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  1. Content type: Research

    Milankovitch periodicities of 123 kyr (eccentricity), 35.6 kyr (obliquity), and 21.2 kyr (precession) were identified in geophysical logs of three Late Permian coals: 17#, 18#, and 17 + 18#, from the Songhe mi...

    Authors: Zhi-Ming Yan, Long-Yi Shao, David Large, Hao Wang and Baruch Spiro

    Citation: Journal of Palaeogeography 2019 8:2

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    The results of palynological studies on the late Miocene freshwater deposits of the Tundzha Basin (Southeast Bulgaria, SE Europe) are presented. The basin is relatively well known in terms of geology and palae...

    Authors: Dimiter Ivanov and Maria Lazarova

    Citation: Journal of Palaeogeography 2019 8:3

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  3. Content type: Research

    Quantifying the palaeoclimates of Qinghai–Tibetan Plateau is vital for understanding the uplift history of plateau and the evolution of Asian monsoon since Cenozoic. Recently, the Coexistence Approach (CA) has...

    Authors: Zhi-Yong Zhang, Dong-Mei Cheng, Cheng-Sen Li, Wan Hu, Xuan-Huai Zhan and Hong-Li Ji

    Citation: Journal of Palaeogeography 2019 8:5

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    Western Liaoning is a unique region in China that bears diverse types of Jurassic plants, including leaves, fern rhizomes, and wood, providing significant proxy for vegetation and palaeoenvironment reconstruct...

    Authors: Zi-Kun Jiang, Yong-Dong Wang, Ning Tian, Ao-Wei Xie, Wu Zhang, Li-Qin Li and Min Huang

    Citation: Journal of Palaeogeography 2019 8:1

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    A new Bergeria (Lepidodendrales, Flemingitaceae), B. wenquanensis sp. nov., is described in this paper, typically characterized by the longest and elongated leaf cushions ever found. The specimen, collected from ...

    Authors: Ru Feng, Ashalata D’Rozario and Jian-Wei Zhang

    Citation: Journal of Palaeogeography 2019 8:4

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  6. Content type: Original Article

    A set of two to three prominent hardgrounds can be traced for more than 40 km from east to west within the Jurassic succession of the Jaisalmer Basin at the western margin of the Indian Craton. The hardgrounds...

    Authors: Dhirendra K. Pandey, Franz T. Fürsich, Matthias Alberti, Jitendra K. Sharma and Narendra Swami

    Citation: Journal of Palaeogeography 2018 7:14

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  7. Content type: Original Article

    Over the last 20 years, compression fossils of feathers surrounding dinosaurs have greatly expanded our understanding of the origin and evolution of feathers. One of the most peculiar feather morphotypes disco...

    Authors: Lida Xing, Pierre Cockx, Ryan C. McKellar and Jingmai O’Connor

    Citation: Journal of Palaeogeography 2018 7:13

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  8. Content type: Review

    Investigations of modern volcanic eruptions have demonstrated that ancient volcanic eruptions widely involved water, which was thus named as hydrovolcanic eruptions. Hydrovolcanisms are distinctive in many asp...

    Authors: Ben-Zhong Xian, Yan-Xin He, Hua-Peng Niu, Jun-Hui Wang, Jian-Ping Liu and Zhen Wang

    Citation: Journal of Palaeogeography 2018 7:11

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  9. Content type: Research

    Pronephrium stiriacum (Unger) Knobloch et Kvaček 1976 (Filicales, Thelypteridaceae Holttum 1971) is reported from the Oligocene Petroșani Basin and from the Miocene Bozovici Basin in Romania. Morphological variat...

    Authors: Roxana Pirnea and Mihai Emilian Popa

    Citation: Journal of Palaeogeography 2018 7:10

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    A relatively small number of tetrapod tracksites from Zhejiang Province fills out the fossil record from that region, which is also known to have yielded both saurischian (titanosauriform, coelurosaur) and orn...

    Authors: Li-Da Xing, Chun-Yong Chou, Martin G. Lockley, Anthony Romilio, Hendrik Klein, Nan Li and W. Scott Persons IV

    Citation: Journal of Palaeogeography 2018 7:9

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    The computerized geochemical modeling, a useful tool to understand the diagenetic processes influencing the quality of hydrocarbon reservoirs, is performed by using different modules of computer codes based on...

    Authors: Marcos Antonio Klunk, Sudipta Dasgupta and Rommulo Vieira Conceição

    Citation: Journal of Palaeogeography 2018 7:12

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  12. Content type: Research

    The Lower Cretaceous Guantou Formation is known as an important horizon for the Cretaceous petrified woods in southern China. Though abundant Cretaceous wood remains have been found in this formation, only one...

    Authors: Ning Tian, Zhi-Peng Zhu, Yong-Dong Wang and Si-Cong Wang

    Citation: Journal of Palaeogeography 2018 7:8

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    Spirematospermum is a well-known extinct zingiberalean taxon, characterized by trilocular capsules containing many distinctive, spirally striate and arillate seeds. It is frequently found and studied in European ...

    Authors: Ya Li, Tie-Mei Yi, Yue-Zhuo Li and Cheng-Sen Li

    Citation: Journal of Palaeogeography 2018 7:7

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    Abundant aggregated, elongate, shallow borings have been discovered from the Lower Cretaceous Yixian Formation in western Liaoning, China. By contrast with several similarly-shaped trace fossils, such as Asthenop...

    Authors: Jiang Xu, En-Pu Gong, Tie-Hui Wang and Xiao-Hong Chen

    Citation: Journal of Palaeogeography 2018 7:4

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  15. Content type: Review

    Sedimentologic, oceanographic, and hydraulic engineering publications on hyperpycnal flows claim that (1) river flows transform into turbidity currents at plunge points near the shoreline, (2) hyperpycnal flow...

    Authors: G. Shanmugam

    Citation: Journal of Palaeogeography 2018 7:6

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    The North Tianshan Orogenic Belt contains the youngest ophiolites in the Tianshan and provides some information on timing of the last closure of the Junggar-Balkhash Ocean. LA–ICP–MS zircon U–Pb dating was con...

    Authors: Jia-Lin Wang, Chao-Dong Wu, Xi Jiang, Wen Zhu, Jun Wu, Jun Wang and Meng-Lin Zheng

    Citation: Journal of Palaeogeography 2018 7:5

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    Texture, mineralogy, geochemistry, and 14C ages of two deep-sea sediment cores (GM6 and GM7) recovered in the southwestern Gulf of Mexico were investigated to infer their provenance and depositional condition. Th...

    Authors: Abigail Anaya-Gregorio, John S. Armstrong-Altrin, María Luisa Machain-Castillo, Patricia C. Montiel-García and Mayla A. Ramos-Vázquez

    Citation: Journal of Palaeogeography 2018 7:3

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    This paper investigates the provenance of Middle Jurassic to Early Cretaceous sediments in the Kutch Basin, western India, on the basis of mineralogical investigations of sandstones composition (Quartz–Feldspa...

    Authors: Angana Chaudhuri, Santanu Banerjee and Emilia Le Pera

    Citation: Journal of Palaeogeography 2018 7:2

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  19. Content type: Research

    Many kinds of ichnofossil Zoophycos occur commonly in the carbonate rocks of Pennsylvanian to Cisuralian Taiyuan Formation in North China. In this study, carbonate microbodies types were identified in four differ...

    Authors: Hui-Bo Song, Xiang-Yu Zhang, Shun-Xi Liu, Bin Hu, Rui-Rui Guo and Yu-Jun Bi

    Citation: Journal of Palaeogeography 2018 7:1

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