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Biostratigraphy and paleoecology of the Burdigalian-Serravallian sediments in Wadi Sudr (Gulf of Suez, Egypt): comparison with the Central Paratethys evolution

-138. Abels H.A., Hilgen F.J., Krijgsman W., Kruk R.W., Raffi I., Turco E. & Zachariasse W.J. 2005: Long-period orbital control on middle Miocene global cooling: Integrated stratigraphy and astronomical tuning of the Blue Clay Formation on Malta. Paleoceanography 20, 11. Abul-Naser R.A. & Salama G.R. 1999: Paleoecology and depositional environments of the Miocene rocks in western Sinai Egypt. Middle East Res. Center Ain Shams Univ. Earth Sci. Ser. 13, 92-134. Andrawis S. & Abdelmalik W. 1981: Lower/Middle Miocene

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Paleoecology of the Upper Eocene-Lower Oligocene Malcov Basin based on the calcareous nannofossils: a case study of the Leluchów section (Krynica Zone, Magura Nappe, Polish Outer Carpathians)

, Umbrian Apennines, Italy. Geol. Soc. Amer. Bull. 119, 3, 413-427. Krhovský J. 1981a: Stratigraphy and paleoecology of the Menilitic Formation of the Ždánice Unit and the diatomites of the Pouzdřany Unit (the Western Carpathians, Czechoslovakia). Zemní Plyn Nafta 26, 1, 45-62 (in Czech). Krhovský J. 1981b: Microbiostratigraphic correlations in the Outer Flysch Units of the southern Moravia and influence of the eustasy on their palaeogeographical development. Zemní Plyn Nafta 26, 4, 665-688, 955

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Biostratigraphy and paleoecology of the Lower Cretaceous sediments in the Outer Western Carpathians (Silesian Unit, Czech Republic)

Biostratigraphy and paleoecology of the Lower Cretaceous sediments in the Outer Western Carpathians (Silesian Unit, Czech Republic)

Almost black shale filling fissures in the Štramberk Limestone belonging to the Silesian Unit, Outer Western Carpathians contain prolific and poorly to moderately well preserved spores, pollen, organic-walled dinoflagellate cysts, foraminifers, and calcareous nannofossils. A detailed micropaleontological analysis of the proved stratigraphical interval from the Valanginian to the Albian indicated sedimentary conditions of brackish, restricted marine, shallow-marine and neritic sedimentation. Moreover, it drew attention to occasional influence from the Boreal province in the depositional area of the NW part of Tethys, especially during the Early Valanginian and Hauterivian, as supported by the presence of highlatitude nannofossils and organic-walled dinoflagellate cysts. Terrestrial miospores form a significant component of palynoassemblages and give evidence of continent proximity in the Valanginian-Barremian interval. Samples were acquired from isolated fissure fills in the Štramberk Limestone and, therefore, they do not represent a continuous section.

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Calcareous nannofossils of the Jurassic/Cretaceous boundary strata in the Puerto Escano section (southern Spain) — biostratigraphy and palaeoecology

: Problems with proxies? Cautionary tales of calcareous nannofossil paleoenvironmental indicators. Mar. Micropaleontol. 51, 4, 333 - 343. Lees J.A., Bown P.R. & Young J.R. 2006: Photic zone palaeoenvironments of the Kimmeridge Clay Formation (Upper Jurassic, UK) suggested by calcareous nannoplankton palaeoecology. Palaeogeogr. Palaeoclimatol. Palaeoecol. 235, 110-134. Lowery Ch.M., Corbett M.J., Leckie R.M., Watkins D., Miceli Romero A. & Pramudito A. 2014: Foraminiferal and nannofossil paleoecology and paleoceanography of the Cenomanian

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Palaeobiology, palaeoecology and stratigraphic significance of the Late Miocene cockle Lymnocardium soproniense from Lake Pannon

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Fossil flora of Middle Jurassic Grojec clays (southern Poland). Raciborski’s original material reinvestigated and supplemented. II. Pteridophyta. Osmundales

. Rev. Palaeobot. Palynol., 103: 209-221. BARBACKA M., ZIAJA J. & WCISŁO-LURANIEC E. 2010. Taxonomy and palaeoecology of the Early Jurassic macroflora from Odrowąż, central Poland. Acta Geol. Pol., 60(3): 373-392. BARBACKA M., PACYNA G., FELDMAN-OLSZEWSKA A., ZIAJA J. & BODOR E. 2014a. Triassic- Jurassic flora of Poland; floristical support of climatic changes. Acta Geolog. Pol., 64(3): 281-308. DOI: 0.2478/agp-2014-0015 BARBACKA M., BODOR E., JARZYNKA A., KUSTATSCHER E., PACYNA G., POPA M.E., SCANU G.G., THÉVENARD F

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Hippopotamodon erymanthius (Suidae, Mammalia) from Mahmutgazi, Denizli-Çal Basin, Turkey

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Late Neogene and Pleistocene Porgy Fishes (Teleostei, Sparidae) of the Eastern Paratethys, with Comments on their Palaeoecology

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The present paper deals with results of the study of porgy fish (Sparidae) remains from the upper Miocene, lower and upper Pliocene, and the lower Pleistocene of Ukraine. Isolated molariform teeth were assigned to Pagrus cinctus, Pagrus sp., as well as to Sparidae? gen. et sp. indet. These findings expand our knowledge of the species composition of the Late Cenozoic fish assemblages of Southeastern Europe and force partially reconsider conclusions formulated earlier about their environment.

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Early Miocene ostracods from the Sadovi section (Mt Požeška gora, Croatia)

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Early Cretaceous flora from the Pranhita-Godavari Basin (east coast of India): taxonomic, taphonomic and palaeoecological considerations

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