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Burrowing Depths of Some Neogene Heterodont Bivalves

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David E. Ogren
David E. Ogren
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Keewhan Choi
Keewhan Choi
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Martin D. Fraser
Martin D. Fraser
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Published:
January 01, 1975

Using a classification procedure based on the principal components method and the Mahalanobis distance, we classified 11 species of fossil bivalves into three burrowing depth groups: shallow, medium, and deep. The classification is consistent with data from the literature concerning burrowing depths of modern examples of these species.

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GSA Memoirs

Quantitative Studies in the Geological Sciences

E. H. Timothy Whitten
E. H. Timothy Whitten
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Geological Society of America
Volume
142
ISBN print:
9780813711423
Publication date:
January 01, 1975

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