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microfossil

(mī′krō-fŏs′əl)
n.
A fossil, as of a pollen grain or unicellular organism, that is too small to study with the naked eye.
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Sancetta, "Seasonal associations of phytoplankton and planktic foraminifera in an upwelling region and their contribution to the seafloor," Marine Micropaleontology, vol.
Duque as one of the areas where oil companies had defined several geological units in northern Colombia; those were pleasant days learning about the rocks that integrate the geology of this region and listening to their experiences with micropaleontology and his forays into the geology of the Guajira.
The Cenozoic micropaleontology of this well was first studied by Gradstein (1978), but at that time only cuttings samples were available.
1984): Early Jurassic stratigraphy and micropaleontology of the Grand Banks and Portugal.
Latif [1 and 2] mapped the Hazara area and explained the detailed the stratigraphy and micropaleontology of all the rocks from Pre-Cambrian to recent.
Baumgartner-Mora, is responsible for micropaleontology and microfacies interpretation in this study.
Micropaleontology of Galis Group, Hazara, West Pakistan; India.