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Sulfur, iron and organic carbon fluxes in the Black Sea: sulfur isotopic evidence for origin of sulfur fluxes
Abstract In the southern and central Black Sea, reduced sulfur comprises nearly 1% of the total particulate flux in the anoxic water column, as measured by time-series sediment traps. Sulfur isotopicExpand
BEECHER'S TRILOBITE BED REVISITED: ECOLOGY OF AN ORDOVICIAN DEEPWATER FAUNA
Beecher's Trilobite Bed in the Frankfort Shale of New York State preserves an exceptional record of the benthic macrofauna of a Late Ordovician deepwater marine environment. It has long been famousExpand
EVOLUTION OF THE WORLD FAUNA OF AQUATIC FREE‐LIVING ARTHROPODS
  • J. L. Cisne
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Evolution; international journal of organic…
  • 1 September 1974
Is there a grand pattern to the evolution of global biota and ecological systems? This question, which has lately attracted much thought, can rather more easily be approached through considering theExpand
Earthquakes recorded stratigraphically on carbonate platforms
The longest records of earthquake activity1 may be preserved near the edges of carbonate platforms where reefs have bordered active faults. Because the carbonate sediments build up almost to low tideExpand
Paleoceanographic modeling of temperature-salinity profiles from stable isotopic data
Temperature-salinity (T-S) profiles in ancient seawater can be estimated from oxygen isotopic compositions of well-preserved calcitic fossils sampled from known paleodepth gradients. The proposedExpand
Coenocorrelation: gradient analysis of fossil communities and its applications in stratigraphy
Coenocorrelation is the correlation of positions in a stratigraphic sequence with corresponding positions along a paleoenvironmental gradient through gradient analysis of fossil communities. ByExpand
Deposition in the Oxygen-Deficient Taconic Foreland Basin, Late Ordovician: Chapter 8
The Taconic Foreland Basin formed during the collision between the North American craton and the Ammonoosuc Arc, approaching from the east. Oxygen-depleted conditions in the basin were probablyExpand
Trilobites and the Origin of Arthropods
While the question of whether the Arthropoda represent more than one phylum of animals is debatable, the jointed exoskeleton, a fundamental feature of arthropods, evolved independently in two groupsExpand
Topography and tectonics of the Taconic outer trench slope as revealed through gradient analysis of fossil assemblages
Similarities in stratigraphic sequence, syndepositional topography and tectonics, and regional tectonic setting between the Mohawk Valley, New York, in the Middle Ordovician and the Australian flankExpand
Palaeontological and isotope evidence for warm saline deep waters in Ordovician oceans
Palaeontological and isotope evidence for warm saline deep waters in Ordovician oceans
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