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Foraminifera of the Orinoco-Trinidad-Paria Shelf

C. W. Drooger

Foraminifera of the Orinoco-Trinidad-Paria Shelf

by C. W. Drooger

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Published by Elsevier Science & Technology .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Mathematics and Science,
  • Life Sciences - Zoology - General,
  • Science,
  • Science/Mathematics

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages108
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL10534345M
    ISBN 100720483603
    ISBN 109780720483604

    in this book marking the th anniversary of commercial oil production in Trinidad and Tobago, by the kind courtesy of the Southern Energy Research Centre which retains the intellectual property rights. Overview This presentation is a summary of the results of extensive work by the author and colleagues on many aspects of T&T’s This is the first quantitative study of temporal assemblage turnovers of the relationships between intertidal foraminifera. Time series datasets collected from tropical Caroni Swamp and Claxton Bay (Trinidad, SE Caribbean) and temperate Cowpen Marsh (NE England, U.K.) and Bay of Cadiz (SW Spain) were used. The assemblage turnover index (ATI) examined species interrelationships through 86C/abstract.

    Total (live dead) ostacod assemblages are documented in five samples from the Coconut Field area, and eight from the Mahogany Field, SE of Trinidad and east of the Orinoco delta. Although the fields both lie in ∼70–80m of water, and Mahogany lies only 18 km NE of Coconut, they are situated in different biofacies: Bradleya ex gr. dictyon, the dominant species in the Coconut Field (46% of Structure of the Melajo Clay near Arima, Trinidad and strike-slip motion in the El Pilar Fault Zone: in Rodrigues,K.(ed.), Transactions of the First Geological Conference of the Geological Society of Trinidad and Tobago, Port-of-Spain, Trinidad, 10thth July, ,

      Andersen, H.V. Two new species of Haplophragmoides from the Louisiana butions from the Cushman Foundation for Foraminiferal Research, 4: Arnold, Z.M. Discorinopsis aguayoi (Bermudez) and Discorinopsis vadescens Cushman and Bronnimann: a study of variation in cultures of living butions from the Cushman Foundation for   Estuarine Coastal and Shelf Science: Volume: Pagination: Date Published: 05/ Abstract: This is the first quantitative study of temporal assemblage turnovers of the relationships between intertidal foraminifera. Time series datasets collected from tropical Caroni Swamp and Claxton Bay (Trinidad, SE Caribbean) and temperate


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Reports of the Orinoco Shelf Expedition. Vol. IV by Drooger, C.W. & J.P.H. Kaasschieter and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at :// Sediments of the Paria-Trinidad shelf (Reports of the Orinoco Shelf Expedition) [B.

W Koldewijn] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying :// COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle coronavirus PDF | In the Godineau River Estuary, located in Trinidad Island (off the northeast coast of Venezuela), were found taxa of foraminifera and 17 of | Find, read and cite all the research you   Studies of planktonic foraminifera around Trinidad are few.

Todd and Bronnimann () found rare specimens of seven species in the Gulf of Paria (GoP), a J.P. KaasschieterForaminifera of the Orinoco-Trinidad-Paria shelf: report of the Orinoco shelf expedition. Verhandlungen Koninklijk Nederland Akademie Wetenschappelijke, 4 (), pp. 1 The samples yielded much iron-stained quartz and a rich assemblage of dead foraminifera, of which 75% of planktonic foraminifera were stained with iron, as was % of the calcareous benthonic In the Godineau River Estuary, located in Trinidad Island (off the northeast coast of Venezuela), were found taxa of foraminifera and 17 of thecamoebians in the dead fauna.

Most of the identified foraminiferal species were rare because they were transported from the Gulf of Paria to this :// outcome of the investigations of the Gulf of Paria sediments was published by VAN ANDEL and POSTMA (), while the examination of the sediments of the shelf area N.

and E. of Trinidad was made by KOLDEWIJN (). The present report deals with the results of the examination of the shelf area off the main Orinoco mouth and off British :// by the Dutch Orinoco Shelf Expedition (Andel & Postma, ).

