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Graptolite and conodont biostratigraphy of the upper Telychian–lower Sheinwoodian (Llandovery–Wenlock) strata, Jabalón River section, Corral de Calatrava, central Spain
Abstract A graptolite biostratigraphy is erected for the upper Telychian (upper crenulata Biozone) to lower Sheinwoodian (riccartonensis or dubius Biozone) strata of the Jabalón River section, Spain.Expand
Ordovician and Silurian stratigraphy and faunas (graptolites and conodonts) in the Ossa-Morena Zone of the SW Iberian Peninsula (Portugal and Spain)
30 paginas.-- In: Gutierrez-Marco, J.C. and Rabano, I. (eds.), Proceedings of the Sith International Graptolite Conference of the GWG (IPA) and the 1998 Field Meeting of the InternationalExpand
Tectono-thermal evolution in a region with thin-skinned tectonics: the western nappes in the Cantabrian Zone (Variscan belt of NW Spain)
Abstract The palaeotemperature distribution in the transition from diagenesis to metamorphism in the western nappes of the Cantabrian Zone (Somiedo, La Sobia and Aramo Units) are analysed by conodontExpand
The Ordovician succession from the western Iberian Ranges (NE Spain): a review with new data
8 paginas, 2 figuras.-- Edited by: G. L. Albanesi / M. S. Beresi / S. H. Peralta.-- Proceedings of the International Symposium on the Ordovician System. San Juan - Argentina 2003.
Cambrian small shelly fossils from the Çal Tepe Formation, Taurus Mountains, Turkey
Lower and Middle Cambrian carbonate rocks of the Cal Tepe Formation, cropping out in the western Taurus Mountains, yielded a large number of microfossil remains. Small shelly fossils from a singleExpand
Early Silurian conodonts from the Cantabrian Zone, NW Spain
Abstract Extensive black shale formations occur throughout most of the Lower Silurian in SW Europe. However, a wider array of facies and the presence of stratigraphic gaps in the interval covered byExpand