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Ostracoda from the British Lower Chalk and Plenus Marls.
P. P. E. Weaver
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The term Plenus Marls (as ‘Actinocamax plenus marls’) was ﬁrst used by Rowe (, p. ) for the marly unit at the top of the Lower Chalk that had usually been called the belemnite marl ever since Fig. 1. Locality map showing positions of English sections mentioned in . The textural groups recognised in chalk marls are as follows: Group 1: the most poorly cemented marls (Texture Index range ; average average Intact Dry Density Mg/cu.m: some exceptionally soft marls have a Texture Index of 25 and Intact Dry Density of Mg/cu.m): These are the soft or very weak, plastic and friable marls with.
The Chalk Group (often just called the Chalk) is the lithostratigraphic unit (a certain number of rock strata) which contains the Late Cretaceous limestone succession in southern and eastern England. The same or similar rock sequences occur across the wider northwest European chalk 'province'. It is characterised by thick deposits of chalk, a soft porous white limestone, deposited in a marine. Another point of interest are the Plenus Marls, a band of darker-grey chalk (c.8m thick) located in the uppermost portion of the Zig Zag Chalk Formation. From Hedge Ledge the gradual dip of the chalk brings the Plenus Marls to beach level a short distance east of the lighthouse (fig.5 below-left).
P. P. E. Weaver has written: 'Ostracoda from the British Lower Chalk and Plenus Marls' -- subject(s): Fossil Myodocopida, Fossil Podocopida, Paleontology. (). Processes of water movement through a Chalk Coombe deposit in southeast England. (). A hydrogeological study of the permeability of the Chalk. (). The geochemistry of the Plenus Marls at Dover, England: evidence of fluctuating oceanic conditions and of glacial control during the development of the Cenomanian–Turonian 13C anomaly.
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Get this from a library. Ostracoda from the British Lower Chalk and Plenus Marls. [P P E Weaver]. Weaver P.P.E. Ostracoda from the British lower Chalk and Plenus Marls. Monograph of the Palaeontographical Society 1– Wilkinson I.P.
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Ostracoda from the British Lower Chalk and Plenus Marls. -Monographs (Annual Volumes) of the Palaeontographical Society P. (): Ostracoda from the British Lower Chalk and Plenus Marls.
The ostracod genus Neocythere in the Speeton Clay. Palaeontology 6,pl. Kaye, P. The interpretation of the Mesozoic ostracod genera of the Family Cytherideidae Sars, Revue de Micropaleontologie 6,pls Kaye, P.
Ostracoda of the Subfamilies Protocytherinae and Trachyleberidinae from the British Lower. Ostracoda from the Upper Gault (late Albian, Lower Cretaceous) and Cambridge Greensand (early Cenomanian, Upper Cretaceous) near Cambridge and Mildenh.
Ostracoda from the British Lower Chalk and Plenus Marls / P.P.E. Weaver The ammonoidea of the Plenus Marls and the Middle Chalk / C.W. Wright & W.J.
Kennedy Martin Froy: paintings, constructions, drawings / Arts Council of Great Britain ; text by Judy. The lower boundary is conformable with the base of the formation taken at the bedding plane immediately below the lower marl bed in the Plenus Marls Member. (Note that the Plenus Marls Member is now considered as part of this formation thus providing a consistent datum throughout the Chalk Group of England and the North Sea).
The upper boundary is conformable at the highest bedding plane beneath the lowest bed of the Plenus Marls Member of the Holywell Nodular Chalk Formation in the Southern Province and the Welton Chalk Formation in the Northern Province. Lower Chalk (Part) () British Geological Survey Research Report RR/05/01 pp.
ISBN 0 Ostracoda from the British Lower Chalk and Plenus Marls" Monograph of the Palaeontographical Society, London, publicationpart of Vol. Ostracoda. Abstract. A review of the species “Protocythere auriculata (Cornuel )”sensu Triebel () and “Cythere harrisiana Jones ” has led to a re-evaluation of the genusHomocythere Kaye It is demonstrated that the type ofHomocythere (H.
reticulata Kaye ) is a reticulate juvenile of “Cythere harrisiana Jones ” andreticulata a synonym. From this emended identification. Weaver, P.P.E. Ostracoda from the British Lower Chalk and Plenus Marls.
Palaeontographical Society Monograph, Pulication No$, part of Vol$ forpp. 1–, pls. 1– Google Scholar. wakefield m.i.: middle jurassic (bathonian) ostracoda from the inner hebrides, scotland watson j.: a revision of the english wealden flora, i charales-ginkgoales watson joan & sincock caroline a.: bennettitales of the english wealden weaver p.
e.: ostracoda from the british lower chalk and plenus marls. This lower ‘marly’ unit corresponds approximately with the subsequently devised ‘traditional scheme’ term of Chalk Marl (see below and [Fig.3/1]) with or without the lower part of the Grey Chalk included (also part of the ‘traditional scheme’ nomenclature but not to be confused with the “Grey Chalk.
Marls from their “Lower Chalk”. The ammonoids of the Plenus Marls w ere treated together with the “Middle Chalk” faunas (uppermost Cenomanian to middle T uronian) in a previous monograph. Wright, C. & Kennedy, W. The ammonoidea of the Plenus Marls and the Middle Chalk / C.W.
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The ostracoda fauna of the İncirli Formation. Within the Chalk there are layers such as the Black Band of the North Sea Basin and the dark bands within the Chalk Marl and Plenus Marls of the main part of the Anglo-Paris Basin.
resistivity) for the Ranscombe and lower Lewes Chalks (Plenus Marls to Southerham Marl) in Sussex, England. of the foraminifera and ostracoda of the Gingin. Ostracoda from the British Lower Chalk and Plenus Marls, Palaeonto graphical Society Monograph, pp., 20pls.
WRIGHT, C.A., The recognition of a planktonic foraminiferid datum in the London Clay of the Hampshire Basin. (A) Metoicoceras geslinianum (from the Plenus Marls Member, Ballard Down, Dorset; from Mortimore Collection).
(B) Mammites nodosoides (from Sharpe, –, pl. 15), typical of the higher part of the Holywell Nodular Chalk Formation.The area covered by shallow water on the landward side to the left (to the north) consists partly of the relatively soft Plenus Marl, 2 or 3 metres thick.
This is a conspicuous marker and useful line of division between Lower and Middle Chalk in the cliffs but its characteristic belemnite, Actinocamax plenus.Logging the chalk | Mortimore, Rory N | download | B–OK.
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