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Influence of Carbonate Dissolution, Climate, Sea-Level Changes and Volcanism on Neogene Sediments off Northwest Africa (Leg 41)
Initial Reports of the Deep Sea Drilling Project
A coarse fraction analysis (>40 µm),has been carried out on the Neogene sediments from Sites 366, 367, 368, and 369 of Leg 41, and the percentage composition of the coarse fractions is given. Influence of calcium carbonate dissolution, shown by the degree of fragmentation of planktonic foraminifers and by plankton/benthos ratios of foraminifers, reveals parallel variations at Sites 366 and 369, with a maximum of dissolution in the upper middle Miocene and a minimum in the Plio-Pleistocenedoi:10.2973/dsdp.proc.41.139.1978 fatcat:mdkbonazvbgklnodjgjgd2hv3q