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The Jurassic of the Circum-Pacific

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  • Date Published: September 2005
  • availability: Available
  • format: Paperback
  • isbn: 9780521019927

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  • In this work, 60 specialists come together to discuss the regional occurrences of Jurassic rocks. The tectonic setting, stratigraphical sequences, and fossil assemblages of Jurassic rocks are covered in detail; regional biozones based on palynonorphs, protistans, plants and invertebrates are defined, and super-regional standard zones based on ammonites are established. Numerous tables are used to document and illustrate intra- and inter-continental circum-Pacific correlations, and a large atlas illustrates more than 1,000 circum-Pacific index and guide fossils. Resulting from International Geological Correlation Programme Project 171, not only is this the first comprehensive synthesis of Jurassic geology and palaeontology, but it is in fact the only one of its kind for any geological system. This book will prove indispensable to academic geologists, palaeontologists and stratigraphers interested in the Jurassic period.

    • Contributions from 60 top specialists
    • Numerous tables are used to document and illustrate intra- and inter-continental circum-Pacific correlations
    • Includes a large atlas illustrating more than 1,000 circum-Pacific index and guide fossils
    • The first comprehensive synthesis of Jurassic geology and palaeontology
    • Unique: the only one of its kind for any geological system
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    • Date Published: September 2005
    • format: Paperback
    • isbn: 9780521019927
    • length: 692 pages
    • dimensions: 299 x 210 x 36 mm
    • weight: 1.64kg
    • contains: 277 b/w illus.
    • availability: Available
  • Table of Contents

    Introduction
    Part I. Time Scales:
    1. Numerical time scale in 1989
    2. Magnetic polarity time scale
    Part II. Circum-Pacific Base Map:
    3. Reconstruction of the circum-Pacific region
    Part III. Regional Geology and Stratigraphy:
    4. Western Canada and United States
    5. Meso-America
    6. Western South America
    7. Australasia
    8. Indonesia
    9. Southeast Asia and Japan
    10. Eastern China
    11. Eastern Soviet Union
    Part IV. Chronostratigraphy, Index and Guide Fossils:
    12. Ammonite zones of the circum-Pacific region
    13. Palynomorphs in the circum-Pacific region
    14. Radiolarian biozones of North America and Japan
    15. Ostracods of western Canada
    16. Bivalve zones and assemblages of the circum-Pacific region
    17. Belemnites of the Southwest Pacific
    Part V. Biogeography:
    18. Macroflora of eastern Asia and other circum-Pacific regions
    19. Ostracods and foraminifers of western interior North America
    20. Ostracods of China
    21. Corals of the circum-Pacific region
    22. Brachiopods of the western Pacific
    23. Belemnites of the circum-Pacific region
    24. Ammonites of the circum-Pacific region
    25. Fish of the circum-Pacific region
    26. Marine reptiles of the circum-Pacific region
    27. Climate and oceanography of the Pacific region
    Part VI. Atlas of Index and Guide Fossils.

  • Editor

    Gerd E. G. Westermann, McMaster University, Ontario

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