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Title: Silurian Cycles - Linkages of Dynamic Stratigraphy with Atmospheric, Oceanic, and Tectonic Changes. 
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Series: Bulletin No. 491
Authors: Johnson, M.E., and E. Landing , Editors.
Publish Year: 1998  NYSM ID: B.491 
Page-Plate-Fig: 327 pp., 147 figs., 4 tbls., 4 apps.
Category: Geological
Disiplines: Economic Geology
Oil & Gas
Price: $34.95  
SKU:   ISBN: 1555572065 
UPC:   ISSN: 0278-3355 
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Keywords: International, second, petrolium, Perunica, Gondwana, Siberia, Avalon, Laurentia, diversity, stratigraphy, sequence, history, biotic, level, sea, Silurian, regional, global, Symposium, System 
Description: New York State Museum Bulletin 491 is the first comprehensive review of global and regional controls on Silurian sea-levels and biotic history. The 21 reports on sequence stratigraphy and biotic diversity for six Silurian continents (Laurentia, Avalon, Siberia, Gondwana, and Perunica) will be of particular interest to college, university, and petrolium company researchers and instructors. This is the first publication resulting from the 2nd International Symposium on the Silurian System. 
  • Johnson, M.E., J.-y., Rong, and Kershaw, S. 1998. Calibrating Silurian eustasy by erosion and burial of coastal paleotopography.
  • Caputo, M.V. 1998. Ordovician-Silurian glaciations and global sea-level changes.
  • Bambach, R.K. . 1998. Silurian sea-level change at Arisaig, Nova Scotia.
  • Harris, M.T., and et. al., . 1998. Early Silurian stratigraphic sequences of eastern Wisconsin.
  • Harris, M.T., and Sheehan, P.M. 1998. Early Silurian stratigraphic sequences of the eastern Great Basin (Utah and Nevada).
  • Tesakov, Yu.l., and et al., . 1998. Eustatic fluctuations in the east Siberian Basin (Siberian platform and Taymyr Peninsula).
  • Baarli , B.G. 1998. Silurian cycles, tempestite deposits, and proximality analysis.
  • Brett, C.E., and et al., . 1998. Early Silurian condensed horizons, ironstones and sequence stratigraphy in the Appalachian Foreland Basin.
  • Ettensohn, F.R., and Brett, C.E. 1998. Tectonic components in Silurian cyclicity.
  • Melchin, M.J., Koren, T.N., and Storch, P. 1998. Global diversity and survivorship patterns of Silurian graptoloids.
  • Kr iz , Jiri. 1998. Recurrent Silurian-lowest Devonian cephalopod limestones of Gondwanan Europe and Perunic.
  • Bogolepova, Olga K. . 1998. Silurian cephalopod beds from North Asia.
  • Gubanov, A.P. 1998. Species diversity of Silurian gastropods related to abiotic events.
  • Yolkin, E.A. 1998. Silurian Devonian trilobite evolution and depositional cyclicity in the Altai-Salair region, western Siberia.
  • Cotter, Edward. 1998. Silurian coastal sedimentation and meter-scale changes in the Appalachian Foreland Basin of Pennsylvania.
  • Jeppsson, Lennert. 1998. Silurian oceanic events.
  • Berry, William B.N. 1998. Silurian oceanic episodes, evidence from central Nevada.
  • Brunton, F.R., and et al., . 1998. Silurian reef episodes, changing seascapes and paleobiogeography.
  • Ruppel, S.C., and et al., . 1998. High resolution Silurian 87Sr/86Sr record.
  • Kaljo, D., Kippli, T., and Martma, T. 1998. Correlation of carbon isotope events and environmental cyclicity in the east Baltic Silurian.
  • Heath, R.J., Brenchley, P.J., and Marshall, J.D. 1998. Early Silurian carbon and oxygen stable-isotope stratigraphy of Estonia.
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