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Permian Reefs and Paleoecology in South China
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Permian Reefs and Paleoecology in South China
中国南方二叠纪生物礁与古生态
Language:  Chinese with English summary
Author:  Zhang Wei & Zhang Xiaolin
Pub. Date:  1992-01 Weight:   kg ISBN:  7116011072
Format:  Hardcover Pages:  147 pages with 10 plates
Subject:  Paleontology > Invertebrate
Series:   Size:  185x260mm
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Permian is an important period in the development of reef and reef-building organisms on the world. Numerous Middle and Upper Permian reefs with abundant fossils are widely distributed and well developed in South China. This book shows the results of the authors’ comprehensive research in the reefs, with emphasis on reef paleontology and paleoecology, which have been obtained through a series of field investigations and laboratory analysis during the last few years. The remarkable work have given a foundation for comparison study between Chinese and global Permian reefs in Chapter 1; Morphologic and structural features of organisms found in different reef facies are discussed in Chapter 2; Chapter 3 is dedicated to the description of the main groups of calcareous sponges. Twenty species of 12 genera of sphinctozoans, nine species of 6 genera of inozoans and two ecological types of Tabulozoa (scelerosponges) are described in the Chapter; Chapter 4 deals with some important terms of paleoecolgy; Chapter 5 presents a systematic description and exhaustive study of reef-building organism communities from various regions of South China; some important differences in structural features and compositions of these carbonate buildups are given in Chapter 6; Chapter 7 is a comprehensive Summing-up. Some important conclusions are presented.






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