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Things foraminiferal often describes (“foraminiferal ________”)
assemblages, tests, fauna, shells, species, limestone, faunas, zones, ooze, assemblage, limestones, populations, test, evidence, biostratigraphy, layer, biofacies, distribution, sand, calcite, data, ecology, studies, sands, research, distributions, record, zonation, genera, stratigraphy, oozes, associations, abundance, response, res, ratios, structure, analysis, stages, linings, samples, marl, specimens, fossils, deposits, layers, shale, paleoecology, trends, families, chambers, marls, shales, events, communities, evolution, sediments, carbonate, isotopes, microhabitats, taxa, genus, wackestone, diversity, morphology, records, carbon, densities, composition, patterns, preservation, beds, analyses, estimates, biogeography, fragments, packstone, facies, lutite, zone, mud, abundances, taxonomy, classification, rock, nonionidae, extinction, correlations, origin

Descriptive words:
benthic, planktonic, larger, late, innumerable, fossil, pelagic, coraline, high, new

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