publication . Article . 2002

Biotic responses to the Late Devonian global events: Introductory remarks

Baliński, Andrzej; Olempska, Ewa; Racki, Grzegorz;
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  • Published: 01 Jan 2002
  • Country: Poland
Abstract
The main aim of this thematic issue is to present new high-resolution taxonomic data and ecologic interpretations that are currently available for the Kellwasser Crisis and other Late Devonian events from different parts of the Devonian world. Nine contributions present results of studies of eastern Laurussian epeiric successions in the framework of the international project “Ecosystem Aspects of Late Devonian Biotic Crisis”
Subjects
free text keywords: Devonian, Kellwasser Crisis, Biotic Crisis
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