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Review of ascocerid cephalopods from the upper Silurian of the Prague Basin (Central Bohemia) – history of research and palaeobiogeographic relationships

References Aubrechtová, M., Meidla, T. (2016): The oldest ascocerid cephalopod from the Silurian of Estonia and notes on the biogeography of the order Ascocerida (class Cephalopoda). – Estonian Journal of Earth Sciences, 65(2): 98–104. https://doi.org/10.3176/earth.2016.07 Barrande, J. (1848): Eine weitere Sendung von Cephalopoden aus den silurischen Schichten von Böhmen (showed by F. Hauer). – Berichte über Mittheilungen von Freunden der Naturwissenschaften in Wien, 4: 208–211. Barrande, J. (1855a): Sur les Ascoceras . Prototype des

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Plant Diversity of The Mid Silurian (Lower Wenlock, Sheinwoodian) Terrestrial Vegetation Preserved in Marine Sediments from The Barrandian Area, The Czech Republic

References Boyce, C. K. (2008): How green was Cooksonia? The importance of size in understanding the early evolution of physiology in the vascular plant lineage. - Paleobiology, 34: 179-194. https://doi.org/10.1666/0094-8373(2008)034[0179:HGWCTI]2.0.CO;2 Chlupáč, I. (1987): Ecostratigraphy of Silurian trilobite assemblages of the Barrandian area. - Newsletters on Stratigraphy, 17: 169-186. https://doi.org/10.1127/nos/17/1987/169 Chlupáč, I., Havlíček, V., Kukal, Z., Kříž, J., Štorch, P. (1998): Palaeozoic of the

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Vitrinite equivalent reflectance of Silurian black shales from the Holy Cross Mountains, Poland

. Kozłowski, W., Domańska-Siuda, J., & Nawrocki, J. (2014). Geochemistry and petrology of the Upper Silurian greywackes from the Holy Cross Mountains (central Poland): implications for the Caledonian history of the southern part of the Trans-European Suture Zone (TESZ). Geological Quarterly, 58 (2), 311-336. DOI: 10.7306/gq.1160. Malec, J. (2000). Wstępne dane o przeobrażeniach termicznych materii organicznej w szarogłazach górnego syluru Gór Świętokrzyskich. Posiedzenia Naukowe Państwowego Instytutu Geologicznego, 56 , 109-111. Malec, J. (2006). Sylur w

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Graptolite turnover and δ13Corg excursion in the upper Wenlock shales (Silurian) of the Holy Cross Mountains (Poland)

References Bełka Z., Valverde-Vaquero P., Dörr W., Ahrendt H., Wemmer K., Franke W. & Schäfer J. 2002: Accretion of first Gondwana- derived terranes at the margin of Baltica. In: Winchester J.A., Pharaoh T.C. & Verniers J. (Eds.): Palaeozoic amalgamation of Central Europe. Geol. Soc. London, Spec. Publ. 201, 19–36. Bickert T., Pätzold J., Samtleben C. & Munnecke A. 1997: Paleoenvironmental changes in the Silurian indicated by stable isotopes in brachiopod shells from Gotland, Sweden. Geochim. Cosmochim. Acta 61, 2717–2730. Blain J.A., Ray D

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Stratigraphic correlation potential of magnetic susceptibility and gamma-ray spectrometric variations in calciturbiditic facies (Silurian-Devonian boundary, Prague Synclinorium, Czech Republic)

References Bábek O., Přikryl T. & Hladil J. 2007: Progressive drowning of carbonate platform in the Moravo-Silesian Basin (Czech Republic) before the Frasnian/Famenian event: facies, compositional variations and gamma-ray spectrometry. Facies 53, 293-316. Brocke R., Wilde V., Fatka O. & Mann U. 2002: Chitinozoa and acritarchs at the Silurian/Devonian boundary: Examples from the Barrandian area. In: Brock G. A. & Talent J. (Eds.): 1 st International Palaeontological Congress. Abstracts , Sydney, 192

