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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2013b): The relationship between carbonate facies, volcanic rocks and plant remains in a Late Palaeozoic lacustrine system (San Ignacio Fm, Frontal Cordillera, San Juan province, Argentina).
Apart from his Palaeozoic and Quaternary studies, Orviku was the initiator of the protection of non-living nature far before other people started to think the rocks needed protection.
In addition, the Palaeozoic Gas Prospect offers significant upside which has been reflected by the level of interest received from major industry players who also recognise the potential.
The Ice Age occurred in the Ordovician and Silurian Periods of geological time (part of the Early Palaeozoic Era), an interval that witnessed a major diversification of early marine animals including trilobites and primitive fish as well as the emergence of the first land plants.
Indeed, in northern Africa the chronology of the Late Palaeozoic tectonics is not well established such as in the Moroccan Meseta and also in the Anti-Atlas where there is a lack of Late Carboniferous and Permian deposits (Burkhard et al.
There are large potentials in the Palaeozoic, where source rocks have been identified, and in stratigraphic traps.
Areas of prospectivity yet to be explored properly include the Palaeozoic and older Fms.
Details of the activities of IUGS/UNESCO International Geoscience Programme (IGCP) Project 591 The Early to Middle Palaeozoic Revolution--Bridging the Gap between the Great Ordovician Biodiversification Event and the Devonian Terrestrial Revolution may be found on the IGCP 591 website (www.
A prolific hydrocarbon province formed during a period of abundant coal-forming Palaeozoic forests, massive lakes and river systems.
This issue prompted a review of Palaeozoic representatives of the group, resulting into the definition of a clade of superordinal relevance, namely the Archaeorthoptera Bethoux and Nel, 2002.
Situated in the same geological basin as the onshore Tengiz, the reservoir is a 300 million-year-old Palaeozoic carbonate structure.