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Foraminifera from the Kara and Greenland Seas, and review of Arctic studies

Todd, Ruth

Foraminifera from the Kara and Greenland Seas, and review of Arctic studies

by Todd, Ruth

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Published by Dept. of the Interior, Geological Survey, for sale by the Supt. of Docs., U.S. Govt. Print Off. in [Reston, Va.], Washington .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Foraminifera, Fossil -- Russia (Federation) -- Kara Sea.,
  • Foraminifera, Fossil -- Greenland Sea,
  • Foraminifera -- Russia (Federation) -- Kara Sea.,
  • Foraminifera -- Greenland Sea

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographies and index

    Statementby Ruth Todd and Doris Low
    SeriesGeological Survey professional paper -- 1070
    ContributionsLow, Doris., Geological Survey (U.S.)
    The Physical Object
    Paginationiii, 30, [6] p. :
    Number of Pages30
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15401319M
    LC Control Number77608327

    The southern half of the Barents Sea, including the ports of Murmansk (Russia) and Vardø (Norway) remain ice-free year round due to the warm North Atlantic September, the entire Barents Sea is more or less completely ice-free. Until the Winter War (–40), Finland's territory also reached to the Barents Sea. Its harbor at Petsamo was Finland's only ice-free winter countries: Norway and Russia.   In contrast, N. pachyderma (s) calcifies very close to the sea surface ( m) in the Arctic domain of the western Nordic Seas. However, further west N. pachyderma (s) prefers somewhat deeper, more saline water at m well below the halocline that confines the low saline East Greenland Current.

      Read "Benthic foraminifera as palaeo sea-ice indicators in the subarctic realm – examples from the Labrador Sea–Baffin Bay region, Quaternary Science Reviews" on DeepDyve, the largest online rental service for scholarly research with thousands of academic publications available at your fingertips. The major aim of this book is to publish results of - especially Russian - studies dealing with modern sedimentary processes (Fig. 1) and its geological record in the central Arctic Ocean and the adjacent Eurasian shelf seas. For example, the terrigenous sediment supply and its shelf-to-basin transport in.

    This review synthesizes published and new biodiversity data across multiple spatial and temporal scales, and from the coast to the deep-sea, to provide an overview of what is known along the western European margin. Threats to the biodiversity of the region are highlighted, as well as identifying where there are still gaps in our by:   (3) Methane Observation – Dahr Jamail’s book The End of Ice (The New Press, ) relates an ominous story of methane bubbling at Barents Sea. In Barrow, Alaska, he met Ira Leifer, a scientist who studies the shallow seas of the Arctic and works with NASA on methane data.


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Foraminifera from the Kara and Greenland Seas, and review of Arctic studies by Todd, Ruth Download PDF EPUB FB2

FORAMINIFERA FROM THE KARA AND GREENLAND SEAS, AND REVIEW OF ARCTIC STUDIES By RUTH TODD and DORIS Low ABSTRACT Analyses of the Foraminifera found in 83 bottom sediment samples from the Kara and Greenland Seas showed a com­ bined fauna of species.

All the Kara samples and halfCited by: Get this from a library. Foraminifera from the Kara and Greenland Seas, and review of Arctic studies: sparse an erratic fauna ( species) of low diversity and strong dominances from the Continental Shelf of both seas and from slopes, basins, and rises of the.

Foraminifera from the Kara and Greenland seas, and review of Arctic studies Professional Paper By: Ruth Todd and Doris Low. PP / Todd, R. and Low, D. / FORAMINIFERA FROM THE KARA AND GREENLAND SEAS, AND REVIEW OF ARCTIC STUDIES,pb, 30 pages, 2 plates, 2 figs., 3 tables, $ 5 Geologic Survey of Canada Publications.

Foraminifera, References, Literature list. Carnets de Gèologie - Notebooks on Geology, Brest, Book /02 (CG_B02). D., Foraminifera from the Kara and Greenland Seas, and Review of Arctic Studies. Geol. Survey Prof.

Paper TOLL Tollmann And review of Arctic studies book Foraminiferenfauna des Oberconiac aus der Gosau des Ausseer. Map of the Arctic Ocean and adjoining seas. Black square the investigation area that are shown in Figs.

2 and 5. Black arrow the inflow of Atlantic water to the Arctic Ocean. The sea ice extent in September from various years is also shown; (white line), (blue line), (red line), and (gray line).The sea ice extent is based on data from National Snow and Ice Data Center (NSIDC).Cited by: 4.

Foraminifera from the Arctic Slope of Alaska By HELEN TAPPAN Part 2, Jurassic Foraminifera Description and illustrations of Jurassic Foraminifera, including the first Liassic Foraminifera discovered in the Western Hemisphere. Prepared in cooperation with the U. Department of the Navy, Office of Naval Petroleum and Oil Shale by: New Arctic Foraminifera collected by Capt.

