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  1. The origin process of manganese ores remains unsolved worldwide. Exploring the origins of stromatolites that contain manganese may be a key to deciphering the sedimentary environments and metallogenic processe...

    Authors: Yi Zhang, Jian Li, Long Chen, Yi Wei, Qiang Shi, Dong-Ge Wang, Qing-Ming Wu, Liao-Yuan Song, Meng Tian, Hong-Wei Kuang, Yong-Qing Liu, Kaarel Mänd, Hua-Qing Bai, Zi-Liang Liu, Yu-Chong Wang, Da-Wei Qiao…

    Citation: Journal of Palaeogeography 2021 10:22

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  2. The source-to-sink system of the northern South China Sea (SCS) has been widely discussed during the past few decades. Sr–Nd isotope, clay minerals and trace elements were extensively used as the proxies of se...

    Authors: Zhe Hu, Bao-Qi Huang, Le-Jun Liu and Na Wang

    Citation: Journal of Palaeogeography 2021 10:21

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  3. The mineralogy, bulk sediment geochemical composition, and U–Pb ages of detrital zircons retrieved from the Barra del Tordo (Tordo) and Tesoro beach sediments in the northwestern Gulf of Mexico were analyzed t...

    Authors: Mayla A. Ramos-Vázquez and John S. Armstrong-Altrin

    Citation: Journal of Palaeogeography 2021 10:20

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  4. Results of our study based on examination of induced precipitation of carbonate by a cyanobacterium, Lyngbya in the laboratory, and the analyses of microphotographs of both modern and ancient microbial carbonates...

    Authors: Ya-Sheng Wu, Hong-Xia Jiang, Ying Li and Gong-Liang Yu

    Citation: Journal of Palaeogeography 2021 10:19

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  5. The global brachiopod palaeobiogeography of the Mississippian is divided into three realms, six regions, and eight provinces, while that of the Pennsylvanian is divided into three realms, six regions, and nine...

    Authors: Ning Li, Cheng-Wen Wang, Pu Zong and Yong-Qin Mao

    Citation: Journal of Palaeogeography 2021 10:18

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  6. The Jiaguan Formation and the underlying Feitianshan Formation (Lower Cretaceous) in Sichuan Province yield multiple saurischian (theropod–sauropod) dominated ichnofaunas. To date, a moderate diversity of six ...

    Authors: Li-Da Xing, Martin G. Lockley, Hendrik Klein, Li-Jun Zhang, Anthony Romilio, W. Scott Persons IV, Guang-Zhao Peng, Yong Ye and Miao-Yan Wang

    Citation: Journal of Palaeogeography 2021 10:17

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  7. Melia L. is a small genus of only 2–3 species, which is native to Indo-Malesia, India, Pakistan and southern parts of tropical Africa. Fossil records of Melia are known from the early Miocene to the Pleistocene. ...

    Authors: Wei-Qiu Liu, Sheng-Lan Xu, Qiong-Yao Fu, Cheng Quan and Jian-Hua Jin

    Citation: Journal of Palaeogeography 2021 10:16

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  8. Citation: Journal of Palaeogeography 2021 10:15

    Content type: Correction

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    The original article was published in Journal of Palaeogeography 2020 9:25

  9. Coal, especially the inertinite in it, is highly sensitive to climate changes, showing an obvious response to paleoclimate conditions, in particular, to paleo-oxygen concentration (pO2). In this study, the inerti...

    Authors: Dong-Dong Wang, Lu-Sheng Yin, Long-Yi Shao, Da-Wei Lyu, Hai-Yan Liu, Shuai Wang and Guo-Qi Dong

    Citation: Journal of Palaeogeography 2021 10:13

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  10. The study analyses a 7.5-m-thick sedimentary succession deposited in the largest sandur (the Gwda sandur, a glacial outwash plain) in NW Poland, during the late Weichselian (MIS 2). Although the study site is ...

    Authors: Mateusz Mleczak and Małgorzata Pisarska-Jamroży

    Citation: Journal of Palaeogeography 2021 10:12

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  11. A comprehensive study on the accretion and diagenesis of the Permian–Triassic boundary microbialites is conducive to a better understanding of the ecological community after the end-Permian mass extinction. He...

