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Journal Article
Journal: PALAIOS
Published: 01 May 2008
PALAIOS (2008) 23 (5): 270–279.
...Hajime Naruse; Ko Nifuku Abstract Details of the three-dimensional morphology of the ichnofossil Phycosiphon incertum collected from deposits on submarine slopes are reconstructed by processing a series of images obtained from polished sections of the samples. Samples were collected from...
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Journal Article
Published: 01 November 1994
Journal of Paleontology (1994) 68 (6): 1396–1402.
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Photomicrographs of  <b>Phycosiphon</b> <b>incertum</b>  type B in the upper shale member...
Published: 01 September 2013
Fig. 6 Photomicrographs of Phycosiphon incertum type B in the upper shale member of the Bakken Formation. A) Example of Phycosiphon incertum type B that disrupt siltstone laminae (silt composition largely quartz with some dolomite) and are infilled with dark clay minerals and AOM
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FIGURE 1 —Vertical section of the ichnofossil  <b>Phycosiphon</b> <b>incertum</b>  in san...
in > PALAIOS
Published: 01 May 2008
FIGURE 1 —Vertical section of the ichnofossil Phycosiphon incertum in sandy siltstone. Lower part of the section is the bedding surface of the turbidite, and ichnofossils are uniformly oblique with respect to the bedding plane suggested by a dashed line. Scale is 1 cm.
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FIGURE 7 —Visual description of  <b>Phycosiphon</b> <b>incertum</b>  in vertical sections...
in > PALAIOS
Published: 01 May 2008
FIGURE 7 —Visual description of Phycosiphon incertum in vertical sections. A) Vertical section of Phycosiphon incertum oblique to the bedding plane. The outlined black arrow indicates the core, and the white arrow indicates the mantle of the burrows. Scale is 1 cm. B) Meniscus backfilling
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FIGURE 12 —Rendered images of  <b>Phycosiphon</b>  <b>incertum</b>. A) Morphology of  Phy...
in > PALAIOS
Published: 01 May 2008
FIGURE 12 —Rendered images of Phycosiphon incertum. A) Morphology of Phycosiphon incertum from the viewpoint of the direction toward northwest. Vertical lobe (a) appears to be tighter than the horizontal lobe (b). B) Phycosiphon incertum from the viewpoint toward southeast. C) Comparison
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FIGURE 14 —Retrodeformed morphology of  <b>Phycosiphon</b> <b>incertum</b>  on the basis ...
in > PALAIOS
Published: 01 May 2008
FIGURE 14 —Retrodeformed morphology of Phycosiphon incertum on the basis of flattening of burrow tubes. Curvatures of retrodeformed loops are isotropic in vertical (a) and horizontal (b) lobes, and tube thickness is relatively constant. Scale of bounding box is 8.99 mm high, 8.73 mm wide
Journal Article
Published: 01 March 2007
Journal of the Geological Society (2007) 164 (2): 359–369.
... Teichichnus rectus , Teichichnus isp. A, Thalassinoides isp., Palaeophycus heberti , Diplocraterion parallelum , Rhizocorallium , Rosselia socialis , Schaubcylindrichnus isp., Chondrites isp., Planolites isp. and Phycosiphon incertum . Ichnofabrics were studied at 5 m intervals parallel to the modern cliff...
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FIGURE 8— Measurements of size distribution of cores of  <b>Phycosiphon</b> incert...
in > PALAIOS
Published: 01 May 2008
FIGURE 8— Measurements of size distribution of cores of Phycosiphon incertum in vertical section from interior or exterior of slump scars. Labels for X and Y axes the same for all graphs. A) Summarized data from all locations. B) E–W-oriented section from interior. C) E–W-oriented sections from
Journal Article
Journal: AAPG Bulletin
Published: 01 October 2017
AAPG Bulletin (2017) 101 (10): 1625–1673.
... proposed a dynamic model that includes dysoxic bottom-water conditions and bed-load transport processes to account for observations of small Phycosiphon incertum fecal strings, small Planolites trace fossils, and millimeter-scale lags and downlapping silt laminae. Detailed descriptions were...
