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Basin development during the deposition of the Elliot Formation (Late Triassic - Early Jurassic), Karoo Supergroup, South Africa
The integrated results of a facies analysis and provenance study of the Late Triassic to Early Jurassic Elliot Formation (Karoo Supergroup) provide some new insights into the development of the mainExpand
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Fluvial style variations in the Late Triassic-Early Jurassic Elliot formation, main Karoo Basin, South Africa
Abstract Architectural element analysis of the Late Triassic–Early Jurassic Elliot Formation (South Africa) reveals two contrasting sandstone body geometries resulting from different fluvialExpand
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Sedimentology of the upper Karoo fluvial strata in the Tuli Basin, South Africa
Abstract The sedimentary rocks of the Karoo Supergroup in the Tuli Basin (South Africa) may be grouped in four stratigraphic units: the basal, middle and upper units, and the Clarens Formation. ThisExpand
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Early Triassic vertebrate burrows from the Katberg Formation of the south‐western Karoo Basin, South Africa
Bordy, E.M., Sztano, O., Rubidge, B.S. & Bumby, A. 2010: Early Triassic vertebrate burrows from the Katberg Formation of the south-western Karoo Basin, South Africa. Lethaia, Vol. 44, pp. 33–45.Expand
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The contact of the Molteno and Elliot formations through the main Karoo Basin, South Africa: a second-order sequence boundary
The Late Triassic to Early Jurassic Molteno, Elliot and Clarens formations of the uppermost part of the Karoo Supergroup in the main Karoo Basin of South Africa form a distinct tectono-sedimentaryExpand
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Provenance study of the Late Triassic - Early Jurassic Elliot Formation, main Karoo Basin, South Africa
Based on regional palaeocurrent pattern analysis and petrographic studies, the Late Triassic-Early Jurassic Elliot Formation (Karoo Supergroup, South Africa) is divisible into a Lower and an UpperExpand
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A Giant Dinosaur from the Earliest Jurassic of South Africa and the Transition to Quadrupedality in Early Sauropodomorphs
Sauropod dinosaurs were dominant, bulk-browsing herbivores for 130 million years of the Mesozoic, attaining gigantic body masses in excess of 60 metric tons [1, 2]. A columnar-limbed, quadrupedalExpand
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CRETACEOUS EROSION IN CENTRAL SOUTH AFRICA: EVIDENCE FROM UPPER-CRUSTAL XENOLITHS IN KIMBERLITE DIATREMES
Twelve Group II and fourteen Group I kimberlite diatremes in central South Africa were examined for upper crustal xenoliths in order to estimate the extent of various lithological units of the KarooExpand
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Sedimentology and palaeontology of upper Karoo aeolian strata (Early Jurassic) in the Tuli Basin, South Africa
The Karoo Supergroup in the Tuli Basin (South Africa) consists of a sedimentary sequence composed of four stratigraphic units, namely the Basal, Middle and Upper units, and Clarens Formation. TheExpand
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The sauropodomorph biostratigraphy of the Elliot Formation of southern Africa: Tracking the evolution of Sauropodomorpha across the Triassic–Jurassic boundary
The latest Triassic is notable for coinciding with the dramatic decline of many previously dominant groups, followed by the rapid radiation of Dinosauria in the Early Jurassic. Among the most commonExpand
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