Llandoverian

Llandoverian

[¦lan·də¦vir·ē·ən]
(geology)
Lower Silurian geologic time.
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Mike Powell Old Llandoverian Liaison/CCF Army Section
Llandoverian thelodont scales from the Burnt Bluff Group of Wisconsin and Michigan.
Stromatoporoidei ordovika i llandoveri Estonii [Ordovician and Llandoverian Stromatoporoidea of Estonia].
The Fusselman Formation consists of two major lithostratigraphic units, a thin basal, Late Ordovician (Hirnantian) oolite that is overlain unconformably by a thicker Llandoverian (Silurian) complex of carbonates.
Croix belt is a highly deformed Cambrian-Ordovician (Tremadocian to Sandbian) sequence of shale, wacke, and quartzose sandstone; the Fredericton belt is a thick Silurian (Llandoverian to Ludlovian) sequence of wacke, shale, and calcareous sandstone (Ruitenberg 1967; Fyffe and Riva 2001; Castonguay et al.
The Old Llandoverian Society's annual dinner will be held on February 13 at the Parc Thistle Hotel, Park Place, Cardiff, at 7pm.
The new Legends Health and Fitness Club is being run by another old Llandoverian, Caradog Williams, who is also the school's sports centre manager.