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Part 2 outlines some of the major ap-plications in paleoclimate studies from the 1970s A total of 24 sampling stations and around 5,700 specimens of foraminifera were recognized on thin-section analysis and classified into two major categories: planktonic and benthic. Thies, A., Die Benthosforaminiferen im Europäischen Nordmeer, Tiedemann, R., M. Sarnthein, and N. J. Shackleton, Astronomic timescale for the Pliocene Atlantic δ. Vogelsang, E., Paläo-Ozeanographie des Europäischen Nordmeeres anhand stabiler Kohlenstoff-und Sauer-stoffisotope. This direct linkage between pelagic and benthic faunal productivity persists, although with some notable variations, throughout the Holocene. Benthic foraminifera are typically found in fine-grained sediments, where they actively move between layers; however, many species are found on hard rock substrates, attached to seaweeds, or sitting atop the sediment surface. 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Facies This research was carried out with the financial support of the projects CGL2005-01316/BTE, CGL2008-03007/CLI, and RNM-3715, and by the Group RNM-178 (Junta de Andalucía). Part 1 is an overview of the principles of the technique and its early develop-ment, together with some of its complications and limitations. Substrate Silty and mud substrates that are rich in organic debris and contain small pore For example, some planktonic foraminifera shift their carbon isotopic signal with size by the same magnitude that separates ambient isotopic values of surface and deep waters [Berger et Moreover, distinct differences in species composition characterize some interglacial periods and short time intervals. is plentiful, several families of benthic and planktonic foraminifera harbor The latter provide the foraminiferal hosts with carbohydrates. 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