The recent foraminifera in the ice-covered seas of the Canadian Arctic were found to be distributed in two bathymetric zones with their common boundary at about the 200-metre isobaths. The information was used to support a theory of a regional lowering of sea level during the Holocene. The rate of sedimentation during the past 8000 years is indicated to be 4.4 cm per 1000 years.
Benthic Foraminifera Collected in the Canadian Arctic During the 1966 Field Season
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