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The drift history of Iran from the Ordovician to the Triassic
Abstract New Late Ordovician and Triassic palaeomagnetic data from Iran are presented. These data, in conjunction with data from the literature, provide insights on the drift history of Iran as partExpand
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A Middle–Late Triassic (Ladinian–Rhaetian) carbon and oxygen isotope record from the Tethyan Ocean
Abstract We obtained bulk-sediment δ18O and δ13C data from biostratigraphically-constrained Tethyan marine sections at Aghia Marina (Greece), Guri Zi (Albania), and Brumano and Italcementi QuarryExpand
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Gondwanan deglaciation and opening of Neotethys: the Al Khlata and Saiwan Formations of Interior Oman
Abstract New stratigraphic, petrographic and paleontological data from the Lower Permian of southeastern Arabia help to elucidate the still debated timing of Neotethys rifting and the climaticExpand
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Permian climatic and paleogeographic changes in Northern Gondwana: the Khuff Formation of Interior Oman
Abstract Detailed stratigraphic, paleontologic, and petrographic data from the Middle Permian Khuff Formation exposed in the Haushi–Huqf area of Interior Oman provide new insight into the PermianExpand
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The Cimmerian evolution of the Nakhlak–Anarak area, Central Iran, and its bearing for the reconstruction of the history of the Eurasian margin
Abstract New structural, sedimentological, petrological and palaeomagnetic data collected in the region of Nakhlak–Anarak provide important constraints on the Cimmerian evolution of Central Iran. TheExpand
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Triassic ammonoid biostratigraphy: an overview
Abstract The Triassic chronostratigraphic scale was built on two centuries of research on ammonoid biostratigraphy and biochronology. Two Triassic stage bases and all of the Triassic substages areExpand
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Conodonts from the Ladinian-Carnian boundary beds of South Canyon, New Pass Range, Nevada, USA
Conodonts from the Augusta Mountain Formation in the New Pass Range area of Nevada are documented and compared with those recently described from Ladinian-Carnian boundary strata in British Columbia.Expand
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Biostratigraphy of Triassic Ammonoids
The Triassic is a turning point in the evolutionary history of ammonoids, characterized by the flourishing Ceratitida and the appearance of the first heteromorphs. Following the end-Permian massExpand
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Oblique convergence during the Cimmerian collision: Evidence from the Triassic Aghdarband Basin, NE Iran
Abstract The Lower-Middle Triassic Aghdarband Basin, NE Iran, consists of a strongly deformed arc-related marine succession deposited along the southern margin of Eurasia in a highly mobile tectonicExpand
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The Triassic stratigraphic succession of Nakhlak (Central Iran), a record from an active margin
Abstract An important, 2.4 km-thick Triassic succession is exposed at Nakhlak (central Iran). This succession was deformed during the Cimmerian orogeny and truncated by an angular unconformity withExpand
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