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The late Silurian–Middle Devonian long-term eustatic cycle as a possible control on the global generic diversity dynamics of bivalves and gastropods

fossil record and molecular phylogenetics. Palaeontology 50, 23-40. Blodgett, R.B., Rohr, D.M. & Boucot, A.J., 1990. Early and Middle Devonian gastropod biogeography. [In:] W.S. McKerrow & C.R. Scotese (Eds): Palaeozoic Palaeogeography and Biogeography . Geological Society Memoir 12, 277-284. Calner, M., 2005a. Silurian carbonate platforms and extinction events - ecosystem changes exemplified from Gotland, Sweden. Facies 51, 584-591. Calner, M., 2005b. A Late Silurian extinction event and anachronistic period

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Little known Homerian (lower Silurian) graptolites from kosov quarry near Beroun, the Czech republic

Státního geologického ústavu Československé republiky, 7: 293–313. Bouček, B. (1934): Über ein neues interessantes Fossil ( Hallotheca n.g.) und eine neue Cyrtograptenart ( Cyrt. hemmanni n. sp.) aus dem thüringischen Silur. – Beiträge zur Geologie von Thüringen, 4: 87–92. Bouček, B., Münch, A. (1952): The Central European Retiolites of the Upper Wenlock and Ludlow. – Sborník Ústředního ústavu geologického, Oddíl paleontologický, 19: 1–151. Burns, V., Rickards, R. B. (1993): Silurian graptolite faunas of the Balbriggan Inlier, counties Dublin and

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Llandovery microfossils and microfacies of the Hýskov section, Prague Basin

References Beresi, M. S., Aceñolaza, G., Nieva, S. (2006): Cambro-Ordovician sponges and spicule assemblages from Northwest Argentina: new data from the siliciclastic platforms of western Gondwana. – Neues Jahrbuch für Geologie und Paläontologie, Monatshefte, 2006(7): 403–420. Bergman, C. F. (1995): Symmetroprion spatiosus (Hinde), a jawed polychaete showing preference for reef environments in the Silurian of Gotland. – GFF, 117: 143–150. https://doi.org/10.1080/11035899509546210 Botting, J. P. (2005): Exceptionally-preserved Middle

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Do the Available Data Permit Clarifcation of the Possible Dependence of Palaeozoic Brachiopod Generic Diversity Dynamics on Global Sea-Level Changes? A Viewpoint

References Aldridge, R.J., Jeppson, L. & Dorning, K.J., 1993. Early Silurian oceanic episodes and events. Journal of the Geological Society, London 150, 501–513. Benton, M.J., Dunhill, A.M., Lloyd, G.T. & Marx, F.G., 2011. Assessing the quality of the fossil record: in sights from vertebrates. [In:] McGowan, A.J. & Smith, A.B. (Eds): Comparing the Geological and Fossil Records: Implications for Biodiversity Studies. Geological Society, London, Special Publications 358, 63–94. Birks, H.J.B., Lotter, A.F., Juggins, S. & Smol, J.P. (Eds), 2012

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Palaeo-earthquake events during the late Early Palaeozoic in the central Tarim Basin (NW China): evidence from deep drilling cores

deformation of sediments. Chapman & Hall (London), 362 pp. Marco, S. & Agnon, A., 1995. Prehistoric earthquake deformations near Masada, Dead Sea graben. Geology 23, 695-698. McCalpin, J. (Ed.), 1996. Paleoseismology. Academic Press (New York), 382 pp. Miao, Q. & Fu, H., 2013. Sequence stratigraphy of the Silurian strata in the northern and central Tarim Basin. Sedimentary Geology and Tethyan Geology 33, 34-41 (in Chinese with English abstract). Mills, P.C., 1983. Genesis and diagnostic value of soft-sediment deformation structures - a review. Sedimentary

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