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Paleocene ostracoda from Nûgssuaq, West Greenland. by Janina Szczechura

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Published by C. A. Reitzel in København .
Written in English

Subjects:

Places:

  • Greenland,
  • Nugssuaq Peninsula (Davis Strait),
  • Nûgssuaq Peninsula (Davis Strait)

Subjects:

  • Ostracoda, Fossil -- Greenland -- Nugssuaq Peninsula (Davis Strait),
  • Paleontology -- Paleocene.,
  • Paleontology -- Greenland -- Nûgssuaq Peninsula (Davis Strait)

Book details:

Edition Notes

SeriesMeddelelser om Grønland, bd. 193, nr. 1, Grønlands Geologiske Undersøgelse. Bulletin, no. 94, Meddelelser om Grønland ;, bd. 193, nr. 1., Bulletin (Grønlands geologiske undersøgelse) ;, no. 94.
ContributionsDanske Nûgssuaq ekspeditioner, 1938 og 1939.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsQ115 .D39 bd. 193, nr. 1, QE817.O8 .D39 bd. 193, nr. 1
The Physical Object
Pagination42 p., 8 plates.
Number of Pages42
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL4074735M
ISBN 108742100364
LC Control Number79886726

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The Nuussuaq Basin, earlier termed the Nûgssuaq Embayment, forms a part of the Cretaceous to Tertiary West Greenland Basin and has been interpreted as a rift basin (Henderson et al., ).Chalmers and Laursen ()discussed the tectonic development of the West Greenland Basin south of the study Nuussuaq Basin is bounded by a number of faults, among Cited by: A new microfossil based biostratigraphy of the Paleocene and Lower Eocene sediments of the Hellefisk-1, Ikermiut-1, Kangâmiut-1, Nukik-1, and Nukik-2 boreholes offshore West Greenland . books on fossil ostracoda Ainsworth, N.R., Toarcian and Aalenian Ostracoda from the Fastnet Basin, Offshore South-West Ireland. 60 p., 9 figs, 11 pls, paperbound fl. 20,00 SOLD. (Early Paleocene) of Fakse, Denmark. These revisions em-phasized the need of a revision of the highly diverse family Cancellariidae from Nuussuaq. Geological setting and stratigraphy The geological setting of the West Greenland continental margin has been described by Dam & Sønderholm (), Nøhr-Hansen & Dam (), Dam et al. (), Dam.

A very limited amount of microfossil biostratigraphic information on the Palaeogene succession is available from the area offshore West Greenland, whereas more detailed information is available from the Canadian margin of the Labrador Sea (Berggren et al., , Gradstein and Agterberg, , Gradstein and Berggren, , Gradstein et al., , Williams et al., ).Cited by: 6. Book January with the late Palaeocene Thyra flora of Northern Greenland and with the late Paleocene-early Eocene floras of Arctic Canada (Strand Bay Formation and lower part of the. Dalhoff, F., Chalmers, J.A., Gregersen, U., Nøhr-Hansen, H., Rasmussen, J.A., and Sheldon, E., , Mapping and facies analysis of Paleocene-Mid-Eocene seismic sequences, offshore southern West. The Paleocene deposits on the Nuussuaq peninsula (West Greenland) contain three new species belonging to the family Pseudolividae de Gregorio,

46 7 CENOZOIC OSTRACODA , - NORTH ATLANTIC University o f Glasgow, Scotland A B S TRACT The ostrocod fauna o f each Cenozoic epoch i s described where possible from western Europe (Denmark, Belgium, England, France, ), the A t l a n t i c seaboard o f a, Greenland, Rockall, and from the by: 4. PERCH-NIELSEN, K.: Danian and Campanian/Maastrichtian Coccoliths from Nugssuaq, West Greenland. Bull. geol. Soc. Denmark, vol. 22 pp. Copenhagen, January, 17th, For the first time, fossil calcareous nannoplankton has been found in Greenland and as far north as 70° 35' N. The coccolith assemblage found in West Greenland represents. Paleocene Ostracoda from Nugssuaq, West Greenland. Medd. om Grfinland,, ,8 pls. TRIEBEL,E Zwei neue Ostracoden-Gattungen aus dem Lutet des Pariser by: 2. During and five dry exploration wells (Hellefisk-1, Ikermiut-1, Kangâmiut-1, Nukik-1 and Nukik-2) were drilled through Tertiary and Upper Cretaceous shelf sediments offshore central West Greenland between 65°N and 68°N (Fig. 1; Henderson, , Henderson, , Henderson et al., ).Rolle () described the lithostratigraphy, sedimentary evolution Cited by: