Calcareous nannofossils in Campanian volcaniclastic sediment, Detroit Seamount; an environmental application

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doi: 10.2973/odp.proc.sr.197.002.2004
Author(s): Siesser, William G.
Ocean Drilling Program, Leg 197, Shipboard Scientific Party, College Station, TX
Author Affiliation(s): Primary:
Vanderbilt University, Department of Geology, Nashville, TN, United States
Other:
University of Rochester, United States
Stanford University, United States
University of Trieste, Italy
RWTH-Aachen, Federal Republic of Germany
University of Toronto, Canada
ODP/Naturalia et Biologia, France
Massachusetts Institute of Technology, United States
Michigan State University, United States
University of Leicester, United Kingdom
Stockholm University, Sweden
University of Notre Dame, United States
Max-Planck-Institüt für Chemie, Federal Republic of Germany
Université Joseph Fourier, France
Vanderbilt University, United States
Johann Wolfgang Goethe-Universität, Federal Republic of Germany
Universität Göttingen, Federal Republic of Germany
University of Hawaii at Manoa, United States
Okayama University of Science, Japan
Universita di Milano, Italy
Volume Title: Proceedings of the Ocean Drilling Program; scientific results; motion of the Hawaiian Hotspot; a paleomagnetic test; covering Leg 197 of the cruises of the drilling vessel JOIDES Resolution; Yokohama, Japan, to Yokohama, Japan; Sites 1203-1206; 1 July-27 August 2001
Volume Author(s): Duncan, Robert A.; Tarduno, John A.; Scholl, David W.; Bonaccorsi, Rosalba; Buysch, Arno; Cavallo, Claire; Cottrell, Rory D.; Einaudi, Florence; Frey, Frederick A.; Gudding, Jill A.; Haggas, Sarah; Huang, Shichun; Keller, Randall A.; Kerr, Bryan C.; Lindblom, Sten; Neal, Clive R.; Regelous, Marcel; Révillon, Sidonie; Siesser, William G.; Steinberger, Bernhard; Stoll, Johannes; Thompson, Patricia M. E.; Thordarson, Thorvaldur; Torii, Masayuki; Tremolada, Fabrizio
Source: Proceedings of the Ocean Drilling Program; scientific results; motion of the Hawaiian Hotspot; a paleomagnetic test; covering Leg 197 of the cruises of the drilling vessel JOIDES Resolution; Yokohama, Japan, to Yokohama, Japan; Sites 1203-1206; 1 July-27 August 2001, Robert A. Duncan, John A. Tarduno, David W. Scholl, Rosalba Bonaccorsi, Arno Buysch, Claire Cavallo, Rory D. Cottrell, Florence Einaudi, Frederick A. Frey, Jill A. Gudding, Sarah Haggas, Shichun Huang, Randall A. Keller, Bryan C. Kerr, Sten Lindblom, Clive R. Neal, Marcel Regelous, Sidonie Révillon, William G. Siesser, Bernhard Steinberger, Johannes Stoll, Patricia M. E. Thompson, Thorvaldur Thordarson, Masayuki Torii and Fabrizio Tremolada; Ocean Drilling Program, Leg 197, Shipboard Scientific Party, College Station, TX. Proceedings of the Ocean Drilling Program, Scientific Results (CD ROM), Vol.197, 10p. Publisher: Texas A&M University, Ocean Drilling Program, College Station, TX, United States. ISSN: 1096-2514
Note: In English. Data report; available only on CD-ROM in PDF format and on the Web in PDF or HTML. 6 refs.CD-ROM, ISSN 1096-2514; WWW, ISSN 1096-7451; 1 table
Summary: Calcareous nannofossils occur in numerous layers within a thick volcaniclastic succession encountered on the Detroit Seamount. Nannofossils present in a given bed confirm a marine depositional environment for the bed, add to our understanding of depositional events occurring between times of lava flow, and contribute to the interpretation of the overall physical volcanological history of the seamount.
Year of Publication: 2006
Research Program: ODP Ocean Drilling Program
Key Words: 12 Stratigraphy, Historical Geology and Paleoecology; Algae; Biostratigraphy; Calcareous composition; Campanian; Cretaceous; Depositional environment; Detroit Seamount; Emperor Seamounts; Hawaiian Plume; Leg 197; Mesozoic; Microfossils; Nannofossils; North Pacific; Northwest Pacific; Ocean Drilling Program; Pacific Ocean; Paleoenvironment; Plantae; Senonian; Upper Cretaceous; Volcanism; West Pacific
Coordinates: N505000 N510000 E1675000 E1674000
Record ID: 2007002126
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