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Trace-fossil assemblages and basin evolution of the Vardekloeft Formation (Middle Jurassic, central East Greenland)
Middle Jurassic sandstones and shales (Vardekloft Formation) of Jameson Land and Scoresby Land are described in terms of lithology, grain size, primary sedimentary structures, sequential arrangementExpand
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The internal structure of the trace fossils Gyrochorte and Curvolithus
Heinberg C.: The internal structure of the trace fossils Gyrochorte and Curvolithus. An extremely mica-rich sandstone from the Lower Cretaceous of Milne Land, East Greenland has yielded newExpand
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Bivalves from the white chalk (Maastrichtian) of Denmark, IV: Nuculoida
Heinberg, C.: Bivalves from the white chalk (Maastrichtian) of Denmark, IV: Nuculoida. Bull, j Denmark, Vol. 37, pp. 227-236, Copenhagen, April 10th, 1989. Soc. Six species (4 of them new) ofExpand
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Bivalves from the white chalk (Maastrichtian) of Denmark, III: Cuspidariidae
Description: The shell is rather long relative to height. The inflated shell body has a subcircular to subtriangular outline. The distinct rostrum is rather long and slender, set off from the shellExpand
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Birkelundita, a new genus (Bivalvia, Carditacea) from the Cretaceous white chalk of Europe
During an examination of the aragonitic bivalve fauna of the white chalk of Denmark (Heinberg 1976, 1979a, 1979b, 1989) a small carditid with a unique type of hinge was found. The species isExpand
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U.S.-Russia MPC and A upgrades at the Beloyarsk Nuclear Power Plant
During the January 1996 meeting of the Gore-Chernomyrdin Commission, the Beloyarsk Nuclear Power Plant (BNPP) was identified as one of the additional sites for cooperative projects on upgradingExpand
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  • The Journal of dermatologic surgery and oncology
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Bivalves from the white chalk (Maastrichtian) of Denmark: Limopsidae
This paper is intended to be the first in a series with descriptions of about 40 new species of aragonitic bivalves from the white chalk (Maastrichtian) of Denmark. The white chalk sequence ofExpand
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Evolutionary ecology of nine sympatric species of the pelecypod Limopsis in Cretaceous chalk
The ecology and functional morphology of nine species of Limopsis that lived together in muddy bryozoan bioherms in the Cretaceous of Denmark are discussed. Two independent lines of limopsids enteredExpand
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