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Deep-sea benthic foraminifera have performed a significant position in biostratigraphic, paleoecological, and paleoceanographical study for over a century. those single–celled marine protists are very important due to their geographic ubiquity, contrast morphologies and swift evolutionary premiums, their abundance and variety deep–sea sediments, and thanks to their software as symptoms of environmental stipulations either at and lower than the sediment–water interface. furthermore, strong isotopic info got from deep–sea benthic foraminiferal assessments offer paleoceanographers with environmental details that's proving to be of significant value in stories of world climatic swap. This paintings collects jointly, for the 1st time, new morphological descriptions, taxonomic placements, stratigraphic prevalence facts, geographical distribution summaries, and palaeoecological info, in addition to cutting-edge color photomicrographs (most taken in mirrored gentle, simply as you are going to see them utilizing gentle microscopy), of three hundred universal deep-sea benthic foraminifera species spanning the period from Jurassic - fresh. This quantity is meant as a reference and examine source for post-graduate scholars in micropalaeontology, geological execs (stratigraphers, paleontologists, paleoecologists, palaeoceanographers), taxonomists, and evolutionary (paleo)biologists.
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