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Shallow burial diagenesis of skeletal carbonates: selective loss of aragonite shell material (Miocene to Recent, Queensland Plateau and Queensland Trough, NE Australia) -- implications for shallow cool-water carbonates
Geochemical Correction of Carbon-14 in Dissolved Inorganic Carbon used for Groundwater Age Dating in the Glacial Aquifer System, Conterminous United States
Data provided here describe geochemical correction of carbon-14 in dissolved inorganic carbon (DIC) for groundwater age dating. Datasets include major ion chemistry of groundwater samples, model parameter inputs, and final corrected carbon-14 in DIC. Geochemical correction was completed in two phases: determination of reactive phase mole transfers through an inverse geochemical model (PHREEQC; Parkhurst and Appleo, 1992) and tracking of isotopic mass transfer among phases (NetpathXL; Parkhusrtand Charlton, 2008). Parkhurst, D.L., and Appelo, C.A.J., 2013, Description of input and examples for PHREEQC version 3—A computer program for speciation, batch-reaction, one-dimensional transport, and inverse geochemical...
Late Cenozoic depositional history of the western Svalbard continental shelf, controlled by subsidence and climate
Seismic Stratigraphy and Geological Evolution of the Cenozoic, Cool-Water Eucla Platform, Great Australian Bight
Nutrients, temperature, disturbance, and evolution: a model for the late Cenozoic marine record of the western Atlantic
Coal-Bearing Regions and Structural Sedimentary Basins ofChina and Adjacent Seas: Structural sedimentary basins
This dataset is a collection of structural sedimentarybasin locations in The Peoples Republic of China. Includedin this dataset are the age and name of each structuralsedimentary basin.
Modeling Cenozoic sedimentation in the central equatorial Pacific and implications for true polar wander
Calcareous reef alga Halimeda (Chlorophyta, Byropsidales): a Cretaceous genus that diversified in the Cenozoic
Cenozoic coralline algal assemblage from southwestern Kutch and its importance in palaeoenvironment and palaeobathymetry.
Cenozoic and Mesozoic Denver Vertebrate Fossil Collection, U.S. Geological Survey Core Research Center (1948-1978)
Collection consist of vertebrates featuring stratigraphic and spatial data. Data is primarily type fossils from the USGS Denver vertebrate Catalog created and maintained by U.S. Geological Survey (USGS). Data were collected by paleontologist Dr. G. Edward Lewis during his years of service within the USGS Paleontology And Stratigraphy Branch. His catalogs were converted into digital form, Excel and Filemaker Pro database. The Catalog is 1122 fossil localities. His supplementary data has been added whenever possible - sources field map locality points, E&R files with enhanced faunal lists, as well as formal publications. For the complete traditional dataset, please contact Kevin Mckinney (firstname.lastname@example.org)....
Oceanic pollen transport and pollen:dinocyst ratios as markers of late Cenozoic sea level change and sediment transport
Eastern Ross Sea continental shelf during the Cenozoic: implications for the West Antarctic ice sheet development
Preliminary record of Cenozoic hermatypic scleractinian corals and their current occurrence in coastal areas of Falcon state, Venezuela
The USGS Gulf Coast Source Rock Database (GCSRD) is an online repository for all publicly available source rock data (outcrop and subsurface) from the states of Florida, Georgia, Alabama, Mississippi, Louisiana, Arkansas, and Texas. "Source rock data" are defined in this context as data that include any of the following measured or calculated parameters: - Total organic carbon (TOC) - Various pyrolysis measurements (Tmax, S1, S2, S3, HI, OI) - Vitrinite or bitumen reflectance values All data in the GCSRD have been extracted from previously published peer-reviewed literature or as USGS-released data sets; no new measurements are included. The underlying data set is presented as an interactive, map-view...
Impacts of climate change on species, populations and communities: palaeobiogeographical insights and frontiers
Understanding climate change and its potential impact on species, populations and communities is one of the most pressing questions of twenty-first-century conservation planning. Palaeobiogeographers working on Cenozoic fossil records and other lines of evidence are producing important insights into the dynamic nature of climate and the equally dynamic response of species, populations and communities. Climatic variations ranging in length from multimillennia to decades run throughout the palaeo-records of the Quaternary and earlier Cenozoic and have been shown to have had impacts ranging from changes in the genetic structure and morphology of individual species, population sizes and distributions, community composition...