Distribution of deep-sea foraminifera in surface sediments east of New Zealand, supplement to: Hayward, Bruce W; Carter, Rowan; Grenfell, Hugh R; Hayward, Jessica J (2001): Depth distribution of Recent deep-sea benthic foraminifera east of New Zealand, and their potential for improving paleobathymetric assessments of Neogene microfaunas. New Zealand Journal of Geology and Geophysics, 44(4), 555-587

Bruce W Hayward, Rowan Carter, Hugh R Grenfell & Jessica J Hayward
Paleobathymetric assessments of fossil foraminiferal faunas play a significant role in the analysis of the paleogeographic, sedimentary, and tectonic histories of New Zealand's Neogene marine sedimentary basins. At depths >100 m, these assessments often have large uncertainties. This study, aimed at improving the precision of paleodepth assessments, documents the present-day distribution of deep-sea foraminifera (>63 µm) in 66 samples of seafloor sediment at 90-700 m water depth (outer shelf to mid-abyssal), east of New Zealand....
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