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Latest Ordovician to earliest Silurian colonial corals of the east-central United States
Graham A. Young
Includes bibliographical references (p. 106-115) and index.
|Other titles||Ordovician-Silurian colonial corals|
|Statement||by Graham A. Young and Robert J. Elias.|
|Series||Bulletins of American paleontology,, v. 108, no. 347|
|Contributions||Elias, Robert J.|
|LC Classifications||QE778 .Y68 1995|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||153 p. :|
|Number of Pages||153|
|LC Control Number||95071052|
Mass extinction event at the end of the Ordovician period and the beginning of the Silurian period in the Paleozoic era, around million years ago. Marine extinction intensity during the Phanerozoic. %. Millions of years ago. (H) K–Pg. Tr–J. P–Tr. Cap. an early phase of reef recovery after a prominent reef gap of 5–6 million years following the Ordovician/Silurian mass extinction events. The reefs feature a maximal diversity of calcifying cyanobacteria, corals and stromatoporoids, but low diversity of brachiopods, nautiloids and by:
Young, G. A. & Elias, R. J. Latest Ordovician to earliest Silurian colonial corals of the east-central United States. Bulletins of American Paleontology, , Young, G. A. & Elias, R. J. Relationships between internal and external morphology in Paleofavosites (Tabulata): the unity of growth and growth form. Elias, R.J. Middle and Upper Ordovician solitary rugose corals of the Cincinnati Arch region. United States Geological Survey Professional Paper N: Elias, R.J. Extinctions and origins of solitary rugose corals, latest Ordovician to earliest Silurian in North America. Fossil Cnidaria 5: Nicholson, H.A.
Links to more on the Ordovician in Indiana. Research and Collections | Resources. Research and Collections. Researchers (showing 1 of 1 listings). Dr. Thomas W. Kammer: Specialty: Evolutionary paleoecology of Paleozoic crinoids, plus lithostratigraphy, biostratigraphy, and sequence stratigraphy of marine Mississippian rocks in the east-central United States. Geology / U.S.A. The Silurian in the U.S.A. It didn't take long after the pioneering work of Murchison in the UK way back in the s for geologists in the United States to start mapping out rocks of Silurian age. In James Hall from New York compiled the first geological survey of New York state.
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[Robert J McAuley; Robert J Elias]. Encrusting corals on a latest Ordovician to earliest Silurian rocky shore, southwest Hudson Bay, Manitoba, Canada. Elias, R.J. New information on latest Ordovician to earliest Silurian solitary rugose corals of the east-central United States. In Special papers in paleontology and stratigraphy: a Tribute to Thomas W.
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UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR JAMES G. WATT, Secretary GEOLOGICAL SURVEY Dallas L. Peck, Director Elias, Robert J. Middle and Late Ordovician solitary rugose corals of the Cincinnati Arch region. (Contributions to the Ordovician paleontology of Kentucky and nearby states) (Geological Survey professional paper ; N)Cited by: A large data set on latest Ordovician and earlist Silurian tabulate corals from the East-central United States permits recognition and explanation of trends in intracolony and intraspecies variation.
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Summary: Basin Formation and Shallowing During Iapetus Closure. ReferencesCited by: 1. The end of the second episode of the Ordovician extinction event of brachiopods may have extended from the middle N.
persculptus Biozone, prior to the start of the Silurian, coincident with N. persculptus Biozone – bearing beds generally overlying the Hirnantia fauna and a striking positive carbonate isotope excursion, present in many places.
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Some Silurian corals from the Chiuchuan Basin western Kansu. Acta Palaeontologica Sinica 4 (4), – Coral Diversity, Ecology, and Provincial Structure during a Time of Crisis: The Latest Ordovician to Earliest Silurian Edgewood Province in Laurentia Article Apr A new species of middle Rhuddanian Halysites (Tabulata) from Meitan, northern Guizhou, Southwest China Guangxu Wang and Renbin Zhan the latest Ordovician and early Silurian in South China Silurian colonial corals of the east-central United States.
Latest Ordovician–earliest Silurian Tanezzuft Formation shales recovered from core material of the shallow borehole JA-2 drilled in Jebel Asba at the eastern margin of the Kufra Basin, southeastern Libya, yielded well-diversified palynomorph assemblages with transparent and brownish to yellowish vesicles and organic matter (visual kerogen Types 1 and 2) from depth interval to by: Ordovician–Silurian boundary strata of the Indian Himalaya: Record of the latest Ordovician Boda event U.S., indicating that the curves likely represent a remarkably faithful representation of the isotopic signature of latest Ordovician to earliest Silurian seawater during a Cited by: 2.
siderably more data are available on the Ordovician and Silurian coral faunas of western United States than is generally supposed. Records of corals in the Lower and Middle Ordovician rocks of the West are few. The oldest fauna, which occurs in rocks tentatively assigned a late Early Ordovician age, consists of primitive favistellids.
These early corals have beenCited by:. are described from Ordovician formations in New Mexico, Arizona, and Texas. Figures of thinsections of the holotype of Columnaria thomi Hall are given. Introduction ACKNOWLEDGMENTS Four small collections of corals from the western United States were transmitted to the author for study, in Bioclaustrations made by colonial hydroids or ascidian tunicates have been reported from bryozoans of the Upper Ordovician of North America Latest Ordovician to earliest Silurian solitary rugose corals of the east-Central United States.- Bulletins of Cited by: 1.The Rugosa, also called the Tetracorallia, are an extinct order of solitary and colonial corals that were abundant in Middle Ordovician to Late Permian seas.
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