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FIGURE 1 —Lithostratigraphic position of the <b>Ichinono</b> alternating beds of s...
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Published: 01 June 2002
FIGURE 1 —Lithostratigraphic position of the Ichinono alternating beds of sand and mud of Tokuhashi and Endo (1983; 1984) , here referred to as the Ichinono “Member,” Kongochi Formation
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FIGURE 9 —Ichnofossils found within the  Rosselia  ichnofabric of the Kongo...
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Published: 01 June 2002
FIGURE 9 —Ichnofossils found within the Rosselia ichnofabric of the Kongochi Formation. (A) Slightly sinuous, cylindrical burrow ( Palaeophycus? isp.) in parallel laminated fine-grained sand of storm origin in the lower part of the Ichinono “Member” (locality 5). Burrow fringe is stained
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FIGURE 11 —Inferred pattern of sediment and nutrient transport on the “Ichi...
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Published: 01 June 2002
FIGURE 11 —Inferred pattern of sediment and nutrient transport on the “Ichinono shelf” during the formation of Rosselia ichnofabric described here. Transgressive ravinement probably produced episodic pulses of rapid sedimentation and caused considerable environmental stress. This may have
Journal Article
Journal: PALAIOS
Published: 01 June 2002
PALAIOS (2002) 17 (3): 268–276.
...FIGURE 1 —Lithostratigraphic position of the Ichinono alternating beds of sand and mud of Tokuhashi and Endo (1983; 1984) , here referred to as the Ichinono “Member,” Kongochi Formation ...
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