palynofacies


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palynofacies

[‚pal·ə·nō′fā·shēz]
(paleontology)
An assemblage of palynomorphs in a portion of a sediment, representing local environmental conditions, but not representing the regional palynoflora.
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Palynofacies around the Frasnian/Famennian boundary in the Holy Cross Mountains, southern Poland.
This was also a time of significant sea-level change as indicated by palynofacies and the lithology.
2012): High-resolution stratigraphy, Palynofacies and source-rock potential of the Agua de Madeiros Formation (Lower Jurassic), Lusitanian Basin, Portugal.
Coastal ecosystem responses to late stage Deccan Trap volcanism: The post K--T boundary (Danian) palynofacies of Mumbai (Bombay), West India.
Palynofacies as useful tool to study origins and transfers of particulate organic matter in recent terrestrial environments: synopsis and prospects.
Paleocene-Eocene palynology and palynofacies from northeastern Colombia and western Venezuela, Ph.
Lithofacies stacking patterns, palynofacies trends, and electrical log trends demonstrate the presence of one major regressive-transgressive cycle from the level of the "O-Marker" (Lower Hauterivian), reaching its regressive acme (sequence boundary) in the lower part of the Upper Missisauga Formation (Barremian).
Palynofacies, which refers to the distribution of palynodebris in sedimentary rocks, provided added information about thermal maturation.
This work documents palynofacies analysis, biostratigraphy, paleoclimate and thermal maturity of the early-middle Jurrasic Datta Formation.