Radiolarian faunal turnover across the Oligocene/Miocene boundary in the equatorial Pacific Ocean, supplement to: Kamikuri, Shin-Ichi; Nishi, Hiroshi; Moore, Theodore C; Nigrini, Catherine A; Motoyama, Isao (2005): Radiolarian faunal turnover across the Oligocene/Miocene boundary in the equatorial Pacific Ocean. Marine Micropaleontology, 57(3-4), 74-96

Shin-Ichi Kamikuri, Hiroshi Nishi, Theodore C Moore, Catherine A Nigrini & Isao Motoyama
The global warming trend of the latest Oligocene was interrupted by several cooling events associated with Antarctic glaciations. These cooling events affected surface water productivity and plankton assemblages. Well-preserved radiolarians were obtained from upper Oligocene to lower Miocene sediments at Ocean Drilling Program (ODP) Leg 199 Sites 1218 and 1219 in the equatorial Pacific, and 110 radiolarian species were identified.Four episodes of significant radiolarian faunal changes were identified: middle late Oligocene (27.5 to 27.3 Ma),...
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