publication . Article . 1911

The Carboniferous Succession in Gower (Glamorganshire), with Notes on its Fauna & Conditions of Deposition

Dixon, E. E. L.; Vaughan, A.;
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  • Published: 01 Feb 1911 Journal: Quarterly Journal of the Geological Society, volume 67, pages 477-571 (issn: 0370-291X, Copyright policy)
  • Publisher: Geological Society of London
Abstract
I. Introduction [E.E.L.D. & A.V.]. The object with which the Avonian rocks of Gower described in the present paper were examined was primarily the comparison of their faunal sequence with that of Bristol and other parts of the South-Western Province. In this connexion valuable pioneer work on parts of the sequence had already been done by Dr. W. B. Gubbin and it was desired that our knowledge should be extended to the whole development, as also to the relationship of the zones that are based on brachiopods and corals with the representative of the Pendleside Series which had been recognized in Gower by Dr. Wheelton Hind. For in Gower alone of the whole province ...
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free text keywords: Fauna, Ecological succession, Paleontology, Geological survey, Carboniferous, Geology
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