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Upper Cretaceous stable carbon isotope stratigraphy of terrestrial organic matter from Sakhalin, Russian Far East: A proxy for the isotopic composition of paleoatmospheric CO2
Abstract Time-stratigraphic patterns of stable carbon isotopic ratios recorded in terrestrial organic matter from Cenomanian–Maastrichtian successions for the Russian Far East can be correlated toExpand
Palaeotemperature curve for the Late Cretaceous of the northwestern circum-Pacific
Abstract In the northwestern circum-Pacific, two main trends in Late Cretaceous temperatures can be recognized. (1) In general, a recurrent warming trend is thought to have begun in theExpand
CAMBRIAN ORSTEN LAGERSTÄTTE FROM THE ALUM SHALE FORMATION: FECAL PELLETS AS A PROBABLE SOURCE OF PHOSPHORUS PRESERVATION
Abstract The Furongian Orsten-type fossil Lagerstätte in the Alum Shale Formation of Sweden is an extraordinary deposit known for its detailed, three-dimensional preservation of the soft parts ofExpand
Lithostratigraphy and biostratigraphy of the Campanian-Maastrichtian Toyajo Formation in Wakayama, southwestern Japan
Abstract The Upper Cretaceous Toyajo Formation is distributed around the Mt. Toyajo in the Aridagawa area, Wakayama, southwestern Japan. The formation is subdivided into three newly defined members,Expand
Exceptional Preservation Within Pleistocene Lacustrine Sediments of Shiobara, Japan
Abstract A new conservation Lagerstätte is described from the middle Pleistocene Shiobara Group of central Japan. The biota includes mammals, birds, amphibians, fish, insects, arachnids, flowers,Expand
Original structural color preserved in an ancient leaf beetle
Greenish-blue metallic colored fossil elytra of the leaf beetle ( Plateumaris sp.) have been discovered in the peat sediment of the middle Pleistocene (ca. 600 ka) Hirabaru Formation, Kyushu, Japan.Expand
Commensal anomiid bivalves on Late Cretaceous heteromorph ammonites from south‐west Japan
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The heteromorph ammonite Pravitoceras sigmoidale from the Upper Cretaceous Seidan Formation in south-west Japan is frequently encrusted by sessile anomiid bivalves, suggesting that the encrustation occurred not on post-mortem floating or sunken carcasses but on live conchs and that these organisms were rapidly buried by turbidity current deposits shortly after death. Expand
Magnetostratigraphy of Upper Cretaceous strata in South Sakhalin, Russian Far East
Abstract A stratigraphic sequence of magnetic polarity reversals consisting of 13 magnetozones is recognized in Upper Cretaceous sedimentary strata in the Naiba area of South Sakhalin, Russian FarExpand
Seasonal temperature fluctuations in the high northern latitudes during the Cretaceous Period: isotopic evidence from Albian and Coniacian shallow-water invertebrates of the Talovka River Basin,
Abstract Palaeotemperatures during the Albian–Coniacian in the northernmost Pacific have been determined on the basis of oxygen isotopic analysis of well-preserved brachiopod and molluscan shellsExpand
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