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Study of Late Triassic biofacies and associated paleoecology reveals new silicified shallow-water corals and other fossils from new and previously known localities within the Alexander terrane (Keku Strait and Gravina Island, southeast Alaska) and Wrangellia (Wrangell Mountains, Alaska, and Vancouver Island, British Columbia). Twenty-five species of coral are identified from eight localities within the Alexander terrane and 34 species are identified from four localities in Wrangellia. Distributions of silicified shallow-water marine fossils contribute to Late Triassic (Norian–Rhaetian) paleoecology, biotic diversity, and terrane paleogeography. Depositional environments establish the conditions in which these organisms lived as well as provide evidence for lithological...

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