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Gondwana Six: Stratigraphy, Sedimentology, and Paleontology

Vol. 41, 1987

GEOPHYSICAL MONOGRAPH SERIES, VOL. 41, 250 PP., 1987
ISSN: 0065-8448; ISBN: 0-87590-067-4

Gondwana Six: Stratigraphy, Sedimentology, and Paleontology

G. D. McKenzie (Ed.)

This volume contains many of the papers presented at the Sixth International Gondwana Symposium, held at the Institute of Polar Studies, The Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio, August 19–23, 1985. The symposium was the first held outside the Gondwanaland continents; other symposia were held in Buenos Aires, Argentina, 1967; Cape Town and Johannesburg, South Africa, 1970; Canberra, Australia, 1973; Calcutta, India, 1977; and Wellington, New Zealand, 1980.

Citation: McKenzie, G. D. (Ed.) (1987), Gondwana Six: Stratigraphy, Sedimentology, and Paleontology, Geophys. Monogr. Ser., vol. 41, 250 pp., AGU, Washington, D. C., doi:10.1029/GM041.

Collinson, J. W.; Elliot, D. H.; Haban, S. M.; McKenzie, G. D.

Preface

pp. ix-ix

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Banks, Maxwell R.; Clarke, Michael J.

Changes in the geography of the Tasmania Basin in the Late Paleozoic

pp. 1-14

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Dickins, J. M.; Shah, S. C.

The relationship of the Indian and western Australian Permian marine faunas

pp. 15-20

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Stait, Bryan; Burrett, Clive

Biogeography of Australian and southeast Asian Ordovician nautiloids

pp. 21-28

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Retallack, G. J.

Triassic vegetation and geography of the New Zealand portion of the Gondwana supercontinent

pp. 29-39

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Young, G. C.

Devonian vertebrates of Gondwana

pp. 41-50

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Collinson, James W.; Kemp, Noel R.; Eggert, J. Thomas

Comparison of the Triassic Gondwana sequences in the Transantarctic Mountains and Tasmania

pp. 51-61

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Zeller, Edward J.; Dreschhoff, Gisela A. M.

Radioactive minerals and the pre-Beacon erosion surface, Antarctica

pp. 63-72

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Hammer, W. R.

Paleoecology and phylogeny of the Trematosauridae

pp. 73-83

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Macellari, Carlos E.

Progressive endemism in the Late Cretaceous ammonite family Kossmaticeratidae and the breakup of Gondwanaland

pp. 85-92

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Crame, J. A.

Late Mesozoic bivalve biogeography of Antarctica

pp. 93-102

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Gravenor, C. P.; von Brunn, V.

Aspects of Late Paleozoic glacial sedimentation in parts of the Paraná basin, brazil, and the Karoo basin, South Africa, with special reference to the origin of massive diamictite

pp. 103-111

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von Brunn, V.

A facies analysis of permo-carboniferous glacigenic deposits along a paleoscarp in northern Natal, South Africa

pp. 113-122

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Visser, J. N. J.

The influence of topography on the permo-carboniferous glaciation in the Karoo Basin and adjoining areas, southern Africa

pp. 123-129

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Oelofsen, B. W.

The biostratigraphy and fossils of the Whitehill and Irati shale formations of the Karoo and Paraná basins

pp. 131-138

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le Roux, J. P.; Toens, P. D.

The Permo-Triassic uranium deposits of Gondwanaland

pp. 139-146

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Battail, Bernard; Beltan, Laurence; Dutuit, Jean-Michel

Africa and Madagascar during Permo-Triassic time: The evidence of the vertebrate faunas

pp. 147-155

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Wright, R. P.; Askin, R. A.

The Permian-Triassic boundary in the southern Morondava basin of Madagascar as defined by plant microfossils

pp. 157-166

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Casshyap, S. M.; Srivastava, V. K.

Glacial and proglacial Talchir sedimentation in Son-Mahanadi Gondwana basin: Paleogeographic reconstruction

pp. 167-182

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Chatterjee, S.

A new theropod dinosaur from India with remarks on the Gondwana-Laurasia connection in the Late Triassic

pp. 183-189

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Singh, Trilochan

Paleoclimatic significance of fauna and mioflora of the Garu formation (Permian), Arunachal Pradesh, eastern Himalaya

pp. 191-194

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Tripathi, C.; Singh, Gopal

Gondwana and associated rocks of the Himalaya and their significance

pp. 195-205

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Sahni, Ashok; Rana, R. S.; Prasad, G. V. R.

New evidence for paleobiogeographic intercontinental Gondwana relationships based on Late Cretaceous-earliest Paleocene coastal faunas from peninsular India

pp. 207-218

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Jain, Sohan L.; Roychowdhury, Tapan

Fossil vertebrates from the Pranhita-Godavari Valley (India) and their stratigraphic correlation

pp. 219-228

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Dutta, Prodip K.

Upper Kamthi: A riddle in the Gondwana stratigraphy of India

pp. 229-238

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Singh, Trilochan

Permian biogeography of the Indian subcontinent with special reference to the marine fauna

pp. 239-249

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