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Oceanologia
2017 No. 59 (4) 525--540
EN A new dataset of benthic foraminiferal assemblages from Adventfjorden (tributary fjord of Isfjorden, West Spitsbergen) was compared with the results of a study conducted by Zajączkowski et al. (2010) in Hornsund (West Spitsbergen). According to Nilsen et al. (2016), Atlantic water inflow to the Isfj[...]
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Bulletin of the Polish Academy of Sciences. Earth Sciences
EN A new biozonation scheme here proposed is based on benthic foraminifers recovered from the Toarcian to Bajocian deposits in the Pieniny Klippen Belt, Carpathians (Poland and Slovakia). Four zones and two subzones are established and correlated to ammonite biostratigraphy. The marker species included[...]
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Biuletyn Państwowego Instytutu Geologicznego
1999 nr 387 96--98
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Geological Quarterly
2018 Vol. 62, No. 1 155--171
EN The paper deals with sub-evaporite Badenian deposits (Middle Miocene, Paratethys) that display a sudden appearance of globorotaliid taxa showing preferences in the taxonomic set and coiling direction. An interval of sinistrally coiled Jenkinsella mayeri with proportionally coiled Globoconella bykova[...]
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Geological Quarterly
2012 Vol. 56, No. 4 869–-880
EN Taxonomic, quantitative and isotopic study of foraminifera from mudstone and claystone xenoliths incorporated into slump facies of the Stratified Salt Member of the Wieliczka deposit shows that the majority of xenoliths represent the CPN 8 biozone (Wielician substage, Badenian, Middle Miocene). The [...]
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Geological Quarterly
EN Foraminifera from newly exposed outcrop sections located in a Middle Miocene piggyback basin of the Outer Carpathians Nowy Sącz Basin indicate an environment of normal saline waters on the inner shelf and a temperature not lower than 18oC. The area was ideal for the proliferation of: Miliolina spp.,[...]
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Oceanologia
2012 No. 54 (2) 311-323
EN Twenty-five surficial sediment samples, collected on board ORV Sagar Kanya during her 199th and 200th cruises along a north-south transect between latitudes 9.69°N and 55.01°S, and longitudes 80°E and 40°E were studied for isotopic variations (values of δ18^O and δ^13C) of the indicator [...]
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Geological Quarterly
EN A new foraminiferal fauna from Early Triassic (Induan) strata of the Çaglayik section on the “Strandzha Massif”, north-west Turkey, comprises five species precisely determined and five species in open nomenclature belonging to ten genera. They belong to the post-extinction foraminiferal assemblage o[...]
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Geological Quarterly
EN Mainly pelagic/hemipelagic deposits of the Vezhany Nappe (Paleocene-Lowermost Oligocene Metova Formation with a high content of planktonic foraminifera) and typical flysch deposits of the Monastyrets Nappe (Paleocene-Eocene Sushmanets Formation with common agglutinated foraminifera as well as the Eo[...]
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Geological Quarterly
2016 Vol. 60, No. 1 167--180
EN The evolution of the Transylvanian Basin during the Early Miocene has been restored from the succession of palaeoenvironments inferred from the sedimentological trend and succession of specific foraminifera assemblages from Lower Miocene Tihău section in northwestern Transylvanian Basin. Planktonic [...]
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Geological Quarterly
2015 Vol. 59, No. 4 814--830
EN The Upper Campanian–Lower Maastrichtian interval of the Middle Vistula River Valley section records the following benthic foraminiferal bioevents in ascending stratigraphical order: LO of Globorotalites michelinianus, FO and LO of Globorotalites emdyensis (=G. hiltermanni), FO of Bolivina incrassata[...]
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Volumina Jurassica
EN On the 6th January 1997 the mud springs at Templars Firs, Wootton Bassett (Wiltshire) were designated a Site of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI) under Section 28 of the Wildlife and Countryside Act 1981 (as amended). The springs are notified as an SSSI on the basis of their hydrogeological interes[...]
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Geological Quarterly
2013 Vol. 57, No. 2 335–-342
EN We present the first record of benthic foraminiferal assemblages from 92 samples collected at approx. 3 m resolution in the bottom part of Hole U1341B drilled in the southern Bering Sea during Integrated Ocean Drilling Program (IODP) Expedition 323. Pliocene agglutinated foraminifera are generally r[...]
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Geological Quarterly
2014 Vol. 58, No. 3 427--438
EN The most abundant benthic foraminifers recorded in the Wielician salt-enclosed xenoliths are: Bulimina spp., Uvigerina spp., Valvulineria complanata, and Cibicides pseudoungerianus. The predominant taxon in the planktonic assemblage is Globigerina bulloides with a median 98.9% in biozone IIC and 89.[...]
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Geology, Geophysics and Environment
EN To optimize exploration for new hydrocarbon accumulations in the Polish Outer Carpathians, it is necessary to concentrate attention on identification of hydrocarbon accumulations of the “shale-gas” type. Results of recently completed analysis suggested new such possible targets in the Magura Basin, [...]
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Geological Quarterly
2017 Vol. 61, No. 3 682--695
EN During the Paleogene, the area of the northern Tethys was controlled by a turbidity system stimulated by diastrophic and geodynamic processes. These factors contributed to the dispersion and rapid oxygenation of organic debris. Its accumulation was a consequence of stagnant bottom water conditions t[...]
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Annales Societatis Geologorum Poloniae
2012 Vol. 82, No. 2 151–-159
EN Specimens of Middle Miocene (Early Badenian) Amphistegina from the Polish Carpathians were examined. A section, sampled at the Olimpów quarry, displays chloralgal carbonates, rich in rhodolith nodules. Symbiont-bearing foraminifera (Amphistegina, Elphidium and Asterigerinata) constitute 15–57% of th[...]
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Annales Societatis Geologorum Poloniae
EN We describe the new foraminiferal genus and species Plectoeratidus subarcticus n.gen. n.sp., from the Upper Cretaceous deep-water deposits of the Kviting and Kveite formations in the western Barents Sea. The genus is characterised by its planispiral-biserial-uniserial chamber arrangement, terminal a[...]
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Geological Quarterly
2012 Vol. 56, No. 4 757--764
EN Benthic foraminifera (total assemblages) were studied from 30 sea-floor samples collected along a bathymetric transect on the southern shelf of the Marmara Sea from depths of 15–350 m. At each station, Kaiho’s Benthic Foraminiferal Oxygen Index (BFOI) was calculated based on species abundances using[...]
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Volumina Jurassica
EN In the Mellala profile, located in the Traras Mountains (Tlemcen Domain, NW Algeria), the hemipelagic Bayada Fm. includes the transition from the Pliensbachian to the Toarcian within a continuous succession of alternating marls and marly limestones, whose thickness reaches approximatively 50 m.The B[...]
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