|Statement||by J. B. Waterhouse.|
|Series||University of Queensland papers, Dept. of Geology ; v. 7, no. 2, Papers (University of Queensland. Dept. of Geology) ;, v. 7, no. 2.|
|LC Classifications||QE340 .P36 vol. 7, no. 2, QE730 .P36 vol. 7, no. 2|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xv, 232 p. :|
|Number of Pages||232|
|LC Control Number||77368584|
World correlations for Permian marine faunas. By J. B. (John Bruce) Waterhouse. Download PDF (27 MB) Topics: Paleontology -- Permian, Geology, Stratigraphic -- Permian, Stratigraphic correlation Author: J. B. (John Bruce) Waterhouse. Permian Gondwanan correlations: the significance of the western Australian marine Permian Sakmarian brachiopod faunas have been described by Archbold (, a) and their ages summarised (Archbold, a). The Late Artinskian Echinalosia prideri Zone may be present in the Noonkanbah Formation (Archbold, a) but it is by no means by: Report on the activities of the Late Carboniferous – Permian – Early Triassic Nonmarine-Marine Correlation Working Group for and Article (PDF Available) . According to the changes in the composition and diversity of the Permian rugose corals, a changeover event might have occurred at the end-Sakmarian and is characterized by the mixed Pennsylvanian and Permian faunas to typical Permian faunas, probably related to a .
At Gondwana Five, Wellington, New Zealand, , the relationship of the Permian Peninsular and Himalayan India fauna and flora was explored. The authors concluded that Peninsular India could not have been far from southern Asia during the by: Permian Brachiopod Correlations for South-East Asia J. B. WATERHOUSE! Abstract: Permain Fusulinacea, Brachiopoda, and Ammonoidea from various parts of South-east Asia, incl uding Burma, Cambodia, Indonesia, Malaysia, Laos, Thailand and Vietnam are correlated with world standard sequences in the Urals, Russian platform and. Introduction Permian brachiopod faunas from the intracratonic basins of Western Australia (Fig. 1) are well known for their diversity, abundance and general provincial re- lationships (Teichert, ; Thomas, ; Archbold and Thomas, a).Cited by: Correlations of the Permian sequences for sixteen regions of north eastern Gondwana during the Permian are presented in this review. These correlations are compared with Permian sequences of the Australian continent. Broad conclusions on palaeoclimatic change and tectonic events are summarised for six time intervals of the Permian Period. />The Asselian .
Encyclopedia of Australian Science: John Waterhouse became Professor of Stratigraphy and Palaeontology at the University of Queensland in He has published in the field of Permian marine faunas. Geologist;. A NEW SPECIES OF TORNQUISTIA (BRACHIOPODA: CHONETIDINA) FROM THE ARTINSKIAN (PERMIAN) OF WESTERN AUSTRALIA By N. W. Archbold Department of Geology, University of Melbourne, Parkville, Victoria, Abstract The new species Tornquista gregoryi, from the late Baigendzinian (late Artinskian) Wandagee For- mation of the Carnarvon . 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 Cited by: 4. See Article History. Permian Period, in geologic time, the last period of the Paleozoic Era. The Permian Period began million years ago and ended million years ago, extending from the close of the Carboniferous Period to the outset of the Triassic Period.