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micropaleontology

[¦mī·krō‚pā·lē·ən′täl·ə·jē]
(paleontology)
A branch of paleontology that deals with the study of microfossils.
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Fensome, 2003) is in general accord with the micropaleontological data for the Cenozoic section, particularly in the Paleogene, though some disparities exist (Fig.
Based on micropaleontological dating of foraminifera in limestones associated with the basalts, Henningsen (1966) assigned a Campanian age to the Basal (e.
Micropaleontological, geochemical, and petrological techniques have been applied to these units in the 60's of the last century.
Boundaries and stage subdivision of the Mid-Permian (Guadalupian Series) in the light of new micropaleontological data.
Stratigraphical Atlas of Fossil Foraminifera, British Micropaleontological Society Series, Ellis Horwood Limited, Chichester, pp.
Our structural, sedimentological and micropaleontological analysis of the Palo Verde region demonstrates that a variety of facies in these different areas share the same Paleocene to Early Eocene age.
1992), but the complexity of its characteristic signals includes serious micropaleontological inconsistencies with mixed biotic assemblages that perpetuate divergence of interpretations, and raise doubts on the timing and real causal mechanisms of the biotic turnover that characterizes the boundary.
The classical K/Pg boundary Agost section has been revisited and analysed mainly from the micropaleontological point of view.
British Micropaleontological Society Series, 149-227, Ellis Horwood, Chichester.