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Malayan lower Carboniferous fossils and their bearing on the Visean palaeogeography of Asia
Helen M. Muir-Wood
|Statement||by Helen Margaret [sic] Muir-Wood. With contributions by W. N. Edwards [and others]|
|Contributions||British Museum (Natural History). Dept. of Geology.|
|LC Classifications||QE672 .M8|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii, 118 p.|
|Number of Pages||118|
|LC Control Number||gs 49000210|
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COVID Notice Please read our notice regarding COVID (Coronavirus). Muir-Wood H. () Malayan Lower Carboniferous Fossils and Their Bearing on the Visean Palaeogeography of Asia. British Museum (Natural History) London, pp. 1– Lower Triassic conodonts are reported from limestones, interpreted as a possible submarine slump, exposed along the new Kuala Lipis - Gua Musang highway, northwest Pahang, Peninsular Malaysia.
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territory. Distribution of fossil flora and fauna. The study of fossil remains of paleofauna was carried out in field period within the - paleontological monument Mukri. According to the geological studies of outcrops, which were subjected to the study belong to the Visean and Tournaisian tiers lower and middle Carboniferous.
Detailed sampling of limestones from the Mobarak Formation at the Abrendan and Abnak measured sections in the eastern and central Alborz Mountains, northern Iran, yielded a diverse assemblage of Tournaisian – Lower Visean (Mississippian/Lower Carboniferous) calcareous microfossils (foraminifers, algae, incertae sedis).The Abrendan locality contains Tournaisian foraminifers in the upper part.Malayan lower carboniferous fossils and their bearing on the visean palaeogeography of Asia.
With contributions by W. N. Edwards, K. P. Oakley, Stanley Smith, and C. J. Stubblefield.The territory of China is divided into three biogeographic provinces-South, Middle and North—mainly on the basis of the Permo-Carboniferous macrofossils, such as the land floras and the marine invertebrates (fusulinids, brachiopods, and corals).
The biotas of these provinces were both isolated and interconnected. The distribution pattern permits certain conclusions on the palaeoclimate.