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Cross-section of the <b>Schwarzrand</b> <b>Subgroup</b> in the Witputs subbasin, modified...
Published: 01 September 2005
Figure 3. Cross-section of the Schwarzrand Subgroup in the Witputs subbasin, modified from Saylor (2003) , showing positions of ash beds relative to large-scale sequences Sa through Sf and medium-scale sequences 1 through 18, and relative to the three palaeogeographic zones of the Huns-Spitskop
Journal Article
Published: 01 September 2005
Geological Magazine (2005) 142 (5): 519–538.
...Figure 3. Cross-section of the Schwarzrand Subgroup in the Witputs subbasin, modified from Saylor (2003) , showing positions of ash beds relative to large-scale sequences Sa through Sf and medium-scale sequences 1 through 18, and relative to the three palaeogeographic zones of the Huns-Spitskop...
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Stratigraphic columns of the Kuibis and <b>Schwarzrand</b> <b>subgroups</b> ( a ) in the ...
Published: 01 January 2016
Figure 1 Stratigraphic columns of the Kuibis and Schwarzrand subgroups ( a ) in the vicinity of Witputs in the Witputs subbasin and ( b ) along the Zebra River in the Zaris subbasin showing positions of dated and undated ash beds, fossil distributions, and stratigraphic variation in δ 13 C
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Simplified stratigraphic columns of the Kuibis and <b>Schwarzrand</b> <b>subgroups</b> (a...
Published: 01 September 2005
Figure 2. Simplified stratigraphic columns of the Kuibis and Schwarzrand subgroups (a) in the vicinity of Witputs in the Witputs subbasin and (b) along the Zebra River in the Zaris subbasin showing positions of dated and undated ash beds, fossil distributions and stratigraphic variation in d13C
Journal Article
Published: 01 September 2005
Geological Magazine (2005) 142 (5): 465–498.
... Subgroup in the southern part of the basin. The Proterozoic–Cambrian transition in southern Namibia is most probably located as low as the middle Schwarzrand Subgroup. The environmentally controlled occurrence of Trichophycus pedum undermines the local stratigraphic significance of this trace fossil which...
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Journal Article
Published: 01 December 2008
South African Journal of Geology (2008) 111 (4): 357–368.
... Member of the Matjies River Formation (CCG) with the Kuibis Subgroup (Nama Group) as well as the Groenefontein Formation (CCG) with the Vingerbreek Member of the lower Schwarzrand Subgroup (Nama Group) is proposed. The correlation of the Nooitgedagt Member (CCG) with units of the Port Nolloth and Nama...
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Journal Article
Published: 01 March 2012
South African Journal of Geology (2012) 115 (1): 91–102.
...G.J.B. GERMS; C. GAUCHER Abstract Erosional surfaces within the late Ediacaran upper Kuibis and lower Schwarzrand Subgroups of the Nama Group, that extend from the Klein Karas Mountains in Namibia eastward to the Namibian-South African border and from southern Namibia to Nigramoep (near Springbok...
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Journal Article
Published: 01 January 2009
Journal of Paleontology (2009) 83 (1): 110–122.
...P. A. Cohen; A. Bradley; A. H. Knoll; J. P. Grotzinger; S. Jensen; J. Abelson; K. Hand; G. Love; J. Metz; N. McLoughlin; P. Meister; R. Shepard; M. Tice; J. P. Wilson Abstract Abundant tubular macrofossils occur in finely laminated siltstones and shales of the 548–542 Ma Schwarzrand Subgroup, Nama...
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Journal Article
Published: 01 June 2014
South African Journal of Geology (2014) 117 (1): 129–148.
... from base to top into the Kuibis, Schwarzrand and Fish River Subgroups (e.g. Germs, 1983 ; Figure 3 ). Each of these subgroups is distinguished by its own lithological characteristics. The sedimentary rocks of the Kuibis Subgroup are generally white and quartz-rich, whereas those of the Schwarzrand...
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Figure  2 — 1,  Stratigraphic section of the Feldschuhhorn Member, Schwarzr...
