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  1. 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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  2. 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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  3. 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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  4. 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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  5. 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

    Content type: Original Article

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  6. 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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  7. 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

    Content type: Original Article

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  8. An earthquake of magnitude M5.7 occurred in Yamutu village, Songyuan City, Jilin Province, NE China (45°16′12″N/124°42′35″E) on May 28, 2018, with a focal depth of 13 km. The epicenter is located at the inters...

    Authors: Zhu-Fu Shao, Jian-Hua Zhong, John Howell, Bing Hao, Xi-Wu Luan, Ze-Xuan Liu, Wei-Min Ran, Yun-Feng Zhang, Hong-Qi Yuan, Jing-Jing Liu, Liang-Tian Ni, Guan-Xian Song, Jin-Lin Liu, Wen-Xin Zhang and Bing Zhao

    Citation: Journal of Palaeogeography 2020 9:3

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  9. Sabellaria alveolata (Linnaeus 1767) is a polychaete able to build bioconstructions of different thickness, size and patchiness, in intertidal and subtidal environments. Its biological features have been the obje...

    Authors: Stefania Nunzia Lisco, Pasquale Acquafredda, Salvatore Gallicchio, Luisa Sabato, Andrea Bonifazi, Frine Cardone, Giuseppe Corriero, Maria Flavia Gravina, Cataldo Pierri and Massimo Moretti

    Citation: Journal of Palaeogeography 2020 9:2

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  10. This study investigates the process of formation of ooidal ironstones in the Upper Cretaceous-Paleogene succession in western Siberia. The formation of such carbonate-based ironstones is a continuing problem i...

    Authors: Maxim Rudmin, Santanu Banerjee, Elshan Abdullayev, Aleksey Ruban, Ekaterina Filimonenko, Elena Lyapina, Roman Kashapov and Aleksey Mazurov

    Citation: Journal of Palaeogeography 2020 9:1

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  11. The stable isotope (δ13C, δ18O) composition of a collection of Lower Jurassic brachiopods and oysters from the Andean Basin of northern Chile was analyzed. The results allow the first reconstruction of absolute w...

    Authors: Matthias Alberti, Franz T. Fürsich and Nils Andersen

    Citation: Journal of Palaeogeography 2019 8:33

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  12. In recent years, in some papers and manuscripts published in and submitted to the Journal of Palaeogeography (Chinese Edition and English Edition), the authors named the rocks or rock types as “microfacies” or “l...

    Authors: Zeng-Zhao Feng

    Citation: Journal of Palaeogeography 2019 8:32

    Content type: Review

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  13. In this reply, I respond to 18 issues associated with comments made by Zavala (e.g., inverse- to normally-graded sequence, origin of massive sands, experimental sandy debris flows, tidal rhythmites, facies mod...

    Authors: G. Shanmugam

    Citation: Journal of Palaeogeography 2019 8:31

    Content type: Academic discussion

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  14. In this paper, we provide two new Triassic palaeomagnetic poles from Winterswijk, the Netherlands, in the stable interior of the Eurasian plate. They were respectively collected from the Anisian (~ 247–242 Ma)...

    Authors: Lars P. P. van Hinsbergen, Douwe J. J. van Hinsbergen, Cor G. Langereis, Mark J. Dekkers, Bas Zanderink and Martijn H. L. Deenen

    Citation: Journal of Palaeogeography 2019 8:30

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  15. The northern part of the eastern margin of the extensional Neogene Teruel Basin (central-eastern Spain) consists of a non-linear, zigzag fault zone made of alternating ca. 2 km long, NNW-SSE trending segments ...

    Authors: Lope Ezquerro, Aránzazu Luzón, José L. Simón and Carlos L. Liesa

    Citation: Journal of Palaeogeography 2019 8:29

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  16. The Upper Cretaceous (early Cenomanian) Bahariya Formation of Egypt has an outstanding reputation for its wealth of vertebrate remains, including a variety of iconic dinosaurs, like the carnivorous Spinosaurus an...