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Journal Article
Journal: AAPG Bulletin
Published: 01 October 2012
AAPG Bulletin (2012) 96 (10): 1957–1980.
...) models of petroleum flow through the sand-rich burrow halos of Phycosiphon incertum illustrate the possible pathways of fluid flow through bioturbated low matrix permeability facies ( Spila et al., 2007 ). The 2-D representation of hydrocarbon migration was based on capillary threshold pressure...
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Journal Article
Published: 01 June 2011
Bulletin of Canadian Petroleum Geology (2011) 59 (2): 103–111.
... . Wetzel A. Bromley R.G. 1994 . Phycosiphon incertum revisited: Anconichnus horizontalis is its junior subjective synonym . Journal of Paleontology 68 (6) , 1396 – 1402 . Wetzel A Uchman A. 1997 . Ichnology of deep-sea overbank deposits of the Ganei slates (Eocene...
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Journal Article
Published: 01 June 2010
Bulletin of Canadian Petroleum Geology (2010) 58 (2): 115–140.
.... A. Cylindrichnus isp ., Diplocraterion helmerseni, Palaeophycus tubularis and Planolites isp , well C-040-C/94-I-02, 691.4m. B. Cylindrichnus isp , Diplocraterion cf. D. habichi, Palaeophycus heberti and Phycosiphon incertum, well C-040-C/94-I-02, 686.8 m. C. Diplocraterion cf. D. habichi...
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Journal Article
Published: 01 July 2008
Journal of Sedimentary Research (2008) 78 (7): 458–479.
... deposits. Synaeresis cracks and soft-sediment deformation is present. G) Unburrowed to sparsely bioturbated hummocky cross-stratified very fine-grained sandstone with synaeresis cracks and high-density suite of Phycosiphon incertum in fair-weather mudstone. H) Interbedded mudstone and wave-ripple...
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Journal Article
Published: 01 August 2015
Journal of Sedimentary Research (2015) 85 (8): 903–936.
... containing Phycosiphon . Overlying strata containing delta front, interdistributary bay, terminal distributary channel, distributary mouth bar, and distributary channel deposits signaled the reactivation of the delta lobe. Ultimately, these deltaic environments were incised into and became overlain...
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FIGURE 10 —A) Stereonet diagram showing bedding and orientation planes of  ...
in > PALAIOS
Published: 01 May 2008
FIGURE 10 —A) Stereonet diagram showing bedding and orientation planes of Phycosiphon incertum in both the interior and exterior of slump scars. B) Schematic diagram of the relationship between the Phycosiphon orientation and bedding planes.
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Selected core intervals illustrating the distal  Cruziana  ichnofacies of t...
Published: 01 June 2012
Figure 7 Selected core intervals illustrating the distal Cruziana ichnofacies of the Bakken Formation. Elements include Phycosiphon incertum (Ph), Nereites missouriensis (Ne), Teichichnus rectus (Te), Asterosoma isp. (As), and Planolites montanus (Pl). From Angulo and Buatois (2009) .
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Examples of the distal  Cruziana  Ichnofacies indicating fully marine condi...
Published: 01 September 2017
Figure 8. Examples of the distal Cruziana Ichnofacies indicating fully marine conditions (Ne = Nereites missouriensis, As = Asterosoma isp.) A) Core photograph of F2 a showing N. missouriensis and Phycosiphon incertum (Well ID: 131/10-03-030-29W3M/00); B) Core photograph of F2
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Photographs of additional bedding-parallel burrows in the upper shale membe...
Published: 01 September 2013
Fig. 5 Photographs of additional bedding-parallel burrows in the upper shale member of the Bakken Formation. A) Horizontal, Phycosiphon incertum type A burrows (arrows) in macrofossil-debris-bearing massive mudstones (FA 3). Note that the burrow infill is darker in color than the surrounding
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Core photographs displaying the sedimentary facies that characterise the Ba...
Published: 01 September 2017
Figure 5. Core photographs displaying the sedimentary facies that characterise the Bakken Formation, west-central Saskatchewan (Br = Brachiopod, Cr = Crinoid, Ne = Nereites missouriensis, Ph = Phycosiphon incertum, Pl = Planolites montanus, Ro = Rosselia socialis, Te = Teichichnus