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First record of ostracods from the Upper Ordovician red-coloured marine sandstones of the Tierekeawati Formation in Tarim Basin, NW China: implications on palaeoenvironment and palaeobiogeography
Corresponding AuthorSong,Jun-Jun(jjsong@nigpas.ac.cn) ; Shen,Yi-Xin(jlyang@upc.edu.cn)
Song,Jun-Jun1,2; Shen,Yi-Xin3; Tang,Peng2,4; Zhang,Xiao-Le2,4; Li,Qi-Jian1,2; Luo,Zheng-Jiang5
2020-05-29
Source PublicationJournal of Palaeogeography
Volume9Issue:1
AbstractAbstractOstracods are described for the first time from the red-coloured marine sandstones of Arisu section (Arisu red beds) of the Upper Ordovician Tierekeawati Formation in Kalpin area of northwestern Tarim Basin, Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region (Xinjiang), Northwest China. Twenty-two species belonging to thirteen genera are described and figured. The ostracod fauna suggests a probable Sandbian–Katian age for these beds. The palaeoecological assemblage of ostracod fauna implies the deposition in a nearshore-offshore environment during a regression when the Arisu red beds of the Tierekeawati Formation were laid down in the Tarim Basin. Many cosmopolitan and provincial genera were present in diversified ostracod fauna of the Arisu red beds, suggesting the possible biogeographic relationships among the Tarim, Tibet, and South China plates, as well as Europe and North America continents during the Late Ordovician. Ostracods experienced faunal exchanges between Laurentia and the Tarim Plate during the Late Ordovician Period.
KeywordOstracods Late Ordovician Arisu section Tierekeawati Formation Kalpin area Tarim Basin GOBE STTS
DOI10.1186/s42501-020-00064-y
Language英语
WOS IDBMC:10.1186/s42501-020-00064-y
PublisherSpringer Singapore
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Document Type期刊论文
Identifierhttp://ir.nigpas.ac.cn/handle/332004/31782
Collection中国科学院南京地质古生物研究所
Corresponding AuthorSong,Jun-Jun; Shen,Yi-Xin
Affiliation1.Nanjing Institute of Geology and Palaeontology, Chinese Academy of Sciences
2.Center for Excellence in Life and Paleoenvironment, Chinese Academy of Sciences
3.China University of Petroleum (East China); College of Geoscience and Technology
4.Nanjing Institute of Geology and Palaeontology, Chinese Academy of Sciences; State Key Laboratory of Palaeobiology and Stratigraphy
5.Research Institute of Experiment and Detection; PetroChina Xinjiang Oilfield Company
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Song,Jun-Jun,Shen,Yi-Xin,Tang,Peng,et al. First record of ostracods from the Upper Ordovician red-coloured marine sandstones of the Tierekeawati Formation in Tarim Basin, NW China: implications on palaeoenvironment and palaeobiogeography[J]. Journal of Palaeogeography,2020,9(1).
APA Song,Jun-Jun,Shen,Yi-Xin,Tang,Peng,Zhang,Xiao-Le,Li,Qi-Jian,&Luo,Zheng-Jiang.(2020).First record of ostracods from the Upper Ordovician red-coloured marine sandstones of the Tierekeawati Formation in Tarim Basin, NW China: implications on palaeoenvironment and palaeobiogeography.Journal of Palaeogeography,9(1).
MLA Song,Jun-Jun,et al."First record of ostracods from the Upper Ordovician red-coloured marine sandstones of the Tierekeawati Formation in Tarim Basin, NW China: implications on palaeoenvironment and palaeobiogeography".Journal of Palaeogeography 9.1(2020).
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