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Ordovician carbonate platform ecosystem of the Holy Cross Mountains =

Jerzy Dzik

Ordovician carbonate platform ecosystem of the Holy Cross Mountains =

Ekosystem ordowickiej platformy węglanowej gór Świętokrzyskich

by Jerzy Dzik

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Published by Instytut Paleobiologii PAN im. Romana Kozłowskiego in Warszawa .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Poland,
  • Świętokrzyskie Mountains.
    • Subjects:
    • Paleontology -- Ordovician.,
    • Animals, Fossil -- Poland -- Świętokrzyskie Mountains.,
    • Limestone -- Poland -- Świętokrzyskie Mountains.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references and index.

      Other titlesEkosystem ordowickiej platformy węglanowej gór Świętokrzyskich
      Statementby Jerzy Dzik, Ewa Olempska, and Andrzej Pisera.
      SeriesPalaeontologia Polonica,, no. 53
      ContributionsOlempska, Ewa., Pisera, Andrzej.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsQE726.2 .D95 1994
      The Physical Object
      Pagination2 v. :
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL624314M
      ISBN 108301098600, 8301047542
      LC Control Number96224080
      OCLC/WorldCa32163449

      the Middle Ordovician formed a series of island arcs and mountains to the east of Ohio. This event, the Taconic Orogeny, which culminated in the Late Ordovician, is recorded in rocks stretching fromFile Size: KB. Windward and leeward margins of an Upper Ordovician carbonate platform in the Central Tarim Uplift, Xinjiang, northwestern China; Anthropogenic particle dispersion in topsoils of the Middle Nile delta: a preliminary study on the contamination around industrial and commercial areas in Egypt.

      56 Hudson Bay Basin from the smaller Foxe Basin of the Southeast Arctic Platform (Zhang ). 57 The Paleozoic succession of the Hudson Bay Basin includes Upper Ordovician to Upper 58 Devonian shallow-marine carbonate rocks, reefs, and shales, with locally thick Lower Devonian 59 evaporite rocks. Paleozoic strata are unconformably overlain by Cited by: 2. Basin Centered Gas (Continuous) in Ordovician Carbonate and Permian Sandstone EXPLANATION Hydrography Shoreline Geologic province code and boundary Country boundary Gas field centerpoint Oil field centerpoint Projection: Robinson. Central meridian: 0 KILOMETERS 36 38 40 China

      Organic geochemistry and palynofacies of the Early-Middle Frasnian transition (Late Devonian) of the Holy Cross Mountains, Southern Poland. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology . The Ordovician Period began about million years ago and ended about million years ago. These are the oldest rocks in the state that are exposed at the surface, in southwestern Ohio along the axis of a positive structural feature known as the Cincinnati Arch or Platform, which formed in the Ordovician.


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Ordovician carbonate platform ecosystem of the Holy Cross Mountains = by Jerzy Dzik Download PDF EPUB FB2

Get this from a library. Ordovician carbonate platform ecosystem of the Holy Cross Mountains = Ekosystem ordowickiej platformy węglanowej gór Świętokrzyskich. Jerzy Dzik (born 25 February ) is a Polish paleontologist.

He has described many species, genera, and families of conodonts, including the order Ozarkodinida (in ). Inhe described the dinosauriform Silesaurus, from the Triassic of Poland. Tributes. The conodont genus name Dzikodus Zhang is a tribute to J.

Dzik. References. The new paleomagnetic data from the Malopolska Massif in Holy Cross Mountains do not support the hypothesis of large-scale tectonic movements along the Teisseyre–Tornquist Line after the Middle Ordovician and also contradict the hypothesis, that any major local tectonic rotations of the investigated area have occurred since that by: The Holy Cross Mountains (HCM), which is located in the transition zone between Baltica and the West European Platform (Fig.

1), represents a location where Ordovi-cianeSilurian boundary rocks are Author: Barbara Kremer. Paleomagnetism of Ordovician carbonate rocks from Malopolska Massif, Holy Cross Mountains, SE Poland — Magnetostratigraphic and geotectonic implications.

The thermal and bu rial history of the Holy Cross Mountains is interpreted based on colour alteration indices (CAl) for conodonts from strata of Ordovician to Triassic age, Different paleoheat. In: Dzik J, Olempska E, Pisera A (eds) Ordovician carbonate platform ecosystem of the holy cross mountains.

Palaeontol Pol – Google Scholar Heredia S () Pygodus anserinus Lamont et Lindström (Conodonto) en el Llandeillano de la formación Ponón by: 1. Carbonate platform successions in the eastern Baird Mountains and the Snowden Mountain area (Figures 1, 4) have many similarities and include both Cambrian and Ordovician strata (Figure 3, columns 4 and 5) (Dumoulin and Harris,; Karl et al., ).

