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A chemostratigraphic overview of the late Cryogenian interglacial sequence in the Adelaide Fold-Thrust Belt, South Australia
Within the Neoproterozoic sequence of the Adelaide Fold-Thrust Belt, South Australia, two of the most severe ice ages in Earth history (Sturtian and Marinoan) are recorded in the glacigenic rocksExpand
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Further SHRIMP geochronology on the early Cambrian of South China
Zircon 206Pb/238U ages are reported for bentonites from two Cambrian sections in South China, the Meishucun and the Fandian. The analyzed zircons vary widely in age because of the presence ofExpand
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Functional and Ecological Aspects of Ediacaran Assemblages
Reference to fossil imprints of soft-bodied Ediacaran metazoans made by Hill and Bonney (1877, p. 757) recorded two of “those curious arrangements of concentric rings which have been supposed to beExpand
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The enigmatic Ediacaran (late Precambrian) genus Rangea and related forms
The late Precambrian genus Rangea Gurich, 1929, a frond-like fossil composed of repeated foliate elements, is one of the first discovered forms belonging to the now widely known soft-bodiedExpand
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Age and biostratigraphy of Early Cambrian tuffs from SE Australia and southern China
Reassessment of faunal discoveries in the Fleurieu Peninsula, South Australia, shows that the Sellick Hill tuff is late Atdabanian or early Botomian in age and is preceded by Tommotian to AtdabanianExpand
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The problems and potential of using animal fossils and trace fossils in terminal Proterozoic biostratigraphy
Abstract Despite the discovery of soft-bodied megascopic fossils of late Neoproterozoic age at numerous localities world-wide, there has been slow acceptance of their potential for intercontinentalExpand
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Healed injuries in Early Cambrian trilobites from South Australia
Examples of an undescribed species of the trilobite Redlichia from the Emu Bay Shale (Early Cambrian), Kangaroo Island, South Australia, show damage to the exoskeleton attributed to the action ofExpand
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Metanephrops, a New Genus of Late Pliocene To Recent Lobsters (Decapoda, Nephropidae)
Metanephrops gen. nov. (Typusart Nephrops japonicus Tapparone Canefri, 1873) wird fur elf rezente Indo-West-pazifische und zwei amerikanische Hummerarten, sowie fur die neue fossile Art MetanephropsExpand
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