Lower cretaceous ostracodes from Israel and Sinai

by A. Rosenfeld

Publisher: Geological Survey of Israel in Jerusalem

Written in English
Published: Pages: 134 Downloads: 499
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Subjects:

  • Ostracoda, Fossil,
  • Paleontology -- Cretaceous.,
  • Paleontology -- Israel

Edition Notes

StatementA. Rosenfeld and M. Raab.
SeriesSpecial publication (Geological Survey of Israel) -- no. 4, Special publication (Makhon ha-geʾologi (Israel)) -- no. 4
ContributionsRaab, M.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsQE817O8 R64 1984
The Physical Object
Paginationp. 85-134 :
Number of Pages134
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL19041824M

  Factors controlling grain composition and depositional environments of upper Cenomanian—Santonian limestones of Sinai are discussed. The mainly shallow-water, inner-platform setting investigated is subdivided into five major facies belts, each represented by several microfacies types (MFTs). Their lateral distribution patterns and their composition underline aclear relation Cited by: Jeletzky, J. A. / ILLUSTRATIONS OF CANADIAN FOSSILS: LOWER CRETACEOUS MARINE INDEX FOSSILS OF THE SEDIMENTARY BASINS OF WESTERN AND ARCTIC CANADA, Geologic Survey of Canada P , Ottawa, , pb, pages, 36 plates, 1 table (in pocket), - 3 -, $ The upper Albian to Turonian carbonate platform of the Ajlun Group interfingers with nearshore siliciclastics in the southeast (south of Ras en Naqb). This Jordan mid-Cretaceous platform represents the marginal part of the Levant platform that developed from Sinai westward (Bauer et al., ), and as far as southeastern Turkey (Kuss et al., ).   The Areif El Naqa domal anticline in northeastern Sinai is part of the ‘Syrian Arc’ which represents an intraplate orogen that has been formed since the late Cretaceous by inversion of an older half-gaben system as a consequence of the collision of the African and Eurasian plates. The here studied pre- and syn-deformational Upper Albian to Lower Eocene sedimentary succession in the Cited by:

The Israel Geological Survey map of Israel, South Sheet, scale shows a portion of Sinai with a similar structural pic-ture at Araif el Naga but records an interval of "Jurassic Undivided" between the Triassic and the Cretaceous. Our map, Text-fig. 1, adopts Said's geology for the Araif el Naga area. The Wadi Ruman Triassic has. Dragastan, O. - New algae in the Upper Jurassic and Lower Cretaceous in the Bicaz Valley, East Carpathians) Romania. - Revista Española de Micropaleontología III-2; pp. , 3 fig. 12 plts. Stapled extract, 4to. € Kuhry, B. - Lower Cretaceous planktonic Foraminifera from the Miravetes, Argos and represa Formations (S.E.   The Upper Cretaceous exposures in east central Sinai are represented by carbonate-dominated successions interbedding few sandstone, chert, shale and marl horizons. The recognised rock units are correlated with their counterparts commonly used in the Gulf of Suez region and central Sinai including from base to top: the Raha Formation, Abu Qada Formation, Wata Formation, Matulla Cited by: Abstract. The present state of knowledge of metacopine ostracods in the Jurassic is reviewed and their biostratigraphic significance analysed. Particular attention is paid to the disappearance of this group near the Pliensbachian/Toarcian boundary, which is an important but poorly known extinction event in the history of the by:

  Porous sandstone of Upper Jurassic to Lower Cretaceous age, ranging in thickness from 90 to m, is widespread in the northern Gulf area. This sandstone, commonly referred to as the Nubian sandstone, has hydrologic aquifer properties and is overlain by a sequence of Upper Cretaceous through Upper Eocene limestones, dolostones, chalks and Cited by: 2. During Cenomanian – Turonian time the Sinai Peninsula was a broad shallow shelf or carbonate ramp sloped northward across which the east-west shoreline of the Neo-Tethys Ocean fluctuated as sea level changed (Darwish, ; Bauer et al., , ).Over the Peninsula, the Cenomanian – Turonian Crisis corresponds to a hiatus and the absence of organic deposits (Lewy, ; Buchbinder et al Cited by: Cuphosolenus is a genus of extinct small to medium-sized sea snails, marine gastropod mollusks in the family Aporrhaidae and the superfamily Stromboidea, known from the Jurassic and lower Cretaceous periods. Cuphosolenus was named by Edouard Piette in Class: Gastropoda. trated by boreholes in southwest and central Sinai (Druckman et al., ), whereas to the south and southeast the Triassic section is truncated by the regional Early Cretaceous unconformity (Druckman, b). Goldberg () first suggested that part of the Triassic sequence in Israel be correlated using subsurface tech-.