In the eastern Baird Mountains, Proterozoic and/or Cambrian dolostone and marble that. The Lower Ordovician conodont species first described asScolopodusl peselephantis Lindströmhas a seximembrate apparatus of laterally compressed, variously curved and flexed coniform elements.

These are very small and invariably striated or multicostate. The taxon is reassigned toDecoriconus Coopera genus hitherto known by species from Upper Ordovician and Silurian Cited by: Stratigraphically significant early Late Ordovivian conodonts from the Tsagaan Del Formation, Bayankhongor area, Central Mongolia.

Guillermo L. Albanesi1, Chulun Minjin2 and Jalbaa Undarya2 and biostratigraphic significance of Ordovician platform conodonts. (Eds.), Ordovician carbonate platform ecosystem of the Holy Cross Mountains. The southern Appalachian part of the Cambrian–Ordovician passive margin succession of the great American carbonate bank extends from the Lower Cambrian to the lower Middle Ordovician, is as much as km ( mi) thick, and has long-term subsidence rates exceeding 5 cm (2 in.)/k.y.

Subsiding depocenters separated by arches controlled sediment thickness. Ostracods of the Mójcza Limestone.- In: J. Dzik, E. Olempska and A. Pisera (eds.) Ordovician carbonate platform ecosystem of the Holy Cross Mountains, Poland.- Palaeontologia Polonica Olempska, E. An ostracod assemblage from the late Visean shales of the Cracow area Ordovician carbonate platform ecosystem of the Holy Cross Mountains.

Emergence and collapse of the Frasnian conodont and ammonoid communities in the Holy Cross Mountains, Poland. Jerzy Dzik Instytut Paleobiologii PAN, Twarda 51 In the main body of the book expansion of the ecospace and enrichment of ecosystems in the geological history. cross sections of lower ordovician carbonate depositional lithofacies and mississippi valley-1ype zinc-and iron-sulfide mineralization in the caulfield district, east-central part of harrison 1° x 2° quadrangle, missouri and arkansas by timothy s.

hayes1, james r. palmer, and gary krizanich1 folio note Cited by: 1. CARBONATE ROCKS OF CAMBRIAN AND ORDOVICIAN AGE IN THE LANCASTER QUADRANGLE, PENNSYLVANIA By HAROLD MEISLER and ALBERT E. BECHER ABSTRACT Detailed mapping has shown that the carbonate rocks of Cambrian and Ordovician age in the Lancaster quadrangle, Pennsylvania, can be divided into 14 rock-stratigraphic by: 3.

Carbonate mud mounds developed within the Baltoscandian Basin, an epicratonic basin on the Baltica palaeocontinent, during the Ordovician. In the Upper Ordovician succession of the Baltoscandian Basin, a large number of mud mounds are present at three stratigraphic levels namely, the Kullsbergs mounds (late Sandbian-early Katian), Nabala and Rakvere mounds (middle Katian), and the Boda mounds Cited by: 2.

Upper Ordovician and Silurian carbonate shelf stratigraphy, facies, and evolution, eastern North Greenland (Bulletin / GrÃ, nlands geologiske undersÃ, gelse) [Hurst, John M] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Upper Ordovician and Silurian carbonate shelf stratigraphy, facies, and evolution, eastern North Greenland (Bulletin / GrÃAuthor: John M Hurst.

study is to investigate carbon isotope of Ordovician marine carbonates and evaluate their hydrocarbon generation potential from the point of carbon cycle, and provide new evidence for the Lower Paleozoic natural gas exploration in the Ordos Basin. Carbon isotope evidence for Ordovician marine hydrocarbon source rocks in Ordos Basin, North China.

Platform drowning leading to cool-water carbonate deposition: evolution of a Late Ordovician (Turinian–Chatfieldian) mixed-sediment platform within the Taconic orogen (Long Point Group, Newfoundland Appalachians)Cited by: Conodont biostratigraphy and paleogeographical relations of the Ordovician Mójcza Limestone (Holy Cross mountains, Poland).

Acta Palaeontologica Polonica Google Scholar. Dzik, J. Conodonts of the Mojcza Limestone. In Ordovician carbonate platform ecosystem of the Holy Cross Mountains. Edited Pacific Section, Book pp. 43 Cited by:.

In the Early Ordovician, North America roughly straddled the equator and almost all of that continent lay underwater. However, by the Middle Ordovician North America became land with a karst topography on exposed carbonate rocks that developed. Taconica, a tectonic highland, formed along the margin of eastern North America.Carbonate platform dominated by peloidal sands: Lower Ordovician La Silla Formation of the eastern Precordillera, San Juan, Argentina BRIAN R.

PRATT Department of Geological Sciences, University of Saskatchewan, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada S7N 5E2 (E‐mail: @)Cited by: COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle coronavirus.