    Authors: Haytham El Atfy, Tarek Anan, André Jasper and Dieter Uhl

    Citation: Journal of Palaeogeography 2019 8:28

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  17. Plesiosaurs are one of the common groups of aquatic reptiles in the Mesozoic, which mainly lived in marine environments. Freshwater plesiosaurs are rare in the world, especially from the Jurassic. The present ...

    Authors: Ting Gao, Da-Qing Li, Long-Feng Li and Jing-Tao Yang

    Citation: Journal of Palaeogeography 2019 8:27

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  18. Various microbial fabrics characterize late Moscovian mounds in Houchang Town, southern Guizhou, South China. The dominant components of the mounds are microbial boundstones with stromatolitic structures, irre...

    Authors: Wen-Tao Huang, Yong-Li Zhang, Chang-Qing Guan, Zhuo-Wei Miao, Xiao-Hong Chen, Zhen-Yuan Yang, Xiao Li and En-Pu Gong

    Citation: Journal of Palaeogeography 2019 8:26

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  19. A recent review article (“The hyperpycnite problem”) by Shanmugam (Journal of Palaeogeography 7(3):197–238, 2018) in this journal has some shortcomings, comes to scientifically incorrect conclusions, and calls fo...

    Authors: A. J. (Tom) van Loon, Heiko Hüneke and Thierry Mulder

    Citation: Journal of Palaeogeography 2019 8:24

    Content type: Academic discussion

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  20. Microbialites, often considered as a signal of extreme marine environment, are common in the Lower Triassic strata of South China where they flourished in the aftermath of the end-Permian mass extinction. Earl...

    Authors: Ya-Fei Huang, David P. G. Bond, Yong-Biao Wang, Tan Wang, Zhi-Xing Yi, Ai-Hua Yuan, Jia-Yuan Jia and Yu-Qi Su

    Citation: Journal of Palaeogeography 2019 8:22

    Content type: Original Article

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  21. Carbonate concretions provide unique records of ancient biogeochemical processes in marine sediments, and have the potential to reflect seawater chemistry indirectly. In fine-siliciclastic settings, they prefe...

    Authors: An-Qi Liu, Dong-Jie Tang, Xiao-Ying Shi, Li-Min Zhou, Xi-Qiang Zhou, Mo-Han Shang, Yang Li and Hu-Yue Song

    Citation: Journal of Palaeogeography 2019 8:20

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  22. Based on a combination of high resolution 3-D seismic, drilling and well logging and core data, this study focuses on describing the depositional features of the Neogene Minghuazhen Formation shallow water del...

    Authors: Li-Xin Tian, Hao Liu, Cheng-Min Niu, Xiao-Feng Du, Bo Yang, Xiao-Dong Lan and Dan-Lei Chen

    Citation: Journal of Palaeogeography 2019 8:19

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  23. Lacustrine stromatolites were widespread in the Miocene Wudaoliang Group (stromatolites of the Wudaoliang Group), northern Tibetan Plateau; but only at one location nearby the Wudaoliang Town, they occurred in...

    Authors: Ling-Qi Zeng, Hai-Sheng Yi, Guo-Qing Xia, Klaus Simon, Christine Heim and Gernot Arp

    Citation: Journal of Palaeogeography 2019 8:18

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  24. Inertinite maceral compositions in coals from the Early Cretaceous Erlian, Hailar, and Sanjiang Basins in NE China are analyzed in order to reveal palaeowildfire events and palaeoclimate variations. Although h...

    Authors: Shuai Wang, Long-Yi Shao, Zhi-Ming Yan, Ming-Jian Shi and Yun-He Zhang

    Citation: Journal of Palaeogeography 2019 8:17

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  25. Palaeodrainage basin, as an important component of the source-to-sink system, contains critical information on provenance and palaeoenvironment. Previous studies indicate that the scaling relationships of sour...

