Systematics and biostratigraphy of the organic-walled microplankton from the middle Devonian (Givetian) silica formation, Ohio, U.S.A.
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Published by American Association of Stratigraphic Palynologists in [Dallas] .
Written in English


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Statementby Reed Wicander and Gordon D. Wood.
SeriesAASP contributions series -- no.8
ContributionsWood, Gordon D.
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Open LibraryOL13956686M

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Organic-walled marine microplankton from the Barremian and Aptian of the North Sea Region - biostratigraphy and taxonomy - Part 4 - online 31 May Vol No. 2 posted Mar The dinoflagellates, acritarchs and tasmanitids are also sometimes referred to as "acid-insoluble or organic-walled microplankton" for the same reason. DINOFLAGELLATES Within the algal Division Pyrrhophyta (the dinoflagellates) are four classes: the Ebriophyceae, the Ellobiophyceae, the Desmophyceae and the Dinophyceae (Table I).Cited by: 3.   Occasionally (and fortunately), circumstances and timing combine to allow an individual, almost singlehandedly, to generate a paradigm shift in his or her chosen field of inquiry. William R. (‘Bill’) Evitt (–) was such a person. During his career as a palaeontologist, Bill Evitt made lasting and profound contributions to the study of both dinoflagellates and trilobites. He had a Cited by: 6. My main field of expertise is Precambrian and Palaeozoic organic-walled microplankton (acritarchs, chitinozoans) and plant microfossils (cryptospores, spores triletes), in application to high-resolution biostratigraphy and subsurface correlation, palaeoenvironmental reconstructions, organic .

Since the production of three literature compilations in , and , further published contributions on Triassic, Jurassic and earliest Cretaceous (Berriasian) dinoflagellate cysts were issued between April and January , or have been discovered. These items are listed alphabetically herein with full details, including digital object identifier (doi) numbers where Cited by: 2. This banner text can have markup.. web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation. Geochemistry. The metal content, particularly Fe, Cu, As, Al, Pb, Ba, Mo and Mn, of individual chitinozoans and/or bulk-rock samples increases markedly in the teratological interval (Fig. 3a).Fe, As and Mn concentrations in bulk-rock samples increase by an order of magnitude, for example, from c. 50, to c. , p.p.m. Fe, on cue with the appearance of oolitic-ferruginous beds in the Cited by: The present work attempts to study the distribution of the microfossils and their biostratigraphic implications for the Kurnool basin. It is the first ever detailed systematic palaeontological investigation of the organic-walled microfossils preserved in fine-grained siliciclastic sediments of the Owk Shale of the Kurnool Group, south : Yogmaya Shukla, Mukund Sharma, V.N. Sergeev.

Sphaeromorphic algal cysts, most probably of the prasinophyte Tasmanites, and acanthomorphic acritarch vesicles, most probably Solisphaeridium, occur in a single 20 cm thick bed of micritic limestone in the lower part of the Middle Devonian (Givetian) Tully Formation near Lock Haven, Pennsylvania. Specimens are composed of authigenic calcite and pyrite crystals about 5–10 µm in by: 2. Lower and Middle Devonian spores of north and central Vestspitsbergen. Palaeontology 8; pp. , 15 plts. h.t. Stapled extract. € Allen, K.C. - Spore assemblages and their stratigraphical application in the Lower and Middle Devonian of North and Central Spitsbergen. - Palaeontology ; pp. , 4 fig. (of which 1 h.t. On January 1, the Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic was established by the transformation from the ČSAV, and the Geological Institute became a part of the ASCR. The Institute belongs to the I. Department of Mathematics, Physics and Earth Sciences and to . An SEM image of an organic-walled dinoflagellate, Dinophysis norvegica. The sporopollenin walls of these cysts are very durable and quite readily fossilized. Photograph courtesy of Jeremy R. Young. SEM, HA = ~50 µm Recent sediment, North Atlantic Ocean An SEM image of an organic-walled dinoflagellate, Ceratium cf. compressum.