Data report: Dinoflagellate cyst analysis of Neogene sediments from Sites 1095 and 1096, Antarctic Peninsula continental rise
Pudsey, Carol J.; Harland, Rex. 2002 Data report: Dinoflagellate cyst analysis of Neogene sediments from Sites 1095 and 1096, Antarctic Peninsula continental rise. In: Barker, Peter F.; Camerlenghi, Angelo; Acton, Gary D.; Ramsay, Anthony T.S., (eds.) Antarctic glacial history and sea-level change. College Station, Texas, Ocean Drilling Program, 10pp. (Proceedings of the Ocean Drilling Program. Scientific Results, 178).Full text not available from this repository.
Protoperidiniacean dinoflagellate cysts were identified in 19 of 28 samples from two sites on the Antarctic Peninsula continental rise. Cysts are most common in the lower Pliocene and upper Miocene and include species of Brigantedinium, Lejeunecysta, and Selenopemphix. Autotrophic gonyaulacacean dinoflagellate cysts are very rare in the samples. The dominance of taxa derived from assumed heterotrophic dinoflagellate motile forms may indicate high nutrient content in the surface waters, which sustained a considerable diatom population.
|Item Type:||Book Section|
|Programmes:||BAS Programmes > Other|
|NORA Subject Terms:||Marine Sciences
Biology and Microbiology
|Date made live:||09 Sep 2011 12:46|
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