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Late Cenozoic Ostracoda from Midway Island drill holes a description of ostracode assemblages from two cored holes through the reef cap of Midway Atoll by John C. Holden

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Published by U.S. Govt. Print. Off. in Washington .
Written in English

Subjects:

Places:

  • Midway Islands.

Subjects:

  • Ostracoda, Fossil -- Midway Islands.,
  • Paleontology -- Cenozoic.,
  • Paleontology -- Midway Islands.

Book details:

Edition Notes

Statementby John C. Holden.
SeriesGeology of the Midway area, Hawaiian Islands, Geological Survey professional paper ; 680-F, Geological Survey professional paper ;, 680-F.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsQE75 .P9 no. 680-F, QE817.O8 .P9 no. 680-F
The Physical Object
Paginationiv, 43 p., 17 leaves of plates :
Number of Pages43
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL4855380M
LC Control Number75619048

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Get this from a library! Late Cenozoic Ostracoda from Midway Island drill holes: a description of ostracode assemblages from two cored holes through the reef cap of Midway Atoll. [John C Holden; Geological Survey (U.S.)] -- Description of ostracode assemblages from two cored holes through reef cap of Midway atoll. books on fossil ostracoda Ainsworth, N.R., Toarcian and Aalenian Ostracoda from the Fastnet Basin, Offshore South-West Ireland. 60 p., 9 figs, 11 pls, paperbound fl. 20,00 SOLD.   Late Cenozoic ostracodes from the drowned terraces in the Hawaiian Islands. Pacific Science, 1 – HOLDEN, J. C. Late Cenozoic Ostracoda from Midway Island drill holes. United States Geological Survey, Professional Paper, F: F1 – F HOLDEN, J. C. Cited by:   In two holes, the reef hole and the Sand Island hole, were drilled on Midway through the reef and into tholeiitic basalt [9,10]. In the reef hole, larger Foraminifera [ 11 ] and smaller Foraminifera [12] that are diagnostic fossils for the East Indies Tertiary e stage (late Oligocene to early Miocene) occur in reef limestone above the basalt.

species, 50 as “sp.”) from Midway Atoll drill holes, only 8 species are considered in com- Late Cenozoic Ostracoda from Midway Island drill holes. U.S. Geol. Surv. The present paper deals with ostracods collected by H. Kunz during October and November on the Hawaiian Islands (Big Island, Maui and Kauai). 26 species were found, nine species are described, two were already known to science, 15 remain in open nomenclature. Although some of the new species are represented only by a single specimen, the morphologic characters permit to distinguish them. Holden, J.C. () Late Cenozoic Ostracoda from Midway Island Drill Holes. Geological Survey Professional Paper F, 43 p. Basha, S.H. () Foraminifera and Ostracoda from Holocene Sediments in the Jordanian Part of the Gulf of Aqaba. Dirasat, 5,   Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution Reference no. 5 (unpublished manuscript). HAZEL, J.E. and CRONIN, T.M. (this volume) The North American ostracode genus Climacoidea Puri, , and the tribe Campylocytherini Puri, (Neogene and Quaternary). HOLDEN, J.C. Late Cenozoic Ostracoda from Midway Island drill holes.

A total of 45 genera and 64 species of ostracods have been identified from nine shallow marine sediments ranging in depth from to 1 m, collected along the coast line of Aden, Little Aden and Amran volcanic peninsulas. A systematic study of these ostracods is presented in this paper. One new genus, Microhoweina, is erected, and five new species, Corallicythere adenensis, Cytherella. Abstract. This paper deals with the taxonomy of the ostracod families Cytherellidae, Cytheridae, Cytheromatidae, Cytherideidae, Krithidae, Loxoconchidae, Paracytherideidae, Cytheruridae, Pectocytheridae and Bythocytheridae from the coral reefs around Lizard Island, northern Great Barrier Reef, Australia. 22 species belonging to these families were found. 7 species had been described from. Midway Atoll is part of a chain of volcanic islands, atolls, and seamounts extending from Hawaii up to the tip of the Aleutian Islands and known as the Hawaiian–Emperor seamount consists of a ring-shaped barrier reef nearly five miles in diameter and several sand islets. The two significant pieces of land, Sand Island and Eastern Island, provide a habitat for millions of seabirds. AYRESS, M., ROBINSON, J.H. & LEE, D.E., March Mid-Cenozoic ostracod biostratigraphic range extensions and taxonomic notes on selected species from a new Oligocene (Duntroonian–Waitakian.