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Barremian-Aptian Dasycladalean algae, new and revisited, from the Tirgan Formation in the Kopet Dagh, NE Iran
Abundant, diversified algal assemblages comprising more than 25 species of Dasycladales are described from Barremian-Aptian limestone deposits of the Tirgan Formation in NE Iran. New species areExpand
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Middle Devonian-Early Carboniferous Conodont Faunas from the Khoshyeilagh Formation, Alborz Mountains, North Iran
Conodonts of Khoshyeilagh Formation, the most complete section of Devonian rocks in the Alborz Mountains, northern Iran, has been studied, and subspecies of the genera Icriodus, Bipennatus,Expand
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Introducing some echinoderms from the Tirgan Formation, Kopeh-Dagh Basin, NE of Iran
A stratigraphic section from the Tirgan Formation was selected in Arkan village nearby Bojnourd city in order to study echinoderm fauna systematically. Many specimens of echinoderms, especiallyExpand
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The ammonoids from the Late Permian Paratirolites Limestone of Julfa (East Azerbaijan, Iran)
The Changhsingian (Late Permian), 4 to 5 m thick Paratirolites Limestone has yielded diverse ammonoid assemblages composed of the genera Neoaganides, Pseudogastrioceras, Dzhulfites, Paratirolites,Expand
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Benthic foraminiferal assemblages in Tirgan formation (Urgonien facies type), West of Kopet-Dagh sedimentary basin, NE of Iran
The Tirgan Formation is a Lower Cretaceous succession in the Kopet Dagh Basin in North East of Iran which lithologically mainly consists of micritic limestones, thick layers of biomicriticExpand
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Some rugose corals from the Devonian (Givetian and Frasnian) of Northeastern Iran
A rugose coral fauna from Givetian and Lower Frasnian strata of the Khoshyeilagh Formation in the Eastern Alborz Mountains (Northeastern Iran) was studied. In total, eight species belonging to fiveExpand
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High-resolution stratigraphy of the Changhsingian (Late Permian) successions of NW Iran and the Transcaucasus based on lithological features, conodonts and ammonoids
Abstract. The Permian–Triassic boundary sections in north-western Iran belong to the most complete successions, in which the largest mass extinction event in the history of the Earth can be studied.Expand
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FAUNAL CHANGE NEAR THE END-PERMIAN EXTINCTION: THE BRACHIOPODS OF THE ALI BASHI MOUNTAINS, NW IRAN
The Julfa Formation in the Ali Bashi Mountains, northwest Iran, is very rich in brachiopods, particularly in its lower part, which has been dated by fusulinids and conodonts as Wuchiapingian in age.Expand
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Dinoflagellate cysts from the Upper Bajocian–Lower Oxfordian of the Dalichai Formation in Binalud Mountains (NE Iran): their biostratigraphical and biogeographical significance
The Binalud Mountains of NE Iran represent the easternmost extension of the Alborz Range. After the Mid-Cimmerian orogenic event and rapid subsidence, the deep marine sediments of the DalichaiExpand
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