Supplemental Material: Sequence stratigraphy, micropaleontology, and foraminiferal geochemistry, Bass River, New Jersey paleoshelf, USA: Implications for Eocene ice-volume changes
journal contributionposted on 01.04.2019 by Megan K. Fung, Miriam E. Katz, Kenneth G. Miller, James V. Browning, Yair Rosenthal
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Geosphere, April 2019, v. 15, no. 2, p. 502-532, doi:10.1130/GES01652.1, Supplemental Information. Table S1 includes counts of all identified benthic foraminiferal species, planktonic abundances, ostracod genera from each sample depth, benthic foraminiferal factor scores, and trace element analysis values used in this study. Figure S1 shows depth estimates of the most common taxa present at Bass River in our study. Figure S2 compares global ë13C values with our study from Bass River. Figures S3–S5 show updated age-depth plots for Sites ACGS#4, Island Beach, and Atlantic City, respectively. Figure S6 compares Bass River BWT/SST with TEX86 temperature reconstructions for the Eocene.