This work reported: results of the taxonomy and distribution of foraminifera and ostracoda species; their relationship to the physical properties of the environment and; the absence of benthic foraminifera in the nearshore and tidal zones along the western coast of Trinidad :// Foraminifera of the Orinoco-Trinidad-Paria Shelf: Reports of the Orinoco Shelf Expedition, 4.

Verhandelingen der Koninklijke Nederlandse Akademie van   Trinidad and northeastern Venezuela fall within the framework of the Orinoco Geosyncline [1] and their separation by the shallow Gulf of Paria is geologically unimportant.

By far the greater part of the geosyncline lies on the mainland, hence the geologic evolution of Trinidad can be understood much more completely if the island is studied   Exploration around Trinidad and Tobago to date has accessed fields in onshore regions or beneath the neritic (typically shelf, and the few studies of late Pleistocene and Holocene benthic foraminifera associated with this hydrocarbon exploration have focussed on neritic depths proximal to the Orinoco Delta Foraminifera of the Orinoco–Trinidad–Paria Shelf.

Report of the Orinoco Shelf Expedition, Verhandlungen Koninklijk Nederland Akademie Wetenschappelijke 4, 1 – Eisma, D. tions of foraminiferal species on the Orinoco–Trinidad–Paria Shelf. Proportional abundances can be calculated readily from these because they indicate the number of specimens per species in samples of foraminifera.

Should conditions at a locality change, some foraminiferal species will die out while others able to cope with the new Show Summary Details. More options Open Geosciences P. The distribution of Foraminifera in the surface sediments of the Orinoco-Trinidad-Paria shelf region.

Rept. EPThe Hague, HOFKER, J. Foraminifera from the tidal zone in the Netherland Antilles and other west Indian islands.

Stud. fauna Curacao Caribb. Isls., 21 (83):The Foraminifera of Piscadera 35 ( The Upper Miocene Cruse Formation of Trinidad yields predominantly agglutinated foraminifera.

The limited assemblage has previously hampered palaeoenvironmental interpretations. Twenty-two samples taken from a basal Cruse section at m intervals from Quinam Bay (10°05′″N, 61°45′″W) yielded foraminifera in 33 species   Foraminifera and Thecamocbina from the three en­ vironmental zones, including the forms previollsly re­ ported by Cushman and Bronnimann (a, b).

Recent Foraminifera and Thecamoebina from the Eastern Gulf of Paria / ([Ithaca, N. Y.] Cushman Foundation for Foraminiferal Research, ), by Ruth Todd and Paul Bronnimann (page images at HathiTrust) An index to the genera and species of the Foraminifera, ?type=lcsubc&key=Fusulinida&c=x.

Foraminifera of the Orinoco-Trinidad-Paria shelf. Reports of the Orinoco Shelf Expedition. T. van Andel and H. Postma, Verhandelingen Der Koninklijke Nederlandse Akademie van Wetenschappen, Natuurkunde.

Davis, R. A. (). Foraminiferal assemblages of Alacran Reef, Campeche Bank, Mexico. Journal of Paleontolgy 38(2): @article{osti_, title = {Geology and hydrocarbon accumulations, Columbus Basin, Offshore Trinidad}, author = {Leonard, R}, abstractNote = {The Columbus basin, situated on the eastern shelf of Trinidad, lies at the eastern extremity of a belt of severe deformation along the northern boundary of South America that has been affected by compressional and wrench tectonics in Pliocene Thirty two seafloor samples were taken over an area of km2 off south-east Trinidad (water depths 38– m), north-east of the Orinoco Delta.

A total of ostracod carapaces and valves from 37 species were picked from them. Total recovery was co-dominated byBairdoppilata dorsoangulata andBradleya ex n, with lesserRadimella ovata, Loxoconcha sp.

2sensu Breman,