2 edition of Freshwater Bivalvia of the upper Namurian and Westphalian (limnic sediments) from the upper Silesian Coal Basin (Poland) = found in the catalog.
Freshwater Bivalvia of the upper Namurian and Westphalian (limnic sediments) from the upper Silesian Coal Basin (Poland) =
by Polish Geological Institute in Warszawa
|Other titles||Słodkowodne Bivalvia górnego namuru i westfalu (osady limniczne) Górnośląskiego Zagłębia Węglowego|
|Statement||Maria Tabor ; [translation Thomas Olszewski].|
|Series||Prace Państwowego Instytutu Geologicznego,, 143, Prace Państwowego Instytutu Geologicznego (1989) ;, 143.|
|LC Classifications||QE1 .W28 t. 143, QE811 .W28 t. 143|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||25 p., 6 p. of plates :|
|Number of Pages||25|
|LC Control Number||96107091|
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Bowman, M.B.J., , The sedimentology and palaeogeographic setting of late Namurian-Westphalian A basin-fill successions in the San Emiliano and Cármenes areas of NW León, Cantabrian Mts, NW Spain, in: Lemos de Sousa, M.J. and Wagner, R.H. (eds), Papers on the Carboniferous of the Iberian Peninsula (Sedimentology, Stratigraphy. Terrestrial and freshwater fauna from the Polish part of of the Upper Car− boniferous (Westphalian A/Langsettian) strata according to the data from macropalaeobotany and palynology (Kraw− short period in the early Upper Carboniferous (Namurian B to Westphalian A [= Langsettian]).
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The upper nappe, which constitutes the Zone Houillere and is referred to as the middle Pennine, is the most external of the Saint Bernard nappe complex.
The succession comprises beds dated by plants as Namurian and Westphalian A unconformably overlain by the Granon conglomerates of Stephanian age. Upper Westphalian. After Eagar, in Higgs () the fresh-water bivalve assemblages in Cycle 3 are suggested to be middle to upper Namurian age.
Figure 3: Sedimentary profiles of the fining-upward sequences of the cycles 7 and 8. The first two profiles were measured SSW of Abbotsham Cliff, the third was measured at. The differences in thickness result from gradual wedging out of the deposits to the north-west, differences in advancement of erosion of the Westphalian and erosion from the the Namurian times (Fig.
Marine, fresh-water and. brackish fossils derived from 13 boreholes evidence,the Upper Visean, Lower and Upper Namurian and Westphalian A and B. There are: Cracow Sandstone Series (Westphalian B-D), Upper Silesian Sandstone Series (Namurian B-C), Siltstone Series (Westphalian A, lower Westphalian B) and Paralic Series (Namurian A).
Carboniferous aquifers represented by sandstones, partly siltstones, have a thickness ranging from to more than several dozen meters. Its age, as determined almost entirely by non-marine and restricted marine bivalves, is Late Namurian, late Rlc to Early Westphalian, early Communis Zone.
The lowest m of the succession, including the Westward HoI Formation with turbidites, is largely unfossiliferous and may be of middle to Late Namurian by: 7. This volume summarizes the results of a survey of British Upper Carboniferous sites, undertaken between and as part of the Geological Conservation Review (GCR).
The GCR was the first attempt to assess the scientific significance of all Britain's geological sites and has proved a landmark in the development of a coherent geological conservation strategy in this country.
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Ostracod s, annelids (Spirorbis) and fish scales are also frequent (Musiał and Tabor,Musiał and Tabor,Musiał and Tabor,Musiał et al., ). The Upper Namurian–Westphalian successions occupy a wide geographic domain of approximately km 2 in the central part of the Cantabrian Zone composed from W to E, of relevant coalfields such as Teverga, San Emiliano, Quirós, Central Asturian and La Marea–Coballes.
All these coalfields are separated from one another by major thrust units. Late Palaeozoic glaciation of Gondwana affected ecosystems and caused provincialism in the earth’s biota. Periglacial seas favored the origin of endemic genera and species, and remarkable differences exist with faunas of the Palaeoequatorial realm.
Carboniferous glacimarine deposits are almost everywhere associated with theLevipustula levis “cold” fauna. These bio- and lithofacies are. The application of sequence stratigraphy to Upper Carboniferous fluvio-deltaic strata of the onshore UK and Ireland: implications for the southern North Sea.
Journal of the Geological Society of London, Vol. – JONES, D G. The Namurian series in south Wales. – in The Upper Palaeozoic and post-Palaeozoic rocks of Wales.
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The Upper Carboniferous (Pennsylvanian) is distributed in 5 separate main regions. 1) The Culm Trough in SW England was a shallow marine to lacustrine basin that was progressively filled during the Namurian and Westphalian, in part coincidental with basin inversion and tectonic deformation.
2) The Kent Coalfield, known only through boreholes. Invasion of the Pennine late‐Namurian delta took place when marine bivalves pushed upward, thereby avoiding sedimentation from delta lobes moving seaward relatively swiftly.
and species of the genus were probably epifaunal or shallowly infaunal active burrowers on soft bottoms in Westphalian upper A and B a fact which again suggests.
In Europe the Lower Carboniferous sub-system is known as the Dinantian, comprising the Tournaisian and Visean Series, dated at Ma, and the Upper Carboniferous sub-system is known as the Silesian, comprising the Namurian, Westphalian, and Stephanian Series, dated at Ma.
The Silesian is roughly contemporaneous with the. = fresh water, E = euryhaline) and relative sea level curve to the right. Westphalian B and Westphalian A strata are respectively shown in the left and right litholog and are separated by the Quaregnon marine band, which is situated at a depth of meters (adapted from Paproth et al.
()). The freshwater bivalve (mussel) communities that thrived in these lakes form the basis of the broad traditional biostratigraphical classification of the Westphalian succession that was first established in south Wales.
However, as with the marine bands, the mussel fauna. Bullions containing goniatites and plants from the Upper Carboniferous of England. (a) Etched face of cut slab of goniatite bullion showing basal zone with crushed shells and the main zone with.
Westphalian (Upper Carboniferous) age, is preserved in core from the Ardra and Hollypark boreholes in the Leinster Coalfield, southeastern Ireland (Fig. 1). The exceptionally preserved component of the fauna is dominated by spinicaudatan (conchostracan) branchiopods.
Limnestheria ardra (Wright, ) and L. gracilis (Orr and Briggs, ) occur.Download Citation | The Serpukhovian and Bashkirian (Carboniferous, Namurian and basal Westphalian) faunas of northern England | The marine fauna in Serpukhovian and Bashkirian strata (Namurian.Coal Measures (Namurian and Westphalian) Blackband Iron Formations: fossil bog iron ores Article in Sedimentology 36(4) - June with 37 Reads How we measure 'reads'.