    Authors: Xi-Yang Zhang, Yue Li, Guan Wang and Hong-Qiang Yang

    Citation: Journal of Palaeogeography 2021 10:11

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  12. Data obtained from the calcareous nannofossils, distributed in the upper part of the Pabdeh Formation (Priabonian–Rupelian) and the lower part of the Asmari Formation (Chattian) in the Bid-Zard section, were u...

    Authors: Saeedeh Senemari and Farah Jalili

    Citation: Journal of Palaeogeography 2021 10:10

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  13. The underpinning problems of deep-water facies still remain unresolved. (1) The Tb, Tc, and Td divisions of the turbidite facies model, with traction structures, are an integral part of the “Bouma Sequence” (T...

    Authors: G. Shanmugam

    Citation: Journal of Palaeogeography 2021 10:9

    Content type: Review

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    The Correction to this article has been published in Journal of Palaeogeography 2021 10:14

  14. As a type of non-laminated microbial carbonates, dendrolites are dominated by isolated dendritic clusters of calcimicrobes and are distinct from stromatolites and thrombolites. The dendrolites in the upper par...

    Authors: Ming-Xiang Mei, Muhammad Riaz, Zhen-Wu Zhang, Qing-Fen Meng and Yuan Hu

    Citation: Journal of Palaeogeography 2021 10:8

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  15. This contribution focuses on a multidisciplinary research showing the geomorphological evolution and the beach sand composition of the Tyrrhenian shoreline between Capo Suvero promontory and Gizzeria Lido vill...

    Authors: Consuele Morrone and Fabio Ietto

    Citation: Journal of Palaeogeography 2021 10:7

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  16. This study provides an overview and discussion of controls on the distribution of organic reefs during the Early Ordovican Period, in the Yangtze Platform, a region of epicontinental sedimentary rocks in South...

    Authors: Jian-Po Wang, Qi-Jian Li, Stephen Kershaw, Yuan-Yuan Zhang, Shen-Yang Yu and Yue Li

    Citation: Journal of Palaeogeography 2021 10:6

    Content type: Review

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  17. This study provides a combined analysis on the palynology, fossil charcoal and biomarkers of the subsurface coal deposits from a borehole RMB #2 drilled at the Dhulia Coal Block, Rajmahal Basin, India, in atte...

    Authors: Srikanta Murthy, Vinod Atmaram Mendhe, Dieter Uhl, Runcie Paul Mathews, Vivek Kumar Mishra and Saurabh Gautam

    Citation: Journal of Palaeogeography 2021 10:5

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  18. A new type of polyhalite potassium ore (NTPPO) was found in the Lower Triassic Jialingjiang Formation, NE Sichuan Basin, SW China. It is water soluble, therefore can be exploited using the water-solution metho...

    Authors: Wen-Jun Shang, Mian-Ping Zheng, Yong-Sheng Zhang, Jia-Ai Zhong, En-Yuan Xing, Yuan Peng, Bao-Ling Gui and Kong Li

    Citation: Journal of Palaeogeography 2021 10:4

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  19. The fabrics of microbialites preserved in limestones are generally better than in dolostones. What are the fabrics of the microbialites preserved in heavily dolomitized dolostones? This paper presents an examp...

    Authors: Ying Li, Hong-Xia Jiang, Ya-Sheng Wu, Wen-Qing Pan, Bao-Shou Zhang, Chong-Hao Sun and Guo Yang

    Citation: Journal of Palaeogeography 2021 10:3

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  20. As the second common type of volcanic vent on Earth, maar-diatreme volcanoes and their post-eruptive lacustrine sediments are a main focus of volcanology, palaeolimnology, palaeoclimatology and palaeontology. ...

    Authors: Cong Chen, Zhuo Zheng, Li-Feng Zeng, Fan Xiao, Li-Ping Tian and Kang-You Huang

    Citation: Journal of Palaeogeography 2021 10:2

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  21. Bioturbation plays a critical role in sediment mixing and biogeochemical cycling between sediment and seawater. An abundance of bioturbation structures, dominated by Thalassinoides, occurs in carbonate rocks of t...

    Authors: Yu-Chao Fan, Yong-An Qi, Ming-Yue Dai, Da Li, Bing-Chen Liu and Guo-Shuai Qing

    Citation: Journal of Palaeogeography 2021 10:1

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  22. Rising sea-levels in tectonically active epicontinental basins often lead to varied depositional settings and palaeogeography, mostly influenced by the net accommodation resulting from mutual interference of t...

    Authors: Biplab Bhattacharya, Suparna Jha and Prantik Mondal

    Citation: Journal of Palaeogeography 2020 9:30

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  23. Stromatoporoid sponges were very abundant during the middle Palaeozoic Era and are thought to disappear at the end of the Devonian Period in the Hangenberg Crisis. However, there are records of organisms with ...

    Authors: Stephen Kershaw and Consuelo Sendino

    Citation: Journal of Palaeogeography 2020 9:29

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  24. Zircons are abundant in the beach sediments. In this study, surface microtexture, mineralogy, bulk sediment geochemistry, trace element composition and U–Pb isotopic geochronology of detrital zircons collected...

    Authors: John S. Armstrong-Altrin

    Citation: Journal of Palaeogeography 2020 9:28

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  25. Although Paleogene warm climatic intervals have received considerable attention for atmospheric and oceanographic changes, the authigenic mineralization associated with these time spans remains overlooked. An ...

    Authors: Santanu Banerjee, Tathagata Roy Choudhury, Pratul Kumar Saraswati and Sonal Khanolkar

    Citation: Journal of Palaeogeography 2020 9:27

    Content type: Review

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  26. The problematic calcareous microfossil Halysis is abundant in the Middle Ordovician Darriwilian Stage of the western edge of the Ordos Basin, North China. The rich and well-preserved specimens of Halysis in this ...

    Authors: Li-Jing Zheng, Hong-Xia Jiang, Ya-Sheng Wu, Hong-Ping Bao, Yue-Yang Zhang, Jun-Feng Ren and Zheng-Liang Huang

    Citation: Journal of Palaeogeography 2020 9:26

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  27. A comprehensive sedimentary and reservoir analysis was conducted based on seismic, well logging, core and relative test data, taking Members 1 and 2 of Shahejie Formation of the early Oligocene in the steep sl...

    Authors: Xiao-Feng Du, Hao Liu, Xiao-Bo Huang, Zhang-Qiang Song, Wei Xu and Can Zhang

    Citation: Journal of Palaeogeography 2020 9:25

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    The Correction to this article has been published in Journal of Palaeogeography 2021 10:15

  28. The Middle Permian Lucaogou Formation in the Jimusar Sag, eastern Junggar Basin, NW China, was deposited in a salt lake within an intracontinental rift basin with intense hydrothermal activity. Hydrothermal-se...

    Authors: Shuai Zhang, Yi-Qun Liu, Hong Li, Xin Jiao and Ding-Wu Zhou

    Citation: Journal of Palaeogeography 2020 9:24

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  29. Sichuan Basin is very famous for the Mesozoic reptiles, especially the Jurassic dinosaurs. Here, we report some isolated plesiosaurian teeth and vertebrae newly excavated from the Middle Jurassic Xintiangou Fo...

    Authors: Feng Zhang, Hai-Dong Yu, Can Xiong, Zhao-Ying Wei, Guang-Zhao Peng and Xue-Fang Wei

    Citation: Journal of Palaeogeography 2020 9:23

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  30. Paleosols in an outcrop of fluvial–lacustrine red beds have been recognized in the Upper Cretaceous Yaojia Formation in southern Songliao Basin, Songyuan City, Jilin Province, NE China. They are recognized in ...

    Authors: Li Zhang, Zhi-Dong Bao, Chang-Min Zhang, Lu-Xing Dou, Ping Fu, Jia-Hong Zhao, Wu-Xue Wang and Yu Ji

    Citation: Journal of Palaeogeography 2020 9:20

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  31. This study investigates the provenance of sedimentary rocks in Bogda Mountains, NW China, and reconstructs the lithology and unroofing history of the Eastern North Tianshan Suture. Petrographic point counting ...

    Authors: Dong-Yu Zheng and Wan Yang

    Citation: Journal of Palaeogeography 2020 9:19

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  32. Microbial deposits commonly occur at the transition between carbonate and sulphate facies, and they also abound in the uppermost part of the middle Wuchiapingian Zechstein Limestone in west Poland. These depos...

    Authors: Tadeusz Marek Peryt, Marek Jasionowski, Paweł Raczyński and Krzysztof Chłódek

    Citation: Journal of Palaeogeography 2020 9:18

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  33. A hyperpycnal flow forms when a relatively dense land-derived gravity flow enters into a marine or lacustrine water reservoir. As a consequence of its excess of density, the incoming flow plunges in coastal ar...

