Record details

Title
    The invertebrate fauna of the Middle Miocene (Lower Badenian) sediments of Kralice nad Oslavou (Central Paratethys, Moravian part of the Carpathian Foredeep)
Author
    Hladilová, Šárka
    Holcová, Katarína
    Kroh, Andreas
    Nehyba, Slavomír
    Zágoršek, Kamil
Language
    anglicky
Publication type
    článek v periodiku
Source title - serial
    Bulletin of Geosciences
Vol./nr.
    Roč. 84, č. 3
Pages
    31
    32
Year
    2009
Thesaurus term
    Bryozoa
    Carpathian Foredeep
    Echinodermata
    Foraminifera
    Mollusca
    palaeoecology
    paleoecology
Keyword
    Badenian
    Carpathian
    Central
    Fauna
    Foredeep
    Invertebrate
    Kralice
    Lower
    Middle
    Miocene
    Moravian
    Oslavou
    Paratethys
    Sediments
Abstract (in english)
   An artificial outcrop of Middle Miocene sediments at Kralice nad Oslavou has been studied in detail, all fragments retrieved from the bulk samples were evaluated and described. The most common fossils were bryozoans, foraminifers and echinoderms, but molluscs also occured. The faunal content indicates a shallow-marine environment with normal marine salinity and high oxygen levels. Increased volcanic activity in the hinterland was documented by volcano-detritic material in the sediment. Neotypes of bryozoans Kionidella moravicensis Procházka, 1893 and Umbonula spinosa (Procházka, 1893) are designated.

   An artificial outcrop of Middle Miocene sediments at Kralice nad Oslavou has been studied in detail, all fragments retrieved from the bulk samples were evaluated and described. The most common fossils were bryozoans, foraminifers and echinoderms, but molluscs also occured. The faunal content indicates a shallow-marine environment with normal marine salinity and high oxygen levels. Increased volcanic activity in the hinterland was documented by volcano-detritic material in the sediment. Neotypes of bryozoans An artificial outcrop of Middle Miocene sediments at Kralice nad Oslavou has been studied in detail, all fragments retrieved from the bulk samples were evaluated and described. The most common fossils were bryozoans, foraminifers and echinoderms, but molluscs also occured. The faunal content indicates a shallow-marine environment with normal marine salinity and high oxygen levels. Increased volcanic activity in the hinterland was documented by volcano-detritic material in the sedime
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   An artificial outcrop of Middle Miocene sediments at Kralice nad Oslavou has been studied in detail, all fragments retrieved from the bulk samples were evaluated and described. The most common fossils were bryozoans, foraminifers and echinoderms, but molluscs also occured. The faunal content indicates a shallow-marine environment with normal marine salinity and high oxygen levels. Increased volcanic activity in the hinterland was documented by volcano-detritic material in the sediment. Neotypes of bryozoans Kionidella moravicensis Procházka, 1893 and Umbonula spinosa (Procházka, 1893) are designated.
Contributor
    MU Brno, Přírodovědecká fakulta
    Národní muzeum Praha
    UK Praha, Přírodovědecká fakulta
Contributor code
    MU, PřF
    NM
    UK, PřF
Source format
    R
Import date
    8. 8. 2012