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The Historic Development of Biostratigraphic Correlation
Evolutionary Models and Biostratigraphic Strategies
Biostratigraphical Tests of Evolutionary Theory
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abundance ammonites analysis angiosperm areas assemblage zones Atlantic basin beds benthic biofacies biogeographic biozones bivalves boundaries brachiopods Cambrian Carboniferous chalk changes characterized conodont continental corals correlation Cretaceous datum deposits dispersal distribution diverse Early echinoids ecological environmental environments evolution evolutionary rates example facies faunal provinces faunas foraminifers Formation forms fossil fusulinids gastropods gene genera genetic genus geographic range geologic graphic graptolite groups habitat indicate infaunal interval Jurassic Kauffman larvae Late lineages Lower Maastrichtian mammals marine method Middle Miocene Mississippian mollusks morphological North America occur Ordovician organisms paleontologic paleontologist Paleozoic Paratethys patterns pelagic Pennsylvanian Permian phyletic phyletic gradualism phylogeny planktonic pollen populations radiometric range zones recognized region relationships relatively restricted rocks samples scale sediments septa sequence shelf speciation species stage stenotopic strata stratigraphic stratigraphic ranges studies subzone taxa Tethys Text-fig Text-Figure tion trilobite Turonian Upper Cretaceous widespread zonal zonation