Published: 01 January 2009
Figure 2 — 1, Stratigraphic section of the Feldschuhhorn Member, Schwarzrand Subgroup; 2, Stratigraphic section of the Vingerbreek Member, Nudaus Formation, Schwarzrand Subgroup
Journal Article
Published: 01 March 2014
Journal of Paleontology (2014) 88 (2): 240–252.
..., 2005 ). Three-dimensional Nama-style preservation ( Fig. 1 .2), characteristic of the Kuibis and Schwarzrand subgroups of Namibia, entombs organisms within mass-flows or storm event sediments as opposed to preservation under event sediments at the base of the event bed ( Jenkins, 1992 ; Narbonne, 2005...
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Journal Article
Published: 01 September 2005
Geological Magazine (2005) 142 (5): 583–604.
... and was buried by the shallow marine siliciclastics of the Schwarzrand Subgroup and molasse deposits of the Fish River Subgroup. The Hoogland Member is the focus of this study. Figure 2. LANDSAT TM Image of study area showing positions of reference section (Fig. 9 ), bed tracing, and photograph...
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FIGURE 1 —Study Location. (A) Generalized stratigraphy of the studied succe...
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Published: 01 December 2002
FIGURE 1 —Study Location. (A) Generalized stratigraphy of the studied successions of the Nama Group (terminal Proterozoic to Cambrian), Namibia. (B) Map showing exposure area of Nama Group and localities discussed in the text. K=Kuibis Subgroup, SR=Schwarzrand Subgroup, FS=Fish River Subgroup, NNC
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Geological and stratigraphic setting of the lower Nama Group. (a) Schematic...
Published: 01 September 2005
Figure 4. Geological and stratigraphic setting of the lower Nama Group. (a) Schematic south-to-north cross-section across the Zaris subbasin. Note section locations. Modified after Germs (1983) . (b) Generalized stratigraphy of Kuibis Subgroup and overlying Schwarzrand Subgroup. An ash bed
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(a) Location map showing exposures of the Nama Group in the Zaris (Z) and W...
Published: 01 September 2005
Figure 1. (a) Location map showing exposures of the Nama Group in the Zaris (Z) and Witputs (W) subbasins in Namibia with inset showing location of Namibia in southern Africa. (b) Location map showing exposures of the Schwarzrand Subgroup in the Witputs subbasin. Letters refer to farm localities
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(a) Generalized geological map of Southern Namibia showing eastward youngin...
Published: 01 September 2005
from Germs, 1983 ). The basal Kuibis carbonate platform interfingers with the Urikos Member and was buried by the shallow marine siliciclastics of the Schwarzrand Subgroup and molasse deposits of the Fish River Subgroup. The Hoogland Member is the focus of this study.
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LANDSAT TM Image of study area showing positions of reference section (Fig....
Published: 01 September 2005
, light grey-white area to the southeast is shales of the Urikos Member, and dark grey area to the north and east is siliciclastics of Schwarzrand Subgroup. Note extensive canyon incision providing the opportunity for section correlation in three dimensions. Location of grainstone pinchouts determined
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Geologic and stratigraphic setting of the lower Nama Group. Modified from  ...
Published: 01 October 2005
, the carbonate ramp thickens, and facies change to deeper water depositional systems. The box and arrow approximate the location and setting of the area of study. Modified from Germs (1983) . (B) Generalized stratigraphy of the Kuibis Subgroup and the overlying Schwarzrand Subgroup (for the location, see
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Oblique view of the digital elevation model (DEM) and associated aerial ima...
Published: 01 July 2004
Omkyk Sequence 1). The Driedoornvlakte platform has a width of 10 km, a thickness of approximately 500 m, and makes up the bulk of the mountain (Pi = platform interior; Pm = platform margin; B = basin). Deep-water shales of the Urikos Member (U), and shale and quartzite of the Schwarzrand Subgroup (SS
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A)  Map showing location of field area, exposures of the Nama Group, the Da...
Published: 01 March 2003
Figure 2 A) Map showing location of field area, exposures of the Nama Group, the Damara Belt (DB), and the Gariep Belt (GB). Inset shows location of Namibia in southern Africa. B) Map showing exposures of the Schwarzrand Subgroup and extent of carbonate facies in the Urusis Formation