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Title: A Stratigraphically Important New Diatom from the Pleistocene of the North Pacific 
Author: Burckle, L.H.; Hammond, S.R.; Seyb, Stefan M.
Date: 1978-04
Publisher: University of Hawaii Press
Citation: Burckle LH, Hammond SR, Seyb SM. 1978. A stratigraphically important new diatom from the Pleistocene of the north Pacific. Pac Sci 32(2): 209-214.
Abstract: Rhizosolenia matuyamai, a stratigraphically useful new diatom
from the Pleistocene of the north Pacific is described. A detailed paleomagnetic
and biostratigraphic study of three deep-sea cores from the north Pacific and
Deep Sea Drilling Project (DSDP) site 173 indicate that this species ranges
consistently from just below the Jaramillo magnetic event to the lower part of
the Jaramillo.
ISSN: 0030-8870

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