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Quantitative biostratigraphy analysis by observing Sphenolithus abies and Helicosphaera carteri could predict paleosalinity changes at a sedimentary basin diachronically. Hyposaline conditions can be investigated from the abundance changes of Helicosphaera carteri and Calcidiscus leptoporus counts. Along this line, the increasing number of Sphenolithus abies demonstrates particular states of normal saline. Paleosalinity changes in the North East Java Basin, from Late Miocene to Pleistocene weredoi:10.14203/risetgeotam2014.v24.77 fatcat:pes42tkmwvb3tbfowzmu6byssi