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Acritarchs from the Lower Cambrian Buen Formation in north Greenland
|Statement||Gonzalo Vidal and John S. Peel.|
|Series||Bulletin,, 164, Bulletin (Grønlands geologiske undersøgelse) ;, no. 164.|
|Contributions||Peel, John S.|
|LC Classifications||QE899.2.A37 V53 1993|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||35 p. :|
|Number of Pages||35|
|LC Control Number||95197394|
Indeed, the Lower Cambrian Chengjiang fauna is already rivalling it for fame and importance; and vital material has also come from the other of the “big three” Lower-Middle Cambrian lagerstätten, the Sirius Passet biota from Greenland. Whilst highly significant, these are not the only important data sources in the by: Palaeontology, stratigraphy and environmental setting of Middle Cambrian outer shelf deposits, North Greenland [J S Peel] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying : J S Peel. Acritarchs from the Lower Cambrian Buen Formation in North Greenland Vidal, G.; Peel, J.S. Litho- and biostratigraphy of the Lower Cambrian Yu'anshan Formation near the village of Ercaicun, Haikou County, eastern Yunnan Province. Stem group arthropods from the Lower Cambrian Sirius Passet fauna of North Greenland; pp. – [Google Scholar] Budd GE. Campanamuta mantonae gen. et sp. nov., an exceptionally preserved arthropod from the Sirius Passet Fauna (Buen Formation, lower Cambrian, North Greenland) J Syst Pal. ; – doi: /Cited by:
The newly examined Lower Cambrian strata in the Laisvall‐Storuman area, central Swedish Caledonides, yield diverse and stratigraphically significant phytoplanktic organic‐walled microfossils (acritarchs) associated with the olenellid trilobites of Holmia sp. that appear to be at the lowermost horizon ever recorded in the Caledonides. The acritarchs, recovered throughout the .
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Get this from a library. Acritarchs from the Lower Cambrian Buen Formation in north Greenland. [Gonzalo Vidal; John S Peel].
Acritarch from the Lower Cambrian Buen Formation in North Greenland Paperback – by Vidal, G Peel, J S (Author)Author: Vidal, G Peel, J S.
A total of 15 samples from the Lükati Formation was examined under the transmitted light and fluorescence microscopes.
Four of these samples and the sample GGU from the Lower Cambrian Buen Formation in North Greenland [for a detailed description see Vidal and Peel ()] were analyzed chemically.
The sample Ko from Estonia was separated using fluorescence flow Cited by: The source of the Sirius Passet fauna is an outcrop of the Lower Cambrian Buen Formation, located near J. Koch Fjord in Peary Land, central North Greenland (Text-ﬁgs 1–2).
It forms part of the Franklinian Basin succession of the Canadian Arctic Islands (Peel and Sønderholm, ); the intervalCited by: Preservation of a fragment of an arthropod from starved trough sediments of the Bøggild Fjord Formation (Ordovician, Floian) of Johannes V.
Jensen Land in north Peary Land, North Greenland. Marine shelf siliciclastics of the early Cambrian Buen Formation of North Greenland have yielded the earliest abundant, well localised Bradoriida (Arthropoda) from the Laurentian part of North America: the shelf-dwelling Petrianna gen.
nov. Petrianna apparently has a fairly rigid, phosphatic shell. Its assignment to the Cambriidae, a family markedly dissimilar morphologically from the phosphatocopines Cited by: The morphology and phylogenetic significance of Kerygmachela kierkegaardi Budd (Buen Formation, Lower Cambrian, N Greenland) Specimens of Kerygmachela kierkegaardi Budd are described, from the Lower Cambrian Sirius Passet fauna of N by: Blaker, M.R.
() A new genus of nevadiid trilobite from the Buen Formation (Early Cambrian) of Peary Land, central North Greenland. Rapport Grønlands geologiske Undersøgelse,Cited by: Buen Formation (Greenland) The Buen Formation is a geologic formation in the north of Greenland. The shale preserves fossils dating back to the Early Cambrian period (Atdabanian in the local timescale, about to Ma).Coordinates: 83°06′N 33°48′W / °N.
Vidal, G. and Peel, J. Acritarchs from the Lower Cambrian Buen Formation in North Greenland. Grønlands geologiske Undersøgelse Bulletin,Moczydlowska, M. and Vidal, G. Lower and Middle Cambrian acritarch-based biozonation of the Baltic Syneclise and adjacent areas (East European Platform)-a few remarks.
Additional chemical analyses of microfossils from the Lower Cambrian Buen Formation of North Greenland confirmed the presence of the dinoflagellate-related biomarkers at a second Early Cambrian.
Acritarch biostratigraphy of the Lower Cambrian and the Precambrian-Cambrian boundary in southeastern Poland. Fossils and Strata 1 – Moczydłowska, by: Articulated halkieriids from the Lower Cambrian of of North Greenland and their role in early protostome evolution.
