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Fossiliferous amber deposits from the Cretaceous (Albian) of Spain
Abstract Amber-bearing deposits are a specific kind of fossil bioaccumulation that preserves exceptionally well palaeobiological information from the past. The present article discusses the ‘state of… Expand
Vertebrates from the middle?–late Cenomanian La Cabaña Formation (Asturias, northern Spain): Palaeoenvironmental and palaeobiogeographic implications
article i nfo The Asturian La Cabana Formation, middle?-late Cenomanian in age, has yielded a rich and diverse assemblage of vertebrate microremains. The fauna consists of both marine and continental… Expand
Late Cambrian acritarchs from the “Túnel Ordovícico del Fabar”, Cantabrian Zone, N Spain.
A single sample from the La Matosa Member of the Barrios Formation, exposed during the excavation of the El Fabar Tunnel in Asturias, N Spain, yielded a rich and well-preserved Late Cambrian… Expand
The Toarcian Oceanic Anoxic Event in southwestern Gondwana: an example from the Andean Basin, northern Chile
- Alicia Fantasia, K. Föllmi, T. Adatte, E. Bernárdez, J. Spangenberg, E. Mattioli
- Journal of the Geological Society
- 28 June 2018
Palaeoenvironmental and palaeoclimatic changes during the Toarcian Oceanic Anoxic Event (T-OAE) are reported from two successions deposited in the Andean Basin (Chile), based on a high-resolution… Expand
Did the Late Ordovician African ice sheet reach Europe
ABSTRACTPaleovalleys and their inﬁ lling successions are described from outcrops and drill cores of the Cantabrian Range (northern Spain). A Hirnantia fauna and associated diamictites with striated… Expand
Was there a super-eruption on the Gondwanan coast 477 Ma ago?
- G. Gutiérrez-Alonso, J. C. Gutiérrez-Marco, J. FERNáNDEZ-SUáREZ, E. Bernárdez, F. Corfu
- 20 June 2016
Precise zircon and monazite ID-TIMS U–Pb dating of three Lower Ordovician altered ash-fall tuff beds (K-bentonites) in the Cantabrian Zone of NW Iberia yielded coeval ages together with an equivalent… Expand
On the cultural character of metaphor: Some reflections on Universality and Culture-specificity in the language and cognition of time, especially in Amerindian languages
- E. Bernárdez
The paper is devoted to an analysis of the relation between language and culture in the context of Conceptual Metaphor Theory (CMT). Section 2 deals in an explicitly critical way with some problems… Expand
A biostratigraphical review of the Middle Ordovician shales from NW Spain (Cantabrian and Westasturian-Leonese zones, and northernmost part of the Central Iberian Zone)
(1) Departamento de Bioestra t i g rafía y Biocro n o l ogía, Instituto de Geología Económica (CSIC-UCM), Facultad de Ciencias Geológicas, E-28040 Madrid (2) Departamento de Geología, Universidad de… Expand
Iberian Ordovician and its international correlation
This work has been supported by the IBEROR project (ref. CGL2012-39471/BTE) of the Spanish Ministry of Economy and Competitiveness.
Early Ordovician–Devonian Passive Margin Stage in the Gondwanan Units of the Iberian Massif
Progressive opening of the Rheic Ocean led to the drifting away of one or several ribbon terranes, generally ascribed to Avalonia, and inaugurated a passive margin stage on the newly formed margin of… Expand