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    The Late Carboniferous and Permian: Aquatic vertebrate zonation in southern Spain and German basins
Statement of responsibility
    Jörg W. Schneider, Oliver Hampe, Rodrigo Soler-Gijón
    Hampe, Oliver
    Schneider, Jörg W.
    Soler-Gijón, Rodrigo
Source title - monograph
    Palaeozoic Vertebrate Biochronology and Global Marine/Non-Marine Correlation, Final Report of IGCP 328 (1991-1996). Courier Forschungsinstitut-Senckenberg 223
    s. 543-561
    7 obr., 2 tab.
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Subject group
    korelace stratigrafická
    sedimentace kontinentální
    sedimentace mořská
    středočeské svrchní paleozoikum
    uhelná sloj
    zóny biostratigrafické
Geographical name
    Španělsko-Stará Kastilie
Abstract (in english)
   The vertebrate faunas of the Stephanian and Lower Permian of three of the best geologically and palaeontologically examined European basins, the Puertollano (Spain), Saar-Nahe and Saale basin (Germany) were investigated within the scope of IGCP 328. Basic informations on elasmobranch zonation of continental and continental/marine profiles is presented in combination with biostratigraphic results since the 1980s. The C/P boundary (Gzhelian/Asselian) is situated for the continental sequence in the Lowermost Rotliegend (Autunian) after calibrations with amphibian and insect zonations as well as isotopical and magnetostratigraphical data. Comparisons of identical assemblages of elasmobranch species from several basins of Upper Carboniferous age indicate immigrations from the sea, and faunal exchange between marine influenced (e.g. Puertollano and N-Germany) and more or less pure continental basins.
   The results provide an excellent perspective for further projects on Pangea-wide marine and non-marine correlation in the Late palaeozoic to Early Triassic
    Česká geologická služba
Contributor code
    ČGS (UNM)
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Entered date
    25. 3. 2008
Import date
    8. 8. 2012