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Journal Article
Published: 01 May 2010
Journal of Paleontology (2010) 84 (3): 417–443.
...SANGMIN LEE; DUCK K. CHOI; G. R. SHI Abstract We provide the first detailed systematic taxonomy and paleoecological investigation of late Paleozoic brachiopod faunas from Korea. Specifically, we focus on the brachiopods from the Geumcheon-Jangseong Formation, the lower part of the Pyeongan...
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Journal Article
Published: 20 November 2017
Geological Magazine (2019) 156 (3): 471–484.
... of coal measures in the lower part of the Pyeongan Supergroup. Among the coalfields in the Taebaeksan Basin, the Samcheok coalfield contains relatively well-preserved and well-exposed sections and therefore has been regarded as the type area of the upper Palaeozoic succession in South Korea. It has been...
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Journal Article
Published: 01 July 2022
Journal of Paleontology (2022) 96 (4): 939–949.
... siltstone slab reported in this study was collected from the Jangseong section (37°06′05″N, 129°00′46″E). The Jigunsan Formation is a Middle Ordovician lithostratigraphic unit of the Taebaek Group of the Joseon Supergroup deposited in the Taebaeksan Basin of South Korea ( Fig. 1 ), which was part...
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Journal Article
Published: 01 February 2013
Environmental & Engineering Geoscience (2013) 19 (1): 69–83.
...JANGWON SUH; YOSOON CHOI; HYEONG-DONG PARK; SUK-HO YOON; WA-RA GO Abstract This paper presents a case study of subsidence hazard assessment using geographic information systems (GIS) in an abandoned coal mine area in South Korea. A spatial database was constructed using mine drift maps, topographic...
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Series: SEPM Concepts in Sedimentology and Paleontology
Published: 01 January 2013
DOI: 10.2110/sepmcsp.11.126
EISBN: 9781565762893
... there is widespread bauxite in North and South China plus Korea indicating tropical-subtropical conditions. New World and European “mixtures” of calcretes with coals are compatible with westward increase in aridity in both Europe and North America. The western limits in the Old World are unknown, but might well...
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