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Triassic foraminifers of the West Carpathians

Jozef Salaj

Triassic foraminifers of the West Carpathians

by Jozef Salaj

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Published by Geologický ústav Dionýza Štúra in Bratislava .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Carpathian Mountains.,
  • Slovakia.
    • Subjects:
    • Foraminifera, Fossil -- Carpathian Mountains.,
    • Foraminifera, Fossil -- Slovakia.,
    • Paleontology -- Triassic.

    • Edition Notes

      StatementJozef Salaj, Karol Borza, Ondrej Samuel.
      ContributionsBorza, Karol., Samuel, Ondrej.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsQE772.S27 1983
      The Physical Object
      Pagination213 p., [320] leaves of plates (some folded) :
      Number of Pages320
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL2892917M
      LC Control Number84119276

      Gaździcki A. Conodonts of the genus Misikella Kozur and Mock, from the Rhaetian of the Tatra Mts (West Carpathians). Acta Palaeont. Pol. 23, Gaździcki A. Foraminifers and biostratigraphy of Upper Triassic and Lower Jurassic of the Slovakian and Polish Carpathians. Acta Palaeont. Pol. 44, Triassic. Geologic Setting During the Upper Triassic, the West Carpathians were situated on the extensive epeiric carbonate platform on the northwestern margin of the Tethys Ocean in the subtropical climatic belt (Michalk ; Gawlick ) (Fig. 1). The Upper Triassic carbonate platform of the West Carpathians had been subdivided into several.

      You can write a book review and share your experiences. Other readers will always be interested in your opinion of the books you've read. Whether you've loved the book or not, if you give your honest and detailed thoughts then people will find new books that are right for them. Rhaetian/Hettangian palynomorphs of the Tatra Mountains (West Carpathians) Autorzy. mostly foraminifers and also palynomorphs. The three representative Triassic/Jurassic boundary sections of the Kriżna unit (Lejowa Valley, Strążyska Valley and Mt. Mały Kopieniec) have been studied and sampled in order to establish a stratigraphical.

      Tethyan Triassic oceanic basins and formation of suture zone with occurrences of high-pressure rocks that can be traced from the Western Carpathians through Rhodopian to Taurid in West and Central Turkey. Structural analyses and paleogeographic re-constructions from most of these high-pressure terrains indicate. Triassic sedimentary record in this area is mostly unknown. This block was mostly emerged, local deposits were eroded, covered, or tectonically fragmented during Late Alpine Orogeny [2]. In contrary, the central West Carpathian block together with the Eastern Alpine basement (Austroalpine unit) formed a part of an independent microcontinent located.


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Triassic foraminifers of the West Carpathians. Bratislava: Geologický ústav Dionýza Štúra, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Jozef Salaj; Karol Borza; Ondrej Samuel. Purchase Permian-Triassic Evolution of Tethys and Western Circum-Pacific, Volume 18 - 1st Edition.

Print Book & E-Book. ISBNBook Edition: 1. Triassic Foraminifers of West Carpathians. the West Carpathians (SALAJ, BORZA, SAMUEL, ). The Bortepa Formation consists of siltestones, mudstones and sandstones with thin beds of organic-clastic limestones.

Various fauna occurs in limestones all over the section. Foraminifers are represented by Ophthalmidium sp., Angulodiscus friedli. Uppermost Triassic sequences of the Choc nappe (Hronic) in the West Carpathians of Slovakia and Poland Article (PDF Available) in Acta geologica Polonica 30(1).

the Choè nappe (Hronic) in the West Carpathians of Slovakia. and Poland. Acta Geol. Pol. 30, 1, 61 some groups of Triassic foraminifers and ostracods of strati-graphic importance. according to foraminifers (Pronina and VuksVuks). These pa­ pers first describe the Triassic foraminifers of the Gorny Mangyshlak and from limestone blocks of the Eskiordin Formation of the Crimea.

The present paper is one of first works dealing with this subject which summarizes more data on the. Triassic foraminifers are recognized, for the first time, in limestones from four localities of the Lampang Group (Northern Thailand), tectonically assigned to the Sukhothai Subterrane (Sukhothai Folded Belt) which is located between western the Sibumasu (Shan-Thai) Terrane and eastern Indochina.

