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Appearance and composition of the <span class="search-highlight">Shihhotse</span> <span class="search-highlight">Formation</span>, Hamashan <span class="search-highlight">Formation</span>, ...
Published: 17 March 2020
Fig. 4.— Appearance and composition of the Shihhotse Formation, Hamashan Formation, and Hongla Formation in the study area. A , B ) The Lower Triassic Hongla Formation. C , D ) The conglomerates of the upper Permian Hamashan Formation. E ) The characteristics of the sandstone at the top
Journal Article
Published: 01 March 2011
Journal of the Geological Society (2011) 168 (2): 607–619.
...Liadan G. Stevens; Jason Hilton; David P.G. Bond; Ian J. Glasspool; Phillip E. Jardine Abstract: Permian continental sequences from North China contain previously unrecognized episodes of plant radiation and elevated extinction. The earliest extinction, in the Lower Shihhotse Formation (Roadian...
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Journal: PALAIOS
Published: 17 March 2020
PALAIOS (2020) 35 (3): 122–134.
...Fig. 4.— Appearance and composition of the Shihhotse Formation, Hamashan Formation, and Hongla Formation in the study area. A , B ) The Lower Triassic Hongla Formation. C , D ) The conglomerates of the upper Permian Hamashan Formation. E ) The characteristics of the sandstone at the top...
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Series: GSA Special Papers
Published: 01 January 1981
DOI: 10.1130/SPE187-p237
... part of Shansi Formation of Henan. The species described as Dioonites densinervis by Halle in the Lower Shihhotse Formation of central Shansi, transferred to the genus Nilssonia and recorded by Stockmans and Mathieu in the upper part of the Chao Ko Chuang Series of Kaiping Basin, is thought...
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Composite sedimentary log of the Eastern and Western Hills sections in Taiy...
Published: 01 March 2011
extinction episode in the Lower Shihhotse Formation (LSF) with stepwise loss of taxa, a more pronounced period of extinction in the middle of the Upper Shihhotse Formation (mUSF) and a rapid extinction at the end of the range of plant species in the upper part of the Upper Shihhotse Formation (uUSF). Bed
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Stratigraphic framework for the Permian plant fossil assemblages from the E...
Published: 01 March 2011
Fig. 1. Stratigraphic framework for the Permian plant fossil assemblages from the Eastern and Western Hills in Taiyuan, Shanxi Province, China. Stage duration from Gradstein & Ogg (2004 ), with stratigraphic ranges of the Benxi, Taiyuan, Shanxi and Lower Shihhotse formations from Wang (2010
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Range chart of floras from North China from the Cisuralian to Middle Triass...
Published: 14 December 2022
Heshanggou Formation; bH—basal Heshanggou Formation; ULJG—Upper Liujiagou Formation; LLJG—Lower Liujiagou Formation; USJG—Upper Sunjiagou Formation; MSJG—Middle Sunjiagou Formation; LSJG—Lower Sunjiagou Formation; UUSH—Upper Upper Shihhotse Formation; MUSH—Middle Upper Shihhotse Formation; LUSH—Lower Upper
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Model of floral community’s changeovers associated with different animals d...
Published: 14 December 2022
disturbance interval; LMUUSHZ—Lower-Middle-Upper Shihhotse Formation; tUSHZ—topmost Upper Upper Shihhotse Formation; Fm.—Formation; g. extinction—gigantopterid flora extinction; T1–T5—floral transition 1–5; EPPE—end-Permian plant extinction event.
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Rhizoliths and root system.  A ,  B ) Rhizoliths preserved in aluminum-rich...
Published: 17 March 2020
Fig. 5.— Rhizoliths and root system. A , B ) Rhizoliths preserved in aluminum-rich bed of Shihhotse Formation from the Mangniushan Section. C – E ) The extended structures (main branches) in the root system.
Journal Article
Journal: Geology
Published: 05 February 2021
Geology (2021) 49 (6): 677–681.
... terrestrial system in North China. The Upper Shihhotse Formation spans the latest Asselian to the early Kungurian, as opposed to its previous Wordian to Wuchiapingian age assignments. A major depositional gap during the late Cisuralian to Guadalupian in the northern North China block may have been caused...
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Lithological columns of the studied sections in North China showing the lit...
