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Mantell, 1822. The Fossils of the South Downs, or Illustrations of the Geology of Sussex [ebook]

Gideon Mantell, 1822. The Fossils of the South Downs, or Illustrations of the Geology of Sussex: 1-320.

 ... trith the lo'west and most ancient Formation. _) SECONDARY FORMATIONS. Formations. Principal Divisions, GREEN SAND FORMATIONS. i. Iron Sand. ii. Tilgate Beds. Subdivisions. Localities. r Fail-light Down Dane's Hill, Bright- Sand and sandstone, containing | ling Down, (alt. 616 feet) Crow- layers and concretions of iron-- borough Beacon, (804 feet ... 

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O`Connell, 1919. The Schrammen Collection of Cretaceous Silicispongiae in the American Museum of Natural History [ebook]

...time to time in late years as new discoveries have been made, while already known species have been found in new localities. The more important recent writers are Cenek Zahalka (1885, 1886a, 1886b, 1887a, 1887b, 1888), Jaroslav Jahn...

 ... paleospongiology, and a description of the morphological characteristics of the Silicispongiae, which constitute Chapters I and II. Since Schrammen's material came from many localities in Germany, and from successive horizons in the Upper Cretaceous, it appeared to me that a general summary of the stratigraphy of the Cretaceous sponge-bearing horizons ... 

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Ziegler, 1984. Family Pleurotomariidae from the Bohemian Cretaceous Basin

FAMILY PLEUROTOMARIIDAE SWAINSON, 1840 (GASTROPODA, ARCHAEOGASTROPODA) FROM THE BOHEMIAN CRETACEOUS BASIN INTRODUCTION This paper deals with the family Pleurotomariidae SWAINSON, 1840 from sediments of the Bohemia n Cretaceous Basin...

 ... calcium carbonate been found preserved in the shells composed only of calcite. The following elements have been identified by analysing chemically ten samples from various localities: Ca, Mg, Si, AI, Mn, Fe, Ti and B. These single elements represent calcium in carbonates, or form extraneous admixtures in the shells, or were introduced into the shells ... 

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Database: significant geological localities in the Czech Republic

...the sites should be possible (if not on private property). more on http://lokality.geology.cz Examples: search localities by Stratigraphy: Albian (1) Cenomanian (70) Turonian (128) Coniacian (20) Santonian (3) Maastrichtian (3) Cretaceous, unspecified (11) Upper Cretaceous (67)

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Federwürmer & Kalkröhrenwürmer aus dem oberen Turon der sächsisch-böhmischen Kreide

Nahe der nordböhmischen Stadt Lovosice (dt. Lobositz im Ústecký kraj) befindet sich der Steinbruch Úpohlavy (Zementwerk). Der Kalksteinbruch wird derzeit durch die Firma Lafarge Cement betrieben und ist ein guter Fundpunkt für turone...

 ... Frič (1889) in the Bohemian area. The first modern revision was by Ziegler (1984), but his paper was focussed on worms of the rocky-coast facies. As most of the classical localities have vanished during the 20th century and new outcrops are rare and ephemeral, we based our study on outcrops in the working quarry in the vicinity of Úpohlavy near Lovosice ... 

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Licht & Kogan, 2011. Late Cretaceous pycnodont fishes (Actinopterygii, Neopterygii) from Saxony (Eastern Germany)

Zusammenfassung:Kugelzahnfische aus flachmarinen Ablagerungen der Oberkreide Sachsens sind seit über 150 Jahren bekannt. Nach der gültigen Nomenklatur kommen im späten Cenoman Sachsens drei Arten (Anomoeodus angustus, Anomoeodus muensteri...

 ... KRIWET, 2004; DELSATE & KRIWET, 2004). Only about 80 pycnodontiform species are known by more or less complete skeletal remains. In Saxony (Eastern Germany), as in most other localities, pycnodonts are represented by isolated elements such as single teeth, fragments or complete dentitions, and very seldom scales. GEINITZ (1849) was the first author ... 

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Kennedy, 1967. Burrows and surface traces from the Lower Chalk of southern England [ebook]

William James Kennedy, 1967. Burrows and surface traces from the Lower Chalk of southern England - Bulletin of the British Museum (Natural History) Geology London 15 (3): 125-167.