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences 35 (4): J.S. Acritarchs from the Lower Cambrian Buen Formation in North Greenland. Grønlands Geologiske Undersøgelse, Bulletin Cited by: Vidal, G., and Peel, J. S.,Acritarchs from the Lower Cambrian Buen Formation in North Greenland, Grønlands Geologiske Undersøgelse Bulletin 1– Google Scholar Vidal, G., and Siedlecka, A.,Planktonic, acid-resistant microfossils from the Upper Proterozoic strata of the Barents Sea region of Varanger Peninsula, East Cited by: Locality map for the Buen Formation (Lower Cambrian, North Greenland) and the Sirius Passet Fauna (from Peel et al.after Bryant and Pickerill ).
GEOLOGICAL SETTING. Dinoflagellates are single-celled organisms that Acritarchs from the Lower Cambrian Buen Formation in north Greenland book the ecological conditions in modern oceans and lakes.
Ultrastructural data and molecular phylogeny suggest that they originated in the Neoproterozoic, yet dinoflagellate ancestors are classified only to the Middle Triassic (∼ million years ago).
Examination of dinoflagellate-specific biological markers (dinosteranes and 4α-methyl Cited by: Trace fossils from the lower Cambrian KlOftelv Formation, Ella O, North-East Greenland. Relatively large burrows with crudely-developed spreiten, some arranged in a zig-zag pattern, occur in the Kløftelv Formation, Ella ø, North-East Greenland.
Definition. Acritarchs were originally defined as non-acid soluble (i.e. non-carbonate, non-siliceous) organic-walled microfossils consisting of a central cavity, and whose biological affinities cannot be determined with commonly they are composed of thermally altered acid insoluble carbon compounds ().Acritarchs may include the remains of a wide range of quite different kinds Domain: Eukaryota.
The lowest unit of direct relevance to the present study is the Trout Brook Formation, estimated to be at least m thick (Hutchinson, ), which consists of cleaved shale and siltstone, with, towards the top, intercalations of thin beds of g,Landing, proposed abandoning the term Trout Brook in favour of Manuals River Formation from eastern Newfoundland, Cited by: ().
Acritarchs from the Buen Formation (Lower Cambrian), North Greenland. Grønlands Geologiske Undersøgelse, (). Acritarchs from the Cambrian-Ordovician boundary beds. at Tõnismägi, Tallinn, North Estonia. ().Author: Brian E Pedder.
The Lower Cambrian Sirius Passet fauna from Peary Land, North Greenland, is a rich repository of soft-bodied and poorly-sclerotised fossils. A new arthropod from the fauna, Kleptothule rasmusseni, is animal is broadly trilobite-like, possessing a trilobed exoskeleton which is divided into distinct cephalic, thoracic and caudal by: Acritarchs have been isolated from glauconite clay samples of the Lower Cambrian Lükati Formation collected from the surface succession in the Kopli quarry in by: Six new acritarch taxa are described from Lower Cambrian deposits in the Lublin Slope of the East European Platform in southeastern Poland.
Four of them, Comasphaeridium agglutinatumComasphaeridium formosumComasphaeridium velvetum and Pterospermella velata are derived from rocks belonging to the lowermost Cambrian—Platysolenites by: The lower Cambrian Lagerstätte of Sirius Passet, Peary Land, North Greenland, is one of the oldest of the Phanerozoic exceptionally preserved biotas.
The Lagerstätte evidences the escalation of numbers of new body plans and life modes that formed the basis for a modern, functionally tiered ecosystem. The fauna is dominated by predators, infaunal, benthic and pelagic, and the presence of Cited by: 2.
New information on acritarchs from the Duolbagáisá Formation, Digermulen Peninsula, Arctic Norway, enable recognition of the three Cambrian Series 2 acritarch-based zones: the Skiagia ornata. Abstract. Preservation of a fragment of an arthropod from starved trough sediments of the Bøggild Fjord Formation (Ordovician, Floian) of Johannes V.
Jensen Land in north Peary Land, North Greenland, recalls that of the lower Cambrian Sirius Passet Lagerstätte of extreme north-west Peary Land and may suggest a second locality for exceptional preservation in North : John S.
Peel, Sebastian Willman, Stig A. Schack Pedersen. The early Cambrian (ca. Ma) Sirius Passet Lagerstätte of North Greenland is one of the most celebrated sites bearing fossils of soft-bodied organisms, and provides key insights into the Cambrian explosion of animal life.
Unlike the younger Burgess Shale ( Ma), the Sirius Passet biota does not preserve original carbonaceous material because of its history of metamorphic by: 5.
The lower contact of the Upper Cambrian Kurchavinskaya Formation is also conformable. At this boundary the grey limestone of the topmost part of the Universitetskaya Formation is replaced by dark foliated shales intercalated with thin dark-grey siltstone layers in the lower part of the Kurchavinskaya by: The Nature and Limitations of the Record.
