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Evolution of Oblitacythereis from Paleocosta (Ostracoda: Trachyleberididae) during the cenozoic in the Mediterranean and Atlantic.

Evolution of Oblitacythereis from Paleocosta (Ostracoda: Trachyleberididae) during the cenozoic in the Mediterranean and Atlantic.

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Published by Smithsonian Institute in Washington .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Oblitacythereis,
  • Paleocosta

  • Edition Notes

    11

    SeriesSmithsonian contributions to paleobiology 33
    The Physical Object
    Pagination47 p.
    Number of Pages47
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22069308M

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Evolution of Oblitacythereis from Paleocosta (Ostracoda: Trachyleberididae) during the cenozoic in the Mediterranean and Atlantic Download PDF EPUB FB2

Iii, 47 p.: 26 cm A new ostracode genus Oblitacythereis containing two new subgenera (the nominotypical form and the older Paleoblitacythereis) containing two new species (O. (O.) mediterranea and O. (P.) luandaensis) and one old species (new designation, O. (P.) ruggierii (Russo)) have been demonstrated to have descended from a common ancestral stock (new genus Paleocosta) of the.

Get this from a library. Evolution of Oblitacythereis from Paleocosta (Ostracoda, Trachyleberididae) during the Cenozoic in the Mediterranean and Atlantic. [Richard H Benson] -- A new ostracode genus Oblitacythereis containing two new subgenera (the nominotypical form and the older Paleoblitacythereis) containing two new species (O.

(O.) mediterranea and O. (P.) luandaensis). Benson, Richard H. Evolution of Oblitacythereis from Paleocosta (Ostracoda: Trachyleberididae) during the Cenozoic in the Mediterranean and Atlantic.

Smithsonian Contributions to Paleobiology, num 47 pages, 11 figures, 4 plates, —A new ostracode genus Oblitacythereis. A new ostracode genus Oblitacythereis containing two new subgenera (the nominotypical form and the older Paleoblitacythereis) containing two new species (O.

(O.) mediterranea and O. (P.) luandaensis) and one old species (new designation, O. (P.) ruggierii (Russo)) have been demonstrated to have descended from a common ancestral stock (new genus Paleocosta) of the genus Costa, the nominate form.

BioSystems, 28 () Elsevier Scientific Publishers Ireland Ltd. Quantization test of the evolution trend of Paleocosta pervinquieri (Ostracode) during a million year period (Djebel-Dyr section, Paleogene, Algeria) E.

Braccinia, J.P. Peypouqueta and R.H. Bensonb aUniversit$ de Bordeaux L DgTaartement de G~ologie et O~anologie, avenue des Facult~sCited by: 3.

BENSON R.H. () - Evolution of Oblitacythereis from Paleocosta (Ostracoda: Trachyleberididae) during the Cenozoic in the Mediterranean and Atlantic. Smithso- nian contributions to Paleobiology, 33, 47 p., 11 fig., 4 pl.

-- -- DONZE P., COLIN J.P., DAMOTTE R., OERTLI H.J., PEYPOUQUET J.P. & SAID R. () - Les Ostracodes du Campanien. Benson ion of Oblitacythereis from Paleocosta (Ostracoda: Trachyleberididae) during the Cenozoic in the Mediterranean and Atlantic. Smithsonian Contr. Paleobiol., 33 (), pp.

pls. 1–4. According to Benson,Benson,Benson, a depth range from to m, with optimum presumably at – m, can be estimated for Oblitacythereis. Paleocosta ocellata Ciampo, – According to Benson () the fossil genus Paleocosta is in general a shallower dwelling genus compared to Oblitacythereis, but it was able to.

Quantization test of the evolution trend of Paleocosta pervinquieri (Ostracode) during a million year period (Djebel-Dyr section, Paleogene, Algeria). Biosystems, Vol. 28, Issue.p. Evolution of Oblitacythereis from Paleocosta (Ostracoda: Trachyleberididae). After the Upper Messinian Mediterranean Lago-Mare phase, at the end of the Messinian salinity crisis, the Mediterranean basin was characterized by a return to normal marine conditions starting with the Lower Pliocene (Zanclean).

