Data from: Differential drivers of benthic foraminiferal and molluscan community composition from a multivariate record of Early Miocene environmental change

Belanger CL, Garcia MV

Date Published: February 13, 2014

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.f4586

 

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Description Supplemental Table 1. Proportional abundances of foraminifera from 58 samples from Newport Member of the Astoria Formation with sample age, DCA site scores used in this paper, and MDS, NMDS and CA site scores for comparison. NMDS analyses were done with three axes and at a stress of 10.28. * denotes which foraminiferal samples were selected to more directly compare to the molluscan data.
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Description Supplemental Table 2. Proportional abundances of molluscs from 18 samples from the Newport Member of the Astoria Formation with sample age, DCA site scores used in this paper, and PCO, NMDS, and CA site scores for comparison. NMDS analyses were done with two axes and at a stress of 8.57.
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Description Supplemental Table 3. Foraminifera species identified in the Newport Member of the Astoria Formation with life habit information and DCA species scores. Life habit assignments are based on modern congenerics and are from Murray (1991, 2006).
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Description Supplemental Table 4. Molluscan species identified in the Newport Member of the Astoria Formation with life habit information and DCA species scores. Trophic group assignment made following Todd (2001). Taxonomy follows Moore (1963). Modern water depth distributions are given where possible and follow Keen (1937).
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Description Supplemental Table 5. Environmental proxy data from 36 samples where all proxies were available, PCA site scores used to examine environmental gradients this paper, and NMDS ordination scores based on the Euclidian distances among sites from proxy data for comparison. * denotes environmental data associated with foraminiferal samples that were selected to more directly compare to the molluscan data.
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Description Supplemental Table 6. Nitrogen isotope values measured from bulk sediment.
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When using this data, please cite the original publication:

Belanger CL, Garcia MV (2014) Differential drivers of benthic foraminiferal and molluscan community composition from a multivariate record of Early Miocene environmental change. Paleobiology 40(3): 398-416. http://dx.doi.org/10.1666/13019

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Belanger CL, Garcia MV (2014) Data from: Differential drivers of benthic foraminiferal and molluscan community composition from a multivariate record of Early Miocene environmental change. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.f4586
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