Neogene benthic foraminiferal faunas of a southwest Pacific bathyal depth transect, supplement to: Kurihara, Kenji; Kennett, James P (1992): Paleoceanographic significance of Neogene benthic foraminiferal changes in a southwest Pacific bathyal depth transect. Marine Micropaleontology, 19(3), 181-199

Kenji Kurihara & James P Kennett
Temporal changes in benthic foraminiferal assemblages were quantitatively examined (> 63 µm fraction) in four southwest Pacific deep-sea Neogene sequences in a depth transect between approximately 1300 and 3200 m to assist in evaluating paleoeeanographic history. The most conspicuous changes in benthic foraminiferal assemblages occurred in association with paleoclimatic changes defined at least in part by oxygen isotopic changes. The largest, centered at ~15 Ma (early Middle Miocene), is represented by an increase in the...
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