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Quantifying the deep-sea rock and fossil record bias using coccolithophores

Abstract:

While many studies show a correlation between observed taxonomic richness and various measures of geological sampling, all have been based on the same record of terrestrial and marine sediments collected from the land. Here we present the first analyses of how rock and fossil records vary in the deep-sea. We have developed a novel database of species occurrences of coccolithophores sampled during major drilling programs of the North Atlantic, including the Mediterranean and Caribbean. Our sam...

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Publisher copy:
10.1144/SP358.11

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Journal:
Geological Society Special Publication
Volume:
358
Issue:
1
Pages:
167-177
Publication date:
2011-01-01
DOI:
EISSN:
2041-4927
ISSN:
0305-8719
URN:
uuid:cd75a09e-6548-4a3b-8377-98b5ebd3317b
Source identifiers:
384677
Local pid:
pubs:384677
Language:
English

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