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Atlas of Trace Fossils The Recognition of Common Trace Fossils in Outcrop and Cores

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By: George Pemberton, James A MacEachern, Murray Gingras and Kerrie Bann
Publisher: Elsevier
Atlas of Trace Fossils
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  • Atlas of Trace Fossils ISBN: 9780444532329 Paperback Feb 2016 Publication cancelled #182832
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About this book

Primary audience: Petroleum geologists and palaeontologists Secondary auudience: The subject matter will appeal to researchers in sedimentologist, stratigraphy, and sedimentary geochemistry.

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Individual sections of the book would cover the following subjects: A) General Concepts of Ichnology: B) Ichnofacies Summaries: The Unifying Concept in Ichnology Continental Ichnofacies Marine Softground Ichnofacies Substrate-Specific Ichnofacies C) Individual Ichnogenera Photographic Atlas Dwelling Burrows: Deposit-Feeding Burrows Grazing Burrows Resting Traces Escape Structures Root Structures Cryptic bioturbation D) Ichnological summary pages for the recognition of facies associations representative of: Fluvial Systems Lacustrine Environments Deltas: River-and Wave-Influenced Non-Deltaic (Strandplain) Shorefaces Incised Valleys (including estuaries) Brackish Bays Deep-Water environments E) Ichnological applications and implications for high-resolution sequence stratigraphic frameworks F) Reservoir Ichnology

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Cancelled
By: George Pemberton, James A MacEachern, Murray Gingras and Kerrie Bann
Publisher: Elsevier
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