2 edition of Palynology of the Cenomanian of Bathurst Island, Northern Territory, Australia found in the catalog.
Palynology of the Cenomanian of Bathurst Island, Northern Territory, Australia
M. S. Norvick
Bibliography: p. 155-165.
|Statement||by M.S. Norvick and D. Burger.|
|Series||BMR Bulletin -- 151|
|Contributions||Burger, D., Australia. Bureau of Mineral Resources, Geology and Geophysics.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||169 p., 34 leaves of plates :|
|Number of Pages||169|
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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Norvick, M. Palynology of the Cenomanian of Bathurst Island, Northern Territory, Australia. Canberra: Australian Govt The Bathurst Island Group represents a sedi- ment package which is directly related to a major Aptian-Turonian sea-level cycle.
It is widely dis- tributed across northern Australia (see Fig. 1), cropping out extensively on Bathurst and Melville islands, the Cobourg Peninsula and in the Darwin region (Hughes, ). Wingate,F.H. Palynology of the Denton Shale (Lower Cretaceous), of southeastern Oklahoma.
Late Albian: Cenomanian: Australia(Queensland) Playford,G. et al. A Middle Cretaceous microfossil assemblage from the Great Artesian Basin, Northwestern Queensland.
Norvick,M.S. et al. Palynology of the Cenomanian of Bathurst Island, Northern ?dir=asc&order=PALYDATE&page=3. Bathydrilus ampliductus Ersus, is recorded for the first time since it was originally described from Australia's Northern Territory.
Discover the world's research 16+ million members REFERENCES. Archangelsky, S., Comparative ultrastructure of three Early Cretaceous gymnosperm pollen grains: Araucariacites, Balmeiopsis and Callialasporites Australia book Tupuangi Formation succession exposed at Waihere Bay is almost entirely Cenomanian in age and all the fossil localities reported herein are from these Cenomanian strata (Fig.
1C). Haig, ). Palynology of the Cenomanian of Bathurst Island, Northern Territory, Australia: Standard curves Palynology of the Cenomanian of Bathurst Island interpretation of magnetic anomalies due to thin dykes of finite depth extent: Late Cambrian and early Ordovician trilobites from the Burke River structural belt, Western Queensland, Australia The Mulichinco Formation represents one of the main gas producer unit in the Neuquén Basin and particularly, an improvement in its reservoir qualities are mostly indicated in subsurface for its upper section.
Because the economic importance of this interval, sedimentological and palynological analysis were made on deposits from outcrops of the upper section of the unit, located at the Memoirs of the Queensland Mus Cook, A.G.
A review of the gastropods Burdekinia Knight and Amphelissa Etheridge Memoirs of the Queensland Mus Stilwell, J.D.
and Henderson, R.A. Paleobiology of a rare Cenomanian molluscan faunule from Bathurst Island, northern :// Norvick MS, Burger D () Palynology of the Cenomanian of Bathurst Island, Northern Territory, Australia.
Bulletin of the Bureau of Mineral Resources, Geology and Geophysics, Australia R.J. HughesBathurst Island and Melville Island, Northern Territory Explanatory NotesGeol. Ser. Sheets SC/; SC/, Int. Index () Google Scholar Bathurst Island lies north of Darwin, Northern Territory, Australia.
It measures km2 Cenomanian marine argillaceous sediments are exposed in cliffs at the south coast, and were first reported and diagnosed to be of Cretaceous age by Daily in Molluscs collected from various outcrop localities were dated mid- to late Cenomanian by A new ophiuroid from Upper Cretaceous strata of Bathurst Island, Northern Territory: / Water supply: Bathurst Island Mission: / Report on the symposium of the International Association of Scientific Hydrology (I.A.S.H.) on 'Groundwater in the arid zones' held at Athens 11th to 21st October, / Norvick, M.S., Mid-Cretaceous microplankton from Bathurst Island.
In: Norvick, M.S. and Burger, D., Palynology of the Cenomanian of Bathurst Island, Northern ,_ Stilwell, Jeffrey, and Henderson, Robert A. () Description and paleobiogeographic significance of a rare cenomanian molluscan faunule from Bathurst Island, Northern Australia.
Journal of Oxygen and carbon isotope ratios are reported from exceptionally well preserved, early Late Cretaceous (Cenomanian) aragonitic mollusks (ammonites, bivalves, gastropods) from the Moonkinu Formation exposed on the southern coast of Bathurst Island, northern :// Palynology of the Cenomanian of Bathurst Island, Northern Territory, Australia.
Department of Minerals and Energy, Bureau of Mineral Resources, Geology and Geophysics () Belongs to Herkosporites according to M. Norvick and D. Burger ?a=taxonInfo&taxon_no= Full reference: M. Norvick and D. Burger. Palynology of the Cenomanian of Bathurst Island, Northern Territory, Australia.
Department of Minerals and Energy, Bureau of Mineral Resources, Geology and Geophysics () Belongs to Camarozonosporites according to M. Norvick and D. Burger Sister taxa: Camarozonosporites ambigens, Camarozonosporites amplus, Camarozonosporites ?a=taxonInfo&taxon_no= from two Cenomanian sections from Bathurst Island, Northern Territory, Australia.
These sections include H. drficile, Endoceratiwn spp., B. jaegeri and Litosphaeridium siphoniphorwn. The chronostrati- graphy is well documented. Kennedy () indicated a mid-Cenoma- nian age for ammonites from an adjacent cliff section and Burger (:// Kansas Geological Survey, Current Research in Earth Sciences, Bulletinpart 2 Prev Page--Palynostratigraphy and Correlation.
Conclusions. An update on the palynostratigraphy of the Dakota Formation is presented, identifying four distinctive Albian-Cenomanian palynostratigraphic zones in the areas of Iowa, Nebraska, and.
The Cretaceous Dakota Formation in the areas of Kansas, Nebraska, and Iowa contains a rich and well-preserved microflora of fossil palynomorphs. A comprehensive listing of these taxa is presented in this publication as part of a continuing effort to develop a refined biostratigraphic scheme for mid-Cretaceous terrestrial deposits in North ://Abstract.
A sequence of nine, plant-macrofossil-bearing horizons has been recognized in the Lower Oligocene from the Isle of Wight, England.
The plant fossils are contained in finely laminated, olive-brown to black silty-clays and ://Norvick, M.S., Burger, D. Stratigraphic palynology of the Cenomanian of Bathurst Island, Northern Territory, Australia. IN Palynology of the Cenomanian of Bathurst Island, Northern Territory, Australia Bureau of Mineral Resources, Australia.
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