Early period of Early Permian tubular cyanobacteria reef in the eastern part of south Qinling Mountains
Iceberg rafting and scouring in the Early Permian Shoalhaven Group of New South Wales, Australia: Evidence of Heinrich-like events?
Early Permian location of western North American terranes based on brachiopod, fusulinid, and coral biogeography
Jinzhangia, a new staffellid Fusulinoidea from the middle Permian Daaozi Formation of the Baoshan Block, west Yunnan, China
Late Paleozoic faunal, climatic, and geographic changes in the Baoshan block as a Gondwana-derived continental fragment in southwest China
Characteristics of reef and bank and the fluctuation of sea-level in Feixianguan Period of Late Permian-Early Triassic, East Sichuan Basin
Palaeoecological and phylogenetic implications of a new scleractiniamorph genus from Permian sponge reefs, south China
Upper Permian as a new play model on the mid-Norwegian continental shelf: Investigated by shallow stratigraphic drilling
Permian fusulinoidean faunas of the Sibumasu and Baoshan blocks: their implications for the paleogeographic and paleoclimatologic reconstruction of the Cimmerian Continent
Geochemical variations within a laminated evaporite deposit: Evidence for brine composition during formation of the Permian Castile Formation, Texas and New Mexico, USA
Depositional environments of the White Rim sandstone member of the Permian Cutler formation, Canyonlands National Park, Utah
The White Rim Sandstone Member of the Permian Cutler Formation in Canyonlands National Park, southeastern Utah, was deposited in a coastal eolian environment. The White Rim consists of three types of eolian deposits: dune, interdune, and sabkha. Characteristics of the dune deposits are large-to medium-scale, unidirectional, tabular planar crossbed sets; high-index ripples oriented parallel to the dip direction of the foresets; inverse graded laminations formed by ripple migration; sand-flow toes; and raindrop impressions. Interdune deposits are of two types, erosional and depositional, formed under varying degrees of wetness. Erosional interdune deposits are characterized by thin, coarse sand to granule size, bimodal...
Late Palaeozoic corals of Tibet (Xizang) and West Yunnan, Southwest China: successions and palaeobiogeography