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High resolution stratigraphy of the Devonian-Carboniferous transitional beds in the Rhenish Mountains
Abstract. The Devonian-Carboniferous Boundary sections at Hasselbachtal, Oese, Apricke, and Ober-Rodinghausen, all located at the northern margin of the Rhenish Mountains, were measured in detail. A
Numerical calibration of the Devonian-Carboniferous boundary: Two new U-Pb isotope dilution–thermal ionization mass spectrometry single-zircon ages from Hasselbachtal (Sauerland, Germany)
The Hasselbachtal section (Sauerland, Germany) is an auxiliary global stratotype of the Devonian-Carboniferous boundary and one of the most important reference sections for the evolution of the
The Famennian to Lower Viséan at Drewer (northern Rhenish Massif)
uppermost Famennian Milankovitch Cyclicity - Drewer Sandstone (pre-Hangenberg regression) - anoxic Hangenberg Black Shale Event (lower Hangenberg Crisis Interval) - Hangenberg Regression with early
Conodont biostratigraphy and palaeoenvironmental trends during the Famennian (Late Devonian) in the Thuringian Buschteich section (Germany)
This study characterizes the stratigraphical context as well as the palaeoenvironmental and sea-level trends during the Late Frasnian and Famennian in the Buschteich section (Thuringia, Germany). An
Larval morphology and ontogeny of a late Devonian Phacopid with reduced sight from Thuringia, Germany
Exceptionally rich and well-preserved silicified exuviae comprising numerous immature growth stages allow the tracing of detailed morphological and morphogenetical features of the reduced-eyed
Upper Famennian conodonts from the Breternitz Member (Upper Clymeniid Beds) of the Saalfeld region, Thuringia (Germany)
Micropalaeontological samples for acid procedure covered nearly all the layers of limestone nodules or limestone beds in the 152 sedimentary cycles (average thickness 9–10 cm) of the Breternitz
Early Tournaisian ammonoids from Timimoun (Gourara, Algeria)
Abstract. A small ammonoid fauna, of probable middle Early Tournaisian age, is described from the Gara el Kahla near Timimoun, Gourara, Algerian Sahara. The following taxa are described: