Early Triassic (Induan-Olenekian) conodont biostratigraphy, global anoxia, carbon isotope excursions and environmental perturbations: New data from Western Australian Gondwana
The Early Triassic Induan-Olenekian Stage boundary (Dienerian-Smithian sub-stage boundary) has been identified at a depth of 2719.25m in the petroleum exploration well Senecio-1 located in the northern Perth Basin, Western Australia. Conodont faunas represent three conodont zones in ascending order, the Neospathodus dieneri Zone, the Neospathodus waageni eowaageni Zone and the Neospathodus waageni waageni Zone. The Induan-Olenekian (Dienerian-Smithian) boundary is placed at the base of the...[Show more]
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