Middle Triassic


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Middle Triassic

[′mid·əl trī′as·ik]
(geology)
The geologic epoch occurring between the Upper and Lower Triassic, beginning approximately 215,000,000 years ago.
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According to the firm, the primary exploration target for 34/8-16 S was in order to prove gas and/or gas condensate in the Middle Triassic (the Lomvi formation).
Previously reported lonchorhynchine trematosaurids all date from the Early and early Middle Triassic, but two clades of Trematosauridae are now known to range into the Late Triassic (Schoch and Milner 2000; Sues and Schoch 2013).
Large, robust Cruziana from the Middle Triassic of Northeastern British Columbia: ethologic, biostratigraphic, and paleobiologic significance.
Baguel produces from Middle Triassic Kirchaou sands at a depth of 2,460 m.
The researchers looked at the global distribution of predatory marine vertebrates and their body size in the Early and Middle Triassic and came to surprising conclusions.
In a previous study from 2004, Hochuli and Feist-Burkhardt documented different, but clearly related flowering-plant-like pollen from the Middle Triassic in cores from the Barents Sea, south of Spitsbergen.
It lived during the Middle Triassic period, about 10 million to 15 million years earlier than the oldest confirmed dinosaurs.
In Beijing, a paleontologist named Guang-Hui Xu at the Institute of Vertebrate Paleontology and Paleoanthropology claimed that the "discovery of Potanichthys significantly adds to our knowledge of the ecological complexity in the Middle Triassic of the Paleotethys Ocean.
In 2006 BMB Munai's subsidiary deepened Kariman-1 well to 3,361 meters, penetrating upper Triassic formation and 7 meters of the middle Triassic formation.
The well is vertical and prognosed to intersect secondary Jurassic reservoirs and primary middle Triassic reservoirs before drilling to a planned total depth of approximately 3200mTVD (true vertical depth).
Type genus: Chauliodites Heer, 1864 with 11 species from the Severodvinian--Olenekian of Russia, Induan of Mongolia, Olenekian of Germany, Anisian of France and Middle Triassic of China (Aristov, 2003, 2004b, 2008).
The well encountered gas saturated reservoirs in the Dolni Dabnik member of the Middle Triassic Doirentsi formation.