The Manumiella seelandica global spike: Cooling during regression at the close of the Maastrichtian, supplement to: Habib, Daniel; Saeedi, Farnosh (2007): The Manumiella seelandica global spike: Cooling during regression at the close of the Maastrichtian. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology, 255(1-2), 87-97

Daniel Habib & Farnosh Saeedi
Manumiella seelandica (Lange 1969) Bujak and Davies 1983, emend. Firth 1987 occurs in great abundance, together with a closely related and possibly conspecific form, Isabelidinium? sp., virtually at the end of the Maastrichtian. The abundance of M. seelandica immediately adjacent the Cretaceous/Paleogene (KPg) boundary, and its global distribution, serve as an excellent biostratigraphic marker for dating it. The abundance spike is widely distributed in both Northern and Southern hemispheres, and ranges from locations as far...
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