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Agglutinated Foraminifera from the Palaeogene of the North Sea

  • Michael A. Charnock
  • Robert W. Jones
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Abstract

The bulk of this paper consists of taxonomic notes on 146 species (67 genera) of agglutinated foraminifera from the Palaeogene of the North Sea. These include not only those representing agglutinate- dominated “Rhabdammina” or “flysch-type” faunas but also those that form a component of predominantly calcareous benthonic foraminiferal assemblages and those associated with volcaniclastic sediments. Thirty-eight species are left in open nomenclature. Forty-eight of the remainder are named on the basis of comparison with type or topotype material, most importantly in the cases of the Brady collection in the British Museum (Natural History), London and the Grzybowski collection in the Jagiellonian University, Krakow, Poland.

The stratigraphic and palaeoenvironmental significance of the agglutinated foraminifera is briefly reviewed. North Sea stratigraphic ranges of selected species are given as are North Atlantic bathymetric ranges of those species ranging through to the Recent. Range charts supplement the text.

The North Sea stratigraphic ranges of many species do not always correspond to their total ranges. Apparent extinctions in the North Sea area appear to coincide with the onset of unfavourable environmental conditions, usually in the form of shallowing.

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  1. 1.The Robertson GroupGwyneddUK
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