai University in Romania, working on Miocene foraminifera from Transylvania. While he was in London, he collaborated on studies of the Miocene agglutinated foraminifera from the Norwegian-Greenland Sea and the Arctic Ocean.
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Download The New Arctic books, In the late 18th century explorers and scientists started venturing into the Arctic in a heroic and sometimes deadly effort to. Get this from a library. Carboniferous microfacies, microfossils, and corals, Lisburne Group, Arctic Alaska.
[Augustus K Armstrong; Bernard L Mamet; Geological Survey (U.S.),] -- Description of Carboniferous foraminifers and algae with Arctic Foraminifera.
book zonation, relationship to carbonate facies, comparison with coral distribution, and correlations among northern Alaska. FORAMINIFERA FROM THE ARCTIC SLOPEi OF ALASKA Poor preservation of the microfossils.— Most of the species of Foraminifera are arenaceous forms, the tests being composed of sandy material agglutinated to a chitinous base.
They are easily distorted by pressure, even that due to consolidation of the shales, and Arctic Foraminifera. book. Get this from a library. Modern benthic foraminifer census data from box-cores collected on Northwind Ridge, Arctic Ocean during the PIAR cruise of the U.S.C.G.C.
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The Carboniferous (/ ˌ k ɑːr. b ə ˈ n ɪ f. ə s / KAHR-bə-NIF-ər-əs) is a geologic period and system that spans 60 million years from the end of the Devonian Period million years ago (), to the beginning of the Permian Period, Mya.
The name Carboniferous means "coal-bearing" and derives from the Latin words carbō ("coal") and ferō ("I bear, I carry"), and was coined. Foraminifera from the Mediterranean Sea: monothalamous taxa with an organic test; unless otherwise stated, all are Rose Bengal stained specimen viewed under the optical microscope: 1.
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Benthic foraminifera have been widely used as proxy for paleo-methane emissions, mainly based on their stable isotopic signature. In cold seeps, the ecology of these organisms remains uncertain, in particular their ability to thrive during active phases of seepage.
In this study, we evaluate the benthic foraminiferal response to methane seepage in Arctic sediments. Foraminifera typically produce a test, or shell, which can have either one or multiple chambers, some becoming quite elaborate in structure.
These shells are commonly made of calcium carbonate (CaCO 3) or agglutinated sediment particles. O species are recognized, both living (10,) and fossil (40,).
They are usually less than 1 mm in size, but some are much larger, the largest. Original issued in series: Report of the Canadian Arctic Expedition, ; v. 9, pt. Includes list of titles in the series. "Southern Party, ". Meanwhile, non-Arctic peoples try to wrest control and make Arcticness relevant for themselves, from the construction of 'last-chance' tourism to tropical countries seeking observer status at the Arctic Council.
The authors in this book recognise this gamut. Schafer, C.T. and Cole, F.E. () Environmental associations of Baffin Island fjord agglutinated foraminifera, in F. Rögl and F. Gradstein (eds.), Second Workshop on Agglutinated Foraminifera Vienna Proceedings, Abhandlungen der Geologischen Bundesanstalt Bd.
41. "On Some Foraminifera from the North Atlantic and Arctic Oceans, Including Davis Straits and Baffin's Bay" is an article from Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London, Volume View more articles from Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London.
View this article on JSTOR. View this article's JSTOR metadata. Subjects: () Arctic regions Canadian Arctic Expedition Foraminifera Bed of the Atlantic; from one sounding of 12, feet deep in the Atlantic Ocean, in latitude 47 north, longitude 23 west, are taken upwards of one hundred (microscopic drawings of) minute organisms.
This paper aims to reconstruct Quaternary sea-ice conditions in the western Arctic based on a foraminiferal record from the Northwind Ridge, western Arctic Ocean (), where modern sea-ice retreat is especially pronounced (Stroeve et al., ).Unlike most sediment cores from the Arctic Ocean, where calcareous material is preserved only in the Late and, partially, Middle Pleistocene (e.g.
The northern North Atlantic is one of the regions most sensitive to past and present global changes. This book integrates the results of an interdisciplinary project studying the properties of the Greenland-Iceland-Norwegian Seas and the processes of pelagic and benthic particle formation, particle transport, and deposition in the deep-sea sediments.
Study of the oldest age sediment available (middle Pliocene) confirms that Foraminifera never have been more abundant in the Arctic Ocean than they are today. Therefore, the ice-covered conditions of the present are taken to represent the warmest conditions necessary to explain other older abundance peaks in the cores.
Studies of Arctic foraminifera (with 24 plates) (Smithsonian miscellaneous collections) [Alfred R Loeblich] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Alfred R. ("Al") Loeblich Jr (–) was an American was married to Helen Niña Tappan Loeblich and the two co-authored a number of important works on the Foraminifera and related organisms.
