Journal article

The enigma of rare Quaternary oolites in the Indian and Pacific Oceans: A result of global oceanographic physicochemical conditions or a sampling bias?

SJ Gallagher, L Reuning, T Himmler, J Henderiks, D De Vleeschouwer, J Groeneveld, A Rastegar Lari, CS Fulthorpe, K Bogus

Quaternary Science Reviews | PERGAMON-ELSEVIER SCIENCE LTD | Published : 2018

University of Melbourne Researchers

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Awarded by ARC Basins Genesis Hub


Awarded by German Science Foundation (DFG)


Awarded by Swedish Research Council


Funding Acknowledgements

This research used samples and data provided by the International Ocean Discovery Program. We thank the USIO staff and the SIEM Offshore crew for their invaluable assistance and skill during the Expedition. Funding was provided by the Australian IODP office to S.J.G., C.A.K., A.R. and H.V.M. Further funding was provided by ARC Basins Genesis Hub (IH130200012) to SJ.G., the German Science Foundation (DFG project number 320220579) to L.R. and the Swedish Research Council (VR 2016-04434) to J.H. This work is part of a DAAD project DANA between S.J.G., D.V. and J.G. The wireline log data for the Maitland North-1 well and Angel field were donated by Occam Technology (Mike Wiltshire). We thank the handling editor Ingrid Hendy and the two reviewers John Milliman and Sam Purkis whose comments greatly improved the manuscript.