 ... Portland Sand, Black Sandstones) of the Dorset coast Farrow (1966) records it from many levels in the Yorkshire Jurassic I have noted this trace fossil at many horizons and localities: Triassic: Rhaetic, South-Devon coast between Seaton and Lyme Regis, piping the basal bone bed into the underlying Keuper (Text-fig 2, G) Jurassic: The whole of the Dorset Lias (Text-figs l, G-J; 2, F) Cretaceous: Lower Greensand, Folkestone beds at Folkestone (Text-fig z, I-K) associated with Gyrolithes type structures; Upper Greensand of Southern England and throughout the whole of the Lower Chalk and in the Middle LOWER CHALK TRACE FOSSILS OF S ENGLAND 133 _)

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Paleontological literature of the Bohemo-Saxonian Cretaceous

The complete bibliography can be exported to the BiBTeX-format here. 1. General/Miscellaneous 2. Palaeozoology 2.1 Micro- & Nannofossils: Foraminifera, Radiolaria, Dinoflagellata... 2.2 Porifera 2.3 Anthozoa (and other Cnidaria) 2...

 ... 4): 1–17. Hradecká, L., 1999a. Correlation of the Late Turonian foraminiferal assemblages from the Úpohlavy and Březno sections (Bohemian Cretaceous Basin) with some other localities (South Moravia, Germany and Lower Austria) – Geologica Carpathica (Slovak Academic press) Bratislava 50 (2): 145–150. Čech, S. et al., 2005. Cenomanian and Cenomanian-Turonian ... 

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vollständige Bibliographie [ebook]

1573 Datensätze ₋ Die letzten 25 Neuzugänge anzeigen [This section requires a browser that supports JavaScript and iframes.] Export der vollständigen Bilbiographie nach BibTeX (kreidefossilien-bibliographie.bib = Permalink: kreidefossilien.de/1836)

 ... 33: 79–96. Hradecká, L., 1999a Correlation of the Late Turonian foraminiferal assemblages from the Úpohlavy and Březno sections (Bohemian Cretaceous Basin) with some other localities (South Moravia, Germany and Lower Austria) – Geologica Carpathica (Slovak Academic press) Bratislava 50 (2): 145–150. Hradecká, L. & Švábenická, L., 1999b Bohemian Cretaceous ... 

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Die paläontologische Literatur (Kreide) über Sachsen & Böhmen

Der Export der vollständigen Bibliographie nach BiBTeX ist hier möglich. 1. Allgemeines 2. Paläozoologie 2.1 Mikro- & Nannofossilien: Foraminifera, Radiolaria, Dinoflagellata, ... 2.2 Porifera 2.3 Anthozoa (und andere Cnidaria) 2...

 ... 4): 1–17. Hradecká, L., 1999a. Correlation of the Late Turonian foraminiferal assemblages from the Úpohlavy and Březno sections (Bohemian Cretaceous Basin) with some other localities (South Moravia, Germany and Lower Austria) – Geologica Carpathica (Slovak Academic press) Bratislava 50 (2): 145–150. Čech, S. et al., 2005. Cenomanian and Cenomanian-Turonian ... 

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WebGIS

Small application based on OpenLayers 3. This should not become a replacement for a full GIS enviroment but a quick information grabbing source. Find basic informations on localities, literature references and geological maps. Go for it

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Application (Version 1.0)

Small WebGIS with informations on localities and references combined with the geological maps of Germany 1:200.000 (GÜK200), Saxony (1:50.000) and the Czech Republic (1:50.000).

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Klinger & Wiedmann, 1983. Palaeobiogeographic affinities of Upper Cretaceous ammonites of Northern Germany

Herbert Christian Klinger & Jost Wiedmann, 1983. Palaeobiogeographic affinities of Upper Cretaceous ammonites of Northern Germany. Zitteliana, Reihe B, Abhandlungen der Bayerischen Staatssammlung für Paläontologie und Geologie München 10: 413-425.

 ... revision should also include material collected under strict stratigraphic control, but, as Wiedmann (1979) has pomted out and from personal expenence, many of the origi- nal localities are no longer accessible. Nevertheless, this has been undertaken on modest scale by Giers (1964), Hancock et al. (1972), Lommerzheim (1976), Schmid & Ernst (1975 ... 

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Niebuhr & Wilmsen, 2014. Kreide-Fossilien in Sachsen, Teil 1

Die Paläogeographie,Ablagerungsbedingungen und integrierte Stratigraphie der sächsischen Kreide (Elbtal-Gruppe, Cenomanium bis  Coniacium) werden anhand der aktuellen Lithostratigraphie formationsweise beschrieben und in einen...

 ... Elbtal-Gruppe, grün) und Lage der Kreide-Lokalitäten (siehe Kap. 1.3.1). Fig. 1. Distribution of the Saxonian Cretaceous (Elbtal Group, green) with indication of important Cretaceous localities (see Chap. 1.3.1). Insel) und der Mitteleuropäischen Insel abgelagert und zeigt starke lithologische und paläontologische Beziehungen zu zeitgleichen Ablagerungen ... 

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