Bartlett from Fox Basin and off the northeast coast of Greenland: (with two plates) (Smithsonian miscellaneous collections) [Joseph A Cushman] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

Inspire a love of reading with Prime Book Box for Kids Discover delightful children's books with Prime Book Box, a subscription that delivers new books every 1, 2, or 3 months — new customers receive 30% off your first box. Learn : Helen NiSna Tappan. Paleoecology of benthic foraminifera in the Norwegian-Greenland Sea 55 total AR C.

rvuelletstorfi 0. rrnrbol~ntus P. bulloides C. subglobosus T, tricnri~iofrr Figure 4. BFAR (Spec.*cm-2*ky-1) of total benthic foraminiferal assemblage and five important species Core Oxygen isotope stages are Size: 3MB.

and less saline polar waters. The meeting of warm Atlantic and cold Arctic waters is called the Arctic Front (Schepper et al., ).

Figure 1: Division of the Nordic Seas (made up of the Norwegian Sea, Iceland Sea and Greenland Sea) by the Polar Front (PF) and Arctic Front (AF) based on modern surface temperatures.

The Norwegian Continental Front. RESEARCH/REVIEW ARTICLE Species distribution and depth habitat of recent planktic foraminifera in Fram Strait, Arctic Ocean Theodora Pados1 & Robert F.

Spielhagen1,2 1 Department of. Benthic foraminifera have been widely used as proxy for paleo-methane emissions, mainly based on their stable isotopic signature. In cold seeps, the ecology of these organisms remains uncertain. Foraminifera of an ice-scoured nearshore zone in the Canadian Arctic.

In C. Schafer and B. Pelletier (eds.), First International Symposium of Continental Margin Benthonic Foraminifera, Part A. Ecology and Biology, Maritime Sediments Spec. Pub. 1, pp. –Cited by:   Benthic foraminifera have been widely used as proxy for paleo-methane emissions, mainly based on their stable isotopic signature.

In cold seeps, the ecology of these organisms remains uncertain, in particular their ability to thrive during active phases of seepage. In this study, we evaluate the benthic foraminiferal response to methane seepage in Arctic : Pierre-Antoine Dessandier, Chiara Borrelli, Dimitri Kalenitchenko, Giuliana Panieri.

published the book: "Fifty Years of Arctic Research. Anthropological Studies from Greenland to Siberia" To purchase this book in the United States at the price of $ (plus postage), please contact: David Brown Book Co.

PO Box Oakville, CT USA @ Toll-free: or direct dial: / Fax. Highlights Uniquely preserved Arctic record of calcareous foraminifers extending to ca Ma. First proxy evaluation of Quaternary sea-ice history in the western Arctic.

Seasonal sea ice in the Early Pleistocene probably related to Pacific connection. Progressively expanding sea ice in the Middle–Late Pleistocene.

Year-round sea ice in the western Arctic was a norm for the past several by: A synopsis of Arctic and Scandinavian recent marine Foraminifera hitherto discovered / by Axel Goës. Related Titles. Series: Kongl.

Svenska vetenskaps-akademiens handlingar ; bd. 25, n:o 9 Series: Museum of Comparative Zoology--Biodiversity Heritage Library digitization project. composition of polar planktic foraminifera.

Our study was performed in the Fram Strait that connects the Arctic and North Atlantic Oceans and comprises strong oceanographic contrasts (Fig. On an E–W transect between the Svalbard and Greenland margins, the upper water column and sedi-ment surface were sampled for planktic foraminifera species.

Calcareous microfossils are widely used by paleoceanographers to investigate past sea-surface hydrology. Among these microfossils, planktonic foraminifera are probably the most ex.

The central Arctic Ocean LME is centred on the North Pole and is bordered by the landmasses of Eurasia, North America and Greenland (See Fig. ). The LME has a permanent ice cover that extends seasonally between 60 ° N and 75 ° N latitude and is subject to a rapid climate change with the ice cover shrinking in thickness and extent.The area of the Greenland-Norwegian-Barents-Kara Seas has considerably more open water during summer months but only in the area south of 80° N (Figure ).

Because atmospheric circulation largely is generated by the gradients resulting from heat gain at low latitudes and heat loss at high latitudes, the approximate 6×10 6 km 2 perennial.We link the SAF changes, from c.

to ka BP, to a strengthening of the East Greenland Current and a warming in the NAC, as identified by various studies underlying these two currents. From c. ka BP onwards, we record a prominent subsurface cooling and continued occurrence of fresh and sea‐ice loaded surface waters at the study by: 5.