The occurrence of the more abundant foraminifera which form the living and dead assemblages has previously been described by Murray (1985, in press). In this paper there is more comprehensive coverage of the occurrence of species rather than assemblages. Data on live (stained) forms are given for the surface layer (approximately 1 cm thick) for samples 3112-3114 and for the 0.0-0.5, 0.5-1.0, and 1.0-2.0 cm samples of all cores and for core MD7 for 2.0-3.0 cm also (Table 1). Samples deeper than this contained too few stained forms to pick. Data on dead forms are given for the surface samples only (Table 2), but a few additional species which occur as dead individuals deeper than 1 cm are also included in the taxonomic list and plates. Some foraminiferal tests are infilled with a green mineral presumed to be glauconite or glauconie. Because this mineral expands, tests are commonly broken and incomplete; in extreme conditions, all that remains is an infill of the chambers. Examples are illustrated in Figure 10.7-8, and Figure 10.9. The ATAs of the dead assemblages were determined on the 1.0-2.0 cm samples as these were of greater volume than the surface samples (Table 3). Agglutinated taxa with a calcareous cement were destroyed during the acid treatment.