Occurence of marine palynomorphs of sediment core CRP-1 (Table 1), supplement to: Wrenn, John; Hannah, Mike J; Raine, J Ian (1998): Diversity and palaeoenvironmental significance of late Cenozoic marine palynomorphs from the CRP-1 Core, Ross Sea, Antarctica. Terra Antartica, 5(3), 553-570

John Wrenn, Mike J Hannah & J Ian Raine
The first core of the Cape Roberts Project, CRP-1, penetrated a Quaternary and lower Miocene section rather than the anticipated Palaeogene sediments. Initial palynologic study was conducted at the Crary Science and Engineering Laboratory, McMurdo Station, concurrent with drilling. Rapid and environmentally safe sample processing was made possible by the use of a focused microwave digestion unit that scrubbed acid fumes. In situ and/or reworked dinocysts (dinoflagellate cysts), acritarchs (leiospheres and acanthomorphs), and prasinophyte phycomata...
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