Palaeozoic

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Palaeozoic

of, denoting, or relating to an era of geological time that began 600 million years ago with the Cambrian period and lasted about 375 million years until the end of the Permian period
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From Figure 2 and Table 2 it can be seen that the paleo-reservoirs and bituminous shows appear mainly in the Ediacaran system of the Neoproterozoic and Lower Paleozoic, constituting respectively 37.
It is a N-S to NNE trending reverse fault, placing the Carboniferous to Permian black shales on top of the Permo-Triassic volcanic rocks in its northern segment, and a Triassic intrusive over the Lower Paleozoic metamorphic rocks in the south (Fig.
Lower Paleozoic Continuity of the East Gondwanan Margin and Implications for Interpretation of Tectonostratigraphic Zones of the Himalaya.
The paper by Cocks and Fortey provide a review and a partial re-interpretation of Avalonia during the Lower Paleozoic, with emphasis on the distribution of marine faunas, and the relationships of those faunas to adjacent terranes.
5-km-diameter structure includes deformed Precambrian basement and lower Paleozoic strata.
The extensive Orlice-Snieznik Complex is built by orthogneisses, metagranites and migmatites with mica schists, paragneisses and phyllonites of the Stronie Group of the Lower Paleozoic and Upper Proterozoic age.
Fields there are associated with a salt basin, with the oil mostly reservoired in Lower Paleozoic clastic deposits.
The oil is heavy, mostly reservoired in Lower Paleozoic Fms.
Contract notice: Execution of a vertical hole pelnordzeniowanego research bibiela pgi-1 with studies of well logs to investigate unresolved profiles lower paleozoic in the north-eastern part of the upper silesian block, in the municipality wozniki, district lubliniecki, silesia.
In contrast, studies on the interior of Baltica were rather few, probably because it appeared obvious that the subunconformity Precambrian basement rocks, currently exposed in central Baltica, are the main source for the thick succession of Lower Paleozoic siliciclastic sedimentary rocks.