census of Holocene species of Xestoleberis (Ostracoda, Podocopida) from the southern oceans
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Published by University of Kansas Paleontological Institute in [Lawrence] .
Written in English

Subjects:

Places:

  • South Atlantic Ocean.,
  • South Pacific Ocean.

Subjects:

  • Xestoleberis.,
  • Paleontology -- Holocene.,
  • Paleontology -- South Atlantic Ocean.,
  • Paleontology -- South Pacific Ocean.

Book details:

Edition Notes

Statement[by] Roger L. Kaesler and Johnny A. Waters.
SeriesUniversity of Kansas paleontological contributions. Paper 60, University of Kansas paleontological contributions., 60.
ContributionsWaters, Johnny A., joint author.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsQE701 .K33 no. 60, QL444.O86 .K33 no. 60
The Physical Object
Pagination35 p.
Number of Pages35
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL5026732M
LC Control Number73621265

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The book is fully illustrated, global in coverage, and contains case studies, a glossary and more than new references. since , when the first edition of this book was published, holocene research .   Xestoleberis spp. relative abundance falls down to 20%; on the contrary C. torosa represents more than 20% of the total ostracod fauna. Unit C is featured by the abrupt increase of rotaliids, miliolids (up to 40%; Fig. 4) towards its upper part. Xestoleberis . The Holocene (/ ˈ h ɒ l. ə ˌ s iː n, ˈ h ɒ l. oʊ-, ˈ h oʊ. l ə-, ˈ h oʊ. l oʊ-/ HOL-ə-seen, HOL-oh-, HOH-lə-, HOH-loh-) is the current geological began approximat cal years before present, after the last glacial period, which concluded with the Holocene glacial retreat. The Holocene .   The relationship between human population, food production, and climate change is a pressing concern in need of high-resolution, long-term perspectives. Archaeological radiocarbon dates have increasingly been used to reconstruct past population dynamics, and Britain and Ireland provide both radiocarbon sampling densities and species .

In northern and eastern Scandinavia, mid-Holocene temperatures were somewhat lower, about – °C above present-day values (Antonsson and Seppä ). The presence of a number of beetle species during the Mid-Holocene . typical submarine cave species (e.g. Kasella ryukyuensis, Cardobairdia sp., Microcythere spp., and Bythocypris sp.). TempOral Presentation changes in relative abundances of typical submarine cave species and shallow marine reef species reflect changes in connectivity between cave and the outside shallow marine reef environment during the Holocene. The Holocene is the name given to the l years* of the Earth's history — the time since the end of the last major glacial epoch, or "ice age." Since then, there have been small-scale climate shifts — notably the "Little Ice Age" between about and A.D. — but in general, the Holocene . Da Luz, N.C. & Coimbra, J.C. The genus Xestoleberis (Ostracoda: Xestoleberididae) in the Northern, Northeastern and Eastern regions of the Brazilian continental shelf. Zootaxa (2): –