Record details

Title
    The Oligocene of Central Europe and the development of forest vegetation in space and time based on megafossils
Statement of responsibility
    Zlatko Kvaček, Harald Walther
Author
    Kvaček, Zlatko, 1937-
    Walther, Harald
Language
    anglicky
Source title - serial
    Palaeontographica. Abteilung B, Paläophytologie
Vol./nr.
    Vol. 259, no. 1-6
Pages
    p. 125-148
Year
    2001
Notes
    1 obr., 10 tab., 3 s.bibl.
    il.
    Německé resumé
    Zkr. název ser.: Palaeontographica
Subject group
    flóra
    komunita
    oligocén
    Paratethys
    prostředí kontinentální
    provincie floristická
    terciér Českého masivu
    vulkanismus
Geographical name
    ČR-Čechy
    Krumvíř (Břeclav)
    Kundratice (Litoměřice)
    Maďarsko
    Počerny (Karlovy Vary)
    Rakousko-Oberösterreich
    Rumunsko
    Seifhennersdorf (Německo)
    Slovinsko
    SRN-Sachsen
    Suletice (Ústí nad Labem)
    Valeč (Karlovy Vary)
Keyword
    Based
    Central
    Development
    Europe
    Forest
    Megafossils
    Oligocene
    Space
    Time
    Vegetation
Abstract (in english)
   The climatic and floral changes within the Oligocene of Central Europe and adjacent regions are demonstrated on the basis of critically evaluated rich megafloras from near-shore (lowland) sites and volcanic regions ("volcanic floras"). Both types of settings have been compared by means of a suite of revised or emended floral assemblages ("Florenkomplexe"). In the Boreal province of Central Europe six floral assemblages have been recognized depending on climatic and floral changes due to periodic immigrations of "modern" Arcto-Tertiary elements. In the Paratethys Province the floral changes reflected in three assemblages proceeded during the Oligocene more smoothly due to the equable influence of the Tethys sea. Only in the youngest floral assemblage Linz-Krumvíř has a stronger immigration of Arcto-Tertiary elements been established.
   The common floral links between the two settings of the lowland and volcanic floras are known in both the regions as important accessory elementsThe climatic and floral changes within the Oligocene of Central Europe and adjacent regions are demonstrated on the basis of critically evaluated rich megafloras from near-shore (lowland) sites and volcanic regions ("volcanic floras"). Both types of settings have been compared by means of a suite of revised or emended floral assemblages ("Florenkomplexe"). In the Boreal province of Central Europe six floral assemblages have been recognized depending on climatic and floral changes due to periodic immigrations of "modern" Arcto-Tertiary elements. In the Paratethys Province the floral changes reflected in three assemblages proceeded during the Oligocene more smoothly due to the equable influence of the Tethys sea. Only in the youngest floral assemblage Linz-Krumvíř has a stronger immigration of Arcto-Tertiary elements been established.
   The common floral links between the two settings of the lowland and volcanic floras are known in both the regions as important accessory elementsThe climatic and floral changes within the Oligocene of Central Europe and adjacent regions are demonstrated on the basis of critically evaluated rich megafloras from near-shore (lowland) sites and volcanic regions ("volcanic floras"). Both types of settings have been compared by means of a suite of revised or emended floral assemblages ("Florenkomplexe"). In the Boreal province of Central Europe six floral assemblages have been recognized depending on climatic and floral changes due to periodic immigrations of "modern" Arcto-Tertiary elements. In the Paratethys Province the floral changes reflected in three assemblages proceeded during the Oligocene more smoothly due to the equable influence of the Tethys sea. Only in the youngest floral assemblage Linz-Krumvíř has a stronger immigration of Arcto-Tertiary elements been established.
   The common floral links between the two settings of the lowland and volcanic floras are known in both the regions as important accessory elements
Contributor
    Česká geologická služba
Contributor code
    ČGS (UNM)
Source format
    U
Entered date
    25. 3. 2008
Import date
    8. 8. 2012