Biography. Alfred R. Loeblich Jr was born in Birmingham, Alabama on 15 Augustand spent his early life in Kansas City, Missouri. He attended the University of Oklahoma.
These findings imply that: (1) the observed variations in the Foraminifera abundance in most Arctic cores reflect changes in the biological productivity; (2) the Arctic Foraminifera abundance curves cannot be simply correlated with those observed in the Atlantic deep-sea cores; and (3) the Arctic Ocean has not been open during the lastA.J.
Gooday, in Encyclopedia of Ocean Sciences (Third Edition), History of Study. Parker and Jones () published one of the earliest papers to include deep-sea foraminifera, based on muds recovered in sounding devices at depths down to almost m in the North Atlantic and Arctic Oceans.
During the latter part of the s, benthic foraminifera attracted the attention of some. Cushman, Joseph A. and Bartlett, Bob. "New Arctic Foraminifera collected by Capt. Bartlett from Fox Basin and off the northeast coast of Greenland (with two plates)."Smithsonian Miscellaneous Collections.
89 (9):1–8. Keywords Foraminifera Environmental parameters Modern distribution Paleoceanography Arctic Ocean Kara Sea Introduction The Arctic Ocean is situated on top of the northern hemi-sphere and is the smallest ocean of the world oceans.
Most of the Arctic Ocean is perennially covered by sea ice, and only minor areas are seasonally ice-free. Highlights Modern Arctic planktic foraminifera in the size fraction from to μm The geographic distribution of relatively small species is documented in detail.
The first Arctic geographic distribution map of G. uvula is presented. The most precise transfer function estimates are from m water depth.
Foraminifera from the Arctic Slope of Alaska By HELEN TAPPAN Part 2, Jurassic Foraminifera Description and illustrations of Jurassic Foraminifera, including the first Liassic Foraminifera discovered in the Western Hemisphere.
Prepared in cooperation with the U. Department of the Navy, Office of Naval Petroleum and Oil Shale Reserves. Attached epilithic foraminifera constitute an important but overlooked component of the benthic foraminiferal assemblage in the Pleistocene sediment of the central Arctic Ocean.
We report 12 types of epilithic foraminifera that have colonised lithic and biogenic grains found in glacial sediments, including representatives of the genera Rhizammina, Hemisphaerammina, Ammopemphix, Diffusilina.
On Some Foraminifera from the North Atlantic and Arctic Oceans, Including Davis Straits and Baffin's Bay. Parker, W.; Jones, T.; Bailey, J.; Pourtales, F Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London ().
– We are presenting a new micropaleo web site devoted to Arctic foraminifera. The page contains ca 50 SEM images for 18 common Arctic foram species. We'll keep uploading new images and plan to expand on distribution charts and data tables. Comments and. As early as HEROmALL~N & EAaLAND ( ) stated that this species is one of the most typical and abundant forms of the Ant- arctic area.
This is certainly true, since all subsequent publications about Antarctic Foraminifera have reported this species. It is rather wide in variability, especially so in the marginal spines.
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New Arctic Foraminifera collected by Capt. Bartlett from Fox Basin and off the northeast coast of Greenland: (with two plates) (Smithsonian miscellaneous collections) [Joseph A Cushman] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
New spatial Mg/Ca-temperature calibrations for three Arctic, benthic foraminifera and reconstruction of north Iceland shelf temperature for the past years. Geochemistry, Geophysics, Geosystems, 8, 1– This paper focuses on the planktonic foraminifera record from the Arctic domain.
This polar region records peculiar sea-surface conditions, with the influence of nearly perennial sea-ice cover development. This has strong impact on living foraminifera populations and on the preservation of their shells in the underlying sediments. Arctic Ocean Benthic Foraminifera Foraminiferal Assemblage Benthic Foraminifer Arctic Basin These keywords were added by machine and not by the authors.
This process is experimental and the keywords may be updated as the learning algorithm improves. Jutta E. Wollenburg, Jochen Knies, Andreas Mackensen, High-resolution paleoproductivity fluctuations during the past 24 kyr as indicated by benthic foraminifera in the marginal Arctic Ocean, Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology, /S(03),3 .The Arctic region has long held a fascination for explorers and scientists of many countries.
Despite the numerous voyages of exploration, the na ture of the central Arctic was unknown only 90 years ago; it was believed to be a shallow sea dotted with islands. Letters from Gondwana. Paleontology, books and other stuff.
AN INTRODUCTION TO FORAMINIFERA Posted on 06/17/ by ferwen The Foraminiferida are an important group of single celled protozoa. There are an estimated 4, species living in the world’s oceans today, among the sea floor and the marine plankton and comprise over 55% of Arctic biomass and over 90% of deep sea .