Four foraminiferal associations are distinguished: (1) Glomospirella lampangensis, n. sp., (2) Pilammina densa. the Langobardian. There is only few information on Middle Triassic Foraminifers by isolated specimens. They contribute to the knowledge of the state of evolution of bilocular Ammodiscidae and multilocular uniserial calcareous Nodosinellidae and Nodo-sariidae early in Mesozoic time.

Introduction In (Jb. Geol. B.-A., Sb. 5) the present. Triassic limestones in some localities of the Juvavic Supe-runit (Northern Cacareous Alps) and Silicic Superunit (Western Carpathians) sedimented under similar biofacial. conditions. Acknowledgements: The brachiopod study was financially.

supported by the Grant No. Abstract Triassic foraminifers are recognized, for the first time, in limestones from four localities of the Lampang Group (Northern Thailand), tectonically assigned to the Sukhothai Subterrane (Sukhothai Folded Belt) which is located between western the Sibumasu (Shan-Thai) Terrane and eastern Indochina.

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As before, I feel like I'm back with family as the group interacts in sometimes sad, sometimes humorous ways. Triassic intra-shelf environment of the West Carpathians: implications for correlations with the Eastern Alps ADAM TOMAŠOVÝCH TOMAŠOVÝCH, A.

Stratigraphic sequences in a storm-dominated, Late Triassic intra-shelf environment of the West Carpathians: implications for correlations with the Eastern Alps.

Triassic foraminifers are reported for the first time from limestones in the upper part of the Nam Sam Suite distributed in the Sam Neua area of northern Laos. The study area is located in the northern part of the Indochina Block, based on the basic geotectonic subdivision of mainland Southeast Asia.

The fauna consists of 17 taxa and includes age-diagnostic. Campanian-Maastrichtian boundaries, Foraminifera, Western Carpathians and Tunisia. TRIASSIC The earliest Triassic, similarly as the Permian, is characterized by continental development.

Throughout the Early Triassic (Mendrospira cheni Zone) transgression most probably took place very rapidly in a short section of time. Permian foraminifers are reported and illustrated for the first time from the lower part of the Daaozi Formation of the Baoshan Block, West Yunnan, China.

The Baoshan Block is a G. First data on Middle Triassic foraminifers of the southeastern Pamir are considered. The lower-middle Anisian sediments are reliably recognized within uniform limestone succession of the Karatash Group in the Southeastern Pamir based on found foraminiferal species Meandrospira deformata Salaj, Meandrospira cheni (Ho), Pilamminella ex gr.

semiplana (Kochansky-Devide. LATE TRIASSIC (CARNIAN) FORAMINIFERS OF NORTHEASTERN CORTINA D™AMPEZZO (TAMARIN, SAN CASSIANO FM., DOLOMITES, ITALY) ZANINETTI, ), West Carpathians (SALAJ et alii, ), China (HE YAN & Fig. 2 - Schematic lithologic section of the Tamarin outcrop with distribution of foraminifers.

Valvulina azzouzi, which is also putatively identified in the middle of core no. 4 (sample at mdfrh), is known to appear first in the middle Anisian in the West Carpathian Mountains, where extensive biostratigraphic research on Triassic foraminifers has been conducted (Salaj et al.

Triassic foraminifers of the West Carpathians. Jozef Salaj () Involutina hungarica Sidó et Involutina farinacciae, n. sp., deux Involutines post - triasiques, et remarque sur Trocholina minima Henson.

Bütschli () /S I. On Involutina liassica (Nummulites liassicus, Rupert Jones). Triassic foraminifers Involutinidae from the West Carpathians and Himalayas - its stratigraphic and paleobiogeographic implications. - Bull. Ind. Geol. Assoc. Błaszyk J. & Gaździcki A. Lower Liassic ostracodes of the Tatra Mts (Western Carpathians).The generic compositions of the presented foraminiferal assemblages are simi- lar to the composition of the assemblages from the Upper Triassic of the Western Caucasus, Western Carpathians, and Alps.Gaździcki A.

Conodonts of the genus Misikella Kozur and Mock from the Rhaetian of the Tatra Mts (West Carpathians). Acta Palaeont. Pol. 23 Gaździcki A. Foraminifers and biostratigraphy of Upper Triassic and Lower Jurassic of the Slovakian and Polish Carpathians.

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