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An early Permian subtropical carbonate system : sedimentology and diagenesis of the Raanes and Great Bear Cape formations, Sverdrup Basin, Arctic Canada
The Early Permian (Sakmarian to Kungarian) Raanes and Great Bear Cape formations of the Sverdrup Basin were deposited at a time of ocean cooling, and are interpreted to reflect a subtropical setting. Pelmatozoans, bryozoans, ...
Deposition and diagenesis of the early Permian Lower Parmeener Supergroup limestones, Tasmania
The Lower Parmeener Supergroup consists of 500 to 900 metres of marine and terrigenous sedimentary rocks, deposited in the high-latitude Tasmania Basin during the late Carboniferous to middle Permian, at the end of the ...
The structural, thermal, and fluid evolution of the Livingstone Range anticlinorium, and its regional significance to the southern Alberta foreland thrust and fold belt
The Livingstone Range anticlinorium (LRA) is a long (>65 km) narrow (<5 km) structural culmination that coincides with a major hanging-wall ramp across which the Livingstone thrust cuts ~1000 m up-section eastward from a ...