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Dinantian (Lower Carboniferous) biostratigraphy and ...

Vaughan's (1905) zonation of the Carboniferous Limestone in the Bristol district was a pioneer biostratigraphical study, which because of its meticulous execution .

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(PDF) The Carboniferous Period - ResearchGate

Limestone or Dinantian) and the Upper Series (predomi- ... the base of the Carboniferous Period and the mid-Carbonif-erous (or Mississippian-Pennsylvanian) boundary e were.

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Cummingella - Wikipedia

C. auge was excavated from the earliest Carboniferous of the Czech Republic (Tournaisian, Scaliognathus anchoralis-conodont zone, Brezina Formation, near Mokra village) and Germany (Tournaisian, Erdbach Limestone Formation, quarry at north-western margin of Steeden, Hessen; and quarry and slope at the Iberg-Winterberg, Bad Grund, Harz, Lower Saxony).

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Dolomitization of the Carboniferous Limestone of the Peak ...

The Carboniferous Limestone inliers of Breedon on the Hill in Leicestershire have also been dolomitized (Parsons, 1918) but these are directly overlain by the unconformable Mercia Mudstone of late Triassic age. It seems that a different process has operated there: it is not considered further herein.

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Carboniferous Period | geochronology | Britannica

Carboniferous Period, fifth interval of the Paleozoic Era, succeeding the Devonian Period and preceding the Permian Period. In terms of absolute time, the Carboniferous Period began approximately 358.9 million years ago and ended 298.9 million years ago.

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Carboniferous South Wales | Oolithica

The lowermost unit was deposited following a major marine transgression in latest Devonian times, and comprises the Carboniferous Limestone, a succession of Dinantian (Lower Carboniferous) carbonate sediments that evolved from a carbonate ramp to a rimmed shelf morphology.

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Dinantian (Lower Carboniferous) biostratigraphy and ...

Vaughan's (1905) zonation of the Carboniferous Limestone in the Bristol district was a pioneer biostratigraphical study, which because of its meticulous execution .

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Carboniferous - Unionpedia, the concept map

Carboniferous Limestone is a collective term for the succession of limestones occurring widely throughout Great Britain and Ireland that were deposited during the Dinantian Epoch of the Carboniferous Period.

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Carboniferous Limestone Group CL | DINOloket

Once more data become available on the basinal development of the Dinantian, as in NW Germany in the borehole Münsterland 1 (Richwien (1963) ), the need may arise to define more formations within the Carboniferous Limestone Group.

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Carboniferous limestone - enacademic

Carboniferous limestone. Carboniferous Limestone is a type of limestone rock, which was laid down in Great Britain and Ireland in the Dinantian stage of the Carboniferous period. It was formed between 363 and 325 million years ago. It is one of the three most common types of limestone found in Britain, along with chalk and Jurassic limestone.. Outcrops

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Carboniferous limestone - enacademic

Carboniferous Limestone is a type of limestone rock, which was laid down in Great Britain and Ireland in the Dinantian stage of the Carboniferous period. It .

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Dinantian | Encyclopedia

Dinantian. Dinantian The Lower Carboniferous sub-System in western Europe, overlain by the Silesian and comprising the Tournaisian and Visean Series. It is dated at 362.5–332.9 Ma ( Harland et al., 1989) and is roughly contemporaneous with the Carboniferous Limestone ( .

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Dinantian in Campine Basin | National Commission for ...

In the lithostratigraphic subdivision of Laenen (2003) of borehole Kastanjelaan-2 the Bosscheveld Formation is covered by mudstones of the Pont d'Arcole Formation (Carboniferous Limestone Group). The base is formed by a transitional zone of dominant grey siltstones to green, red, mica bearing, silt- and sandstones of the Evieux Formation.

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The Dinantian rocks of the Sellafield area, west Cumbria ...

This paper presents a summary of the present state of knowledge of the Dinantian (Carboniferous Limestone) rocks of the Sellafield area as a result of drilling investigations for UK NIREX Ltd. An easterly thinning wedge, formed as a result of pre-Permian erosion has a maximum onshore thickness of 300 m north of Sellafield and a feather edge about 1 km east of the Sellafield site.

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The Carboniferous Limestone of Breedon Cloud ...

The Carboniferous Limestone of Breedon Cloud, Leicestershire, and the associated Inliers - Volume 78 Issue 3 - G. H. Mitchell, C. J. Stubblefield Please note, due to essential maintenance online purchasing will not be possible between 03:00 and 12:00 BST on Sunday 6th May.

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Dinantian (Lower Carboniferous) biostratigraphy and ...

Vaughan's (1905) zonation of the Carboniferous Limestone in the Bristol district was a pioneer biostratigraphical study, which because of its meticulous execution can be reinter

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Lower Limestone Group, Dinantian, Carboniferous, Midland ...

Lower Limestone Group (now known as the Lower Limestone Formation) The Lower Limestone Group is the uppermost subdivision of the Dinantian in Scotland. It follows the Calciferous Sandstone Measures conformably, except in some marginal areas where it overlaps them and rests on older strata. The marine influence,...

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June: The Carboniferous Period | Geoscience Wales

The Carboniferous period extends from 359 to 299 million years ago. It is one of the most important geological periods in Wales, and in Britain as a whole, from an economic and scenic perspective, as it is during this period that both the massive limestones in the coastal cliffs of North Wales and South Pembrokeshire, and the thick coal deposits of the South Wales and Wrexham coalfields, were laid down.

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Carboniferous Limestone Group CL | DINOloket

Carboniferous Limestone Group CL. Age The age of the group is Dinantian (Tournaisian and Visean). Depositional Setting The group is a marine deposit formed on a carbonate platform and its basinward slope. Subdivision Only one formation has been recognised in the Netherlands. Once more data become available on the basinal development...

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Carboniferous (Dinantian) | G.D. Sevastopulo | Request PDF

The overlying Lower Carboniferous (Dinantian) is dominated by carbonate rocks and the Upper Carboniferous (Silesian) is dominated by siliciclastic sedimentary rocks ( .

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