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Studia Geologica Polonica
1999 Vol. 114 77-92
EN Occurrence of the “Boreal type” bivalves: inoceramids (represented by the genera: Inoceramus Parkinson, 1819; Retroceramus Koshelkina, 1963 and Anopaea Eichwald, 1861) and buchiids (Buchia Rouillier, 1845) in the Tithonian sections of the Sierra de los Organos and Sierra del Rosario belts, western C[...]
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Acta Geologica Polonica
EN Fossiliferous Upper Cenomanian to Lower Maastrichtian strata in Navarra, northern Spain, particularly in the eastern Barranca, were investigated in terms of litostratigraphy, macrofossil biostratigraphy and event stratigraphy. Extensive bed-by bed-collections of ammonites, inoceramids, and echinoids[...]
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Acta Geologica Polonica
EN The Turonian/Coniacian boundary marks one of the main turnover levels in the Late Cretaceous history of the inoceramid bivalves. The change from the Mytiloides-dominated Late Turonian fauna to the Cremnoceramus-dominated Early Coniacian fauna was a dramatic experience for the group, with a series of[...]
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Acta Geologica Polonica
EN The Turonian/Coniacian boundary succession in the United States Western Interior is characterized by the same inoceramid faunas as recognized in Europe, allowing the application of the same zonal scheme in both regions; Mytiloides scupini and Cremnoceramus waltersdorfensis zones in the tompost Turon[...]
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Acta Geologica Polonica
EN An integrated inoceramid-foraminiferal zonation for the topmost Turonian and Lower Coniacian near Briansk, SW of Moscow is presented. The inoceramid fauna enables the application of the refined zonal scheme currently applied in central and western Europe. Three zones based on benthic foraminifera, t[...]
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Geologia Sudetica
2008 Vol. 40 33-50
EN This paper describes and interprets a newly discovered Lower Coniacian (lower Upper Cretaceous) macro- and micro- fossil fauna (vertebrate and invertebrate remains) from sedimentary rocks of the Jerzmanice Zdrój region of the North Sudetic Basin of SW Poland. Several inoceramid bivalve taxa that pre[...]
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Acta Geologica Polonica
EN An updated account of the candidate Global Boundary Stratotype Section and Point for the base of the Turonian Stage and the base of the Middle Turonian Substage in the Bridge Creek Member of the Greenhorn Limestone exposed in the Rock Creek Anticline west of Pueblo, Colorado is provided. Key ammonit[...]
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Geological Quarterly
EN The Upper Turonian to Middle Coniacian (Upper Cretaceous) succession of the Babadag Basin (North Dobrogea, Romania) constitutes an apparently continuous fossiliferous carbonate succession. The presence of moderately rich inoceramid, ammonite and foraminiferal assemblages allows for the application o[...]
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Acta Geologica Polonica
EN New studies of sections in southern England (Bridgewick Pit, Downley, Shoreham Cement Works Quarry), eastern England (Kiplingcotes Station Quarry, Arras Road Pit), Germany (Salzgitter-Salder Quarry, a potential candidate GSSP for the Coniacian Stage) and central Poland (Słupia Nadbrzeżna, another po[...]
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Acta Geologica Polonica
EN The taxonomy of the Middle-Late Coniacian and Santonian inoceramids of the US Western Interior, including some specimens from the Canadian Western Interior, is revised, based mainly on the extensive collections of the US Geological Survey. The classic Meek and Hayden material is discussed. Forty-fou[...]
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Przegląd Geologiczny
2016 Vol. 64, nr 8 570--576
EN For a long time, outcrops at Potelych, Nahoryany and Lviv in western Ukraine have been of special interestfor Campanian andMaastrichtian (Upper Cretaceous) palaeontology and biostratigraphy. An overview of studies devoted to these classic sites is presented, including an early account of the localit[...]
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Acta Geologica Polonica
EN The Cenomanian to Santonian succession of the Staffhorst shaft, ca. 50 km south of Bremen, because of its structural position in the northern German Upper Cretaceous basin, is intermediate in character and fossil content between the pelagic sediments characterizing the Pompeckj Block in the north an[...]
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Acta Geologica Polonica
EN The Campanian strata in the Wolbrom-Miechów area at Wierzchowisko, Jeżówka and Rzeżuśnia (i.e., the southwestern part of the Miechów Trough, southern Poland) have been studied in some detail. Collections of macrofossils available to date include generally well-preserved and diverse cephalopods (ammo[...]
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Acta Geologica Polonica
EN The event sequence recognised in the Cenomanian through basal Coniacian (Late Cretaceous) of the Elbe Valley is compared with the event stratigraphic scheme worked out in NW Germany. The following events, recognised originally in Lower Saxony, and subsequently in other Cretaceous areas of north-west[...]
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Acta Geologica Polonica
2016 Vol. 66, no. 4 645--662
EN The inarticulate brachiopod Discinisca is a rare faunal element in the Upper Cretaceous of the U.S. Western Interior. We report two occurrences of encrustation of Discinisca on a scaphitid ammonite (scaphite) and several inoceramids from the lower Maastrichtian Baculites baculus/Endocostea typica Bi[...]
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Acta Geologica Polonica
EN Campanian to Lower Maastrichtian strata of the eastern Barranca (Navarra, northern Spain), based on 11 exposures near Irurzun, were investigated in detail and correlated with coeval strata of the western Barranca and the Oroz-Betelu Massif (Navarra). The Sarasate Formation exposed in the Barranca in[...]
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Acta Geologica Polonica
EN The Turonian-Coniacian boundary succession from the Wagon Mound-Springer composite section in the US Western Interior shows a virtually identical macrofaunal record to that revealed in the proposed candidate Coniacian GSSP in the Salzgitter-Salder-Slupia Nadbrzezna composite section in central Europ[...]
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Acta Geologica Polonica
2018 Vol. 68, no. 4 663--687
EN The lower (but not lowermost) part of the Upper Cretaceous Anaipadi Formation of the Trichinopoly Group in the area between Kulatur, Saradamangalam and Anaipadi, in the south-western part of the Cauvery Basin in southeast India yielded rich inoceramid and ammonite faunas. The ammonites: Mesopuzosia [...]
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Geologos
EN The ammonites Lewesiceras peramplum Mantell and ?Lewesiceras sp. are reported from the Upper Cretaceous in the Nysa Kłodzka Graben; they date from the Middle Turonian and ?Coniacian, respectively. The Middle Turonian limestones of the Stara Bystrzyca quarry contain an abundant assemblage of inoceram[...]
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