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Microfossil References. Berggen, W. A. (1978): Recent advances in Cenozoic planktic foraminiferal biostratigraphy, biochronology, and biogeography: Atlantic Ocean. Micropaleontology 24 : 337-370. Bignot, G. (1985): Elements of Micropaleontology. Graham & Tortman LTD, London .

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