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Research over the past few decades has shown that recent marine dinoflagellate cyst assemblages are strongly influenced by environmental factors, and statistical modelling of ecological signals (SMES) therefore has potential application for interpretation of fossil dinocysts in biostratigraphy. Towards this end a global database of recent cyst distributions from known environments has been developed using statistical methods that most accurately reflect and quantify the ecological signals expressed by the cysts. The first test is reported here of the application of SMES to industrial biostratigraphy using a palynology dataset from four wells along an onshore-offshore transect from the Norwegian North...

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