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Palynological and stable isotopic study of palaeoenvironmental changes on the northeastern Tibetan plateau in the last 30,000 years
Abstract The Tibetan Plateau is important in influencing the atmospheric circulation of the Northern Hemisphere. However, only a few continuous palaeoclimate records are available. Here, we present aExpand
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The marine Permian of East and Northeast Asia: an overview of biostratigraphy, palaeobiogeography and palaeogeographical implications
Abstract The Permian marine biostratigraphy, faunal successions and mutual correlations (where possible) throughout East and Northeast Asia are synthesized, region by region, based on both publishedExpand
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A review of Permian stratigraphy, palaeobiogeography and palaeogeography of the Qinghai-Tibet Plateau
The Permian marine lithostratigraphy, biostratigraphy and faunal compositions among all the major tectonic blocks in the Qinghai–Tibet Plateau are synthesised based on published literature, authors'Expand
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Multivariate data analysis in palaeoecology and palaeobiogeography—a review
Abstract Palaeoecologists and palaeobiogeographers are often confronted with large, multivariate data sets, from which fossil communities (assemblages or associations) or faunal provinces are to beExpand
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End-Permian catastrophe by a bolide impact: Evidence of a gigantic release of sulfur from the mantle
Our studies in southern China have revealed a remarkable sulfur and strontium isotope excursion at the end of the Permian, along with a coincident concentration of impact- metamorphosed grains andExpand
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Distribution and characteristics of mixed (transitional) mid-Permian (Late Artinskian—Ufimian) marine faunas in Asia and their palaeogeographical implications
Abstract The Permian marine biogeography of the Asian region is characterised by the development of three broad realms (Boreal, Tethyan and Gondwanan). In the early Early Permian (Asselian to EarlyExpand
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Brachiopod miniaturization and its possible causes during the Permian–Triassic crisis in deep water environments, South China
Abstract Brachiopod miniaturization is both the reduction in size of individuals of a species over time, and where one brachiopod fauna dominated by larger individuals was replaced by a brachiopodExpand
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End-Permian mass extinction pattern in the northern peri-Gondwanan region
The Permian-Triassic extinction pattern in the peri-Gondwanan region is documented biostratigraphically, geochemically and sedimentologically based on three marine sequences deposited in southernExpand
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Post-extinction brachiopod faunas from the Late Permian Wuchiapingian coal series of South China
This paper describes fourteen brachiopod species in eleven genera from the Late Permian Wuchiapingian Coal Series (Lungtan Formation) of South China. Of these, the shell bed fauna from the basalExpand
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