Paleocene agglutinated foraminifera from Jabal Mundassa, Al Ain area, United Arab Emirates
HAIDAR SALIM ANAN
Emeritus, Prof. of stratigraphy and micropaleontology, Gaza P.O. Box 1126, Palestine. email@example.com
The Paleocene succession of Jabal Mundassa, Al Ain area, United Arab Emirates (UAE) contains prolific and well-preserved species of agglutinates, planktic and calcareous benthic foraminifera at the Danian/Selandian (D/S) transition. This succession is considered as the only one that has Danian sediments in the Al Ain area. The present study is deals with the taxonomy, palaeogeography and stratigraphic distribution of twenty-six agglutinated benthic species at Jabal Mundassa and other Paleocene outcrops localities in the Tethys.
Keywords: Danian, Selandian, Mundassa, United Arab Emirates (UAE).
How to cite: Anan, H.S. 2015. Paleocene agglutinated foraminifera from Jabal Mundassa, Al Ain area, United Arab Emirates. Spanish Journal of Palaeontology, 30 (2), 239-256.
Received 20 January 2015, Accepted 13 May 2015, Published 31 December 2015