palynostratigraphy

palynostratigraphy

[¦pal·ə·nō·strə′tig·rə·fē]
(paleontology)
The stratigraphic application of palynologic methods.
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The Toarcian-Bathonian Shinawari Formation exposed in the Chichali Nala, Trans Indus ranges has been studied for sedimentology, palynostratigraphy, and sequence stratigraphic frame work.
Afropollis, a new genus of early angiosperm pollen, with notes on the Cretaceous palynostratigraphy and paleoenvironments of Northern Gondwana.
In this work, palynostratigraphy of the Djega outcrop was carried out for the first time as well as foraminifera biostratigraphy of the Tertiary section.
During the past few decades palaeopalynology has emerged as a significant inter disciplinary field and scientist all over the world has used it for oil and gas exploration [1, 2], to estimate the exact age of oil deposits [3], indicate oil source rocks [4, 5, 6], correlate data on regional bases [7], to establish palaeovegetation [8, 9, 10], determine the age of rocks [11], resolve systematic palynostratigraphy, palaeoclimatology and evolution [12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19] and many other fields of Geology and Biology.
Magnetic polarity stratigraphy and palynostratigraphy of the Mississippian-Pennsylvanian boundary interval in eastern North America and the age of the beginning of the Kiaman.
Gorecka-Nowak, A.: 1995, Palynostratigraphy of Westphalian deposits In the north-western part of the Intrasudetic Basin.