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Lower Cretaceous ostracodes from Israel and Sinai. Jerusalem: Geological Survey of Israel, (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, National government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: A Rosenfeld; M Raab.

Ranges of Late Turonian — Coniacian ostracodes from Sinai (Egypt) and southern Israel are dated by the associated ammonites. Five ostracode Lower cretaceous ostracodes from Israel and Sinai book are described and illustrated from this region, including one new by: 6.

Lower Cretaceous Ostracodes from Israel and Sinai. 50 p., 11 pls, 4to, wrps € Roth, R., A Revision of the Ostracod Genus Kirkbya and Subgenus Amphissi.

Jurassic-Cretaceous Non-marine Ostracods from Israel genera Bairdia, Paracypris, Metacytheropteron, Amphicytherura, Cythereis, Veeniacythereis, Limb u r g h and Planileberis. Ostracods are abundant in samples of the UC-5 zone; N. vandenboldi is the dominant form in this zone and sometimes builds whole rocks in southern Israel (Gerry and Rosenfeld,P1.

1, fig. 9).Cited by: 5. Rosenfeld A. & Raab M. Lower Cretaceous ostracodes from Israel and Sinai. Israel Journal of Earth Sciences 33 (3): 85– Schaller H. Revisão estratigráfica da bacia de Sergipe-Alagoas.

Boletim Técnico da Petrobras 12 (1): 21– Schenck E.T. & McMasters J.H. Procedure in Taxonomy. Third Edition. Stanford University Cited by: 2. - Lower Cretaceous ostracodes from Israel and Sinai. Isr. Earth-Sci., 33, SOHN, Paleogeographicalimplications of nonmarine Lower CretaceousCyprideina in Israel and Metucytheropteron parnesi n.

(Ostrawda, Crust.). Zbid. 16, DISCUSSION Paik: What type of rocks did you examine in your study. How about population density. The well exposed Lower Cretaceous Risan Aneiza Formation in the area to the north and east of Gebel Maghara in northern Sinai yielded seventeen foraminiferal and thirteen ostracode species.

Late Cretaceous – Early Tertiary ostracodes from northeastern Sinai, Egypt: Biostratigraphy and palaeobiogeography. Article (PDF Available) January with 35 Reads How we measure 'reads'.

Oertli, H. Die Gattung Protocythere (Ostracoda) und verwandte Formen im Valanginien des zentralen Schweizer Jura. Eclogae Geologicae Helveticae 59 (1), Roseafeld, A.

& Raab, M. Lower Cretaceous ostracodes from Israel and Sinai. Israel Journal of Earth Sciences 33 (3), Triebel, E. by: Cretaceous — Paleogene Sequence Stratigraphy of the Levant Platform (Egypt, Sinai, Jordan) Platform Environments, Microfacies and Systems Tracts of the Upper Cenomanian — Lower Santonian of Sinai, Egypt and Raag, M.

() The palaeoenvironmental of Early Cretaceous ostracodes in Israel, in S. Crasquin Soleau, E. Braccini, and F Cited by: Jurassic and Early Cretaceous Ostracods from Western Australia: What They Reveal About Evolution of the Indian Ocean.

Lower Cretaceous ostracodes from Israel and Sinai. Geol Surv Israel Spec Pub 4. Israel J Earth Sci 33(3) Cited by: 3. Detailed study of ostracodes from the Maastrichtian-Early Eocene sections at Gebel Nukhul and Wadi Feiran in west-central Sinai yielded 38 ostracode species and subspecies belonging to 26 genera.

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Palynostratigraphy of the lower Cretaceous Gevar'am and Talme Yafe formations in the Gevar'am 2 well (southern coastal plain, Israel). Isr. Geol. Surv. Bull., 27 p. of 15 sections from northern Sinai allows the transfer of additional biostratigraphical data from other sections (Geyer et al.

