Palaeontology and Historical Geology : Proceedings of the 30th International Geological Congress, Volume 12 book cover
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Palaeontology and Historical Geology
Proceedings of the 30th International Geological Congress, Volume 12

Edited By

Jin Yu-Gan



ISBN 9780367448141
Published December 2, 2019 by CRC Press
200 Pages

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Book Description

This book is a collection of papers presented in the symposia, held in Beijing, on palaeontology and historical geology. The papers deal with different topics, providing information on Palaeobiogeography and Palaeoecology of Asian countries, their faunal content, and fossil preservation.

Table of Contents

1. An introduction to the symposia on "Palaeontology and Historical Geology" 2. A hierarchical framework of Permian global marine biogeography 3. Ammonoid palaeobiogeography of the South Kitakami Palaeoland and palaeogeography of eastern Asia during Permian to Triassic time 4. Palaeobiogeographic evolution of Permian brachiopods 5. Notes on the historical biogeography of the Osteoglossomorpha (Teleostei) 6. Sequence of events around the K/T boundary at El Kef (NW Tunisia) 7. Comparative faunal content of Strunian (Devonian) between Etaoucun (Guilin, Guangxi, South China) and the stratotype area (Etroeungt, Avesnois, North of France) 8. Palynological study of the Devonian - Carboniferous boundary in the vicinity of the International Auxiliary Stratotype Section, Guilin, China 9. Shallow-marine benthic palaeoecology of the Late Pleistocene Paleo - Tokyo Bay: A moderately sheltered bay fringed with barrier islands 10. Freshwater molluscan fauna of the Miocene-Pliocene Churia (Siwalik) Group of Nepal and their palaeoecological implication 11. The significance of freshwater malacofauna of the Churia (Siwalik) Group in Nepal and the Himalayan upheaval 12. The change of Late Cenozoic marine microfauna in the eastern margin of the Sea of Japan 13. Palaeosynecological development of upper Anisian (Middle Triassic) communities from Qingyan, Guizhou Province, China - a preliminary summary 14. Shell preservation of Pleistocene freshwater bivalvian mollusc from China 15. First discovery of Tertiary fishes (Teleostei) from Tarim Basin, Xinjiang, China 16. Ultra-microfossils in manganese stromatolites from the East Pacific Ocean

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