Citation: Eclogae Geologicae Helvetiae 2004 97:1141
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New Early Cambrian eocrinoids from the Iberian Chains (NE Spain) and their role in nonreefal benthic communities
The Early Cambrian echinoderm-sponge meadows, which colonized shallow carbonate-siliciclastic platforms, have received relatively little study despite their widespread occurrence in several regions of Gondwana...
Citation: Eclogae Geologicae Helvetiae 2004 97:1140
Tectonic evolution of the Briançonnais units along a transect (ECORS-CROP) through the Italian-French Western Alps
Based on new structural data from an area in the Italian-French Western Alps, situated between the Petit Saint Bernard pass and the Gran Paradiso massif, the large-scale geometry of the tectonic features is es...
Citation: Eclogae Geologicae Helvetiae 2004 97:1139
From extension to transpression during the final exhumation of the Pelvoux and Argentera massifs, Western Alps
Like the other “external crystalline massifs” (ECM) of the Western Alps, the Pelvoux and Argentera massifs record a late and important uplift of the Prealpine basement in the immediate foreland of the internal...
Citation: Eclogae Geologicae Helvetiae 2004 97:1138
Decapod crustaceans from the Middle Jurassic Opalinus Clay of northern Switzerland, with comments on crustacean taphonomy
Four species of decapod crustaceans from the Middle Jurassic Opalinus Clay (Aalenian) of Northern Switzerland are described. Of these, Mecochirus cf. eckerti is the most common one, while Eryma cf. bedelta, Glyph...
Citation: Eclogae Geologicae Helvetiae 2004 97:1137
Arzonella exotica n. g. n. sp., a new brachiopod of indeterminate systematic position from the Lower Liassic (Broccatello) of Arzo (Southern Alps of Switzerland): A short note
A new brachiopod, Arzonella exotica n. g. n. sp., from the Liassic (Broccatello) of Arzo in the Southern Alps of Switzerland was described. By the associated rhynchonellid brachiopod Sulcirostra alpina the strati...
Citation: Eclogae Geologicae Helvetiae 2004 97:1136
This report of the Swiss Seismological Service summarizes the seismic activity in Switzerland and surrounding regions during 2003. During this period, 532 earthquakes and 118 quarry blasts were detected and lo...
Citation: Eclogae Geologicae Helvetiae 2004 97:1135
Faults linkage, damage rocks and hydrothermal fluid circulation: Tectonic interpretation of the Rapolano Terme travertines (southern Tuscany, Italy) in the context of Northern Apennines Neogene-Quaternary extension
The tectonic history of Neogene-Quaternary extensional structures has been documented in the inner part of the Northern Apennines (Rapolano Terme area) from Quaternary travertines and faults relationships. In ...
Citation: Eclogae Geologicae Helvetiae 2004 97:1134
Evolution of orbitolinid foraminifers and anoxic events: A comment on an article by J. Guex, Eclogae geol. Helv. 94 (2001) 321–328
With reference to a study by Hofker (1963) on the evolution of the Cretaceous large foraminifer Orbitolina, Guex (1992, 2001) took the view that repeated abrupt size decreases in the deuteroconch of the embryo du...
Citation: Eclogae Geologicae Helvetiae 2004 97:1132
The earthquake on December 9, 1755 is one of the major events in the Valais region, having an important influence on the seismic hazard assessment of the area. The re-evaluation of the event was undertaken in ...
Citation: Eclogae Geologicae Helvetiae 2004 97:1130
From N-S collision to WNW-directed post-collisional thrusting and folding: Structural study of the Frontal Penninic Units in Savoie (Western Alps, France)
The Frontal Penninic Units (FPU) south of Moûtiers (Savoie), are an important geometrical link between the internal and highly metamorphic Penninic units and the external fold-and thrust-belt of the Dauphinois...
Citation: Eclogae Geologicae Helvetiae 2004 97:1129
Evolution diagénétique dans la craie pélagique dolomitisée du crétacé supérieur du bassin de Paris (région de Provins, France)
Two deep scientific boreholes, named Poigny 701 and Sainte-Colombe 702, located in the Paris Basin near Provins (Seine-et-Marne, France), recovered a complete Upper Cretaceous chalk succession. A correlation b...
Citation: Eclogae Geologicae Helvetiae 2004 97:1126
Palaeozoic deformation and magmatism in the northern area of the Anatolide block (Konya), witness of the Palaeotethys active margin
The study area, located north of Konya (Central Turkey), is composed of Silurian to Cretaceous metamorphosed rocks. The lower unit of the oldest formation (Silurian-Early Permian) is mostly made up of Silurian...
Citation: Eclogae Geologicae Helvetiae 2004 97:1131
An overview of seismic activity in Central Switzerland is presented. As earthquake activity has been very low for the time period of modern instrumental observation, we focus on the largest known earthquakes i...
Citation: Eclogae Geologicae Helvetiae 2004 97:1128
A new Mississippian dasyclad alga (Chlorophyta) from SW Spain: Implications for the reproductive evolution of the dasyclads during the Late Palaeozoic
Analysis of the microflora from the Mississippian deposits of southwest Spain has revealed the presence of a new species: Palaepimastoporella espielensis new gen. new sp. It is assigned to the family Seletonellac...
Citation: Eclogae Geologicae Helvetiae 2004 97:1127
Isolated dental remains of pycnodont fishes are recorded from the upper Norian (Upper Triassic) of the Germanic basin for the first time. The only complete prearticular dentition differs significantly from tho...
