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Lake Pebas : a palaeoecological reconstruction of a Miocene , long-lived lake complex in western Amazonia
In 1869, the American palaeontologist W.M. Gabb reported on a remarkable fossil molluscan fauna from Pebas in Peruvian Amazonia. All but one of the species described by Gabb were new, and theExpand
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Process ichnology and the elucidation of physico-chemical stress
Abstract This paper sets out a philosophical approach to ichnological (trace fossil) analysis, which focuses on the interpretation of trace fossils as sedimentary structures rather than asExpand
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The ichnology of Modern and Pleistocene brackish-water deposits at Willapa Bay, Washington : Variability in estuarine settings
Detailed analysis of modern and Pleistocene deposits at Willapa Bay, Washington concentrated on identifying ichnological and sedimentological characteristics of five estuarine subenvironments. TheseExpand
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Subsurface and outcrop characterization of large tidally influenced point bars of the Cretaceous McMurray Formation (Alberta, Canada)
Abstract Outcrop and subsurface investigations highlight that the main reservoirs within the Cretaceous McMurray Formation, Alberta, Canada, were located in an ancient estuary and that the majorExpand
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DIVERSE ICHNOFOSSIL ASSEMBLAGES FOLLOWING THE P-T MASS EXTINCTION, LOWER TRIASSIC, ALBERTA AND BRITISH COLUMBIA, CANADA: EVIDENCE FOR SHALLOW MARINE REFUGIA ON THE NORTHWESTERN COAST OF PANGAEA
Abstract Diverse and locally abundant Lowermost Triassic (lower Induan, Griesbachian) trace-fossil assemblages are described and their significance for the location and characteristics of westernExpand
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Petrography and geochemistry of the Dales Gorge banded iron formation: Paragenetic sequence, source and implications for palaeo-ocean chemistry
Abstract Banded iron formations (BIFs) have long been considered marine chemical precipitates or, as more recently proposed, the result of episodic density flows. In this study, we examined theExpand
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Petrography and geochemistry of the Dales Gorge banded iron formation: Paragenetic sequence, source and implications for palaeo-ocean chemistry
Abstract Banded iron formations (BIFs) have long been considered marine chemical precipitates or, as more recently proposed, the result of episodic density flows. In this study, we examined theExpand
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CHAPTER 4 – The Ichnofacies Paradigm: A Fifty-Year Retrospective
: The ichnofacies paradigm endures as the elegant, unifying framework within which accurate ichnological observations and reliable environmental interpretations can be derived from the rock record.Expand
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