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Published by Geological Survey of Queensland in Brisbane .
Written in English

Subjects:

Places:

  • Australia,
  • Bowen Basin (Qld.)

Subjects:

  • Paleobotany -- Permian.,
  • Plants, Fossil -- Australia -- Bowen Basin (Qld.)

Book details:

Edition Notes

Bibliography: p. 8.

Statementby J. F. Rigby.
SeriesGeological Survey of Queensland. Publication no. 349. Palaeontological papers, no. 23, Publication (Geological Survey of Queensland) ;, 349., Publication (Geological Survey of Queensland)., no. 23.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsQE344 .A19 no. 349, QE920 .A19 no. 349
The Physical Object
Pagination8 p.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL5337258M
LC Control Number72190629

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Permian non-marine strata in the southern Bowen Basin, Queensland, Australia, yield abundant plant megafossils preserved as impressions, coalified compressions, siliceous petrifactions, and Author: Stephen Mcloughlin. Criteria for recognizing a high-paleolatitude context for sedimentary successions are not widely established. Herein, we provide a facies analysis of the Permian succession of the high-paleolatitude Denison Trough in the southwestern Bowen Basin of Queensland, eastern Australia, and we use this analysis to highlight criteria that may be used to diagnose a high-paleolatitude context in this and.   Scale is 1 mm. PLANT FOSSIL DISTRIBUTIONS IN SOME AUSTRALIAN PERMIAN NON-MARINE SEDIMENTS encountered in the Early Permian Reids Dome Beds of the Bowen Basin. Coals of the Reids Dome Beds were considered to be richest in sphenophyte remains although palynological data also suggested important contributions by ferns and by:   I Bowen Basin Permian W: IA Blackwater Group; Late 2 L: QO , Bowen Basin Permian W: grooved Bandanna Fm; Late 1 L: 22 ca. Bowen Basin Permian W: 10 -- (latarian) Table 1 - Occurrence and selected characters of Gondwanic glossopterid fructifications assignable tO Plumsteadta. L = length, W = width of fructification.

Permian polyzoa from the Bowen Basin / by R.E. Wass; Permo-Triassic stratigraphy and sedimentation in the Bowen Basin, Queensland / A.R. Jensen; A revision of some plants from the permian of the Bowen Basin, Queensland / by J.F. Rigby. Palynology -- Queensland -- Bowen Basin. Geochronometry -- Queensland -- Bowen Basin. Uranium-lead dating. Summary "As part of a continuing program to date Permian plant microfossil zones using CA-IDTIMS dating, 11 tuff and 18 sedimentary core samples were examined from the Bowen Basin succession intersected in APLNG Meeleebee 5, a CSG well. The exposed Bowen Basin (Figure 1, inset) is the northern section of the 1, km long Bowen-Sydney Basin, a meridional accumulation of Permian and Triassic sediments in eastern Queensland and New South Wales.4 Exposures of Bowen Basin sediments extend over an area of km north-south by km across (east-west). Some Permian glossopterid fructifications and leaves from the Bowen Basin, Queensland, Australia. Review of Palaeobotany and Palynology, ↑ McLoughlin, S. Late Permian glossopterid fructifications from the Bowen and Sydney Basins, eastern Australia. Geobios,

Balme, B. E. Palynology of Permian and Triassic strata in the Salt Range and Surghar Range, West Pakistan. pp. –in Kummel, B. & Teichert, C. (Eds.) “Stratigraphic boundary problems; Permian and Triassic of West Pakistan.” Lawrence. A regional seismic synthesis of the 10 km-thick continental and shallow-marine succession of the Bowen Basin has revealed the basin-filling episodes and nine depositional supersequences (A–I). An Early Permian extensional phase, characterised by thick volcanics and half-graben development in a number of separated troughs, allowed. Ediea homevalensis H. Nishida, Kudo, Pigg & Rigby gen. et sp. nov. is proposed for permineralized pollen-bearing structures from the Late Permian Homevale Station locality of the Bowen Basin. The Connors Arch is thought to be a basement block uplifted during the westward thrusting the Hunter-Bowen Orogeny at ~ Ma such that the Arch now interrupts the original extent of the Bowen Basin (Fergusson, ; Fielding et al., and ). The Urannah Suite is more radiogenic than the Cretaceous ones with respect to initial Sr, Nd and.