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Ordovician Stratigraphy and Index Fossils of China [Chinese]

By: Zhang Yuandong(Editor)
575 pages, b/w photos, colour illustrations
Ordovician Stratigraphy and Index Fossils of China [Chinese]
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  • Ordovician Stratigraphy and Index Fossils of China [Chinese] ISBN: 9787308198400 Hardback Jul 2020 Not in stock: Usually dispatched within 1-2 months
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Language: Chinese

This book brings together a group of experts in Ordovician (485-444 milliong years ago) stratigraphy and palaeontology research in China, covering palaeontology, biostratigraphy, petrostratigraphy, chronostratigraphy, chemical stratigraphy, event stratigraphy, quantitative stratigraphy, ecological stratigraphy, sedimentary science, sedimentary geochemistry and other disciplines. A total of 175 fossil plates are collected in this book, including 33 graptolites, 17 conodonts, 37 brachiopods, 19 trilobites, 25 cephalopods, 15 chitinoids, and 9 suspected sources, 8 radiolarians, 9 corals, and 3 foraminifera. Except for corals and stratoforaminae, which were mainly limited to the Late Ordovician, other phyla basically covered the entire Ordovician and formed a multi-phylum biostratigraphic sequence throughout the Ordovician from different perspectives of biological belts, biological communities, and biological assemblages.

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By: Zhang Yuandong(Editor)
575 pages, b/w photos, colour illustrations
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