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The use of testate amoebae in studies of sea-level change: A case study from the Taf Estuary, south Wales, UK

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JournalThe Holocene
DatePublished - 1 Jan 1998
Issue number2
Volume8
Number of pages10
Pages (from-to)209-218
Original languageEnglish

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Micropalaeontological techniques play an important role in high-resolution studies of sea-level change. Salt-marsh foraminifera are among the most valuable groups of sea-level indicators as their distribution shows a narrow vertical zonation which can be accurately related to former sea level. This paper focuses on testate amoebae ('thecamoebians'), a closely related group of protozoans which have also been widely reported in salt marshes, but only in low numbers and diversities and only in the size fraction used in foraminiferal analyses (>63 μm). A new preparation technique is described which is based on the analysis of the 63 μm). Species diversity increases from 2 (>63 μm) to 36 (

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