Monday, March 26, 2007

Triassic Paleoenvironment, Paleogeography and Shell Beds

A list of some references for the anasibirites beds


Roger L. Batten and Wm. Lee Stokes, 1986, Early Triassic gastropods from the Sinbad member of the Moenkopi Formation,San Rafael Swell, Utah. American Museum Novitates no.2864, .33 p.

Ron Blakeys web site.

DIANA L. BOYER, DAVID J. BOTTJER and MARY L. DROSER, 2004, Ecological Signature of Lower Triassic Shell Beds of the Western United States, PALAIOS, v. 19; no. 4; p. 372-380

Carr, T. R. and Paull, R. K., 1983, Early Triassic stratigraphy and paleogeography of the Cordilleran Miogeocline, in Reynolds and Dolly, eds., Mesozoic paleogeography of the west-central United States: Denver, Rocky Mountain Section of the Society of Economic Paleontologists and Mineralogists, Rocky Mountain Paleogeography Symposium 2, p. 39-55

Margaret L. Fraiser, Richard J. Twitchett, David J. Bottjer, 2005, aUnique microgastropod biofacies in the Early Triassic: Indicator of long-term biotic stress and the pattern of biotic
recovery after the end-Permian mass extinction, C. R. Palevol 4, 475–484

LUCAS, Spencer G., MILNER, Andrew R.C., and VICE, Garrett S., 2004, (abstract) EARLY TRIASSIC (SMITHIAN) PALEOGEOGRAPHY AND AMMONITES IN SOUTHWESTERN UTAH

N├╝tzel, A. 2005. A new Early Triassic gastropod genus and the recovery of gastropods from the Permian/Triassic extinc−
tion. Acta Palaeontologica Polonica 50 (1): 19–24.


Woods A. D. and Bottjer, D. J., 2000, Distribution of Ammonoids in the Lower Triassic Union Wash Formation (Eastern California): Evidence for Paleoceanographic Conditions During Recovery from the End-Permian Mass Extinction: PALAIOS, V 15, p.535-545

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