Citation: Eclogae Geologicae Helvetiae 2004 97:1125
Dépliage 3-D des anticlinaux bordant le synclinal fermé de la vallée des Ponts, Jura central, Suisse
The Ponts valley syncline is a closed basin within the Neuchâtel Jura fold and thrust belt. This syncline, apparently uplifted to an altitude of around 1000m is closed in the SW by an anticline with an oblique...
Citation: Eclogae Geologicae Helvetiae 2004 97:1124
The location of the September 3, 1295 earthquake has so far been assumed to be in the Central Alps. It was assessed at an intensity VIII in the catalogue MECOS 99 in MSK. This event was recently analyzed withi...
Citation: Eclogae Geologicae Helvetiae 2004 97:1123
Sedimentological and palynological data from a high alpine karst cave in Switzerland are presented. The non-layered, unsorted sediments seem to be mainly morainic, brought into the cave on Jungfraujoch by ice ...
Citation: Eclogae Geologicae Helvetiae 2004 97:1122
In the Leventina valley of southern Switzerland a mylonite zone marks the boundary between Leventina and Simano nappe. Quartz textures and deformation microstructures are used to obtain information about the d...
Citation: Eclogae Geologicae Helvetiae 2004 97:1121
Karsts polyphasés, faciès marins et continentaux dans le Paléocène de la partie orientale des Pyrénées françaises
In the Eastern part of French Pyrenees, the Cucugnan area (Southern Corbières) corresponded during the early/Mid-Paleocene (Danian/Selandian) to a narrow transitional zone between the sea to the South (“Pyrene...
Citation: Eclogae Geologicae Helvetiae 2004 97:1120
Luminescence dating and sedimentological observations at the Thalgut site, Aare Valley, Switzerland, imply deposition of glaciofluvial sediments and consequently a glacier advance during the earliest Late Plei...
Citation: Eclogae Geologicae Helvetiae 2004 97:1119
This paper aims to describe the possible SE extension of the Zanskar Shear Zone and its relation with other extensional and compressional structures. New structural and metamorphic data were collected in the B...
Citation: Eclogae Geologicae Helvetiae 2004 97:1116
Two isolated upper molars and a mandible with an almost complete dentition represent the first primates from the Middle Eocene Eckfeld maar (SW Eifel, Germany). They are described and determined as the cercamo...
Citation: Eclogae Geologicae Helvetiae 2004 97:1115
The Triassic of Monte San Giorgio in the World Heritage List of UNESCO: An opportunity for science, the local people and tourism
Citation: Eclogae Geologicae Helvetiae 2004 97:1118
Citation: Eclogae Geologicae Helvetiae 2004 97:1117
Brittle faults and kinematic indicators have been measured systematically below and above the major late alpine extensional Simplon fault in the vicinity of Simplonpass. Paleo-stress inversion has been conduct...
Citation: Eclogae Geologicae Helvetiae 2004 97:1114
The new tectonic map of the Alps is based on the combination of purely structural data with criteria regarding paleogeographical affiliation and/or tectono-metamorphic evolution. The orogenic evolution of the ...
Citation: Eclogae Geologicae Helvetiae 2004 97:1113
Plio-Pleistocene folding in the southern Rhinegraben recorded by the evolution of the drainage network (Sundgau area; northwestern Switzerland and France)
The southern Rhinegraben represents a key area to unravel the Neogene paleohydrographic history of the northern Alpine foreland. At least, three successive main drainage systems are documented by the youngest ...
Citation: Eclogae Geologicae Helvetiae 2004 97:1112
Oligocene trace fossils from temporary fluvial plain ponds: An example from the Freshwater Molasse of Switzerland
Numerous invertebrate trace fossils and small rare vertebrate tracks are reported and described from the Upper Oligocene deposits of the Lower Fresh-water Molasse in eastern Switzerland. They are commonly acco...
Citation: Eclogae Geologicae Helvetiae 2004 97:1111
In order to understand the forcing and the feedback mechanisms working within the climate system knowledge of the timing of cold events across the globe is necessary. This information is especially crucial for...
Citation: Eclogae Geologicae Helvetiae 2004 97:1110
A reconstruction of the last glacial maximum (LGM) ice-surface geometry in the western Swiss Alps and contiguous Alpine regions in Italy and France
A reconstruction of the last glacial maximum (LGM) ice-surface geometry in the western Swiss Alps and contiguous Alpine regions in Italy and France is based on detailed field mapping of glacial trimlines, ice-...
Citation: Eclogae Geologicae Helvetiae 2004 97:1109
The Lombardian Gonfolite Group in central Brianza (Como and Milano Provinces, Italy): Calcareous nannofossil biostratigraphy and sedimentary record of neo-alpine tectonics
The sedimentary succession cropping out in central Brianza, in an area embracing the territories of Besana Brianza, Briosco (Milan Province), Arosio and Inverigo (Como Province), is properly ascribed to the Lo...
Citation: Eclogae Geologicae Helvetiae 2004 97:1108
Located in the southern part of the Western Alps, the Argentera massif belongs to the paleo-European basement of the external domain. It experienced a polyphased deformation history, Hercynian and Alpine. The ...
Citation: Eclogae Geologicae Helvetiae 2004 97:1107
Albian high-resolution biostratigraphy and isotope stratigraphy: The Coppa della Nuvola pelagic succession of the Gargano Promontory (Southern Italy)
High-resolution δ13C and δ18O curves, calibrated against planktonic foraminiferal and calcareous nannofossil biostratigraphy, are provided for the upper Aptian–lower Cenomanian pelagic succession of the Gargano P...
Citation: Eclogae Geologicae Helvetiae 2004 97:1106
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