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Published by CRC .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Economic geology,
  • Palaeobotany,
  • Palaeozoology,
  • Stratigraphy,
  • Paleontology,
  • Invertebrate Paleontology,
  • Sedimentary Geology,
  • Science,
  • Science/Mathematics,
  • Physics,
  • Earth Sciences - Geology,
  • Science / Physics

Book details:

The Physical Object
FormatHardcover
Number of Pages524
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL9106650M
ISBN 109056993364
ISBN 109789056993368

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  Radiolarians in the Sedimentary Record presents the current state of knowledge on fossil radiolarians. The author discusses the record, as well as new integrated taxonomic systems at the family level. The book provides comprehensive coverage of the fossil record of these unicellular organisms. It also discusses their important role in the history of the Earth and their development of 5/5(1). Radiolarians in the Sedimentary Record presents the current state of knowledge on fossil radiolarians. The author discusses the record, as well as new integrated taxonomic systems at the family level. The book provides comprehensive coverage of the fossil record of these unicellular organisms. It also discusses their important role in the history of the Earth and their development of .   Radiolarians in the Sedimentary Record presents the current state of knowledge on fossil radiolarians. The author discusses the record, as well as new integrated taxonomic systems at the family level. The book provides comprehensive coverage of the fossil record of these unicellular organisms. It also discusses their important role in the history oCited by: Buy Radiolarians in the Sedimentary Record (): NHBS - P Wever, Gordon & Breach.

Radiolarians in the Sedimentary Record presents the current state of knowledge on fossil radiolarians. The author discusses the record, as well as new integrated taxonomic systems at the family level. The book provides comprehensive coverage of the fossil record of . Radiolarians in the Sedimentary Record book. Radiolarians in the Sedimentary Record. DOI link for Radiolarians in the Sedimentary Record. Radiolarians in the Sedimentary Record book. By P. De Wever, P. Dumitrica, J.P. Caulet, C. Nigrini, M. Caridroit. Edition 1st Edition. First Published Author: P. De Wever, P. Dumitrica, J.P. Caulet, C. Nigrini, M. Caridroit. Radiolarians in the Sedimentary Record De Wever, P., Dumitrica, P., Caulet, J.P., Nigrini, C. & Caridroit, M. For some time now there has been a need for a detailed text book on fossil radiolarians and De Wever et al. have produced a remarkably practical tome which will be of much. Radiolarians in the Sedimentary Record Article in Revue de Micropaléontologie 47(1) March with Reads How we measure 'reads'Author: Taniel Danelian.

Revue de micropaléontologie - Vol. 47 - N° 1 - p. 53 - Radiolarians in the Sedimentary Record: De Wever, P., Dumitrica, P., Caulet, J.P., Nigrini, C., Caridroit, M. Radiolarians that dwell at great depths in the water column where light is limited or absent typically lack algal symbionts. The siliceous skeletons of radiolarians settle into the ocean sediments where they form a stable and substantial fossil record. These microfossils are an important source of data in biostratigraphic and paleoclimatic studies. Jacot Des Combes H, Abelmann A () A ky radiolarian record off Lüderitz, Namibia-evidence for changes in the upwelling regime. Mar Micropaleontol – CrossRef Google Scholar Kamikuri S, Motoyama I, Nishimura A () Radiolarian assemblages in surface sediments along longitude ° E in the Pacific Ocean. In radiolarian the ocean floor and form radiolarian ooze. When the ocean bottom is lifted and transformed into land, the ooze becomes sedimentary rock. Silica deposits, such as flint, chert, and the abrasive tripoli, originate from radiolarian skeletons. Fossil radiolarians have been found that date to Precambrian Time ( billion to