Abundance of benthic foraminifera in late Paleocene to eraly Pliocene sediments of DSDP Hole 74-525A on the Walvis Ridge, South Atlantic (Table 1), supplement to: Boltovskoy, Esteban; Boltovskoy, Demetrio (1989): Paleocene-Pleistocene benthic foraminiferal evidence of major paleoceanographic events in the eastern South Atlantic (DSDP Site 525, Walvis Ridge). Marine Micropaleontology, 14(4), 283-316

Esteban Boltovskoy & Demetrio Boltovskoy
Benthic forammifers in the size-fraction greater than 0.073 mm were studied in 88 Paleocene to Pleistocene samples from Deep Sea Drilling Project Site 525 (Hole 525A, Walvis Ridge, eastern south Atlantic). Clustering of the samples on the basis of the 86 most abundant foramimfers (in total, 331 taxa were identified) allowed separating two major assemblage zones: the Paleocene to Eocene interval, and the Oligocene to Pleistocene interval. Each of these, in turn, were subdivided into...
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