Stratigraphic and Geochronometric time interval considered here is – Ma; that is, the latest Paleoproterozoic Eon to the end of the Early Cambrian Period (Figure 1 and Table 1).U-Pb dates on accessory minerals in volcanic rocks of known relationship to fossiliferous strata are limited for this interval—but then, such data are Author: Walter M.
Fitch, Francisco J. Ayala. The marine offshore shelf mudstones of the Early Cambrian Buen Formation at Sirius Passet, North Greenland, contain a rich Konservat-Lagerstätte which includes abundant well-preserved material of the bivalved arthropod Isoxys volucris new species. The new material confirms Isoxys Walcott, as a component of the earliest arthropod faunas worldwide.
Malinky, J.M. and Skovsted, C.B. Hyoliths and small shelly fossils from the Lower Cambrian of North−East Green− land. Acta Palaeontologica Polonica 49 (4): – The hyolith assemblage from the Lower Cambrian Bastion Formation of North−East Greenland is significant in that it contains several hyolith taxa that possess traits of.
Buenellus higginsi is an average size (about 5 centimetres or inches) trilobite, which lived during the Lower Cambrian period, in what is now North-West is a prominent member of the Sirius Passet fauna.
Buenellus higginsi is the only known species in Kingdom: Animalia. Type horizon: Lower part of the Buen Formation (lower Cambrian, provisional Series 2, Stage 3), equivalent to the Nevadella Zone of North American usage.
Material.—The holotype and MGUH –,Diagnosis.—Palaeoscolecidan with introvert and trunk in two regions. Introvert with dense array of simple by: The Sirius Passet fauna is apparently of lower diversity than other Cambrian BST Lagerstätten (Gaines, ) and distinct through its absence of macro‐algae (a feature only shared with the early Cambrian Emu Bay Lagerstätte) (Ivantsov et al., ), which presumably reflects a deeper, sub‐photic zone by: 6.
The Lower Cambrian Buen Formation is composed of tidally influenced and storm-derived sandstones that pass upward into lower-energy, deeper-water mudstones. Northward, toward the slope, the formation passes into more ubiquitous mudstone facies, and, at the shelf-slope break, black and green outer-shelf mudstones give way to the variegated.
Aaveqaspis is a genus of small (about centimetres or inch long) marine arthropods of unclear affiliation, that lived during the early Cambrian period. Fossil remains of Aaveqaspis were collected from the Lower Cambrian Sirius Passet fossil-Lagerstätte of North Greenland.
Aaveqaspis looks like a soft eyeless trilobite with a weakly defined axis, a headshield (or cephalon) with stubby Class: incertae sedis. “The occurrence of dinoflagellate-related steranes was also observed in the extracts and kerogen pyrolysates of two additional samples from the Lower Cambrian Buen Formation in North Greenland and the upper Riphean Visingo Beds (lower part) from Sweden.
The segment of the basin exposed in North Greenland is approximately km long and has a maximum preserved north-south width of km. The thickness of the sedimentary column reaches about 8 km; the main part of the succession is of Cambrian-Silurian age, but it may extend down into the latest Precambrian and up into the earliest Devonian.
(English) In: TRANSACTIONS OF THE ROYAL SOCIETY OF EDINBURGH-EARTH SCIENCES, Vol. 89, p. Article, book review (Other scientific) Published Abstract [en] Specimens of Kerygmnchela kierkegaardi Budd are described, from the Lower Cambrian Sirius Passet fauna of N Greenland. Stratigraphic and Geochronometric time interval considered here is – Ma; that is, the latest Paleoproterozoic Eon to the end of the Early Cambrian Period (Figure 1 and Table 1).U-Pb dates on accessory minerals in volcanic rocks of known relationship to fossiliferous strata are limited for this interval—but then, such data are also limited for younger Paleozoic fossils.
During the early Cambrian, Sirius Passet lay on the northern margin of Laurentia, at a palaeolatitude of around 15° S (Cocks & Torsvik ).This segment of the Greenland–Canada margin is commonly referred to as the Franklinian Basin (Higgins et al.
; Trettin et al. ); it accommodates a succession of Ediacaran–Devonian age extending from Kronprins Christian Land in eastern North Cited by: 2.Acritarchs were also described from the lower part Buenellus higginsi is known only from the Sirius Passet Lagerstätte in the lower portion of the Buen Formation of North Greenland (Blaker and Peel, ; Babcock and Peel, Cambrian of North Greenland: Memoirs of the Association of Australasian Palaeontologists, v.
34Cited by: 2.Buenaspis is a genus of small (between 1 centimetre ( in) and 3 centimetres ( in) long) marine arthropods in the family Liwiidae, that lived during the early Cambrian period. Fossil remains of Buenaspis were collected from the Lower Cambrian Sirius Passet Lagerstätte of North Greenland.
Buenaspis looks like a soft eyeless has a headshield (or cephalon) slightly larger than Kingdom: Animalia.