; Bachmann and Kuss ). STEUBER AND BACHMANN: CRETACEOUS RUDIST BIVALVES TEXT-FIG. A, compilation of Upper Aptian–Lower Cenomanian lithostratigraphic units used in Sinai and Israel. B, key to Text Cited by: Journal of African Earth Sciences, Vol. 14, No.

3, pp./92 $+ Printed in Great Britain Pergamon Press Ltd Cretaceous ostracod biostratigraphy from Chad Basin in Nigeria E. OKOSUN Geological Survey of Nigeria, Kaduna, Nigeria (First received 26 April, 91; revised version received 26 September, 91) Abstract - A microfossil study of Kinasar-1 borehole from Cited by: Early Cretaceous ostracodes from Tethyan regions Cretaceous Research 11 3 /S(05)X 2-s 11 El Sogher A.

Late Cretaceous and Paleocene ostracods from the Waha and Heira formations of the Sirte Basin, Libya [M.S. thesis] University of Glasgow 12 Elewa A. Bassiouni M. Luger P. Lower Cretaceous Ostracoda from Israel and Sinai.

Lower Cretaceous palaeogeography of North-west Europe. Manawa staceyi n. (Puncidae, Ostracoda): soft anatomy and ontogeny. Courier Forschungsinstitut Senckenberg, ().Author: Rebecca Sian Pyne.

Read Volume 3 Issue 1 of Micropaleontology. This site uses cookies. By continuing to use our website, you are agreeing to our privacy policy. PDF | On Jul 1,Abdalla Metwally Shahin and others published Biostratigraphy of the subsurface Lower Cretaceous succession in the Bardawil area, Northern Sinai, Egypt.

| Find, read and cite. Bate, R. Bayliss, D.An outline account of the Cretaceous and Tertiary foraminifera and of the Cretaceous ostracodes of Tanzania, Proceedings of the Third African Micropalaeontological Colloquium, Cairo, Cited by: Nonmarine Ostracodes in the Lakota formation (Lower Cretaceous) from South Dakota and Wyoming.

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cloth; PI € 22 SOLD. Finger, Kenneth L. - Ostracoda from the lower Rincon Formation (Oligo-Miocene) of southern California. - Micropaleontology 29; pp.5 fig., 10 plts. Orig. extract with journal's cover with cancelled libr. stamp, very good, 4to. Israel. He pointed out that the Kurnub Early Cretaceous sandstone unconformably overlies the carbonatic marls of Late Jurassic sequences depending on the identified foraminifera and ostracoda representatives from the Middle East (Henson, ), and Europe (Oertli in Maync, ) as clues or criteria for indicating Upper Oxfordian age.

ItAuthor: Sa’d H. Basha. Palaeoenvironmental significance of Early Cretaceous foraminifera from northern Sinai, Egypt Article in Cretaceous Research 28(5) October with 66 Reads How we measure 'reads'.

Lower Cretaceous ostracodes from Israel and Sinai [] Rosenfeld, A. Jerusalem: Geological Survey of Israel, State of Israel Ministry of Energy and Infrastructure, Geological Survey of Israel, [] Description Book — 3 v.: ill.

; 28 cm. Online. Manual of Cretaceous ostracodes from Israel [] Honigstein, Avraham. Few studies on middle Cretaceous ostracodes have seen published hitherto from Egypt.

Among ostracode fauna recorded by Van den Bold () from Abu Rawash near Cairo, 8 species were described from the Cenomanian. Later, 12 species were identified by Colin and El Dakkak () as Cenomanian ones at Jebel Nezzazat, Sinai.

Sherif Farouk and Mahmoud Faris, Late Cretaceous calcareous nannofossil and planktonic foraminiferal bioevents of the shallow-marine carbonate platform in the Mitla Pass, west central Sinai, Egypt, Cretaceous Research, /s, 33, 1, (), ().A. Rosenfeld and M. Raap, “Lower Cretaceous ostracodes from Israel and Sinai,” Israel Journal of Earth Sciences, vol.

33, pp. 85–, View at: Google Scholar P. Luger, “Paleobiogeography of late early Cretaceous to early Paleocene marine ostracoda in Arabia and North to Equatorial Africa,” Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology, vol.no.pp.

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