Published: 14 December 2022
interval without fossil plants, and the upper dashed line marks the occurrence of Early Triassic fossil plants in the studied sections. Fm.—Formation; Tetra.—Tetrapods; LJG—Liujiagou Formation; SJG—Sunjiagou Formation; HSG—Heshanggou Formation; USHZ—Upper Shihhotse Formation; QS—Qishan Formation.
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Journal: GSA Bulletin
Published: 14 December 2022
GSA Bulletin (2023) 135 (7-8): 1747–1767.
... Heshanggou Formation; bH—basal Heshanggou Formation; ULJG—Upper Liujiagou Formation; LLJG—Lower Liujiagou Formation; USJG—Upper Sunjiagou Formation; MSJG—Middle Sunjiagou Formation; LSJG—Lower Sunjiagou Formation; UUSH—Upper Upper Shihhotse Formation; MUSH—Middle Upper Shihhotse Formation; LUSH—Lower Upper...
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Other fossils associated with fossil plants. (A–D) CT scanned 3-D photos of...
Published: 14 December 2022
Figure 9. Other fossils associated with fossil plants. (A–D) CT scanned 3-D photos of a Temnospondyli tooth from the fossil-plant-bearing horizon of the Upper Shihhotse Formation in the Shichuanhe section in North China showing a well-preserved inner structure; (E) fragment of an insect wing
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Late Permian to Triassic biotic and environmental changes in North China. I...
Published: 14 December 2022
and red beds are modified from Wang (2010) and other data are in Supplemental Data Files 2–9 (see footnote 1 ). Fms—Formations; USHZ—Upper Shihhotse Formation; SJG—Sunjiagou Formation; LJG—Liujiagou Formation; HSG—Heshanggou Formation; EMY—Ermaying Formation; Spo.—sporomorph assemblages; Cisura
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Plant fossils, cuticles, and in situ pollens from the top part of the Upper...
Published: 14 December 2022
Figure 3. Plant fossils, cuticles, and in situ pollens from the top part of the Upper Shihhotse Formation of the Shichuanhe and Liulin sections in North China. (A–C) Autunia -type ovuliferous organs. (D) Small fragmentary pinna of Sphenopteris . (E and F) Strap-like leaf in E and broken leaf
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Compilation of Permian global events in parallel with Earth system changes ...
Published: 05 February 2021
Figure 2. Compilation of Permian global events in parallel with Earth system changes in the North China block. Red dashed line represents the unconformity from the late Cisuralian to Guadalupian (ca. 280–260 Ma) between the Upper Shihhotse and Sunjiagou Formations. LSh— Lower Shihhotse. Red
Journal Article
Journal: Lithosphere
Publisher: GSW
Published: 18 May 2017
Lithosphere (2017) 9 (4): 595–608.
... significance. Furthermore, three floral extinction events in north China in the upper middle Permian Period (the Xiashihezi Formation; formerly the Low Shihhotse Formation) were reported by Stevens et al. (2011) . The purpose of this paper is to study the distribution of wildfire under wet tropical...
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Journal: Palynology
Published: 28 April 2023
Palynology (2023) 47 (2): 2142860.
.... The Sinulatisporites shansiensis – Crucisaccites (previously also Corrisacites ) quadratoides assemblage from the Lower Shihezi (Shihhotse) Formation is typical and representative of the Guadalupian Permian of the North China Paleoblock (Ouyang and Hou 1999 ). It shows similarities to our QR assemblage...
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Journal Article
Journal: Geology
Published: 01 March 2018
Geology (2018) 46 (5): 423–426.
... unequivocal evidence for ∼280-m.y.-old fossil starch grains that were resolved via multiple microscopic and chemical analyses. A diverse array of megaspores was recovered from a coal layer in the lower part of the Lower Shihhotse Formation (Artinskian, ca. 290.1–283.5 Ma) in north China (Fig. DR1...
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Series: SEPM Concepts in Sedimentology and Paleontology
Published: 01 January 2013
DOI: 10.2110/sepmcsp.11.126
EISBN: 9781565762893
... Formation. Zhang Shan-zhen et al. (1987) cited Shansi Formation coal from Tangshan (C161: 39.5°N, 118°E), Baotou (C162: 40°N, 110°E), Chengcheng (C163: 35°N, 110°E), and Suxian (C164: 33.5°N, 117°E), Lower Shihhotse Formation coal from Taiyuan (C165: 38°N, 112°E), Tangshan (C166: 35.5°N, 118°E), Chengcheng...
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