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Fauna, biostratigraphy, facies and paleontologic evolution of the late Jurassic-Early Cretaceous formations int he Bakony Mountains (Transdanubian Range, Hungary)

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Sorozat GeoLitera
Szerző Főzy István
Cím Fauna, biostratigraphy, facies and paleontologic evolution of the late Jurassic-Early Cretaceous formations int he Bakony Mountains (Transdanubian Range, Hungary)
Kiadó SZTE TTIK Földrajzi és Földtani Tanszékcsoport
Kiadás éve 2022
Terjedelem 476 oldal
Formátum Album, keménytáblás
ISBN 978 963 306 851 9
Eredeti ár:
14.000 Ft

This monograph summarizes our current knowledge ont the richly fossiliferous Upper Jurassic-Lower Cretaceous formations of the Bakony trought the work of 22 authors from seven countries. The first part of the volume is about the geology and stratigraphy of the studied 18 sections, and the secondpart comprises the paleontological descriptions of the main fossil groups studied, including radiolarians, calpionellids, ostracods, corals, bivalves, gastropods, ammonites, belemnites, brachiopods, crinoids and fish.

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This monograph summarizes our current knowledge ont the richly fossiliferous Upper Jurassic-Lower Cretaceous formations of the Bakony trought the work of 22 authors from seven countries. The first part of the volume is about the geology and stratigraphy of the studied 18 sections, and the secondpart comprises the paleontological descriptions of the main fossil groups studied, including radiolarians, calpionellids, ostracods, corals, bivalves, gastropods, ammonites, belemnites, brachiopods, crinoids and fish.

Our aim was to give a comprehensive, picture about the large fossil material which was piled up by our predecessors over the last 150 years, and which remained – at least partly –, largely untouched in museums and storehouses. Studies of the macro- and microfauna and the nannofossils, provided a basis for revised, high-resolution biostratrigraphic framework. Biostratigraphic data were integrated with outcrop-scale structural geological observations, magnetostratigraphic results and geochemical analysis, including stable isotope and elemental geochemistry, leading to a comprehensive model of Late Jurassic to Early Cretaceous paleoenvironment and sedimentary basin evolution of the region.

These data may contribute substantially to the better understanding of the Mesozoic evolution of the south-eastern part of the Transdanubian Range.

Since the base of the Cretaceous still lacks the Golden Spike, i.e. the formal designation of the Global Boundary Stratotype Section and Point (GSSP), our results may contribute also towards the definition of the last missing system boundary of the global geochronological table.

SZTE TTIK Földrajzi és Földtani Tanszékcsoport, 2022.

GeoLitera–sorozat

Szerkesztette: Főzy István

Sorozatszerkesztő: Pál-Molnár Elemér