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COMPARING LIVING AND HOLOCENE COCCOLITHOPHORE ASSEMBLAGES IN THE AEGEAN MARINE ENVIRONMENTS
Bulletin of the Geological Society of Greece
Detailed quantitative analyses of coccolithophores performed on the shallow deposits of the southeastern Aegean region (core NS-14, 505 m depth), evidenced that the distribution of calcare-ous nannoplankton assemblages during the last 13 ka BP reflects paleoenvironmental changes which are directly related to parameters such as temperature, salinity, productivity and nutrient flux in the water column. Analysis enabled the separation of the assemblages in four groups. Group A consists ofdoi:10.12681/bgsg.11222 fatcat:yuoof24ldvfu7jjiemyymlkawy