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Range table from planktonic foraminifers in ODP Hole 159-960C

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PANGAEA
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DOI: 10.1594/pangaea.315417
Keywords
  • 159-960C
  • Abundance Estimate
  • Beella Digitata
  • Beella Praedigitata
  • Candeina Nitida
  • Catapsydrax Dissimilis
  • Catapsydrax Unicavus
  • Clavatorella Bermudezi
  • Comment
  • Dentoglobigerina Altispira
  • Depth
  • Composite
  • Drilling
  • Fohsella Lenguaensis
  • Fohsella Peripheroacuta
  • Fohsella Peripheroronda
  • Foraminifera
  • Planktic Abundance
  • Foraminifera
  • Planktic Preservation
  • Globigerina Bulloides
  • Globigerinella Aequilateralis
  • Globigerinella Calida
  • Globigerinella Obesa
  • Globigerinella Praesiphonifera
  • Globigerinita Glutinata
  • Globigerinita Uvula
  • Globigerinoides Bisphericus
  • Globigerinoides Bollii
  • Globigerinoides Bulloides
  • Globigerinoides Conglobatus
  • Globigerinoides Diminutus
  • Globigerinoides Extremus
  • Globigerinoides Obliquus
  • Globigerinoides Parawoodi
  • Globigerinoides Ruber
  • Globigerinoides Sacculifer
  • Globigerinoides Sacculifer Fistulosus
  • Globigerinoides Seigliei
  • Globigerinoides Subquadratus
  • Globoquadrina Dehiscens
  • Globoquadrina Venezuelana
  • Globorotalia Archeomenardii
  • Globorotalia Cibaoensis
  • Globorotalia Continuosa
  • Globorotalia Crassaformis
  • Globorotalia Exilis
  • Globorotalia Hirsuta
  • Globorotalia Inflata
  • Globorotalia Juanai
  • Globorotalia Limbata
  • Globorotalia Margaritae
  • Globorotalia Mayeri
  • Globorotalia Menardii
  • Globorotalia Merotumida
  • Globorotalia Miocenica
  • Globorotalia Multicamerata
  • Globorotalia Pertenuis
  • Globorotalia Plesiotumida
  • Globorotalia Praescitula
  • Globorotalia Pseudomiocenica
  • Globorotalia Puncticulata
  • Globorotalia Scitula
  • Globorotalia Tosaensis
  • Globorotalia Triangula
  • Globorotalia Truncatulinoides
  • Globorotalia Tumida
  • Globorotaloides Hexagona
  • Globorotaloides Suteri
  • Globorotaloides Variabilis
  • Globoturborotalita Apertura
  • Globoturborotalita Decoraperta
  • Globoturborotalita Nepenthes
  • Globoturborotalita Woodi
  • Gulf Of Guinea
  • Joides Resolution
  • Leg159
  • Neogloboquadrina Acostaensis
  • Neogloboquadrina Dutertrei
  • Neogloboquadrina Humerosa
  • Neogloboquadrina Pachyderma Dextral
  • Neogloboquadrina Pachyderma Sinistral
  • Ocean Drilling Program
  • Odp
  • Odp Sample Designation
  • Orbulina Bilobata
  • Orbulina Suturalis
  • Orbulina Universa
  • Praeorbulina Glomerosa
  • Praeorbulina Sicana
  • Protentella Prolixa
  • Pulleniatina Obliquiloculata
  • Pulleniatina Praecursor
  • Pulleniatina Primalis
  • Sample Code/Label
  • Sphaeroidinella Dehiscens
  • Sphaeroidinellopsis Kochi
  • Sphaeroidinellopsis Paenedehiscens
  • Sphaeroidinellopsis Seminulina
  • Tenuitella Sp
Disciplines
  • Law

Abstract

070816database_rights-short On the treatment of the sui generis database rights in Version 3.0 of the Creative Commons licenses. Background: Directive 96/9/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 11 March 1996 on the legal protection of databases (the "Database Directive") created a new basis for the protection of databases ("sui generis database protection") not previously recognized under copyright law. The database directive has by now been implemented by the 25 member states of the EU (plus some of the countries such as Norway that are part of the European Economic Area - EEA). Outside of Europe there is no sui generis protection of Databases. In some countries (for example Germany) the database directive has been implemented as part of the national copyright act, while others (such as the Netherlands) have chosen to implement via a separate act (in this case the database act). The lawmakers of the European Union decided that in order to provide greater protection to collections of information they should have a unified legal protection for databases. To this end, they created a sui generis right called database right. The database right lasts for 15 years under this regime, but can be extended if the database is updated. Database rights prevent copying of substantial parts of a database (including frequent extraction of insubstantial parts). However unlike copyright the protection of the database right is not over the form of expression of information but of the information itself [source: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Database_rights]. Prior to Version 3.0, some localized and translated versions of the Creative Commons licenses (Belgium, Netherlands, France and Germany) contained references to national legislation passed pursuant to the Database Directive, by defining a "work" to include databases protected by these laws. Most other European CC licenses simply did not mention database rights at all. This situation was identified as one of the issues

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