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Facies architecture of a Late Jurassic carbonate ramp: the Korallenoolith of the Lower Saxony Basin
The sedimentary succession of a Late Jurassic (Oxfordian to basal Kimmeridgian) carbonate ramp is described and interpreted. The study area is located in the central part of the Lower Saxony Basin inExpand
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Patch reef development in the florigemma-Bank Member (Oxfordian) from the Deister Mts (NW Germany): a type example for Late Jurassic coral thrombolite thickets
Small reefal bioconstructions that developed in lagoonal settings are widespread in a few horizons of the Late Jurassic (Oxfordian) succession of the Korallenoolith Formation, exposed southwest ofExpand
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Microfacies development, sea-level change, and conodont stratigraphy of Famennian mid- to deep platform deposits of the Beringhauser Tunnel section (Rheinisches Schiefergebirge, Germany)
High resolutional microfacies data from the Beringhauser Tunnel section in the northern part of the Rheinisches Schiefergebirge allow the reconstruction of a relative sea-level curve. DistinctiveExpand
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A coral-microbialite patch reef from the late jurassic (florigemma-Bank, Oxfordian) of NW Germany (Süntel mountains)
SummaryAnin situ Oxfordian patch reef from the Süntel hills (florigemma-Bank, Korallenoolith, NW-Germany) is described. It is composed of an autochthonous reef core overlain by a ‘parautochthonous’Expand
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An almost complete specimen of the Late Cretaceous (Campanian) octocoral ‘Isis’ ramosa Voigt (Gorgonacea) from the Lower Saxony Basin, northwest Germany
An almost completely preserved specimen of the octocoral ‘Isis’ ramosa (Mitteil. Geol. Staatsinst. Hamburg 27 (1958) 5) (Gorgonacea) is described. The specimen was found in Campanian strata in theExpand
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Calcareous algae (“Porostromata”, rhodophyta dasycladales) and microproblem-atica with algal affinity from the NW German Korallenoolith Formation (Oxfordian, Süntel Mountains)
SummaryIn the florigemma-Bank Member of the Late Jurassic (Oxfordian) NW German Korallenoolith Formation moderately diverse assemblages of calcareous algae are present. The following taxa have beenExpand
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Conodont community structure around the “Kellwasser mass extinction event” (Frasnian/Famennian boundary interval)
Mass extinction events encompass three different intervals: extinction, survival, and recovery. While studies concerning extinction patterns of taxa have frequently been carried out, only a fewExpand
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