Impression of the environmental evolution of a semi-closed environment during the last 17000 years as inferred from the benthic microfauna: a case study of Saronic Gulf

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Unit:
Κατεύθυνση Περιβάλλοντα Ιζηματογένεσης, Οικοσυστήματα και Γεωβιοπόροι
Library of the School of Science
Deposit date:
2019-01-31
Year:
2019
Author:
Daioglou Konstantinos
Supervisors info:
Ντρίνια Χαρίκλεια, Καθηγήτρια, Τμήμα Γεωλογίας κ Γεωπεριβάλλοντος, ΕΚΠΑ
Αναστασάκης Γεώργιος, Καθηγητής, Τμήμα Γεωλογίας κ Γεωπεριβάλλοντος, ΕΚΠΑ
Αντωναράκου Ασσημίνα, Αναπλ. Καθηγήτρια, Τμήμα Γεωλογίας κ Γεωπεριβάλλοντος, ΕΚΠΑ
Original Title:
Αποτύπωση της περιβαλλοντικής εξέλιξης ενός ημι-κλειστου κόλπου τα τελευταία 17000 χρόνια με βάση τη βενθονική μικροπανίδα: η περίπτωση του Σαρωνικού Κόλπου
Languages:
Greek
Translated title:
Impression of the environmental evolution of a semi-closed environment during the last 17000 years as inferred from the benthic microfauna: a case study of Saronic Gulf
Summary:
The purpose of this diploma thesis is to interpret the environmental evolution of Saronic Gulf area using Paleo-ecological methods based on Ostracods and Benthic Foraminifera during the Late Quaternary period. The area of ​​the Saronic Gulf is of great interest as it is a special system of a semi-closed gulf. Displays a complex basin structure. It is part of a larger-scale research activity and will help both enrich data on the Saronic Gulf and the wider Aegean and Eastern Mediterranean areas, as well as a deeper understanding of various processes of semi-marine marine ecosystems.
The high-resolution processing of Foraminifera and Ostracods data has made it possible to determine the paleoenvironment that has occurred during the last 17,000 years in our study area.
Main subject category:
Science
Keywords:
foraminifera, benthic,planktonic,ostracods,saronic,gulf,micropaleontology
Index:
Yes
Number of index pages:
3
Contains images:
Yes
Number of references:
127
Number of pages:
105

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