In this period, remarkably thick layers of calcareous pelitic sediments, very rich in planktonic foraminifers and nannofossils, were widely deposited in the. Paradoxes of Catholicism by Benson, R H and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at   The Cretaceous-Paleogene sedimentary sequences of central and southern Egypt are characterized by three facies: the Nile Valley, Garra El Arbain and Farafra facies (Issawi, ).The Garra El Arbain facies is recorded in the area west and south of Aswan and also south of the Kharga Oasis along the Darb El Arbain including the study area ().The sedimentary succession in the study.

Evolution of Oblitacythereis from Paleocosta (Ostracoda, Trachyleberididae) during the Cenozoic in the Mediterranean and Atlantic View Metadata By: Benson, Richard Hall. The Cambrian explosion was a sharp and sudden increase in the rate of evolution.

About million years ago, at the onset of the Cambrian Period, intense diversification resulted in more than 35 new animal phyla; however, new discoveries show that the “explosion” started roughly million years ago, near the end of the Proterozoic Eon ( billion to million years ago), with the.

2 papers: A new Cenozoic deep-sea genus, Abyssocythere (Ostracoda: Trachyleberididae), with descriptions of five new species (25 p., 12 figs, 3 pls, wrps) & Evolution of Oblitacythereis from Paleocosta (Ostracoda: Trachyleberididae) during the Cenozoic in the Mediterranean and Atlantic (47 p., 11 figs, 4 pls, wrps); CR € Benson, R.

Evolution of Oblitacythereis from Paleocosta (Ostracoda: Trachyleberididae) during the Cenozoic in the Mediterranean and Atlantic. Smithsonian Institution Press,Smithsonian Contributions to Paleobiology, Number 47 pages with 11 figures and 4 plates. Softbound, minor signs of use, text in very good condition.

$ The Messinian Salinity Crisis is several crises that fit the context of catastrophic modeling of the history of a Mediterranean “saline giant.” Of the explanations available, we prefer the. At least three species within the genus Homo achieved a Paleolithic level of development.

There is a great deal of evidence that the species H. erectus (which likely originated in Africa and lasted from million to aboutyears ago), H. neanderthalensis (that is, the Neanderthals, who inhabited Eurasia from at leastyears ago to as late as 24, years ago), and H.

sapiens. Benson R. EVOLUTION OF OBLITACYTHEREIS FROM PALEOCOSTA (OSTRACODA: TRACHYLEBERIDIDAE) DURING THE CENOZOIC IN THE MEDITERRANEAN AND ATLANTIC Smithsonian Cont. Paleobiology #33 4to, wps light wear, vg, 47.

Two high-resolution records (Gebel Duwi and Gebel Aweina, southern part of the Eastern Desert, Egypt) across the Paleocene/Eocene boundary were investigated for their ostracode contents. We particularly focused on the taxonomy, biostratigraphy, paleoecology and paleobiogeography of the ostracode assemblages and on the question whether there was a relationship between faunal and environmental.

Benson, R. H., Evolution of Oblitacythereis from Paleo-costa (Ostracoda: Trachyleberididae) during the Cenozoic in the Mediterranean and Atlantic. Smithsonian Contr. Paleobiol. Lower Paleolithic (or Early Stone Age) about million, years ago. In Africa, where the earliest humans arose, the Early Stone Age begins some million years ago, with the earliest stone tools recognized to date in the Olduvai Gorge of East Africa.

These tools were simple fist-sized cores and whole flakes created by two ancient hominids (human ancestors), Paranthropus .Paleolithic literally means “Old Stone [Age],” but the Paleolithic era more generally refers to a time in human history when foraging, hunting, and fishing were the primary means of obtaining food.