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ABSTRACT Microbially mediated calcification can be traced back for at least 2.6 billion years. Although morphological comparison of fossil and recent microbial carbonates suggests that mineralization processes associated with cyanobacteria and their interactions with heterotrophic bacteria have...
ABSTRACT The homoctenids (Tentaculitoidea) are small, conical‐shelled marine animals that are among the most abundant and widespread of all Late Devonian fossils. They were a principal casualty of the Frasnian–Famennian (F‐F, Late Devonian) mass extinction, and thus provide an insight into the...
ABSTRACT A record of the Early Jurassic mass extinction event is reported from eastern Tethyan (Tibetan) locations for the first time. In the Mount Everest region a thick Lower Jurassic carbonate formation, here named the Yungjia Formation, is developed within the predominantly clastic...
ABSTRACT We present new data of oxygen isotopes in marine sulfate (δ18OSO4) in pore fluid profiles through organic‐rich deep‐sea sediments from 11 ODP sites around the world. In almost all sites studied sulfate is depleted with depth, through both organic matter oxidation and anaerobic methane...
ABSTRACT We investigated the diversity and distribution of archaeal and bacterial 16S rRNA gene sequences in deep aquifers of mid‐ to late Miocene hard shale located in the northernmost region of the Japanese archipelago. A major fault in the north‐west–south‐east (NW–SE) direction runs across...
ABSTRACT Assessing patterns of abundance and distribution of Amazonian species is still an overwhelming task that requires integration of multiple disciplines. This work is based on background information gathered from previous reconstructions of the geological history of the lower Amazon...
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