    Authors: Carlos Zavala

    Citation: Journal of Palaeogeography 2020 9:17

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  34. The middle Miocene Badenian evaporite basin of the Carpathian Foredeep Basin was a saline lake, separated by a barrier from the sea and supplied with seawater seeping through the barrier or overflowing it occa...

    Authors: Danuta Peryt, Przemysław Gedl and Tadeusz Marek Peryt

    Citation: Journal of Palaeogeography 2020 9:16

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  35. Ostracods are described for the first time from the red-coloured marine sandstones of Arisu section (Arisu red beds) of the Upper Ordovician Tierekeawati Formation in Kalpin area of northwestern Tarim Basin, X...

    Authors: Jun-Jun Song, Yi-Xin Shen, Peng Tang, Xiao-Le Zhang, Qi-Jian Li and Zheng-Jiang Luo

    Citation: Journal of Palaeogeography 2020 9:15

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  36. Records of palaeoearthquakes in sedimentary rocks are often debated due to the potential confusion in distinguishing seismic versus aseismic trigger mechanisms causing liquefaction. The present paper documents...

    Authors: Biplab Bhattacharya and Abhirup Saha

    Citation: Journal of Palaeogeography 2020 9:14

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  37. Cenozoic sediments form extensive outcrops in the Niger Delta Basin. Detailed palynostratigraphic study was undertaken across Paleogene sequences exposed in Bende–Umuahia Area in up-dip sectors of the Niger De...

    Authors: Okechukwu Nicodemus Ikegwuonu, Obianuju Patricia Umeji, Osita Igwebuike Chiaghanam, Kingsley K. Nwozor, Otobong Sunday Ndukwe and Kingsley Chukwuebuka Chiadikobi

    Citation: Journal of Palaeogeography 2020 9:13

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  38. This study focuses on Early Cretaceous mudstones from the Shahai and Fuxin formations in the Fuxin continental basin. We analyse chemical weathering, land surface temperatures and palaeoclimates based on chemi...

    Authors: Xiao-Tao Xu, Long-Yi Shao, Bo Lan, Shuai Wang, Jason Hilton, Jian-Yi Qin, Hai-Hai Hou and Jie Zhao

    Citation: Journal of Palaeogeography 2020 9:12

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  39. Deep-marine and deep-lacustrine reservoirs have been targets for conventional and unconventional oil and gas exploration and development for decades. Thickening-upward cycles in the deep-marine Carboniferous R...

    Authors: Lei-Fu Zhang and Da-Zhong Dong

    Citation: Journal of Palaeogeography 2020 9:11

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    The Correction to this article has been published in Journal of Palaeogeography 2020 9:31

  40. This study describes a sequence of microbialites and volcanics of the Lower Cretaceous Shipu Group, an example of microbialites influenced by volcanic activity. It is located at Shipu town in eastern Zhejiang ...

    Authors: Xiao-Fang Wang, Xiu-Cheng Tan, Shao-Nan Zhang, An-Jiang Shen, Chang Li, Guang Hu, Xin Wang, Zi-Liao Chen, Li-Yin Pan, Jie Zhang and Wei Chen

    Citation: Journal of Palaeogeography 2020 9:9

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  41. The Cambrian strata in the North China Platform are fully exposed. A wide variety of carbonate oncoids with different shapes occur in the Xuzhuang and Zhangxia formations (Miaolingian Series) from six Cambrian...

    Authors: En-Zhao Xiao, Ming-Xiang Mei, Shu Jiang and Tehseen Zafar

    Citation: Journal of Palaeogeography 2020 9:7

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  42. A new early Visean coral assemblage has been recorded from turbidite facies in the southern part of the Azrou-Khenifra Basin, northwest of Khenifra, central Morocco. The newly discovered Ba Moussa West (BMW) c...

    Authors: Sergio Rodríguez, Ian D. Somerville, Pedro Cózar, Javier Sanz-López, Ismael Coronado, Felipe González, Ismail Said and Mohamed El Houicha

    Citation: Journal of Palaeogeography 2020 9:5

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  43. A combined biostratigraphic study of dinoflagellate cysts and foraminifera was carried out on Early Cretaceous subsurface well cutting sediments from well A (DNG) (2800–2746 m depth) from the Krishna-Godavari ...

    Authors: Ashish Kumar Mishra, Nallamuthu Malarkodi, Arun Deo Singh, Dinesh Babu and Vandana Prasad

    Citation: Journal of Palaeogeography 2020 9:4

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