Bartonian


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Bartonian

[bär′tōn·ē·ən]
(geology)
A European stage: Eocene geologic time above Auversian, below Ludian. Also known as Marinesian.
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During Bartonian, the Eastern Atlantic marine biodiversity fell, but the Paris Basin and the Loire-Atlantique (Britain) still correspond to very rich areas having a mollusc richness exceeding 1000 species (Merle, 2008; 2009, Lebrun et al.
Many years later, Ruiz de Gaona (1947) and Ruiz de Gaona and Colom (1950) completed a more comprehensive study of these formations, describing their foraminiferal content and concluding that they were Bartonian in age.
This Acme zone 3 corresponds to the SBZ17, and is considered to be Bartonian in age.
According to mentioned biozones, two successions have biologic similarities up to Middle Eocene then sedimentation continued in Maroosk section and there are sediments of Bartonian and Priabonian.
HORIZON: Eocene, middle Bartonian (Wetzeliella hampdenensis Wilson, 1967), Burnside Formation, according to KOHLER, 1995.
1986): Mammals from the Bartonian (middle/late Eocene) of the Hampshire Basin, Southern England.
1993b): Middle Bartonian locality with Anchomomys (Adapidae, Primates) in the Spanish Pyrenees: Preliminary Report.
I go to St Luke's Bartonian Sunday lunch there every Sunday.
The former St Luke's Hospital at Crosland Moor originally set up the Bartonians Sunday Luncheon Club for elderly people and those suffering from conditions such as dementia and Alzheimer's.
It was organised by the Bartonians Lunch Club, which holds social lunches for elderly people.
The Bartonians Sunday Luncheon Club held the event at St Luke's Hospital yesterday.
The Bartonians Sunday Luncheon Club, Crosland Moor, received pounds 4,640 to help with transport costs.