    Authors: Bing-Qiang Liu, Long-Yi Shao, Xue-Tian Wang, Ya-Nan Li and Jie Xu

    Citation: Journal of Palaeogeography 2019 8:16

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  26. This paper describes the fossil fruits of Scirpus weichangensis X.Q. Liang, sp. nov. from the early Miocene of Guangyongfa Village, Weichang County, Hebei Province, North China. The fossil fruits are obovate in s...

    Authors: Ping Lu, Ya Li, Jian-Wei Zhang, Xiao-Qing Liang, Yue-Zhuo Li and Cheng-Sen Li

    Citation: Journal of Palaeogeography 2019 8:15

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  27. Alethopteris grandinii represents remains of fronds of a medullosalean pteridosperm (probably a small tree) that rapidly migrated across the lowland wetland habitats of Variscan Euramerica in middle Asturian (lat...

    Authors: Christopher J. Cleal and Borja Cascales-Miñana

    Citation: Journal of Palaeogeography 2019 8:14

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  28. Textural and stable isotopic features of two middle Pleistocene fluvial stromatolite profiles are compared to a recent stromatolite, both formed in the River Piedra system (NE Spain), to test the reliability o...

    Authors: C. Arenas, M. C. Osácar, L. Auqué and C. Sancho

    Citation: Journal of Palaeogeography 2019 8:13

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  29. The bennettitalean male reproductive structure Weltrichia Braun 1849 emend. Harris 1969 (Family Williamsoniaceae) is discussed from several points of view, including anatomy and morphology, species diversity and ...

    Authors: Mihai Emilian Popa

    Citation: Journal of Palaeogeography 2019 8:12

    Content type: Review

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  30. The reefs in the Xiannüdong Formation (Cambrian Series 2) are the oldest archaeocyathan–microbial bioconstructions in China, but the details of their microbial structures have not been previously described. Ho...

    Authors: Hao Tang, Stephen Kershaw, Xiu-Cheng Tan, Hong Liu, Fei Li, Cheng Shen, Fei-Fan Lu and Xue-Fei Yang

    Citation: Journal of Palaeogeography 2019 8:11

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  31. A new Middle Jurassic tracksite dominated by non-avian theropod footprints from the Wangjiashan Formation in Pingchuan District, Baojishan Basin, Gansu Province has yielded a unique trackway with four consecut...

    Authors: Da-Qing Li, Li-Da Xing, Martin G. Lockley, Anthony Romilio, Jing-Tao Yang and Long-Feng Li

    Citation: Journal of Palaeogeography 2019 8:10

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  32. After publication of this article (Zhang et al., 2019), it is noticed the article contains some error:

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

    Citation: Journal of Palaeogeography 2019 8:9

    Content type: Correction

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    The original article was published in Journal of Palaeogeography 2019 8:5

  33. After publication of this article (Yan et al. 2019), it is noticed the article contains some error.

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

    Citation: Journal of Palaeogeography 2019 8:7

    Content type: Correction

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    The original article was published in Journal of Palaeogeography 2019 8:2

  34. The coal horizons of the Middle Jurassic Hojedk Formation of East-Central Iran are fossiliferous, bearing numerous well-preserved fossil plants, comparable to the Shemshak Group/Formation in the Alborz Mountai...

    Authors: Mohammad Taghi Badihagh and Dieter Uhl

    Citation: Journal of Palaeogeography 2019 8:6

    Content type: Research

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    The Correction to this article has been published in Journal of Palaeogeography 2019 8:8

  35. 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

    Content type: Research

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    The Correction to this article has been published in Journal of Palaeogeography 2019 8:9

  36. 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

    Content type: Research

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  37. 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

    Content type: Research

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  38. 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

    Content type: Research

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    The Correction to this article has been published in Journal of Palaeogeography 2019 8:7

  39. 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

    Content type: Research

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  40. 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

    Content type: Original Article

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  41. 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

    Content type: Original Article

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  42. 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

    Content type: Review

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  43. 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

    Content type: Research

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