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., 2013).
This Acme zone 3 corresponds to the SBZ17, and is considered to be Bartonian in age.
This variety is generally found in Jackson (Bartonian) deposits and is evidence that the Texas occurrence is of equivalent age to the Moodys Branch Formation or younger deposits in the eastern Gulf of Mexico coastal plain.
HORIZON: Eocene, middle Bartonian (Wetzeliella hampdenensis Wilson, 1967), Burnside Formation, according to KOHLER, 1995.
The Middle Eocene (Lutetian to Bartonian) assemblage is chararcterized by Asterigerina rotula, Sphaerogypsina globula, Austrotrillina eocenica Eorupertia spp., Pellatispira spp., and Linderina spp., Rotalia trochidoformis, Ranikothalia nutalli, Lockhartia hunti, Assilina sublaminosa, Assilina leymeriei and Assilina subspinosa.
Based on the paleontological studies the age of the Jahrum Formation is Middle Eocene (Lutetian to Bartonian) to Late Eocene (Priabonian).
(1986): Mammals from the Bartonian (middle/late Eocene) of the Hampshire Basin, Southern England.
viteauensis, a second taxon described by Zavada and de Villiers (2000) from Middle Eocene (Bartonian) sediments (Scott et al., 2006) offshore the coast of Namibia (Table 8; Fig.
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.